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Friday, May 05, 2017

NEW LABOR POLICY IN NEW ZEALAND WILL HIT FILIPINO WORKERS


As of 2013 around 40,000 Filipinos is residing in New Zealand. It is one of the choices of migration to those searching for a greener pasture. Some applied and started to stay in New Zealand as international student and eventually landed their dream job.  One Filipino worker who is in NZ, Paul Gatchalian testified that he did not experience landing a job as he started as International student. But it will need an ample financial support to remain in college. Also one Filipino graduate of Business studies, Michael Valle states that a least you have 500,000 Php (10,000 $) to sustain your studies. Excluding of your boarding and food allowances. Given this figure, once you landed a good job it is all worth it.  According to Valle, who holds an open Visa, “Dapat pag-isipan mabuti ng isang migrante bago pumunta sa bansang ito... ano yung mga requirements na kailangan mo magamit o madala para maging eligible ka sa ganung antas ng sahod “. “(Those who want to come here must think about it thoroughly first… you must know the requirements you need to bring so you can be eligible for the level of salary offered here).” Paul Gatchalian has something to comment on “Yung batas ng immigration [dito sa New Zealand] medyo mahigpit. Kaya bago po kayo pumasok dito kailangan alamin muna natin ang batas nila sa immigration para hindi tayo mahirapan. (The immigration laws here are very strict. So before you come here. Know their laws on immigration first so you won’t have any difficulty).”  But with the new policy that New Zealand government has implemented it requires to prioritize the hiring of Kiwis or New Zealand nationals who are capable of the job they offer, New Zealand immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced.
Photo credit: Stuff 
New Zealand Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse


New immigration policy will hit not only Filipino workers but other nationalities.



As of 2013 around 40,000 Filipinos are living in New Zealand. It is also the choice for migration of expatriates to those searching for a greener pasture. Some applied and started to stay in New Zealand as international student and eventually landed their dream job.
As of 2013 around 40,000 Filipinos is residing in New Zealand. It is one of the choices of migration to those searching for a greener pasture. Some applied and started to stay in New Zealand as international student and eventually landed their dream job.  One Filipino worker who is in NZ, Paul Gatchalian testified that he did not experience landing a job as he started as International student. But it will need an ample financial support to remain in college. Also one Filipino graduate of Business studies, Michael Valle states that a least you have 500,000 Php (10,000 $) to sustain your studies. Excluding of your boarding and food allowances. Given this figure, once you landed a good job it is all worth it.  According to Valle, who holds an open Visa, “Dapat pag-isipan mabuti ng isang migrante bago pumunta sa bansang ito... ano yung mga requirements na kailangan mo magamit o madala para maging eligible ka sa ganung antas ng sahod “. “(Those who want to come here must think about it thoroughly first… you must know the requirements you need to bring so you can be eligible for the level of salary offered here).” Paul Gatchalian has something to comment on “Yung batas ng immigration [dito sa New Zealand] medyo mahigpit. Kaya bago po kayo pumasok dito kailangan alamin muna natin ang batas nila sa immigration para hindi tayo mahirapan. (The immigration laws here are very strict. So before you come here. Know their laws on immigration first so you won’t have any difficulty).”  But with the new policy that New Zealand government has implemented it requires to prioritize the hiring of Kiwis or New Zealand nationals who are capable of the job they offer, New Zealand immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced.
Photo credit: Thames  Farming Group
 New Zealand is heavily dependent on agricultural product , such as cow farm and its dairy products.


One Filipino worker who is in NZ, Paul Gatchalian testified that he did not experience difficulty landing a job as he started as International student. But it will need an ample financial support to remain in college. Also one Filipino graduate of Business studies, Michael Valle states that at least you needed to have 500,000 Php (10,000 $) to sustain your studies. Excluding boarding and food allowances.
 
Given this figure, once you landed a good job it is all worth it.
According to Valle, who holds an open Visa, “Dapat pag-isipan mabuti ng isang migrante bago pumunta sa bansang ito... ano yung mga requirements na kailangan mo magamit o madala para maging eligible ka sa ganung antas ng sahod “. “(Those who want to come here must think about it thoroughly first… you must know the requirements you need to bring so you can be eligible for the level of salary offered here).”
As of 2013 around 40,000 Filipinos is residing in New Zealand. It is one of the choices of migration to those searching for a greener pasture. Some applied and started to stay in New Zealand as international student and eventually landed their dream job.  One Filipino worker who is in NZ, Paul Gatchalian testified that he did not experience landing a job as he started as International student. But it will need an ample financial support to remain in college. Also one Filipino graduate of Business studies, Michael Valle states that a least you have 500,000 Php (10,000 $) to sustain your studies. Excluding of your boarding and food allowances. Given this figure, once you landed a good job it is all worth it.  According to Valle, who holds an open Visa, “Dapat pag-isipan mabuti ng isang migrante bago pumunta sa bansang ito... ano yung mga requirements na kailangan mo magamit o madala para maging eligible ka sa ganung antas ng sahod “. “(Those who want to come here must think about it thoroughly first… you must know the requirements you need to bring so you can be eligible for the level of salary offered here).” Paul Gatchalian has something to comment on “Yung batas ng immigration [dito sa New Zealand] medyo mahigpit. Kaya bago po kayo pumasok dito kailangan alamin muna natin ang batas nila sa immigration para hindi tayo mahirapan. (The immigration laws here are very strict. So before you come here. Know their laws on immigration first so you won’t have any difficulty).”  But with the new policy that New Zealand government has implemented it requires to prioritize the hiring of Kiwis or New Zealand nationals who are capable of the job they offer, New Zealand immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced.
Paul Gatchalian has something to comment on “Yung batas ng immigration [dito sa New Zealand] medyo mahigpit. Kaya bago po kayo pumasok dito kailangan alamin muna natin ang batas nila sa immigration para hindi tayo mahirapan. (The immigration laws here are very strict. So before you come here, it is important to know their laws on immigration first to avoid problems).”

But with the new policy that New Zealand government has implemented it requires to prioritize the hiring of Kiwis or New Zealand nationals who are capable of the job they offer, New Zealand immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced.
SOURCE: UNTV

As of 2013 around 40,000 Filipinos is residing in New Zealand. It is one of the choices of migration to those searching for a greener pasture. Some applied and started to stay in New Zealand as international student and eventually landed their dream job.  One Filipino worker who is in NZ, Paul Gatchalian testified that he did not experience landing a job as he started as International student. But it will need an ample financial support to remain in college. Also one Filipino graduate of Business studies, Michael Valle states that a least you have 500,000 Php (10,000 $) to sustain your studies. Excluding of your boarding and food allowances. Given this figure, once you landed a good job it is all worth it.  According to Valle, who holds an open Visa, “Dapat pag-isipan mabuti ng isang migrante bago pumunta sa bansang ito... ano yung mga requirements na kailangan mo magamit o madala para maging eligible ka sa ganung antas ng sahod “. “(Those who want to come here must think about it thoroughly first… you must know the requirements you need to bring so you can be eligible for the level of salary offered here).” Paul Gatchalian has something to comment on “Yung batas ng immigration [dito sa New Zealand] medyo mahigpit. Kaya bago po kayo pumasok dito kailangan alamin muna natin ang batas nila sa immigration para hindi tayo mahirapan. (The immigration laws here are very strict. So before you come here. Know their laws on immigration first so you won’t have any difficulty).”  But with the new policy that New Zealand government has implemented it requires to prioritize the hiring of Kiwis or New Zealand nationals who are capable of the job they offer, New Zealand immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced.
Photo credit:Stuff
Southland Filipino Society chairman Socrates Mallari at work in the cow shed for the afternoon milking at Wreys Bush Dairy Farm.



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