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Thread: IR 330 (entitlement to work)

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    Default IR 330 (entitlement to work)

    Hello,

    While filling up IR 330, there are 2 options to check in 'entitlement to work' section. I am slightly confused for residence class visas.

    A) I am a NZ or Australian citizen or am entitled to work indefinitely in NZ.

    I am inclined to select this due to the wording - indefinitely. That's what it says on my visa for duration.

    B) I hold a valid visa with conditions allowing work in NZ.

    I am inclined to select this due to the travel 'conditions' on my residence class visa. I am not sure if the HR manager would fully understand travel conditions and difference between this class of visa and 'permanent' residence visa.

    Please advise.

    Thanks.

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    A) is you. You're entitled to work indefinitely.

    The travel conditions on your Residence visa are nothing to do with your being allowed to work in NZ. Option B is for people who have a temporary work visa, whose conditions state, for instance, that they may work for just the one employer, or for any employer within the Canterbury region.

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    Thanks, as always, JandM!

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