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I see lots of threads of people working aborad. is this short term or long term?


Is it possible to move me and the family to new newzealand permanantly as an arborsit? and is so what experience would be needed.


moving into this carreer and think of this as a future option



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Dude Contact TreeScape Auckland there currently on the lookout for guys to come out and work. i am here working for them currently and they are really under-staffed and need climbers  , great work , great atmosphere and great lads to work with , alot of british lads over here so you will have no problem fitting in. if you are under 30 you can apply for a 23 month working holdiay visa which is easy to get and you don't need a job offer for it. if you are over 30 then contact TreeScape directly and they can sort you out on a work to resident visa  , there is a 36 year old scottish climber who has just started here and he got sponsered with tree scape.

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