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New Zealand flag Embassy of New Zealand in Tehran

AddressNo 1, Second Park Alley, Sousan Street
Qasemi St (North Golestan Complex)
Aghdasiyeh Street
Niavaran, Tehran
Phonelocal: (021) 2612.2175
international: +98.21.2612.2175
Faxlocal: (021) 2612.1973
international: +98.21.2612.1973

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Jack Wilton
Wed, 21 May 2014 05:08 EDT
renew my passport
HI,i just wanna know how to renew my passport,,im in Iraq right now so should i come to the new zealand embassy in Iran to renew it?????many thanks.
Wed, 25 Sep 2013 10:14 EDT
i am a biomedical engineer in iran,i have been 3 years working in this field,i want to know if i can apply for immigration!can i find any work there?what skills do they need in this field in newzealand?
Sun, 21 Jul 2013 05:39 EDT
skilled worker
Hello sir/ electrical welder with first class internotional certification,i want to know that i can go to newzeland for work?thanks!
Sat, 20 Jul 2013 08:24 EDT
i am athlete
i would like to go to newzeland and i am wondering to get a visit visa
could you give me an appointment to arrange my visa
Sat, 8 Jun 2013 04:37 EDT
job vacancy
Dear Sirs,
I would very much appreciate consideration for the available position as I feel I can bring solid experience and skills to your team. I have 10 years Business management experience working with different trading companies.
I am really exited in working with foreign section also have social networking with different people and cultures.
I am available for work immediately
looking forward to hearing from you.0098-933-2068371
Tue, 19 Mar 2013 11:34 EDT
visa for visit drilling company
I would like to go to newzeland and i am wondering to get a visit visa also I have 20years experence in driiling company NIDC (national iranian drilling company)
could you give me an appointment to arrange my visa
sadegh ebadi
Alen Ahounesian
Mon, 4 Mar 2013 06:32 EST
Suitable Potential for Vacancy
Dear Ms./Mr.,

I already have Mailed you my CV, Hope you will review it.
I'll be very glad to have the chance to serve that Respectful Embassy.

Best Regards

Alen Ahounesian

Mob: +98 - 912 - 815 15 84
Sajad Faramarzi
Sun, 27 Jan 2013 18:41 EST
Job Vacancy
Dear Sir/Madam,
I am Sajad Faranarzi and I have my M.A. in TEFL. I have been working as a teacher, teacher trainer and supervisor for nearly 10 years. I have worked as an interpretor too at Razi University of Kermanshah. I tried to enquire about any job vacancy in NZ's embassy at the moment related to my job experience. I can email a copy of my resume if it is needed.
Thank you very much indeed.
Yours faithfully,
Sajad Faramarzi
Sun, 23 Dec 2012 08:41 EST
request for interview and information about how to apply
Dear sir/ Madam
my name is Bahareh. i am writting to apply for a job in new zealand. i have Ph.d in Economics and my hausband has Ph.d in Botany ( Biotechnology and crop genetic)which is in Shortage work list of New zealand govt. from university of Pune, India.
please give an appointment for interview.
yours faithfully
phone number: 09153412261
Fri, 14 Dec 2012 12:23 EST
Dear sir,
I have Phd in Chemical Engineering and have 4 years related experience. furthermore, I have IELTS certificate with 7 score. Please explain how can I apply for work and live in New Zealand(the applying procedure). I had tried for uploading my EOI in newzealand embassy site but I couldnot find anyway for this process.
best regards

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