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    Default Hospitality qualifications

    Hi there, can anyone tell me potential hospitality titles under I can apply resident Visa. ( Food and beverage specialisation level 8 NZ)

    Thanks in advance.

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    Having tried to get a manager of mine residency I will tell you it is hard. I'd love to hear of any success stories as we have lost some great individuals due to no clear path to residency.

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    I think that you can apply for residence in the hospitality in any high management position as General Restaurant Manager or Food & Beverage Manager,but you need a qualification and experience to fit those positions.
    The issue with the category is that many applicants are only Duty Manager or Maitre D' (even if in the contract it's written Restaurant Manager) without real power of decision on how to run an establishment.In most of the cases they just assist the owner, I think now INZ checks that a Restaurant Manage act as a real manager and not just as an assistant to get residency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missed.the.boat View Post
    Hi there, can anyone tell me potential hospitality titles under I can apply resident Visa. ( Food and beverage specialisation level 8 NZ)

    Thanks in advance.
    Hi, I believe you can apply for any hospitality position which comes under ANZSCO Skill Level 1,2 & 3, as long as your employment contract substantially matches the ANZSCO description of that occupation, and pays NZ$24.29 per hour (or equivalent annual salary) or more,

    or

    it is described in the ANZSCO as a skill level 4 or 5 occupation, it substantially matches the ANZSCO description of that occupation, and pays $36.44 per hour (or equivalent annual salary) or more,

    or

    it has no corresponding description in the ANZSCO and pays NZ$36.44 per hour (or equivalent annual salary) or more.

    Also this doesn't mean that the CO will not ask for evidences. So make sure whatever is in your contract, It should match the ANZSCO description and you must be able to provide evidences for those described duties & responsibilites, if asked.

    This is not a legal advice, it's purely based on personal experience.

    For further clarification, you can check the immigration website and skill shortage list checker NZ.

    https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-...led-employment

    http://skillshortages.immigration.go...motel-manager/
    http://skillshortages.immigration.go...urant-manager/
    http://skillshortages.immigration.go...rvice-manager/

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