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    Question Network Administrator / Network Engineer / Microsoft Specialist

    I applied many times for the Network IT Positions but Its very difficult to get job from Other Country ,

    I need Offer from any Employer for IT Position, is there any way we can get Offer from employer and then we apply for immigration, currently my points is not good

    Here is my

    MS Computer Networks & Communication( Master Degree)
    B.E Computer Systems Engineering ( Bachelor Degree)

    Experience: 4+ Years

    Age 27 Years

    IF I have a Job Offer I can easily immigrate and utilize my skill to New Zealand Country.

    Is there any Waaaaayy ????????


    seek.au doest respond me, even My criteria matched

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    Here is an old post where I answered someone with the same kind of feelings as you. http://www.enz.org/forum/showthread....952#post359952

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    Hi Ismail,

    If you have any professional certifications it would be easier for you to find the job in NZ. Also it can be very difficult to get a job offer from overseas unless you are very lucky.

    Regards,

    Godfather

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    I have Professional certification, Cisco, Microsoft, VMware.... but, I think I need to apply for Silver Fern Job Search Visa, than Maybe I will get the job

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    Yes, Silver Fern would be a good option. We were in the same boat; trying to apply from overseas and no joy. We finally saved up and came here on visitor visas (we're too old for WHV and SF). Hubby has similar skillsets to yours but with more experience; It took him 5 months to find a job. (What we did was risky and I am not suggesting it, but it did finally paid off.)

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    Ana congratualtions :-) what you did was very RISKY indeed.

    @Ismail you should go for the Job search visa but do not burn the boats at home because any new place can be tricky. I would suggest like Ana to apply for the visa and give yourself at least 3-6 months to be able to find a decent job in ICTs. Their are a lot of jobs being advertised everyday but not sure where do they vanish :-)

    Lastly, you will need some very good references in the market i.e. Telecoms & IT so start networking with people here on linkedinn that will help you learn more about the people here and also the way they approch ICTs.

    Best of Luck!

    Godfather

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