Hi there,My name is XXXXX XXXXX X am currently in Hanmer Springs. I needed to get some advice regarding my permanent residency and since i have applied for it twice before with a reception and reception supervisor titles and got rejected I thought I should check before i except a job that i got offered. I want to apply for the short-skilled one and my new title is front office manager at the spa at hanmer springs. Could you please help.Kind regards,Nafiza
I have applied for my PR twice before and got rejected both times as my job title was not good enough and didn't fall under short skilled employment therefore before i except this job i would like to know if this will help me and weather i have a chance...
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I think your best way forward is to get an Immigration Consultant to help because this new job is also not on the skills list.
Sometimes the best way is to work with a consultant and work with them to prepare the application. You need to frame the job description to meet the skill categories-do want the link for this list so you can check?
will i be able to get the list please?
sorry i meant the link.
And this link for the categories of skill shortages http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant/stream/work/worktoresidence/caniworkinnz/ltssloccupationrequirements.htm
Have a look and then return if you have questions
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