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    Cool me again... with a question about migrant levy!!

    Gill in Scotland here yet again

    I have sent of my application, done and dusted and now reading over a few things i have read something in a different light. I have assumed that the application and migrant levy is the same thing , but it doesnt look like it is. I haven't given any details of this in my application.Am i right that i also have to pay this?? Should i ring immigration and tell them? How much do i pay under the partnership policy?
    Oh why, Oh why did i not pay an immigration company to do all this for me???

    Thanks in advance
    Gill
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    Calm down, Gill. all is not lost . The migrant levy is only paid after you've had a successful result from INZ. It's about 300 NZ$ per successful applicant and you have a few months to pay it once you've been accepted. You won't get your blue PR stickers in your passport until you pay it though.

    Page 5 on here tells you how much you pay and if you look on here you'll see when you need to pay it. It's the last fee you pay .
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    Not sure if this helps but we are going through the skilled migrant category. Submission of EOI was $400 (?160 approx), submitting ITA will be ?685 & then Migrant levy will be ?115 per person up to 4 people. May be different for different categories.
    Nursing Registration sent 5th August 2007
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    Nursing Registration received 28th December 2007
    Submitted EOI 3rd January 2008 with 150 points
    Selected 17th January 2008
    ITA Received 31st January 2008
    ITA submitted 25th April 2008
    Approved in Principle 3rd May 2008
    Blue Stickers arrived 13th May 2008
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    Hey Gill

    Nope you only pay the levy once you get the visa's, damn costly thing to do this immigrating
    EOI Submitted 10/04/2007
    EOI Selected 21/04/2007
    ITA Received 20/07/2007
    ITA Sent Lodged 31/08/2007
    Medicals booked 01/08/2007
    Flights booked 22/10/2007
    Visa granted 17/10/2007
    Arrived in NZ 27/10/2007



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    Technically the migrant levy is to help in research in immigration etc.....just another source of revenue really:))
    Unless you pay the levy, you won't get the stickers...

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