How to Be a Permanent Resident in New Zealand
Feb 27, 2010
Filipinos who want to work and live in New Zealand should be aware that there are several pathways they can take to achieve their aim. The best options available for you would depend on your qualifications, status, work experience, skills and capital.
How to Apply Via the Skilled Migrant Category
One also get an extra points if the work experience is inNew Zealand and another bonus points if the work experience belongs to what is considered a future growth area, identified cluster or area of absolute skills shortage or to the long term skill shortage list.
If your EOI is selected, you will be invited to apply for residence so you need to submit necessary documents such as passports, qualifications and relevant certificates to the Immigration Service.