Your success in getting a visa will depend on things such as job offers, good health, financial backing and being of good character.
To gain residency you must have a job offer from a New Zealand employer. This will need to be in a written form and the prospective employer to be contactable. You must be of good health and after your initial application of interest if you're then invited to apply for residence you will be assessed by an approved doctor. To be approved for residency, generally, you cannot be needing dialysis treatment, have TB, have Hemophilia or have any physical or intellectual incapacity requiring full time care.
You need to be of good character, this means if you have ever been imprisoned or been involved in any criminal activities then your application will not be considered and you will not be allowed to enter New Zealand. You will need to be able to read, write and speak English to a good standard; there will be a test to under go for this. You also need to be less than 55 years old to apply. Some standards may seem a little strict but the aim is to welcome those with open arms who can add something beneficial to our wonderful country and deter those who would not.
If you meet the minimum standards, you'll also need a minimum of 100 points on your Expression of Interest.
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