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    Default Evidence of highest Qualification /relevant work experience

    Hi,

    for an essential skills work visa I need to submit
    - evidence of highest qualification
    - evidence of relevant work experience

    Q1: Evidence of highest qualification is my doctorate certificate from Germany. Will a copy of the certificate be accepted or do I need a translation? Are there any requirements for the translator if applicable? If no translation is required: Is a usual copy acceptable or should I submit a certicied copy?

    Q2: As a CV is not considered tobe evidence of experience I guess a confirmation from my revent employer would be the best evidence... Other suggestions?

    Thank you so much for your help!
    Anke

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    See also my reply on your other thread.

    About translations, etc.. http://glossary.immigration.govt.nz/...anslations.htm

    One section here helps about work experience. http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migra...pply/evidence/ Also here and various links off that page. http://glossary.immigration.govt.nz/...experience.htm The basics for a letter are to show that the job is skilled, in line with your qualifications, that you would not have the job had you not had those qualifications, exactly what the job entails (i.e. your responsibilities, precisely, as a job title does not necessarily reflect these), start and finish dates, and the fact that you worked full-time. You also need to ensure that the person who issues this letter will be available for INZ to check back with, at the contact details mentioned, as they WILL verify every piece of evidence as part of processing any application.

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    Perfect, thank you so much for the links. I was looking for something like this for hours...

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    You're welcome. It all gets to be more familiar after a while.

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