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    Post ITA Lodgement November 2019

    Hi everyone, this is my first thread here.

    I see no one started a post about ITA Submission for November, 2019 therefore decided to be the first one.

    Hope people on the same boat could share their progress.

    EOI Selected - 30 October

    Assigned to - Auckland Manukau Branch

    ITA Received - 5 November

    ITA Submitted - 10 November (Delivered on 12th November)

    No confirmation letter or email yet.

    Hope I could be one of those lucky members that got approved within 2 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by areddy View Post
    Hi everyone, this is my first thread here.

    Hi,
    Welcome to the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by areddy View Post
    Hope I could be one of those lucky members that got approved within 2 months
    If you are one of those fortunate to have a salary +90K in this low wage country, apply for escalation and you will get it within 2 months. Else, it is a long waiting. Sad to share, but Iam there from March, and people are waiting case officer allocation from as back as December 2018.

    Best wishes.
    Saumya

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    Quote Originally Posted by areddy View Post
    Hi everyone, this is my first thread here.

    I see no one started a post about ITA Submission for November, 2019 therefore decided to be the first one.

    Hope people on the same boat could share their progress.

    EOI Selected - 30 October

    Assigned to - Auckland Manukau Branch

    ITA Received - 5 November

    ITA Submitted - 10 November (Delivered on 12th November)

    No confirmation letter or email yet.

    Hope I could be one of those lucky members that got approved within 2 months
    EOI Lodged: 29 Oct 2019
    ITA Received: 5 Nov 2019
    ITA Posted: 10 Nov 2019
    ITA Lodged: 12 Nov 2019
    Payment Deducted: 18 Nov 2019
    Additional Medical Request: 18 Nov 2019
    No updates after that.

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    Yes, you can if you meet priority criteria 😄😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by VedSaumya View Post
    Hi,
    Welcome to the forum.



    If you are one of those fortunate to have a salary +90K in this low wage country, apply for escalation and you will get it within 2 months. Else, it is a long waiting. Sad to share, but Iam there from March, and people are waiting case officer allocation from as back as December 2018.

    Best wishes.
    Saumya
    when did it become 90K, i guess it was 104k?year, isn't it?

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    Saumya, I think salary has gone little up , now itís JUST 104 K 😄😄😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tariq Shahzad View Post
    Saumya, I think salary has gone little up , now it’s JUST 104 K ������
    Correct. The SMC high renumeration threshold was last updated on 26th November 2018 and is currently (as per SM6.60) $50 per hour (or the equivalent annual salary, which I calculate as $104,000).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelerei View Post
    Correct. The SMC high renumeration threshold was last updated on 26th November 2018 and is currently (as per SM6.60) $50 per hour (or the equivalent annual salary, which I calculate as $104,000).
    Thanks friends for pointing it out. I think I mixed this up with $90k criteria that exists for moving into PR from R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VedSaumya View Post
    Thanks friends for pointing it out. I think I mixed this up with $90k criteria that exists for moving into PR from R.
    That $90,000 annual salary threshold for getting a direct Permanent Resident Visa is only for holders of a Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Visa applying for a Talent (Accredited Employer) Resident Visa -- and then, only for people who applied for the associated Work Visa before October 7th, 2019: this has recently been discontinued as part of the forthcoming Work Visa changes (refer to RW2.1). As such, natural attrition will result in this falling away entirely over the next 2-3 years.

    This has never been part of the Skilled Migrant Category.

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