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GOLDEN SUMMIT IMMIGRATION CONSULTANCY - ILOILO
2nd Floor of ATM Business Center, corner Ledesma and Jalandoni Sts., Iloilo
(033)337-6867 / (033)508-7656 (Look for Anton Agapin)
Call or text 09183599419(SMART)/09154745745(GLOBE)/09222944786(SUN)
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AntonAgapin@GoldenSummit-Iloilo.com

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  • 1. Orientation Seminar on New Zealand Registration for Filipino Nurses
  • 2. Antonio D. Agapin, Jr. Immigration Facilitator Golden Summit Immigration Consultancy Second Floor of ATM Business Center Corner Ledesma-Jalandoni Sts., Iloilo City (Above Philippine National Bank – De Leon Branch) Tel. Nos. (033) 337-6867 PLDT (033) 508-7656 Globe Mobile Nos. +639183599419 +639154745745 +639222944786 Office Hours: Monday - Saturday (9am-12noon; 1pm-6pm)
  • 3. Benefits of this Seminar
    • You will FIND OUT the benefits of a Registered Nurse
    • & Permanent Resident of New Zealand
    • You will FIND OUT how to become a Permanent Resident
    • of New Zealand in less than a year from entry
    • You will FIND OUT why being a Registered Nurse &
    • Permanent Resident of NZ could be your stepping stone
    • to work & migrate to other big countries like Australia,
    • UK, USA & Canada
    • You will FIND OUT the options of nurses who are not
    • able to achieve the English language level requirement
    • of the Nursing Council of New Zealand
    • You will FIND OUT the option for underboard nurses
  • 4.
    • What Do You Know About New Zealand?
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8.
    • How About…
  • 9. Rugby
  • 10. Cricket
  • 11. Soccer
  • 12. Netball
  • 13. Bungee Jumping
  • 14. Bungee Jumping
  • 15. Bungee Jumping
  • 16. Bungee Jumping
  • 17. Skydiving
  • 18. Shotover Jet Boating
  • 19. Skiing
  • 20. Snowboarding
  • 21. White Water Rafting
  • 22. Kayaking
  • 23. Paragliding
  • 24. Surfing
  • 25. Biking
  • 26. Yachting
  • 27.
    • New Zealand is known for its spectacular landscapes
    • and balanced lifestyle
    • of its people
  • 28. Facts About New Zealand
    • Population: 4.3 million
    • Land Area: 268,680 square km.
    • Official Language: English and Maori
    • Ethnic Make up: 67.6% European
    • 14.6% Maori
    • 9.2% Asian
    • 6.9% Pacific Islanders
    • Capital: Wellington
    • Largest City: Auckland City
  • 29.
    • Major Destinations:
    • Auckland, Wellington, Whangarei, Christchurch, Hamilton, Rotorua, Tauranga, Napier, Hastings, Palmerston North, New Plymouth, Dunedin, Queenstown, Nelson
    • Currency: New Zealand Dollar
    • Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II
    • Head of Government:
    • Prime Minister
  • 30. Location of New Zealand
  • 31.  
  • 32. Prime Minister of New Zealand John Philip Key
  • 33. Rotorua
  • 34.  
  • 35.  
  • 36. Taupo
  • 37. Tauranga
  • 38. Napier
  • 39.  
  • 40. Hastings
  • 41. Palmerston North
  • 42. Queenstown
  • 43.  
  • 44. Hamilton
  • 45. Wellington
  • 46. Auckland
  • 47.  
  • 48.  
  • 49.  
  • 50. 2010 Global Peace Index www.visionofhumanity.org
    • New Zealand is the Most Peaceful Country in the World
  • 51. Transparency International 2009 Corruption Perceptions Index
    • New Zealand is the Least Corrupt Country in the World
  • 52. Why Choose New Zealand?
    • New Zealand has a worldwide reputation as one of the “best countries” to live in
    • Multi-cultural
    • Open to immigrants
    • Lower cost yet higher standard of living
    • Low crime rate and unemployment rate
  • 53.
    • Renowned social benefits
    • Family reunification system
    • Professional potential of immigrants well recognized and rewarded
    • Finest public healthcare programmes
    • Higher education standards
    • (British based system)
    Why Choose New Zealand?
  • 54. Why New Zealand Needs Immigrants?
    • New Zealand believes that immigration is the foundation to economic growth
    • Falling birth rate and aging population
    • Continued incidence of
    • New Zealanders migrating
    • to the UK and Australia
  • 55.
    • High demand for skilled professionals to support further economic growth and development
    • … therefore, New Zealand needs YOU!
    Why New Zealand Needs Immigrants?
  • 56. Metro Manila Cavite Iloilo City Cebu City (Main) Davao City
  • 57. Iloilo Branch Office
    • Handles and manages application
    • of clients from Western Visayas
    • Second Floor, ATM Business Center, Corner Jalandoni & Ledesma Streets, Iloilo City
    • One ride from & to Ferry Terminal
    • to Bacolod & from and to PRC Iloilo
  • 58. Our Services
    • Visitor Visa Application
    • Study-Work-Residency
    • Application
    • Skilled Migrant Category Application
  • 59.
    • Registration for Teachers
    • Family Sponsorship Visa
    • Application
    • Registration for Nurses
    • English for Nursing Registration
    Our Services
  • 60.
    • We are NOT a Recruitment Agency
  • 61.
    • Has sent
      • 2 teachers through the 12 weeks IETNZ
      • more than 700 nurses to complete the Competence Assessment Programme
      • more than 450 nurses for the ACE Programme and ENR
      • more than 20 families through the Skilled Migrant Category
      • more than 10 International Students
      • more than 200 families through
      • family reunification system
    GSIC’s Achievements
  • 62. Our Role
    • Provide you with updated and straightforward information that
    • will aid your decision
    • Discuss requirements, procedure, funding and documentations
    • Represent and link you to
    • institutions in New Zealand
  • 63.
    • Represent you in visa application
    • with INZ-Manila
    • Provide orientation seminar for
    • your entry to New Zealand
    • Represent your family’s visa
    • application with INZ-Manila
    Our Role
  • 64. Why Choose Golden Summit Immigration Consultancy?
    • Knowledge of the procedures
    • Strong working relationship with Nursing Council of New Zealand and New Zealand Immigration Service
    • Link with one of the biggest healthcare providers in New Zealand
  • 65.
    • Agreement with nursing schools and polytechnics in New Zealand
    • Support every step of the way
    Why Choose Golden Summit Immigration Consultancy?
  • 66.
    • Represented by a Fully Licensed Adviser with the Immigration Advisers Authority of New Zealand
    • Joel Miranda Angon
    • GSIC’s Immigration Consultant
    • IAA License No. 201000080
    • www.iaa.govt.nz
    Why Choose Golden Summit Immigration Consultancy?
  • 67. Programs for Underboard Nurses
    • Study-Work-Residency thru 1 year specialized Graduate Diplomas in
    • - Infection Prevention and Control
    • - Theory in Addiction
    • - Health Psychology
    • Study-Work-Residency thru 2 - 3 years Bachelor of Nursing
  • 68. Programs for Registered Nurses
    • Registration-Work-Residency thru CAP
    • (6 – 8 weeks)
    • Registration-Work-Residency thru ENR
    • (6 months)
    • Study-Work-Residency thru 1 year specialized Graduate Diplomas in
    • - Infection Prevention and Control
    • - Theory in Addiction
    • - Health Psychology
  • 69.
    • Study-Work-Residency thru 2 - 3 years Bachelor in Nursing degree
    Programs for Registered Nurses
  • 70. General Requirements for Underboard Nurses
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree
    • (second coursers may also apply)
    • Medically fit
    • IELTS – 6.0 Overall Band Score and no below 5.5 in each area
    • Financially capable
  • 71. General Requirements for Registered Nurses
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree
    • (second coursers may also apply)
    • Registration with PRC
    • At least 1 year of continuing relevant clinical experience
    • Medically fit
    • English Language Test (IELTS/OET)
  • 72. IELTS/OET Scores Requirement
    • At least 7.0 in IELTS or B in OET in all modules
    • Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking
    • Can be achieved in more than 1 sitting but must be within 12 months from first sitting
  • 73.
    • Listening 5.5, Reading 6.0,
        • Writing 7 , Speaking 7 , Overall = 6.0
        • Listening 7 , Reading 6.5,
        • Writing 6, Speaking 6.5, Overall = 6.5
        • Listening 6, Reading 7 ,
        • Writing 6.5, Speaking 6, Overall = 6.0
    Example of IELTS
  • 74. Question???
    • I took IELTS 4 times already, quite unfortunately, I was not able to achieve 7 in all areas. Honestly, I’m tired already of taking IELTS. What are my other options for New Zealand?
  • 75. Immigration Procedure Philippines
    • Step 1 – Initial Assessment
    • Step 2 – Agreement Signing
    • Step 3 – Endorsement to Nursing
    • Council of New Zealand (NCNZ)
    • for assessment
    • *About 3 to 6 months to get the
    • decision from the Nursing Council
  • 76.
    • - Complete Nursing Application Pack
    • - Full BSN Syllabus/Course Description
    • - Authenticated Documents
    • - Updated Resume and
    • Employment Certificate/s
    • - IELTS or OET test result/s
    • - NCNZ Registration Fee
    Requirements for Nursing Council Registration
  • 77.
    • Alma Joy Pestaňo-Azarcon – Filamer Christian University, batch 2008. She’s a second courser.
    • Renetth Joy Siray – West Negros University, batch 2006. Finished BSN in 2 years (second courser)
    • Riza Joy Barrientos – St. Paul University Iloilo, batch 2008
    • Francess Dane Cobrado – West Visayas State University, batch 2007
    Congratulations!
  • 78.
    • Frances Greg Bordon – West Visayas State University, batch 2005
    • Prency Ernestine Pascual – University of St. La Salle, batch 2008
    • W.C.S.D. – Riverside College (second courser)
    • J.V.D.P. – Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod
    • R.A. – Central Philippine Adventist College
    Congratulations!
  • 79. Immigration Procedure Philippines
    • Step 4 – Enrollment for the Competence Assessment Programme
    • Step 5 – CAP Acceptance
    • Step 6 – Filing of Visa
    • * About 30 days to get decision from NZIS
  • 80.
    • - Nursing Council Decision Letter
    • - CAP Acceptance
    • - Full Medical Exam
    • - Embassy Fee
    • - Show Money
    Requirements for Filing of Visa
  • 81.
    • Step 7 - Issuance of Visa and PreDeparture Orientation Seminar (PDOS)
    Immigration Procedure Philippines
  • 82.
    • Undergo 6-8 weeks Competence Assessment Programme (CAP)
    • - Combined lecture and clinical practicum
    • - No board exam
    • Issuance of Practising Certificate
    • Apply for Work Visa
    • Assume work as Registered Nurse
    Immigration Procedure New Zealand
  • 83.
    • Sponsor family members
    • - Spouse can work full-time
    • - Education of children is FREE
    • Apply for Permanent Residency
    • You can become a permanent resident in less than a year from entry
    Immigration Procedure New Zealand
  • 84. Nursing Council Registration (Step 1, 2, 3) Enroll for CAP CAP Acceptance Filing of Visa Entry in New Zealand Complete the CAP Issuance of Practising Certificate Apply for Job Apply for Work Visa Apply for Permanent Residency Sponsor Family Members and Work as Registered Nurse Approval from the Nursing Council Become a Permanent Resident
  • 85.
    • Employment Options
    • after the CAP
    • in New Zealand
  • 86. Sponsored by Ultimate Care Group
    • Work and tied up with Ultimate Care Group for 2 years
  • 87. Freelance
    • May apply on your own
    • Could be endorsed by school to their link employers and tie-up facilities
    • Could be hired by the facility where you underwent your CAP practicum
    • Could be endorsed by Golden Summit to their links and tie-up facilities in NZ
    • Could be endorsed by Golden Summit to Ultimate Care Group
  • 88. Question???
    • I took IELTS 4 times already, quite unfortunately, I was not able to achieve 7 in all areas. Honestly, I’m tired already of taking IELTS. What are my other options for New Zealand?
  • 89. Occupational English Test (OET)
    • B in all areas
    • Available now in Manila
    • Test materials are relevant to nursing profession
    • Test fee is by sub-test or by module
    • You can take one sub-test/module
    • Ten test dates in a year
    • www.OccupationalEnglishTest.org
  • 90. English for Nursing Registration (ENR)
    • Overall Band Score of 6.0 and no less than 5.5
    • Around 60 days of processing
    • Study English in New Zealand
    • You can work up to 20 hours per week as caregiver while studying English
    • Take and pass IELTS or OET
    • Register with the Nursing Council of NZ
    • Complete the Competence Assessment Programme
    • Work as a Registered Nurse
    • Become a Permanent Resident
  • 91. Study-Work-Residency
    • 1 year specialized Graduate Diplomas in:
    • - Infection Prevention and Control
    • - Theory in Addiction
    • - Health Psychology
    • 2 - 3 years Bachelor of Nursing
  • 92. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the rate per hour is NZ$21:
    • 8 hours x NZ$ 21 = $168/day
    • 168 x 5 days = $840/week
    • 840 x 4 = NZ$3,360
    • 3,360 x 33 = Php110,880 (Gross)
    • 3,360 – 672 (20% tax) = 2,688
    • 2,688 x 33 = Php88,704 (Net)
  • 93. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the rate per hour is NZ$21:
    • 3,360 – 672 (20% tax) = NZ$2,688
    • 2,688 – 1,000 (living costs)
    • = NZ$1,688 x 33 = P55,704/mo.
    • *Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 94. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the rate per hour is NZ$24:
    • 8 hours x NZ$ 24 = $192/day
    • 192 x 5 days = $960/week
    • 960 x 4 = NZ$3,840
    • 3,840 x 33 = Php126,720 (Gross)
    • 3,840 – 844.80 (22% tax) = 2,995.20
    • 2,995.20 x 33 = Php98,841.60 (Net)
  • 95. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the rate per hour is NZ$24:
    • 3,840 – 844.80 (22% tax) = 2,995.20
    • NZ$2,995.20 – 1,000 (living costs)
    • = 1,995.20 x 33 = P65,841.60/mo.
    • *Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 96. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the rate per hour is NZ$27:
    • 8 hours x NZ$ 27 = $216/day
    • 216 x 5 days = $1,080/week
    • 1,080 x 4 = NZ$4,320
    • 4,320 x 33 = Php142,560 (Gross)
    • 4,320 – 1,036.80 (24% tax) = 3,283.20
    • 3,283.20 x 33 = Php108,345.60 (Net)
  • 97. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the rate per hour is NZ$27:
    • 4,320 – 1,036.80 (24% tax) = 3,283.20
    • 3,283.20 – 1,000 (living costs)
    • = 2,283.20 x 33 = P75,345.60/mo.
    • * Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 98. Sample Salary Computation
    • Assuming the regular rate per hour
    • is NZ$ 27 plus Penal Rates:
    • Weekdays on a night shift:
    • 8 hours x $33.75 (27 + 6.75) = $270/day
    • 270 x 4 days = $1,080
    • Weekends (2 days):
    • 16 hours x $40.50 (27 + 13.50) = $648
  • 99.
    • 1,080 + 648 = $1,728 x 4 weeks = $6,912
    • $6,912 x Php33 = Php228,096
    • (Gross Income)
    • 6,912 – 2,073.60 (30% tax) = $4,838.40
    • 4,838.40 x Php33 = Php159,667.20
    • (Net Income)
    Sample Salary Computation
  • 100.
    • Assuming the regular rate per hour
    • is NZ$ 27 plus Penal Rates:
    • 6,912 – 2,073.60 (30% tax) = $4,838.40
    • 4,838.40 – 1,000 (living costs)
    • = 3,838.40 x 33 = P126,667.20/mo.
    • * Plus benefits of being a PR
    Sample Salary Computation
  • 101.
    • Work as Registered Nurse in New Zealand
    • Recognition as Registered Nurse in Australia
    • Right to sponsor family members
    • - Spouse can work full-time
    • - Education of children is FREE
    • Apply for Permanent Residency including family members
    • - May possibly become permanent residents in less than a year from entry to New Zealand
    Benefits of a Registered Nurse in New Zealand
  • 102.
    • Faster and easier to apply for tourist visa to Europe and to English speaking countries (usually multiple entries)
    • Faster and easier to transfer/migrate and apply as a nurse to Europe and to English speaking countries
    • Medical benefits
    Benefits of a Permanent Resident in New Zealand
  • 103.
    • Free education
    • (primary, intermediate, secondary) College education & further education loan (Student Loan Scheme)
    • Emergency benefits, Unemployment Benefits and Financial Subsidies
    • Tax Returns
    • 4 weeks paid vacation leave every year
    • Option to become a New Zealand citizen
    Benefits of a Permanent Resident in New Zealand
  • 104.  
  • 105. Rembrandt Gicole
  • 106.
    • Saint Gabriel College in Aklan graduate, BSN batch 2006
    • Worked as Staff Nurse at Iloilo Mission Hospital in Iloilo City
    • (June 2007 – April 2009)
    • Currently working as Registered Nurse in Northland, New Zealand
    Rembrandt Gicole
  • 107. Rembrandt Gicole
  • 108.
    • St. Paul’s College of Iloilo graduate,
    • BSN batch 1994
    • Worked as Volunteer Nurse at Capiz Doctors’ Hospital in Roxas City (Feb 2005 – May 2006)
    • Currently working as RN at Guardian Healthcare/Bupa in Christchurch, New Zealand
    Charisma Faye Roblete
  • 109.
    • Filamer Christian University graduate, BSN batch 1992
    • Worked as Clinical Instructor at Filamer Christian College in Roxas City (2000 – 2006)
    • Currently working as Care Manager at Mary Shapley Care Home in Whakatane, New Zealand
    Rose Corcino
  • 110. Gladys Sumalinog Ambray
  • 111. Gladys Sumalinog Ambray
    • University of St. La Salle in Bacolod graduate, BSN batch 1992
    • Worked at Seamen’s Hospital in Cebu City
    • (Aug 1997 – May 2006)
    • Currently working as RN at Malvina Major Retirement Village in Wellington, New Zealand
  • 112. Raymund Dueňo
  • 113. Raymund Dueňo
    • Colegio San Agustin – Bacolod graduate, BSN batch 1992
    • Worked at Binalbagan Infirmary in Binalbagan, Negros Occidental
    • (Aug 1994 – Dec 2007)
    • Currently working at Oceania facility in St. Johns, Taupo, New Zealand
  • 114. Elsie Mae Secong
  • 115. Elsie Mae Secong
    • Central Philippine Adventist College in Murcia, Negros Occidental graduate,
    • BSN batch 2003
    • Worked as Clinical Instructor at Central Philippine Adventist College in Murcia, (Sept 2003 – Mar 2007)
    • Currently working as RN at Guardian Healthcare/Bupa in Christchurch,
    • New Zealand
  • 116. Elsie Mae Secong
  • 117.
    • 2 of our 13 client nurses from Western Visayas who left for New Zealand on October 6, 2010 have already graduated in the 6 weeks CAP and have already job offers in New Zealand.
    Congratulations!
  • 118.
    • Chucky Lou Mijares
    • – University of St. La Salle, batch 2007
    • Mary Ann Abella
    • – St. Paul University Iloilo, batch 2006
    Congratulations!
  • 119.  
  • 120.
    • 5 of our 11 client nurses from Western Visayas who left for New Zealand on Aug 17, 2010 are already working in New Zealand as Registered Nurses.
    Congratulations!
  • 121.
    • Christopher Martin Izquierdo – University of St. La Salle, batch 2008
    • Kazia Grace Gregorio - University of St. La Salle, batch 2008
    • Lexie Hilado – University of St. La Salle, batch 2007
    • Kristine Joy Manasan - University of St. La Salle, batch 2007
    • Catherine Mae Gozon - University of St. La Salle, batch 2005
    Congratulations!
  • 122.  
  • 123. The Sponsor
  • 124. Ultimate Care Group
    • Provides residential aged care
    • Has 16 hospitals with 860 beds
    • Has 150 care village units
  • 125. Ultimate Care Group
    • Employs overseas nurses from
    • Philippines and China
    • Located throughout North Island
    • and upper South Island
    • Fourth largest healthcare provider
    • in New Zealand
  • 126.
    • Very experienced support
    • services team
    • Soundly structured and financed
    Ultimate Care Group
  • 127.  
  • 128. Sponsor’s Offer
    • Financial assistance with CAP
    • course fees
    • Guaranteed employment (2 years) upon completion of CAP course
    • Signing fee
    • Loyalty payment for length of service
    • (after 2 years)
  • 129.
    • Excellent pay rates as RNs
    • Performance based wage increases
    • Four weeks annual paid leave plus accumulated lieu days
    Sponsor’s Offer
  • 130.
    • Payment of work visa application fees
    • Payment of Annual Practising
    • Certificate with NZ Nursing Council
    • Free accommodation for 4 weeks on completion of CAP course
    • Interest free advances for living expenses
    Sponsor’s Offer
  • 131. Sample Computation of Net Income – after Tax and Living Costs
    • Sponsored = spend about Php 25o, 000
    • Freelance = spend about Php 400,000
    • NET Income/month = Php 55,704
    • x 12 months
    • Php 668,448/year
    • * Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 132. Sample Computation of Net Income – after Tax and Living Costs
    • Sponsored = spend about Php 25o, 000
    • Freelance = spend about Php 400,000
    • NET Income/month = Php 65,841
    • x 12 months
    • Php 790,099/year
    • * Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 133. Sample Computation of Net Income – after Tax and Living Costs
    • Freelance = spend about Php 400,000
    • NET Income/month = Php 75,345
    • x 12 months
    • Php 904,140/year
    • * Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 134. Sample Computation of Net Income – after Tax and Living Costs
    • Freelance = spend about Php 400,000
    • NET Income/month = Php 126,667
    • x 12 months
    • Php 1,520,004/year
    • * Plus benefits of being a PR
  • 135. I have Php400,000 – Why Invest?
    • 400,000 in Time Deposit 400,000 spent for New Zealand
    • After 1 year: After 1 year:
    • 400,000 x 4% per annum = 16,000 Income = 0
    • 400,000 + 16,000 = 416,000 Bank Account = 0
    • After 2 years: After 2 years: (1 year in New Zealand)
    • 416,000 x 4% per annum = 16,640 50,000/month x 12 = 600,000
    • 416,000 + 16,640 = 432,640 Plus benefits of being a PR of NZ
    • After 3 years: After 3 years: (2 years in New Zealand)
    • 432,640 x 4% per annum = 17,305 50,000/month x 12 = 600,000
    • 432,640 + 17,305 = 449,945 600,000 + 600,000 = 1.2M + interest
    • Invest in Business After 4 years: (3 years in New Zealand)
    • After 1 year: ? 1.2M + 600,000 = 1,800,000 + interest
    • After 2 years: ?
    • After 5 years: (4 years in NZ)
    • 1.8M + 600,000 = 2,400,000 + interest
    • After 6 years: (5 years in New Zealand)
    • 2.4M + 600,000 = 3,000,000 + interest
  • 136. I have no Php400,000 (Freelance) Or I have no Php250,000 (Sponsored)
    • Doing Nothing Looking for ways for New Zealand
    • After 1 year: Bank Loan:
    • Problem: 400,000 or more 400,000 x 12% p.a. = 48,000
    • 400,000 + 48,000 = 448,000
    • After 2 years: After 2 years: (1 year in New Zealand)
    • Problem: 400,000 or more 448,000 x 12% p.a. = 53,760
    • 448,000 + 53,750 = 501,760 (SOLVED)
    • Plus benefits of being a PR of NZ
    • Lending Company Loan:
    • 400,000 x 36% p.a. = 144,000
    • 400,000 + 144,000 = 544,000
    • After 2 years: (1 year in New Zealand)
    • 544,000 x 36% p.a. = 195,840
    • 544,000 + 195,840 = 739,840
  • 137. Nursing Council Registration (Step 1, 2, 3) Enroll for CAP CAP Acceptance Filing of Visa Entry in New Zealand Complete the CAP Issuance of Practising Certificate Apply for Job Apply for Work Visa Apply for Permanent Residency Work as Registered Nurse and Sponsor Family Members Approval from the Nursing Council Become a Permanent Resident
  • 138. ENR Enrollment (Step 1, 2, 3) Filing of Visa Entry in New Zealand Complete the ENR Retake IELTS/OET In New Zealand Register with the Nursing Council of NZ CAP Enrollment CAP Acceptance Complete the CAP Apply for Permanent Residency Work as Registered Nurse and Sponsor Family Members ENR Acceptance Become a Permanent Resident Apply for Work Visa
  • 139. Course Enrollment (Step 1, 2, 3) Filing of Visa Entry in New Zealand Complete the course Apply for a Job Apply for Work Visa Work as Specialized Healthcare Provider Sponsor Family Members Apply for Permanent Residency Course Acceptance Become a Permanent Resident
  • 140.
    • Now is the best time to apply for registration to immigration because…
  • 141.
    • Like any other country…
    • Policies and requirements of New Zealand change…
  • 142. Your Future...
  • 143. Freelance
    • May apply on your own
    • Could be endorsed by school to their link employers and tie-up facilities
    • Could be hired by the facility where you underwent your CAP practicum
    • Could be endorsed by Golden Summit to their links and tie-up facilities in NZ
    • Could be endorsed by Golden Summit to Ultimate Care Group

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