NZ immigration and migration laws require that all applicants must obtain an employment statement of NZ before they are permitted to apply for permanent residence. In general, the statement is designed to protect the interests of employers and employees by ensuring that a candidate is able to fulfill the requirements of their current occupation, whether full time or part time.
The employment statement of NZ can be obtained from the NZ immigration authorities. It will contain details about the applicant's current job, their qualifications, special skills, and experiences, if any. It also states whether the applicant was employed in New Zealand last year.
If you're applying for immigration, you'll need to supply copies of your statements, which can be done with a few simple steps. These are outlined below:
* Write down your job and work history as clearly and accurately as possible. You may not have to provide it in written form, but it is best to do so when applying online. This will ensure you are able to provide details of any new jobs you've taken and any previous employment. If you don't remember details, make sure you are able to provide the correct information to the NZ immigration authorities.
* Get in touch with an employer you've worked for in the past _ a previous employer, or a person you know personally who has worked for an employer in the past, will be more likely to give you correct details. If they have any questions about the work history you provide, they should be able to provide the information. Be careful not to leave out details if you're applying for immigration to New Zealand.
* Check your work history and qualifications. If there are any gaps in employment that could be related to your new purpose for coming to New Zealand, you should contact your employer to find out what those gaps were.
* Ask for a statement of how your employment has been affected by your changes of location. If you are moving from one city to another, the employer may not have sent you any notice. If this is the case, you may be entitled to a notice from the employer. You should also ask for a notice from your former employer if you are changing jobs from one country to another.
* Get a second opinion from an employer you know in the UK, such as a business colleague or friend. If you cannot get the employer to provide you with the required information on your application, or in some circumstances you can prove you know an employer who has provided the necessary information, you can use their information to fill in the statement of NZ.
* Check to make sure you have all the relevant documents when filling in the Statement of NZ. If you do not have enough information, the NZ immigration authorities may refuse your application and return your application form to you with questions. There are different documents required for each type of visa; these include your passport, your birth certificate, and your relevant visa documents.
* Ensure that you send all the documents needed to complete the application correctly. If you make mistakes, the NZ immigration authorities will not consider your application.
* Check to make sure you are applying online, even if you are filling in the form online. The NZ immigration authorities may reject your application if they think your details are outdated, or if they think you have not gone through the process correctly.
* If your work history is incomplete or inaccurate, it is easy to get your application declined and return it back to you with the NZ immigration authorities' questions. Make sure your information is correct before you start filling in the forms.