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NZ Residence Jackpot for selected occupations

If you are employed in one of the following occupations, you are in luck. Despite being a skill level 4 or 5 role in the current ANZSCO version (version 1.2), your role will now be considered a Skilled Role and any work experience you have gained in such an occupation will also let you claim points for skilled work experience.

Here is the full list:

  • 421111 Child Care Worker
  • 421112 Family Day Care Worker
  • 421114 Out of School Hours Care Worker
  • 422116 Teachers’ Aide
  • 423411 Child or Youth Residential Care Assistant
  • 423413 Refuge Worker
  • 451111 Beauty Therapist
  • 451412 Tour Guide
  • 451612 Travel Consultant
  • 451811 Civil Celebrant
  • 452211 Bungy Jump Master
  • 452212 Fishing Guide
  • 452213 Hunting Guide
  • 452214 Mountain or Glacier Guide
  • 452215 Outdoor Adventure Instructor
  • 452216 Trekking Guide
  • 452217 Whitewater Rafting Guide
  • 452299 Outdoor Adventure Guides nec
  • 551211 Bookkeeper
  • 552111 Bank Worker
  • 552211 Credit or Loans Officer
  • 711211 Industrial Spraypainter
  • 711311 Paper Products Machine Operator
  • 711313 Sawmilling Operator
  • 711611 Sewing Machinist
  • 711711 Footwear Production Machine Operator
  • 711712 Hide and Skin Processing Machine Operator
  • 711713 Knitting Machine Operator
  • 711714 Textile Dyeing and Finishing Machine Operator
  • 711715 Weaving Machine Operator
  • 711716 Yarn Carding and Spinning Machine Operator
  • 711799 Textile and Footwear Production Machine Operators nec
  • 712111 Crane, Hoist or Lift Operator
  • 712916 Paper and Pulp Mill Operator
  • 712921 Waste Water or Water Plant Operator
  • 721112 Logging Plant Operator
  • 721913 Paving Plant Operator
  • 731311 Train Driver
  • 821711 Construction Rigger
  • 423313 Personal Care Assistant
  • 452311 Diving Instructor (Open Water)
  • 591212 Import-Export Clerk
  • 599611 Insurance Investigator
  • 599612 Insurance Loss Adjuster

Special recognition of these occupations as Skilled Occupations:

Immigration New Zealand has made a special change in the operational manual in alignment with the changes being made in the ANZSCO. This means, until the new Version 1.3 is released of ANZSCO, Immigration New Zealand Immigration will recognises these occupations as skilled occupations as an exception.

1. Salary condition remains the same at $25 per hour:

In order for you to benefit from this change, you will need to be paid a minimum salary of $25 per hour.

2. No need of Skills Match Report for Essential Skills work visa:

If you are employed in one of the above mentioned occupations, your employer doesn’t need to provide a skills match report from work & income to be able to support your visa application. They will still need to ensure that there are no suitable NZers available to take up the role.

3. Act now and apply for your new medium skilled visa and submit your EOI:

If you are employed in one of these occupations and meet the minimum salary threshold of $25 per hour, you are now eligible to apply for a work visa under essential skills  for a visa of upto 3 years duration under medium skilled category. If you otherwise meet 160 points threshold, English language, medical and character requirements, then you should act now and submit your EOI.

If you need any help, Carmento team is here to assist you.

Kind regards,

Malkiat Singh
Licensed Immigration Adviser
IAA: 201400142


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