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该不该说!买家具海运加拿大温哥华家人们现在真的适合抄底

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该不该说买家具海运加拿大温哥华家人们现在真的适合抄底
     对于移民小白,第一次想在国内买些家具、电器、日常用品什么的海运到加拿大,却不知道怎么操作,针对这种情况,
我们提出了一个“傻瓜式”海运的方案,帮助各位加拿大华人朋友把国内喜欢的物品运输到您加拿大的家门口!
什么是全程代办的“傻瓜式”海运?其实说白了,就是我们为加拿大华人专门定制的一个双清海运方案。您只需要把货
交给我们,后续的所有流程,我们都帮你全程代办,您只需要安心在家等收货。这个海运方式免去了很多不必要的麻
烦,您不需要再去了解什么报关清关、什么税费计算、什么熏蒸处理,只需要做一件事,就是买买买。
流程就是你买了东西,让国内的厂家发到我们广州的仓库,就这样,over!剩下的我们都帮你处理的妥妥的
最后讲一下价格,目前的价格波动频繁,也没办法说一个固定的价格,这里发一个参考价格给大家看看吧。
第一, 总体运输是国内的家中运到加拿大的家中,其中分为四段运输,

一,国内货物地点到我们仓库, 二,我们仓库到广州港口,

三,广州港口到加拿大港口, 四,加拿大港口到加拿大家中

一,国内家中到我们仓库,

a,货物在广州珠三角,我们可以安排货车上门提货到我们公司仓库,

b,货物在外省,可通过国内物流发货到我们公司,国内物流公司我们可以提供联系方式。

c,在网上购物,可直接写我们仓库地址收货地址,寄来我们公司,由我们转运到加南大,

d, 如果是整柜运输到加拿大,货物在广东珠三角地带,可以直接提柜到指定地方装柜

二,我们仓库到广州港口,

a,您的货物集齐以后,我们对需要包装的货物进行包装,可纸箱,木箱,木架,木托包装。

b,由我跟你协商装柜出运时间,确定了出运时间,我们操作就会跟船公司订舱,船公司一星期一班船去加拿大,周一装柜,周五开船,周一我们就拉货去港口,

三,广州港口到加拿大港口,

a,到了港口,如果有实木货物或者原木包装需要做熏蒸处理,熏蒸主要是杀虫卵,不然不能进口加拿大。

b,报关有买单报关也可以单证报关,报关通过放行后装船,海运到加拿大港口,

四,加拿大港口到加拿大家中,

a,在加拿大港口我会安排加拿大同事,带海运提单,货物清单,收货人身份证明到海关清关,

b,如果客户自己交税,加拿大同事提供税单让客户自己在海关交税,也可以由我们代交税费,如果客户满足免税资格,需要客户到海关面试海关问题。

c,全部清关手续完成,安排车送货上门,货物到门可以安排卸货,搬进家里,组装,带走垃圾。

第二,从广州我司仓库到加拿大港口清关出来报价

1,广州至温哥华 首方2500 续方800

2,广州至多伦多/蒙特利尔 首方2600 续方900

3,广州至卡尔加里 首方2700 续方1100 

4,广州至埃德蒙顿 首方2800 续方1200

海运散货拼箱按立方米计算运费,散货拼箱费用算法:(适合货物少的,不足20立方米,货多建议走整柜)货物立方计算 长(M)*宽(M)*高(M)立方米

假如有五个方货物到多伦多计算方式如下,2600+900*(5-1)6200

整柜电话咨询林经理

报价服务从广州仓库到加拿大港口清关出来,派送到门的费用需要具体地址确认,不含的费用有以下几个,加拿大进口税费,实木需要熏蒸费,遇到海关查货费。

第四,进口加拿大免税条件

a,移民五年之内第一次运货到加拿大

b,货物为使用一年以上的旧货物

加拿大海关虽然文件这样规定,但是对于新移民海运货物很宽松,新移货不论新旧到海关回答问题都可能免税成功。

第五,;货运时间

1;广州到温哥华,温哥华的船期大约20-25天

2;广州到多伦多的船期大约25天

3:广州到蒙特利尔的船期大约30天

第六,以下是我司提供的增值服务

1、免费代收货物,不限包裹数量。免费1月提供仓库集货

2、如需打包装:麻袋/免费,纸箱/免费,木架/200,木箱/450

3、提供广州周边城市上门提货,仅收取油费

4、如加拿大当地需要搬货+组装家具,我司可以安排工人随车过去

5,免费为客户购买十万货值保险

经验之谈;

1,加拿大海关文件规定五年之内新移民第一次运旧货物到加拿大是可以免税的。

不过实际是加拿大对运货免税很宽松,就算运的新家具到海运面试回答问题,也

有很大机会能免税,

2,在装柜前,装柜中,装柜后拍几张照片,到时面试海关问题给予免税给海关看,这样降低加拿大海关查货机率

3,我司是赠送海运过程五万货值保费的,到时货物到了别急着拆开,看看外包装有没有损坏,

如果有损坏拍照下来,如果不拍照外包装损坏,里面货物损坏,保险公司是不认账的。
更多专业信息,请加我手机微信同号或者直接来电吧,你有国际物流海运方面的需求什么问题
我会把我知道的逐一解答
 国际货运ZP 林先生
+86 15521126458 微信991060507
该不该说买家具海运加拿大温哥华家人们现在真的适合抄底 view all
该不该说买家具海运加拿大温哥华家人们现在真的适合抄底
     对于移民小白,第一次想在国内买些家具、电器、日常用品什么的海运到加拿大,却不知道怎么操作,针对这种情况,
我们提出了一个“傻瓜式”海运的方案,帮助各位加拿大华人朋友把国内喜欢的物品运输到您加拿大的家门口!
什么是全程代办的“傻瓜式”海运?其实说白了,就是我们为加拿大华人专门定制的一个双清海运方案。您只需要把货
交给我们,后续的所有流程,我们都帮你全程代办,您只需要安心在家等收货。这个海运方式免去了很多不必要的麻
烦,您不需要再去了解什么报关清关、什么税费计算、什么熏蒸处理,只需要做一件事,就是买买买。
流程就是你买了东西,让国内的厂家发到我们广州的仓库,就这样,over!剩下的我们都帮你处理的妥妥的
最后讲一下价格,目前的价格波动频繁,也没办法说一个固定的价格,这里发一个参考价格给大家看看吧。
第一, 总体运输是国内的家中运到加拿大的家中,其中分为四段运输,

一,国内货物地点到我们仓库, 二,我们仓库到广州港口,

三,广州港口到加拿大港口, 四,加拿大港口到加拿大家中

一,国内家中到我们仓库,

a,货物在广州珠三角,我们可以安排货车上门提货到我们公司仓库,

b,货物在外省,可通过国内物流发货到我们公司,国内物流公司我们可以提供联系方式。

c,在网上购物,可直接写我们仓库地址收货地址,寄来我们公司,由我们转运到加南大,

d, 如果是整柜运输到加拿大,货物在广东珠三角地带,可以直接提柜到指定地方装柜

二,我们仓库到广州港口,

a,您的货物集齐以后,我们对需要包装的货物进行包装,可纸箱,木箱,木架,木托包装。

b,由我跟你协商装柜出运时间,确定了出运时间,我们操作就会跟船公司订舱,船公司一星期一班船去加拿大,周一装柜,周五开船,周一我们就拉货去港口,

三,广州港口到加拿大港口,

a,到了港口,如果有实木货物或者原木包装需要做熏蒸处理,熏蒸主要是杀虫卵,不然不能进口加拿大。

b,报关有买单报关也可以单证报关,报关通过放行后装船,海运到加拿大港口,

四,加拿大港口到加拿大家中,

a,在加拿大港口我会安排加拿大同事,带海运提单,货物清单,收货人身份证明到海关清关,

b,如果客户自己交税,加拿大同事提供税单让客户自己在海关交税,也可以由我们代交税费,如果客户满足免税资格,需要客户到海关面试海关问题。

c,全部清关手续完成,安排车送货上门,货物到门可以安排卸货,搬进家里,组装,带走垃圾。

第二,从广州我司仓库到加拿大港口清关出来报价

1,广州至温哥华 首方2500 续方800

2,广州至多伦多/蒙特利尔 首方2600 续方900

3,广州至卡尔加里 首方2700 续方1100 

4,广州至埃德蒙顿 首方2800 续方1200

海运散货拼箱按立方米计算运费,散货拼箱费用算法:(适合货物少的,不足20立方米,货多建议走整柜)货物立方计算 长(M)*宽(M)*高(M)立方米

假如有五个方货物到多伦多计算方式如下,2600+900*(5-1)6200

整柜电话咨询林经理

报价服务从广州仓库到加拿大港口清关出来,派送到门的费用需要具体地址确认,不含的费用有以下几个,加拿大进口税费,实木需要熏蒸费,遇到海关查货费。

第四,进口加拿大免税条件

a,移民五年之内第一次运货到加拿大

b,货物为使用一年以上的旧货物

加拿大海关虽然文件这样规定,但是对于新移民海运货物很宽松,新移货不论新旧到海关回答问题都可能免税成功。

第五,;货运时间

1;广州到温哥华,温哥华的船期大约20-25天

2;广州到多伦多的船期大约25天

3:广州到蒙特利尔的船期大约30天

第六,以下是我司提供的增值服务

1、免费代收货物,不限包裹数量。免费1月提供仓库集货

2、如需打包装:麻袋/免费,纸箱/免费,木架/200,木箱/450

3、提供广州周边城市上门提货,仅收取油费

4、如加拿大当地需要搬货+组装家具,我司可以安排工人随车过去

5,免费为客户购买十万货值保险

经验之谈;

1,加拿大海关文件规定五年之内新移民第一次运旧货物到加拿大是可以免税的。

不过实际是加拿大对运货免税很宽松,就算运的新家具到海运面试回答问题,也

有很大机会能免税,

2,在装柜前,装柜中,装柜后拍几张照片,到时面试海关问题给予免税给海关看,这样降低加拿大海关查货机率

3,我司是赠送海运过程五万货值保费的,到时货物到了别急着拆开,看看外包装有没有损坏,

如果有损坏拍照下来,如果不拍照外包装损坏,里面货物损坏,保险公司是不认账的。
更多专业信息,请加我手机微信同号或者直接来电吧,你有国际物流海运方面的需求什么问题
我会把我知道的逐一解答
 国际货运ZP 林先生
+86 15521126458 微信991060507
该不该说买家具海运加拿大温哥华家人们现在真的适合抄底
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随着全球化的深入发展,国际贸易日益频繁,货运行业也迎来了前所未有的发展机遇。作为一家专业的国际货运公司,海宏国际货运公司凭借多年的行业经验和优质服务,赢得了广大客户的信赖与好评。今天,我们就来为您详细介绍海宏国际货运公司如何为您的家具、衣柜、沙发、电视柜、奶茶原料、糖浆、寒天脆波波、火锅底料、调味料、建材、地板、瓷砖等货物提供一站式解决方案,确保您的货物安全抵达新西兰。

一、专业团队,全程跟踪

海宏国际货运公司拥有一支专业的团队,具备丰富的国际货运知识和实践经验。无论是家具、建材等大件物品,还是奶茶原料、糖浆等小件物品,我们都能为您提供最合适的运输方案。同时,我们还将全程跟踪货物的运输过程,确保货物在途中的安全。

二、灵活多样的运输方式

为了满足不同客户的需求,海宏国际货运公司提供多种运输方式供您选择。对于家具、衣柜、沙发、电视柜等大件物品,我们提供海运整柜服务,确保货物在运输过程中的稳定性和安全性。对于奶茶原料、糖浆、寒天脆波波等小件物品,我们可以选择海运拼箱服务,降低成本,提高运输效率。

三、高效的海运服务

作为专业的国际货运公司,海宏国际货运公司与多家知名船运公司建立了长期稳定的合作关系,确保货物能够及时、安全地抵达新西兰。我们还将为您提供实时的船期查询、订舱、报关等一系列服务,让您省心省力。

四、贴心的售后服务

为了确保您的货物在新西兰顺利清关并送达目的地,海宏国际货运公司还提供贴心的售后服务。我们将协助您办理清关手续,提供目的地的派送服务,确保您的货物能够顺利到达客户手中。

海宏国际货运公司凭借专业的团队、灵活的运输方式、高效的海运服务以及贴心的售后服务,为您提供一站式解决方案,让您的货物安全抵达新西兰。如果您有国际货运需求,请随时联系我们,我们将竭诚为您服务!

我们运输流程介绍: 
(1):电话/QQ/微信咨询海运全程费用,订舱!每周周一装柜/周五开船!
(2):找我拿仓库地址和唛头,外包装写上唛头,发货到我司仓库。
(3):我司装柜,报关,放行走船,预计到港时间,代理清关,送货上门,签收!

我司可提供的增值服务
1、免费代收货物,不限包裹数量。免费1月提供仓库集货
2、如需打包装:麻袋/免费,纸箱/免费,木架/200,木箱/450
3、提供广州周边城市上门提货,仅收取油费
4、如新西兰当地需要搬货+组装家具,按110AUD/h(3人)实时支付
再次贴上我的联系方式,期待成为您的合作伙伴
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随着全球化的深入发展,国际贸易日益频繁,货运行业也迎来了前所未有的发展机遇。作为一家专业的国际货运公司,海宏国际货运公司凭借多年的行业经验和优质服务,赢得了广大客户的信赖与好评。今天,我们就来为您详细介绍海宏国际货运公司如何为您的家具、衣柜、沙发、电视柜、奶茶原料、糖浆、寒天脆波波、火锅底料、调味料、建材、地板、瓷砖等货物提供一站式解决方案,确保您的货物安全抵达新西兰。

一、专业团队,全程跟踪

海宏国际货运公司拥有一支专业的团队,具备丰富的国际货运知识和实践经验。无论是家具、建材等大件物品,还是奶茶原料、糖浆等小件物品,我们都能为您提供最合适的运输方案。同时,我们还将全程跟踪货物的运输过程,确保货物在途中的安全。

二、灵活多样的运输方式

为了满足不同客户的需求,海宏国际货运公司提供多种运输方式供您选择。对于家具、衣柜、沙发、电视柜等大件物品,我们提供海运整柜服务,确保货物在运输过程中的稳定性和安全性。对于奶茶原料、糖浆、寒天脆波波等小件物品,我们可以选择海运拼箱服务,降低成本,提高运输效率。

三、高效的海运服务

作为专业的国际货运公司,海宏国际货运公司与多家知名船运公司建立了长期稳定的合作关系,确保货物能够及时、安全地抵达新西兰。我们还将为您提供实时的船期查询、订舱、报关等一系列服务,让您省心省力。

四、贴心的售后服务

为了确保您的货物在新西兰顺利清关并送达目的地,海宏国际货运公司还提供贴心的售后服务。我们将协助您办理清关手续,提供目的地的派送服务,确保您的货物能够顺利到达客户手中。

海宏国际货运公司凭借专业的团队、灵活的运输方式、高效的海运服务以及贴心的售后服务,为您提供一站式解决方案,让您的货物安全抵达新西兰。如果您有国际货运需求,请随时联系我们,我们将竭诚为您服务!

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WHAT ARE SOME STRESS-REDUCING TOYS/MAGIC?

Jaysongame wrote the post • 0 comments • 85 views • 2023-12-04 21:09 • added this tag no more than 24h

Firstly, we need to understand what the niche of stress relieving toys is.


With all due respect, if you have more than 20 minutes of leisure time, you don't need a stress reliever. Twenty minutes is enough time to watch an episode of a cartoon, so what's the point of having a bike?

So the real function of decompression toys, when we are busy in a mess of pressure to find the big pressure to find the north, can through the decompression toys in a few seconds to a few minutes of time to relax, quickly find the work state. In other words, fragmented decompression is the application of decompression toys, and fragmented decompression is as varied and complex as conventional decompression solutions.

For example, work stress can be categorised into at least three types.
Too much work, too much to do, and you're procrastinating like crazy?
Work not going your way, helpless and pathetic?
Little people insinuating and making things difficult for the innocent?

When the pressure is on, you can't have it all, you need a 3D combination.
That's why we need different stress relieving toys to deal with all kinds of stress at work in a fragmented way.


Firstly, we recommend this Desktop Bamboo Man Kung Fu Duel, which is a small kung fu duel to let out your negative emotions.

Hand holding the line of Bamboo man pull back and forth, as long as you control the rhythm you can play a variety of consecutive.The action is just like a real person fighting in kung fu, whoever cuts off the other's head first, wins.  Bamboo Man Tabletop Game

Next, we introduce this extra-large long legged star pillow doll. Stroke its soft plush and give us a gentle hug with its big tentacles. Heal us with its softness and cuteness.

This giant star-shaped plush doll features a unique design with long arms and legs, allowing you to embrace it and feel its comforting presence. Check cute plush throw pillow
Finally, a game rug is recommended to decorate your room. Keep you visually away from your worries for a while.

Rugs for the thoughtfully layered home. Check cute plush throw pillow view all
Firstly, we need to understand what the niche of stress relieving toys is.


With all due respect, if you have more than 20 minutes of leisure time, you don't need a stress reliever. Twenty minutes is enough time to watch an episode of a cartoon, so what's the point of having a bike?

So the real function of decompression toys, when we are busy in a mess of pressure to find the big pressure to find the north, can through the decompression toys in a few seconds to a few minutes of time to relax, quickly find the work state. In other words, fragmented decompression is the application of decompression toys, and fragmented decompression is as varied and complex as conventional decompression solutions.

For example, work stress can be categorised into at least three types.
Too much work, too much to do, and you're procrastinating like crazy?
Work not going your way, helpless and pathetic?
Little people insinuating and making things difficult for the innocent?

When the pressure is on, you can't have it all, you need a 3D combination.
That's why we need different stress relieving toys to deal with all kinds of stress at work in a fragmented way.


Firstly, we recommend this Desktop Bamboo Man Kung Fu Duel, which is a small kung fu duel to let out your negative emotions.

Hand holding the line of Bamboo man pull back and forth, as long as you control the rhythm you can play a variety of consecutive.The action is just like a real person fighting in kung fu, whoever cuts off the other's head first, wins.  Bamboo Man Tabletop Game

Next, we introduce this extra-large long legged star pillow doll. Stroke its soft plush and give us a gentle hug with its big tentacles. Heal us with its softness and cuteness.

This giant star-shaped plush doll features a unique design with long arms and legs, allowing you to embrace it and feel its comforting presence. Check cute plush throw pillow
Finally, a game rug is recommended to decorate your room. Keep you visually away from your worries for a while.

Rugs for the thoughtfully layered home. Check cute plush throw pillow
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The best 4 sim card plans for US students

Donglong wrote the post • 0 comments • 120 views • 2023-11-02 07:37 • added this tag no more than 24h

I categorize the SIM cards into three major categories: independent SIM cards, family plan SIM cards, and Google Fi SIM cards. I can share my personal experiences with each type and mention the pros and cons of each option.

Highlights

1. The independent SIM cards are the cheapest option, with an average monthly cost of $15. They also offer international calling for free, making them popular among international students. However, the network coverage may be below par and there is a data cap to be aware of.

2. Family plan SIM cards allow users to access the best network benefits and offers at a relatively cheaper rate by joining a group. However, joining or leaving a family plan can be complicated and may result in conflicts.

3.  Google Fi SIM cards have the best network quality and customer service. They also offer great deals on new phones. However, they can be more expensive than the other options, with a higher cost for data usage.

4.  The speaker's personal experience with SIM cards involved starting with an independent SIM card, then moving to Google Fi, and finally joining a family plan. They recommend identifying your specific needs and choosing a network service provider accordingly. view all
I categorize the SIM cards into three major categories: independent SIM cards, family plan SIM cards, and Google Fi SIM cards. I can share my personal experiences with each type and mention the pros and cons of each option.

Highlights

1. The independent SIM cards are the cheapest option, with an average monthly cost of $15. They also offer international calling for free, making them popular among international students. However, the network coverage may be below par and there is a data cap to be aware of.

2. Family plan SIM cards allow users to access the best network benefits and offers at a relatively cheaper rate by joining a group. However, joining or leaving a family plan can be complicated and may result in conflicts.

3.  Google Fi SIM cards have the best network quality and customer service. They also offer great deals on new phones. However, they can be more expensive than the other options, with a higher cost for data usage.

4.  The speaker's personal experience with SIM cards involved starting with an independent SIM card, then moving to Google Fi, and finally joining a family plan. They recommend identifying your specific needs and choosing a network service provider accordingly.
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The 5 Highlights you must know before you purchaseT-Mobile prepaid SIM card from Amazon.

Donglong wrote the post • 0 comments • 115 views • 2023-11-02 07:32 • added this tag no more than 24h

T-Mobile prepaid SIM card that they purchased from Amazon. The SIM card provides a cheaper alternative to roaming charges when traveling to the US, Canada, and Mexico. It also offers unlimited high-speed data in the US and 5 GB of data in Canada and Mexico. The SIM card must be registered at least 48 hours before travel and can be activated by adjusting to different sizes and filling out necessary information.

Highlights
 
T-Mobile prepaid SIM card offers a cheaper alternative to roaming charges when traveling to the US, Canada, and Mexico.It provides unlimited high-speed data in the US and 5 GB of data in Canada and Mexico.The SIM card must be registered at least 48 hours before travel and can be activated by adjusting to different sizes and filling out necessary information.Make sure to activate the SIM card before the expiry date and have an unlocked phone.An email with the new phone number will be received a day before or on the day of reaching the destination. view all
T-Mobile prepaid SIM card that they purchased from Amazon. The SIM card provides a cheaper alternative to roaming charges when traveling to the US, Canada, and Mexico. It also offers unlimited high-speed data in the US and 5 GB of data in Canada and Mexico. The SIM card must be registered at least 48 hours before travel and can be activated by adjusting to different sizes and filling out necessary information.

Highlights
 
  • T-Mobile prepaid SIM card offers a cheaper alternative to roaming charges when traveling to the US, Canada, and Mexico.
  • It provides unlimited high-speed data in the US and 5 GB of data in Canada and Mexico.
  • The SIM card must be registered at least 48 hours before travel and can be activated by adjusting to different sizes and filling out necessary information.
  • Make sure to activate the SIM card before the expiry date and have an unlocked phone.
  • An email with the new phone number will be received a day before or on the day of reaching the destination.

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​A 10,000-Word Guide on How to Buy a Used Car in US for Car Novices

nicedw5 wrote the post • 0 comments • 174 views • 2023-07-29 15:03 • added this tag no more than 24h

A 10,000-Word Guide on How to Buy a Used Car in US for Car Novices



Introduction: In recent discussions on internet, many car novices are seeking guidance on buying used cars. This guide aims to assist those individuals by offering universal advice. Regardless of your familiarity with cars, you can learn the methods for purchasing a used car without needing complex technical knowledge. Let's start by understanding that buying a used car requires "fishing" skills, not just knowing specific car models. The focus should be on understanding the process of buying a used car, rather than obsessing over which particular used car to buy. Often, articles like "The Four Myths of North American Value Retention" or "W's Top 10 Best Used Cars to Buy in 2014" can lead us astray. Below, we will present essential knowledge in a categorized manner. Please note that my expertise is limited, and any oversight or mistake should be pointed out for corrections. 

Abbreviations used in this guide correspond to the following terms:
Kbb: Refers to the well-known used car appraisal website www.kbb.com, which provides specific year, mileage, and reference prices for cars.Craigslist (CL): Refers to the well-known online platform for buying and selling used items, often referred to as the "top 1 of the United States."Sedan/SUV/coupe, etc.: Refers to the types or structures of cars, such as a coupe specifically referring to a two-door or three-door sports/sporty sedan. Further subdivisions include full-size, medium-size, compact sedans.MPG (Miles per Gallon): Represents the fuel efficiency of a vehicle, indicating how many miles it can travel per gallon of gasoline.Make/model: "Make" refers to the manufacturer of the car, such as Honda/Toyota/BMW/Mercedes/Audi, etc. "Model" refers to the specific model of the car, such as Mustang/3 Series/A6/CTS, etc. Combining them would be, for example, Audi A6 or Ford Mustang.DFBB: Refers to the "Four Great Cars of North America," namely Toyota Camry, Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, and Honda Accord. These four cars were very popular around the year 2000 on North American Chinese forums, and they are still highly regarded for their value retention and reliability.Vin: Each car has a unique identification number, similar to a car's ID number or ID card. Checking a car's history is done through its VIN, and there are only two reliable companies that provide reports: Carfax and Autocheck.DMV: Stands for the Department of Motor Vehicles, where vehicle registration, buying and selling, and driver's licenses are handled.Title: Refers to the ownership status of the vehicle. There are various types of titles, including clean/clear title, salvage title, duplicate title, etc. Salvage title indicates that the car has been in a major accident and was declared a total loss, meaning that the estimated cost of repairs exceeded the car's value. Cars that have been in accidents may still have clean/clear titles. There is also a type of title that indicates the car still has an outstanding loan that hasn't been fully paid off; I can't recall its name. In any case, when buying a car, it's best to look for one with a clean/clear title, especially if you're not knowledgeable about cars.Registration: Refers to the vehicle's registration. On the license plate, there will be a small sticker indicating the expiration year and month, such as 08/15. If the registration is expired, you'll need to go to the DMV to renew it. It's not a big deal if it's expired, but if you drive with an expired registration, you might get pulled over by the police. If the car you want to buy has an expired registration, you can simply go renew it; it's not a big issue.Smog check/emission test: Refers to the annual vehicle inspection. If the car doesn't pass the test, you can't renew its registration. The laws vary by state, but generally, cars older than ten years need to undergo this test. In California, selling a car without passing the smog check is illegal.
 
Principles of Buying a Used Car:
The car must have a Clean Title, indicating that it is not a salvaged vehicle and that the ownership rights are clear without any outstanding loans.The car can tolerate a history of major repairs, accidents, or previous leasing, although it's preferable to avoid such histories.When purchasing, exchange payment and title simultaneously, and ensure the title is signed by the current owner.Avoid transactions between friends, acquaintances, teachers, students, or romantic partners – you know the reasons.

Basic Process of Buying a Used Car: (Here, we'll focus on the Craigslist approach, while other situations can be referenced.)
Find a suitable post and contact the seller via phone.Obtain the VIN# and check the car's history using Carfax or AutoCheck accounts.Schedule a meeting to inspect and test drive the car at the agreed time and location.Get a mechanic from a repair shop to conduct an inspection.Complete the transaction, exchanging payment and title simultaneously.Visit the DMV to handle the paperwork, or let an Auto Registration Company take care of it for around $40.After some hassle, you finally receive the title with your name on it, and you may feel emotional and overwhelmed. Share your experience on the forum and request points, apart from discussing the car price.

Costs of Owning a Car (in addition to the car's price):
DMV registration fees and sales tax, which usually can't be reduced. It's advisable not to understate the transaction value, as it may not be in your best interest. Note that the situation varies between states; for instance, in CA, there is a registration fee of approximately $100, and the sales tax is around 8%.Insurance expenses, which can be calculated based on the car's MPG and your typical driving distance. The minimum insurance coverage in rural areas costs around $300 for six months, but it varies among individuals.Fuel costs, which can be estimated conservatively using your car's MPG and typical driving distances.Maintenance and repairs, many of which can be DIY, saving significant costs. For example, replacing eight brake pads with mid-range brands would cost around $80 if done by yourself, compared to over $1000 at a dealer. Dealerships can be ruthless, so be cautious.Parking fees, depending on the rates at your school's parking lot.Parking tickets – I receive one about every six months on average. Recently, I got one for parking in Downtown LA without properly displaying the meter receipt on the windshield. The ticket arrived at my home two months later. Remember to learn from my experience and display the payment receipt conspicuously on your windshield if you park at metered spaces.
 
 
II. Clearly Define the Purpose of Buying a Car (WHY should you buy a used car in US): 
 
Firstly, the first step is to determine what you are buying the car for. Below, I have listed several common options for your consideration:
Commuting, including going to school or work, with a daily round trip of at least 10 miles. Key features: You rely on the car every day, and if it breaks down, it significantly impacts your daily life (>80%). The annual mileage should be around 5000 miles, although in large cities like LA, commuting 20,000 miles a year is quite normal. The average annual mileage for cars in the United States is around 10,000 miles. If you are buying a car for commuting, it's essential to consider the reliability since the car will be used daily. Additionally, if your round trip exceeds 30 miles, you should also consider the car's MPG (Miles Per Gallon).Comfort, including convenience for grocery shopping, outings, and living not too far from your usual destinations (a round trip of 5 miles or with access to public transportation). Key features: You use the car 2-3 times a week, not every day. If the car breaks down, it slightly affects your life (<30%). The annual mileage should be around 3000 miles, mainly for trips to Chinese supermarkets or short-distance excursions (round trips of around 500 miles). In this case, a higher-mileage car with a newer model year might suit you better. When it comes time to resell the car, although it might have had higher mileage when you purchased it, since you didn't drive it much, the age and mileage will balance out.Work, including delivering food or providing transportation services (assuming you are an F-1 student working part-time for a Chinese restaurant). Key features: You use the car every day for work, and if it breaks down, you might lose your job. The impact on your life depends on the situation (>80%). It's challenging to estimate the annual mileage because I've never done food delivery, but it probably won't be much less than commuting.Entertainment, including convenience for dating, showing off, etc. If you fit one or more of these conditions, consider combining them to choose the car that suits your preferences.
 
III. Determine the Budget 
 
Based on the purpose of buying the car, determine your budget or let your budget determine the type of car you can buy (All prices mentioned below are in USD).

Tier 1: Above $110,000
Tier 2: $28,000 - $10,000
Tier 3: $6,000 - $8,000
Tier 4: $4,000 - $6,000
Tier 5: Below $4,000

An essential premise here is that your budget determines the type of sellers you will interact with. Always remember: if the car owner is not a good person, then the car they are selling is definitely not worth buying. Society consists of various social classes, and people with different social statuses have varying income levels, which reflect in the cars they drive. Here is a rough breakdown into five tiers:
The top-tier individuals sell cars above $10,000. Generally, such people are not short of money, making bargaining more effective. They also have good income and won't waste too much effort on selling their used cars, so most of these cars end up being traded-in to dealers. There are few cars left for sale on Craigslist (CL) in this category. Usually, the owners are young professionals who have just finished four years of college, and after their new cars become older, they sell them and move on. It's worth noting that due to the high prices, there aren't many buyers on CL for this category of cars, so many owners opt for trade-ins. If you want to buy this type of car, as long as your offer is $2,000 above the dealer's trade-in price to the owner, you should have a good chance.The lowest-tier individuals sell cars for no more than $4,000. This group comprises a mix of fishy characters, and there is a high chance of encountering curb dealers who engage in shady car businesses to earn ill-gotten money. They are generally ruthless and would deceive inexperienced buyers who lack knowledge about cars. More experienced buyers have pointed out ways to identify curb dealers. The simplest method is to ask about the car condition without mentioning its make and model. If the seller responds with "which one" it is 99% likely to be a curb dealer. Another sign is if the title is not in the seller's name, but it's already signed. In such cases, it's 90% likely to be a curb dealer. The rest of the sellers in this category are mostly low-income individuals, minorities, or students in financial need. People looking to buy cars in this category must have a strong understanding of car mechanics and be proficient in driving to find a suitable car among the junk sold by the remaining sellers. While there are good cars in this category, buying one is challenging, much like gambling. If you can't drive well and lack the budget, it's best to avoid this tier.Other Tiers: The rest of the people fall into the category of ordinary individuals, including middle-class individuals, pseudo rich people raised in affluent families, or rural folks. There is nothing special to note about these sellers, but they generally won't easily lower the price by a significant amount. Don't expect to bargain down by $1,000 or more.
 
IV Choosing the Right Location to buy a used car (where to buy a used car in US)
Used car dealerships have a wide selection of cars and offer convenience, as well as warranties. Negotiating the price is possible, but don't expect a significant reduction. Salespeople are skilled at pressuring customers, so dealing with them can be challenging. Buying from a dealership implies that you have enough money to spare.Rental car companies like Enterprise and Hertz offer newer cars, usually from 2012 or 2013, with high mileage (around 30,000 miles per year). The prices for used cars from rental companies are fixed and not negotiable, except for transportation fees. For example, if you want to buy a red Camry in LA but can only find one in San Diego, the rental company will charge you for transportation. However, Hertz offers a three-day test drive period, and if you decide to return the car within that time, you will only be charged for the three days of rental. It's worth noting that rental car companies are profit-oriented and will not sell you a car for $15,000 if it's worth $1,500,001. Their prices are slightly lower than KBB's "good" value. Special organizations, such as schools, churches, etc., sometimes sell used cars. For example, a campus police department may sell retired police cars at fixed prices or through auctions or best offer arrangements. The prices may vary depending on the organization. Churches often sell donated cars at lower prices for convenience. These opportunities to buy cars are rare and not easily found.Auctions are the main source for acquiring a large number of used cars. Auction houses have many private dealers or local, lesser-known medium-sized dealers, but few private buyers. For example, the Long Beach, CA government holds auctions where all available government-owned cars are listed with their VIN numbers. Volunteers can bid on these cars, but most of them are not new and may have been repossessed from individuals who couldn't repay their loans. There are many cars with a 20-year or even 80s model year, but there are also some good cars from 2005. Since these cars are generally not inspected, buying from auctions carries a higher risk compared to dealerships, where repairs can be made. Auctions usually have a monthly or multiple times per month cycle.Buying from the classifieds website Craigslist is the method advocated and emphasized in this article.
 
In summary, if you want to buy a luxury or very new used car, you can try dealerships, rental car companies, or other channels mentioned in North America Saving Fast Report. In 90% of cases, these channels may not have the car you are looking for, so it may not be necessary to read this article. For other situations, it is recommended to go to Craigslist. view all
A 10,000-Word Guide on How to Buy a Used Car in US for Car Novices



Introduction: In recent discussions on internet, many car novices are seeking guidance on buying used cars. This guide aims to assist those individuals by offering universal advice. Regardless of your familiarity with cars, you can learn the methods for purchasing a used car without needing complex technical knowledge. Let's start by understanding that buying a used car requires "fishing" skills, not just knowing specific car models. The focus should be on understanding the process of buying a used car, rather than obsessing over which particular used car to buy. Often, articles like "The Four Myths of North American Value Retention" or "W's Top 10 Best Used Cars to Buy in 2014" can lead us astray. Below, we will present essential knowledge in a categorized manner. Please note that my expertise is limited, and any oversight or mistake should be pointed out for corrections. 

Abbreviations used in this guide correspond to the following terms:
  1. Kbb: Refers to the well-known used car appraisal website www.kbb.com, which provides specific year, mileage, and reference prices for cars.
  2. Craigslist (CL): Refers to the well-known online platform for buying and selling used items, often referred to as the "top 1 of the United States."
  3. Sedan/SUV/coupe, etc.: Refers to the types or structures of cars, such as a coupe specifically referring to a two-door or three-door sports/sporty sedan. Further subdivisions include full-size, medium-size, compact sedans.
  4. MPG (Miles per Gallon): Represents the fuel efficiency of a vehicle, indicating how many miles it can travel per gallon of gasoline.
  5. Make/model: "Make" refers to the manufacturer of the car, such as Honda/Toyota/BMW/Mercedes/Audi, etc. "Model" refers to the specific model of the car, such as Mustang/3 Series/A6/CTS, etc. Combining them would be, for example, Audi A6 or Ford Mustang.
  6. DFBB: Refers to the "Four Great Cars of North America," namely Toyota Camry, Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, and Honda Accord. These four cars were very popular around the year 2000 on North American Chinese forums, and they are still highly regarded for their value retention and reliability.
  7. Vin: Each car has a unique identification number, similar to a car's ID number or ID card. Checking a car's history is done through its VIN, and there are only two reliable companies that provide reports: Carfax and Autocheck.
  8. DMV: Stands for the Department of Motor Vehicles, where vehicle registration, buying and selling, and driver's licenses are handled.
  9. Title: Refers to the ownership status of the vehicle. There are various types of titles, including clean/clear title, salvage title, duplicate title, etc. Salvage title indicates that the car has been in a major accident and was declared a total loss, meaning that the estimated cost of repairs exceeded the car's value. Cars that have been in accidents may still have clean/clear titles. There is also a type of title that indicates the car still has an outstanding loan that hasn't been fully paid off; I can't recall its name. In any case, when buying a car, it's best to look for one with a clean/clear title, especially if you're not knowledgeable about cars.
  10. Registration: Refers to the vehicle's registration. On the license plate, there will be a small sticker indicating the expiration year and month, such as 08/15. If the registration is expired, you'll need to go to the DMV to renew it. It's not a big deal if it's expired, but if you drive with an expired registration, you might get pulled over by the police. If the car you want to buy has an expired registration, you can simply go renew it; it's not a big issue.
  11. Smog check/emission test: Refers to the annual vehicle inspection. If the car doesn't pass the test, you can't renew its registration. The laws vary by state, but generally, cars older than ten years need to undergo this test. In California, selling a car without passing the smog check is illegal.

 
Principles of Buying a Used Car:
  1. The car must have a Clean Title, indicating that it is not a salvaged vehicle and that the ownership rights are clear without any outstanding loans.
  2. The car can tolerate a history of major repairs, accidents, or previous leasing, although it's preferable to avoid such histories.
  3. When purchasing, exchange payment and title simultaneously, and ensure the title is signed by the current owner.
  4. Avoid transactions between friends, acquaintances, teachers, students, or romantic partners – you know the reasons.


Basic Process of Buying a Used Car: (Here, we'll focus on the Craigslist approach, while other situations can be referenced.)
  1. Find a suitable post and contact the seller via phone.
  2. Obtain the VIN# and check the car's history using Carfax or AutoCheck accounts.
  3. Schedule a meeting to inspect and test drive the car at the agreed time and location.
  4. Get a mechanic from a repair shop to conduct an inspection.
  5. Complete the transaction, exchanging payment and title simultaneously.
  6. Visit the DMV to handle the paperwork, or let an Auto Registration Company take care of it for around $40.
  7. After some hassle, you finally receive the title with your name on it, and you may feel emotional and overwhelmed. Share your experience on the forum and request points, apart from discussing the car price.


Costs of Owning a Car (in addition to the car's price):
  • DMV registration fees and sales tax, which usually can't be reduced. It's advisable not to understate the transaction value, as it may not be in your best interest. Note that the situation varies between states; for instance, in CA, there is a registration fee of approximately $100, and the sales tax is around 8%.
  • Insurance expenses, which can be calculated based on the car's MPG and your typical driving distance. The minimum insurance coverage in rural areas costs around $300 for six months, but it varies among individuals.
  • Fuel costs, which can be estimated conservatively using your car's MPG and typical driving distances.
  • Maintenance and repairs, many of which can be DIY, saving significant costs. For example, replacing eight brake pads with mid-range brands would cost around $80 if done by yourself, compared to over $1000 at a dealer. Dealerships can be ruthless, so be cautious.
  • Parking fees, depending on the rates at your school's parking lot.
  • Parking tickets – I receive one about every six months on average. Recently, I got one for parking in Downtown LA without properly displaying the meter receipt on the windshield. The ticket arrived at my home two months later. Remember to learn from my experience and display the payment receipt conspicuously on your windshield if you park at metered spaces.

 
 
II. Clearly Define the Purpose of Buying a Car (WHY should you buy a used car in US): 
 
Firstly, the first step is to determine what you are buying the car for. Below, I have listed several common options for your consideration:
  1. Commuting, including going to school or work, with a daily round trip of at least 10 miles. Key features: You rely on the car every day, and if it breaks down, it significantly impacts your daily life (>80%). The annual mileage should be around 5000 miles, although in large cities like LA, commuting 20,000 miles a year is quite normal. The average annual mileage for cars in the United States is around 10,000 miles. If you are buying a car for commuting, it's essential to consider the reliability since the car will be used daily. Additionally, if your round trip exceeds 30 miles, you should also consider the car's MPG (Miles Per Gallon).
  2. Comfort, including convenience for grocery shopping, outings, and living not too far from your usual destinations (a round trip of 5 miles or with access to public transportation). Key features: You use the car 2-3 times a week, not every day. If the car breaks down, it slightly affects your life (<30%). The annual mileage should be around 3000 miles, mainly for trips to Chinese supermarkets or short-distance excursions (round trips of around 500 miles). In this case, a higher-mileage car with a newer model year might suit you better. When it comes time to resell the car, although it might have had higher mileage when you purchased it, since you didn't drive it much, the age and mileage will balance out.
  3. Work, including delivering food or providing transportation services (assuming you are an F-1 student working part-time for a Chinese restaurant). Key features: You use the car every day for work, and if it breaks down, you might lose your job. The impact on your life depends on the situation (>80%). It's challenging to estimate the annual mileage because I've never done food delivery, but it probably won't be much less than commuting.
  4. Entertainment, including convenience for dating, showing off, etc. If you fit one or more of these conditions, consider combining them to choose the car that suits your preferences.

 
III. Determine the Budget 
 
Based on the purpose of buying the car, determine your budget or let your budget determine the type of car you can buy (All prices mentioned below are in USD).

Tier 1: Above $110,000
Tier 2: $28,000 - $10,000
Tier 3: $6,000 - $8,000
Tier 4: $4,000 - $6,000
Tier 5: Below $4,000

An essential premise here is that your budget determines the type of sellers you will interact with. Always remember: if the car owner is not a good person, then the car they are selling is definitely not worth buying. Society consists of various social classes, and people with different social statuses have varying income levels, which reflect in the cars they drive. Here is a rough breakdown into five tiers:
  1. The top-tier individuals sell cars above $10,000. Generally, such people are not short of money, making bargaining more effective. They also have good income and won't waste too much effort on selling their used cars, so most of these cars end up being traded-in to dealers. There are few cars left for sale on Craigslist (CL) in this category. Usually, the owners are young professionals who have just finished four years of college, and after their new cars become older, they sell them and move on. It's worth noting that due to the high prices, there aren't many buyers on CL for this category of cars, so many owners opt for trade-ins. If you want to buy this type of car, as long as your offer is $2,000 above the dealer's trade-in price to the owner, you should have a good chance.
  2. The lowest-tier individuals sell cars for no more than $4,000. This group comprises a mix of fishy characters, and there is a high chance of encountering curb dealers who engage in shady car businesses to earn ill-gotten money. They are generally ruthless and would deceive inexperienced buyers who lack knowledge about cars. More experienced buyers have pointed out ways to identify curb dealers. The simplest method is to ask about the car condition without mentioning its make and model. If the seller responds with "which one" it is 99% likely to be a curb dealer. Another sign is if the title is not in the seller's name, but it's already signed. In such cases, it's 90% likely to be a curb dealer. The rest of the sellers in this category are mostly low-income individuals, minorities, or students in financial need. People looking to buy cars in this category must have a strong understanding of car mechanics and be proficient in driving to find a suitable car among the junk sold by the remaining sellers. While there are good cars in this category, buying one is challenging, much like gambling. If you can't drive well and lack the budget, it's best to avoid this tier.
  3. Other Tiers: The rest of the people fall into the category of ordinary individuals, including middle-class individuals, pseudo rich people raised in affluent families, or rural folks. There is nothing special to note about these sellers, but they generally won't easily lower the price by a significant amount. Don't expect to bargain down by $1,000 or more.

 
IV Choosing the Right Location to buy a used car (where to buy a used car in US)
  1. Used car dealerships have a wide selection of cars and offer convenience, as well as warranties. Negotiating the price is possible, but don't expect a significant reduction. Salespeople are skilled at pressuring customers, so dealing with them can be challenging. Buying from a dealership implies that you have enough money to spare.
  2. Rental car companies like Enterprise and Hertz offer newer cars, usually from 2012 or 2013, with high mileage (around 30,000 miles per year). The prices for used cars from rental companies are fixed and not negotiable, except for transportation fees. For example, if you want to buy a red Camry in LA but can only find one in San Diego, the rental company will charge you for transportation. However, Hertz offers a three-day test drive period, and if you decide to return the car within that time, you will only be charged for the three days of rental. It's worth noting that rental car companies are profit-oriented and will not sell you a car for $15,000 if it's worth $1,500,001. Their prices are slightly lower than KBB's "good" value. 
  3. Special organizations, such as schools, churches, etc., sometimes sell used cars. For example, a campus police department may sell retired police cars at fixed prices or through auctions or best offer arrangements. The prices may vary depending on the organization. Churches often sell donated cars at lower prices for convenience. These opportunities to buy cars are rare and not easily found.
  4. Auctions are the main source for acquiring a large number of used cars. Auction houses have many private dealers or local, lesser-known medium-sized dealers, but few private buyers. For example, the Long Beach, CA government holds auctions where all available government-owned cars are listed with their VIN numbers. Volunteers can bid on these cars, but most of them are not new and may have been repossessed from individuals who couldn't repay their loans. There are many cars with a 20-year or even 80s model year, but there are also some good cars from 2005. Since these cars are generally not inspected, buying from auctions carries a higher risk compared to dealerships, where repairs can be made. Auctions usually have a monthly or multiple times per month cycle.
  5. Buying from the classifieds website Craigslist is the method advocated and emphasized in this article.

 
In summary, if you want to buy a luxury or very new used car, you can try dealerships, rental car companies, or other channels mentioned in North America Saving Fast Report. In 90% of cases, these channels may not have the car you are looking for, so it may not be necessary to read this article. For other situations, it is recommended to go to Craigslist.
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New Items In The Shop At SG88WIN

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Make sure you have enough points to get these new items in the shop! You're not just playing here, you play here to win, earn points, and redeem rewards! Play Smart. Check your points and use them to redeem these items! Visit: https://sg88win.info view all
Make sure you have enough points to get these new items in the shop! You're not just playing here, you play here to win, earn points, and redeem rewards! Play Smart. Check your points and use them to redeem these items! Visit: https://sg88win.info
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Life experience share for you (important)

Timothy Zhao wrote the post • 0 comments • 361 views • 2022-04-02 03:49 • added this tag no more than 24h

1、More books you read, less pains you gains
  Rich people can use money to try the fault, but if we don't have that money, we should read enough book to avoid the risk,to distinguish the trap. how to get it? from the books, we can get lots of logic, when the book is enough, our brain can generate a logic which is the real  precious to yourself, and no one can rab it or stole it from you, if you ask which book we should read first. Of course i highly recomand you read the history book first. Because all the things happened in the history. If you say : I can't not find the same things happen now in the history books , that proof you read the history not enough. 
because you don't have enough money to try the fault. And more people even have not second time to try the second. Because first fault will kill him. So read books is the most important thing to do in your life.
2、Less angry more  
   angry only come from the people who is not smart. The budda says do not see other's fault ,only see yours.
When some bads things happens, you should understand, why it is happen, perhaps you will say jack do it ,he is so foolish,i will fire him right now, if you think like this you are coward. Why you can not see Jack's daily work, you should understand the people's temperament, which he can do which he can not do, Ex: you want to study how to drive car, but you find a people who only can drive plane, perhaps you will say : stupid! i never do that things. 
yes, Jack is the plane driver, but you call him to drivecar ,because you can't find his real ability, you just listen to him,  he tell you he can do,you trust him. When it broken you will say is not your fault. honest say all is yourself fault, others is no fault in you all life.
    Like a tiger, when you see a tiger want to eat you ,you will run home to tell you father, the tiger is so fierce, really that time you know the tiger is fierce, because tiger's nature instinction is fierce, like the other people, when you see he or she is stupid, is not his fault, that his natrue temper, just you can not accept, but do you know what happens on his life, how he become like this, you have money to go to school ,did he has that money to read?
so, never see other's fault includ you wife or husbend. 
3、family trap quarrel with others
     Especially with you mate, when you are frustrated right now, pls do not close it.
    Two different people come from different family ,just i said in second, different family have different family culture. yes, culture!  So the first all is surface you saw, his handsome or hers pretty, and in oder to get together, you can tolerate hers first , but when you married you can not tolerant her anymore, because hers mind is different from you , so you angry? why don't you understand her ,if you really love her, you can obey her, write here you perhaps say: all time to obey her, why i need obey, i can't tolerant this all the life. Don't worry this, you are building your family's culture, you should let her know this, please understand each other, all the thing we do in oder for the family. If she don't understand it. you should tolerant it, because you should be a smart people, if all you can not understand it, the family will over. 
    Remmber, who first apologise to another, who is the angle. Time will proof your's decide is right after years.
every one can not be really stupid, she or he will understand this. 
    Ok, this the two mind from my head. hope can help you.
     I'm Tim who is a windows and doors seller, we export to different countries, if you need pls back me.
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1、More books you read, less pains you gains
  Rich people can use money to try the fault, but if we don't have that money, we should read enough book to avoid the risk,to distinguish the trap. how to get it? from the books, we can get lots of logic, when the book is enough, our brain can generate a logic which is the real  precious to yourself, and no one can rab it or stole it from you, if you ask which book we should read first. Of course i highly recomand you read the history book first. Because all the things happened in the history. If you say : I can't not find the same things happen now in the history books , that proof you read the history not enough. 
because you don't have enough money to try the fault. And more people even have not second time to try the second. Because first fault will kill him. So read books is the most important thing to do in your life.
2、Less angry more  
   angry only come from the people who is not smart. The budda says do not see other's fault ,only see yours.
When some bads things happens, you should understand, why it is happen, perhaps you will say jack do it ,he is so foolish,i will fire him right now, if you think like this you are coward. Why you can not see Jack's daily work, you should understand the people's temperament, which he can do which he can not do, Ex: you want to study how to drive car, but you find a people who only can drive plane, perhaps you will say : stupid! i never do that things. 
yes, Jack is the plane driver, but you call him to drivecar ,because you can't find his real ability, you just listen to him,  he tell you he can do,you trust him. When it broken you will say is not your fault. honest say all is yourself fault, others is no fault in you all life.
    Like a tiger, when you see a tiger want to eat you ,you will run home to tell you father, the tiger is so fierce, really that time you know the tiger is fierce, because tiger's nature instinction is fierce, like the other people, when you see he or she is stupid, is not his fault, that his natrue temper, just you can not accept, but do you know what happens on his life, how he become like this, you have money to go to school ,did he has that money to read?
so, never see other's fault includ you wife or husbend. 
3、family trap quarrel with others
     Especially with you mate, when you are frustrated right now, pls do not close it.
    Two different people come from different family ,just i said in second, different family have different family culture. yes, culture!  So the first all is surface you saw, his handsome or hers pretty, and in oder to get together, you can tolerate hers first , but when you married you can not tolerant her anymore, because hers mind is different from you , so you angry? why don't you understand her ,if you really love her, you can obey her, write here you perhaps say: all time to obey her, why i need obey, i can't tolerant this all the life. Don't worry this, you are building your family's culture, you should let her know this, please understand each other, all the thing we do in oder for the family. If she don't understand it. you should tolerant it, because you should be a smart people, if all you can not understand it, the family will over. 
    Remmber, who first apologise to another, who is the angle. Time will proof your's decide is right after years.
every one can not be really stupid, she or he will understand this. 
    Ok, this the two mind from my head. hope can help you.
     I'm Tim who is a windows and doors seller, we export to different countries, if you need pls back me.
 
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Can someone explain some stock or investment knowledge to me

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how to buy dogecoin in usa (2021 Updated Tutorial)

Betty Benford wrote the post • 0 comments • 559 views • 2021-05-09 21:33 • added this tag no more than 24h

What you need to prepare.
 A VPN that can support the Canada ip address.
 
STEP #1 :   
 
Go to the https://www.binance.com/en to sign up for an account, not the binance.us. If you located in the New York, US, you have to choose the https://www.binance.com/en global exchange site. So that you won't have more troubles on verification.
 





 
 
STEP #2
select the language that you like, if you are in the US, you can select English, if you are in Canada, you can select  France, If you are in the mainland of China, you can choose the simplified Chinese.
 





 
 
 
 
STEP #3  
 
Now, you can type the id name, password, and binance referral id: J7IZAL4V
After you type the referral id: J7IZAL4V  you can get a 10% discount for each trade. Then you can click that yellow register button.
 
 
 
 
 
 





 

 
STEP #4
 
 
You can go to your email inbox or spam box to receive the activation link, click that link. then you will login your Binance account.  Now we have to get the ID verification and face verification. You can click that small head icon button, then you can click that identification button to verify your ID.
 
 
 
 
 





 

STEP #5
 
STEP #6
STEP #7
STEP #8
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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What you need to prepare.
 A VPN that can support the Canada ip address.
 
STEP #1 :   
 
Go to the https://www.binance.com/en to sign up for an account, not the binance.us. If you located in the New York, US, you have to choose the https://www.binance.com/en global exchange site. So that you won't have more troubles on verification.
 

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STEP #2
select the language that you like, if you are in the US, you can select English, if you are in Canada, you can select  France, If you are in the mainland of China, you can choose the simplified Chinese.
 

choose_the_language_on_binance_exhange.png

 
 
 
 
STEP #3  
 
Now, you can type the id name, password, and binance referral id: J7IZAL4V
After you type the referral id: J7IZAL4V  you can get a 10% discount for each trade. Then you can click that yellow register button.
 
 
 
 
 
 

type_the_binance_Referral_ID_and_get_10%_discount_on_biannce_exchange.png

 

 
STEP #4
 
 
You can go to your email inbox or spam box to receive the activation link, click that link. then you will login your Binance account.  Now we have to get the ID verification and face verification. You can click that small head icon button, then you can click that identification button to verify your ID.
 
 
 
 
 

how_to_get_the_binance_id_verification_|_bypass_kyc_tutorial.png

 

STEP #5
 
STEP #6
STEP #7
STEP #8
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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Just came to the beautiful city of Auckland, can you recommend some good tourist attractions for me? Thank you

Li Xiang wrote the post • 0 comments • 517 views • 2021-03-07 22:38 • added this tag no more than 24h

Suddenly I found out that I didn’t know where to go
Suddenly I found out that I didn’t know where to go
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Complimentary WORKSHOP to build your own business.

Gemma wrote the post • 0 comments • 558 views • 2021-02-17 02:38 • added this tag no more than 24h

COMPLIMENTARY LIVE WORKSHOP TWICE a week! or WATCH a replay instantly!

What you will LEARN...

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✨The benefit of tapping into a GLOBAL community of business mentorship and support.

✨Video-based training, so that you can follow along at your own pace.

✨No business or technical background required, we TRAIN and TEACH you about everything!

✨Learn how to LEVERAGE technology and automation in your own business.

✨Develop not only a business but your own personal skills and confidence as well.
 
Register here ~ https://www.gemmamarks.com/ view all
COMPLIMENTARY LIVE WORKSHOP TWICE a week! or WATCH a replay instantly!

What you will LEARN...

✨How to start a home-based internet business and GROW it successfully.

✨The benefit of tapping into a GLOBAL community of business mentorship and support.

✨Video-based training, so that you can follow along at your own pace.

✨No business or technical background required, we TRAIN and TEACH you about everything!

✨Learn how to LEVERAGE technology and automation in your own business.

✨Develop not only a business but your own personal skills and confidence as well.
 
Register here ~ https://www.gemmamarks.com/
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Common fees in New Zealand's public primary and secondary schools

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 587 views • 2020-12-22 03:53 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand Public Primary and Secondary Schools - State school is free and compulsory for New Zealand residents or New Zealand citizens, as well as for children of people with work visas of more than two years.

Free means tuition fees and course books, and some other fees are unavoidable or require parents of students to supplement their underfunding in the form of "donations".

The common "school fees" in New Zealand's public primary and secondary schools are:

School uniforms, schools have designated school uniform providers, directly for parents to sell, the price can not be cheap
Interest courses or skills or exercise courses that are not in the syllabus, such as swimming lessons
Students can buy small items to take home, not expensive
Dinner in the canteen
In addition to the list above, there are "donation"-type fees, called schools, which are usually paid by parents, and in a small number of schools in poor areas, either simply do not charge the fee or some parents of students cannot afford it.

Charges for donation types, including:

The homework book for writing
The cost of a school-organized outing or camping trip
Upgrades of classroom equipment and teaching equipment, as well as some materials for teaching
Class-organized excursions
In addition, semi-public schools, also known as state-integrated schools, are paid for in part by the New Zealand government, but the cost of the school's property (rent, water and electricity) is not paid by the state, so these semi-public schools (church schools) charge a fee called attends, usually NZ$2000-3000 a year; view all
New Zealand Public Primary and Secondary Schools - State school is free and compulsory for New Zealand residents or New Zealand citizens, as well as for children of people with work visas of more than two years.

Free means tuition fees and course books, and some other fees are unavoidable or require parents of students to supplement their underfunding in the form of "donations".

The common "school fees" in New Zealand's public primary and secondary schools are:

School uniforms, schools have designated school uniform providers, directly for parents to sell, the price can not be cheap
Interest courses or skills or exercise courses that are not in the syllabus, such as swimming lessons
Students can buy small items to take home, not expensive
Dinner in the canteen
In addition to the list above, there are "donation"-type fees, called schools, which are usually paid by parents, and in a small number of schools in poor areas, either simply do not charge the fee or some parents of students cannot afford it.

Charges for donation types, including:

The homework book for writing
The cost of a school-organized outing or camping trip
Upgrades of classroom equipment and teaching equipment, as well as some materials for teaching
Class-organized excursions
In addition, semi-public schools, also known as state-integrated schools, are paid for in part by the New Zealand government, but the cost of the school's property (rent, water and electricity) is not paid by the state, so these semi-public schools (church schools) charge a fee called attends, usually NZ$2000-3000 a year;
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Where to get job information in New Zealand? Just use these 6 methods

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 643 views • 2020-12-22 03:45 • added this tag no more than 24h

I share 6 methods so that you can find a job easily in New Zealand. Channels for these sources of information include:

1. Buy a local newspaper. A large number of posts will be published in newspapers on Wednesdays and Saturdays;

2. Related recruitment sites Trademe, nzherald, seek, hays-hps, nzjobs, etc.;
 
3. The company's website, New Zealand's general size companies will be directly on the official website to update their talent needs. This is also the most direct channel of contact with employers;
 
4. Make more friends, expand your network, tell friends that you are looking for a job, tell them to introduce, someone to introduce is really a lot easier, Asians are full of enthusiasm, will be willing to help. New Zealand's domestic demand is relatively small because the country's overall economy is as small as the country's. Coupled with the encouragement of tenure, employers are relatively conservative in recruiting new recruits. General work, more referral, the greater the chance of being applied for. This shows the importance of making more friends and expanding interpersonal skills;
 
5. Through the human intermediary company, like the well-known human intermediary has: SeIect, Westaff and so on, you just go to their company to fill in resumes, interviews, their company has a job shortage database, like the human bank, do not charge any fees, when you have a job, your salary will be a small part of the manpower intermediary company (about your hourly salary of 1 or 2 pieces will fall into the pocket of the human intermediary company), as long as you pay attention to find a legitimate human intermediary company everyone will not suffer.
 
6. The Government's Ministry of Labour has employment counselling centres in many major cities to help local residents solve employment problems. The addresses and telephone numbers of these centres can be found in the telephone book, and in addition to providing services such as job search or vocational training free of charge, bulletin boards also post information on the search for talents, and job seekers should provide their names, addresses, age backgrounds, jobs they wish to do, treatment and so on. In the event of a suitable job, the Employment Counselling Centre will notify the interview, and for job seekers with poor language skills, the Employment Counselling Centre will also find translators and middle interpreters.
   
Taken together, it's a lot easier to get a job. But to remind everyone, don't be afraid to be rejected, this is a normal thing. Try more, try more for chances so you can succeed.
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I share 6 methods so that you can find a job easily in New Zealand. Channels for these sources of information include:

1. Buy a local newspaper. A large number of posts will be published in newspapers on Wednesdays and Saturdays;

2. Related recruitment sites Trademe, nzherald, seek, hays-hps, nzjobs, etc.;
 
3. The company's website, New Zealand's general size companies will be directly on the official website to update their talent needs. This is also the most direct channel of contact with employers;
 
4. Make more friends, expand your network, tell friends that you are looking for a job, tell them to introduce, someone to introduce is really a lot easier, Asians are full of enthusiasm, will be willing to help. New Zealand's domestic demand is relatively small because the country's overall economy is as small as the country's. Coupled with the encouragement of tenure, employers are relatively conservative in recruiting new recruits. General work, more referral, the greater the chance of being applied for. This shows the importance of making more friends and expanding interpersonal skills;
 
5. Through the human intermediary company, like the well-known human intermediary has: SeIect, Westaff and so on, you just go to their company to fill in resumes, interviews, their company has a job shortage database, like the human bank, do not charge any fees, when you have a job, your salary will be a small part of the manpower intermediary company (about your hourly salary of 1 or 2 pieces will fall into the pocket of the human intermediary company), as long as you pay attention to find a legitimate human intermediary company everyone will not suffer.
 
6. The Government's Ministry of Labour has employment counselling centres in many major cities to help local residents solve employment problems. The addresses and telephone numbers of these centres can be found in the telephone book, and in addition to providing services such as job search or vocational training free of charge, bulletin boards also post information on the search for talents, and job seekers should provide their names, addresses, age backgrounds, jobs they wish to do, treatment and so on. In the event of a suitable job, the Employment Counselling Centre will notify the interview, and for job seekers with poor language skills, the Employment Counselling Centre will also find translators and middle interpreters.
   
Taken together, it's a lot easier to get a job. But to remind everyone, don't be afraid to be rejected, this is a normal thing. Try more, try more for chances so you can succeed.
   
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The new English word for the little boy is Master

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 564 views • 2020-12-22 03:40 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand has some traditional Use of English, for example, for underage men under the age of 18 (we collectively refer to boys) who are not in society, New Zealand English can add a "title" before their name, which is the Master to be introduced in this article.

For the vast majority of Chinese friends, master is either understood as a "master's degree" or as a "master" in an industry.

But there are plenty of places in New Zealand that automatically add a tribute to little boys, especially those under the age of 12, Master.

For example, if the guardian takes the little boy to the bank to open a bank children's savings account (which is allowed in New Zealand), the child's title is preceded by a Master, plus the child's name. For example, when you buy a plane ticket, the title of the little boy on the ticket is Master.

The title, which does not reach "adulthood" until the age of 18, is replaced by the title of Mr. (Mister).

We sometimes see little boys in formal dresses in funny (or light-hearted) movies and TV shows, and it's actually naughty for adults to call them "Mister." Orthodox English, if you really need to respect these children, call him Master.

The little girl is not so elegant, married not married, from a few months to a teenager, are called Miss. view all
New Zealand has some traditional Use of English, for example, for underage men under the age of 18 (we collectively refer to boys) who are not in society, New Zealand English can add a "title" before their name, which is the Master to be introduced in this article.

For the vast majority of Chinese friends, master is either understood as a "master's degree" or as a "master" in an industry.

But there are plenty of places in New Zealand that automatically add a tribute to little boys, especially those under the age of 12, Master.

For example, if the guardian takes the little boy to the bank to open a bank children's savings account (which is allowed in New Zealand), the child's title is preceded by a Master, plus the child's name. For example, when you buy a plane ticket, the title of the little boy on the ticket is Master.

The title, which does not reach "adulthood" until the age of 18, is replaced by the title of Mr. (Mister).

We sometimes see little boys in formal dresses in funny (or light-hearted) movies and TV shows, and it's actually naughty for adults to call them "Mister." Orthodox English, if you really need to respect these children, call him Master.

The little girl is not so elegant, married not married, from a few months to a teenager, are called Miss.
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New Zealand street drug "bath salt" bath salts

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 503 views • 2020-12-22 03:27 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand's drug problem is not widespread, but the category can be "really a lot" (here refers to a lot of really not a good thing meaning), look at the New Zealand website has been encycloded with a lot of New Zealand can see the drug knowledge, this article will introduce another, "bath salt", the name comes from the English common name bath salts.

The real ingredient of bath salts is Synthetic cathinones, which translates Chinese as "synthetic cassitones".

It's not really bath salts, it's a synthetic chemical that looks very similar to bath salts, so it's called bath salts. In addition, the goods have several other strange names, such as "research chemicals" research chemicals, "yellow flower" flakka, more interesting also called "yu" meow meow.

Bath Salt, a new synthetic drug, appears in the hands of drug dealers in New Zealand in the form of pills, capsules or powders and crystals;

However, in the synthetic cassitone, there is a "methyl cassitone", which is similar in chemical structure to the infamous methamphetamine, and also has central nervous excitability, as well as special psychedelic effects;

In New Zealand, bath salts, a drug that is mainly prevalent among young people, appear and sell in various disguises in nightclubs, bombshells, KTVs, etc.;

After taking drugs containing "bath salt" ingredients, the body will be more excited, hallucinations, pleasure and impulses, and in the next few days, the side effects of the effects of the drug appear, will cause the takeer anxiety, depression, difficulty falling asleep, temper, distraction and other problems. Excessive over-intake of excessive doses can be more life-threatening.

The New Zealand Government's crackdown on drugs is still relatively strong in Western countries, but because of these emerging synthetic synthetic drugs, can be produced for a slight change in its processing process, is the main active ingredients of the same efficacy but chemical molecular changes, so that drug enforcement and customs more headache; view all
New Zealand's drug problem is not widespread, but the category can be "really a lot" (here refers to a lot of really not a good thing meaning), look at the New Zealand website has been encycloded with a lot of New Zealand can see the drug knowledge, this article will introduce another, "bath salt", the name comes from the English common name bath salts.

The real ingredient of bath salts is Synthetic cathinones, which translates Chinese as "synthetic cassitones".

It's not really bath salts, it's a synthetic chemical that looks very similar to bath salts, so it's called bath salts. In addition, the goods have several other strange names, such as "research chemicals" research chemicals, "yellow flower" flakka, more interesting also called "yu" meow meow.

Bath Salt, a new synthetic drug, appears in the hands of drug dealers in New Zealand in the form of pills, capsules or powders and crystals;

However, in the synthetic cassitone, there is a "methyl cassitone", which is similar in chemical structure to the infamous methamphetamine, and also has central nervous excitability, as well as special psychedelic effects;

In New Zealand, bath salts, a drug that is mainly prevalent among young people, appear and sell in various disguises in nightclubs, bombshells, KTVs, etc.;

After taking drugs containing "bath salt" ingredients, the body will be more excited, hallucinations, pleasure and impulses, and in the next few days, the side effects of the effects of the drug appear, will cause the takeer anxiety, depression, difficulty falling asleep, temper, distraction and other problems. Excessive over-intake of excessive doses can be more life-threatening.

The New Zealand Government's crackdown on drugs is still relatively strong in Western countries, but because of these emerging synthetic synthetic drugs, can be produced for a slight change in its processing process, is the main active ingredients of the same efficacy but chemical molecular changes, so that drug enforcement and customs more headache;
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The knowledge of the nationality of New Zealand-born babies:

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 501 views • 2020-12-22 03:23 • added this tag no more than 24h

The knowledge of the nationality of New Zealand-born babies:

If both parents are New Zealand citizens/residents, the child is a New Zealand citizen
If one of the parents is a New Zealand citizen/resident, the child is a New Zealand citizen
If both parents are not New Zealand citizens/residents, the child will adopt the citizenship of the parents. In such cases, the parents of the newborn must report their birth status to their nationality at an embassy or consulate in New Zealand, apply for a national passport for the infant, and the infant may be legally resident with the parent's visa status at immigration in New Zealand
With a big belly to New Zealand "tourist son", newborns will not get New Zealand citizenship. view all
The knowledge of the nationality of New Zealand-born babies:

If both parents are New Zealand citizens/residents, the child is a New Zealand citizen
If one of the parents is a New Zealand citizen/resident, the child is a New Zealand citizen
If both parents are not New Zealand citizens/residents, the child will adopt the citizenship of the parents. In such cases, the parents of the newborn must report their birth status to their nationality at an embassy or consulate in New Zealand, apply for a national passport for the infant, and the infant may be legally resident with the parent's visa status at immigration in New Zealand
With a big belly to New Zealand "tourist son", newborns will not get New Zealand citizenship.
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What New Zealand debt collection staff can and can't do, 10 things you must know

Gabriela wrote the post • 0 comments • 538 views • 2020-12-22 03:20 • added this tag no more than 24h

If you have a debt dispute with another person or entity and the debt is outstanding, New Zealand can legally ask the debt collector to collect the debt. If you are a debtor, you will be pursued; So what can debt trackers (companies) do when pursuing debt? What can't you do?

First came a New Zealand steel-like law on debt collection: debt collectors can only contact the person (or entity) being pursued if necessary and for reasonable reasons.

What is a reasonable reason? Reasonable reasons include:

The debtor is required to pay off the debt
Create or review a repayment plan
Find out why the party being pursued has not followed the agreed repayment plan
The debt collector can only "visit" the debtor through the debtor's address if he is unable to contact the debtor by telephone, mail or e-mail, i.e., if the debt collector contacts the debtor by telephone or e-mail, it is illegal for the collector not to come to the door to collect the debt unless the debtor has personally agreed to "talk to the door"
The following laws must be observed whether the debt collector is entrusted, whether he or she has purchased non-performing debts to collect them in person as a creditor, or if the debt of the creditor who has been collected has been fined:

When dealing with the collection party or his or her family, you may not use unreasonable harassment or disturbance to exert pressure on the debtor
You may not force your way into a house or garage
In the absence of a real legal justification, words are used to deceive, induce, or initiate court action against the debtor
Special circumstances may not be used for collection in cases where the debtor is physically injured or disabled
Information about the debtor's debts may not be shared with his colleagues, family and friends without the debtor's consent
Accurate information can and must be provided to credit reporting agencies and no false information may be provided (e.g., debt figures in excess of actual arrears)
If the "debt collector" (the party who owes the money) discovers any of the above-mentioned misconduct by the debt collector, he or she can immediately call the police and let the police expel the debt collector.

If the debt is challenged by the party who is being held to be inaccuracies (or if you have filed for a debt distress-bankruptcy application), the debt collector must stop collecting claims until these issues are resolved. view all
If you have a debt dispute with another person or entity and the debt is outstanding, New Zealand can legally ask the debt collector to collect the debt. If you are a debtor, you will be pursued; So what can debt trackers (companies) do when pursuing debt? What can't you do?

First came a New Zealand steel-like law on debt collection: debt collectors can only contact the person (or entity) being pursued if necessary and for reasonable reasons.

What is a reasonable reason? Reasonable reasons include:

The debtor is required to pay off the debt
Create or review a repayment plan
Find out why the party being pursued has not followed the agreed repayment plan
The debt collector can only "visit" the debtor through the debtor's address if he is unable to contact the debtor by telephone, mail or e-mail, i.e., if the debt collector contacts the debtor by telephone or e-mail, it is illegal for the collector not to come to the door to collect the debt unless the debtor has personally agreed to "talk to the door"
The following laws must be observed whether the debt collector is entrusted, whether he or she has purchased non-performing debts to collect them in person as a creditor, or if the debt of the creditor who has been collected has been fined:

When dealing with the collection party or his or her family, you may not use unreasonable harassment or disturbance to exert pressure on the debtor
You may not force your way into a house or garage
In the absence of a real legal justification, words are used to deceive, induce, or initiate court action against the debtor
Special circumstances may not be used for collection in cases where the debtor is physically injured or disabled
Information about the debtor's debts may not be shared with his colleagues, family and friends without the debtor's consent
Accurate information can and must be provided to credit reporting agencies and no false information may be provided (e.g., debt figures in excess of actual arrears)
If the "debt collector" (the party who owes the money) discovers any of the above-mentioned misconduct by the debt collector, he or she can immediately call the police and let the police expel the debt collector.

If the debt is challenged by the party who is being held to be inaccuracies (or if you have filed for a debt distress-bankruptcy application), the debt collector must stop collecting claims until these issues are resolved.
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Waikato River Trails full map and guide highly recommend

Harmon wrote the post • 0 comments • 536 views • 2020-12-22 03:17 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand's spring, summer, and the autumn festival is the most suitable for mountain bike riding on the forest path sports time, riding on the mountain bike, not only can greatly expand the radius of the view but also can adjust the speed, so that the pace of browsing is completely in their own hands;

On New Zealand's North Island, there is a famous bike path in the Waikato area, in the heart of the North Island, with bike paths that run through the venatic grassland meadows and pristine forests, as well as plenty of wetlands and scenic leisure reserves. Unforgettable attractions include volcanic peaks and canyons, hydroelectric power stations and dams, suspension bridges, and riverside villages with cafes. A wealth of native creatures (including birds and plants) as well as a strong cultural and community spirit around the entire trail can greatly enrich the journey of cyclists.

How long is this bike path? More than 100 kilometers. Don't be afraid, though the distance is long, it doesn't make people have to ride it all (in a day); many people spend three or four days rolling the wheels forward and experiencing the beauty of nature.

What's more, most of the path is flat, and of course, there are a few terrains that are more challenging, so both juniors and senior friends can come here to find their own fun. More than 100 kilometers of bike lanes are roughly divided into five sections, with multiple landing points along the way, making it easy to provide custom journeys for most people's rides, while commuter ferry rides, accommodation, cafes, and bike rentals make logistics easy.

As mentioned earlier, the Wikato River bike path is divided into five sections; These lakes are not natural and are formed in lakes that converge after a series of dams built between 1924 and 1966;

Cyclists can ride in either direction, but for most parts of the road, cyclists spontaneously travel from north to south;

Riding on this more than 100 kilometers of bike paths, neither fear of poisonous monsters nor worry about entering the deserted place bicycle damage appeared "call every day should not call the ground not good" embarrassing scene. Rest assured boldly ride forward, along the way there are fellow people, tired, rest in place, eat, drink and drink not under the words. The 103km driveway can be completed in 2-4 days and local bike companies will assist in the "logistics" of transport and other related personal items;

More people choose "day trip", that is, only a part of this lane riding, turn a circle is also good, rented bicycles returned from another place, are free choice.

The five parts are as follows:

Karapiro (Pokaiwhenua Bridge—Arapuni Village/Suspension Bridge)

11.5km, Grade 3/intermediate, 1–2 hours。

Arapuni (Arapuni Village—Waipapa Dam)

34.6km, Grade 4/advanced, 3–4 hours。

Waipapa (Waipapa Dam—Mangakino Lakefront)

19km, Grade 4/advanced, 2–3 hours。

Maraetai (Mangakino Lakefront—Whakamaru Dam)

12km, Grade 3/intermediate, 1-2 hours (simplest paragraph)

Whakamaru (Whakamaru Dam—Atiamuri Village)

26km, Grade 3/intermediate, 2–4 hours。

There are cell phone signals throughout the bike path, and in the event of a cycling accident or accidental injury, there is no need to worry about not being unavailable to make a phone call. In addition, every other section has a toilet, do not have to consider whether it will be "stool everywhere" problem. Tickets? Nature is free, if you have your own bike, as far as renting a bike, about a few dozen pieces a day, it is not very cheap.

A cycling map is included:
 
https://nzcycletrail.com/asset ... 0.pdf view all
New Zealand's spring, summer, and the autumn festival is the most suitable for mountain bike riding on the forest path sports time, riding on the mountain bike, not only can greatly expand the radius of the view but also can adjust the speed, so that the pace of browsing is completely in their own hands;

On New Zealand's North Island, there is a famous bike path in the Waikato area, in the heart of the North Island, with bike paths that run through the venatic grassland meadows and pristine forests, as well as plenty of wetlands and scenic leisure reserves. Unforgettable attractions include volcanic peaks and canyons, hydroelectric power stations and dams, suspension bridges, and riverside villages with cafes. A wealth of native creatures (including birds and plants) as well as a strong cultural and community spirit around the entire trail can greatly enrich the journey of cyclists.

How long is this bike path? More than 100 kilometers. Don't be afraid, though the distance is long, it doesn't make people have to ride it all (in a day); many people spend three or four days rolling the wheels forward and experiencing the beauty of nature.

What's more, most of the path is flat, and of course, there are a few terrains that are more challenging, so both juniors and senior friends can come here to find their own fun. More than 100 kilometers of bike lanes are roughly divided into five sections, with multiple landing points along the way, making it easy to provide custom journeys for most people's rides, while commuter ferry rides, accommodation, cafes, and bike rentals make logistics easy.

As mentioned earlier, the Wikato River bike path is divided into five sections; These lakes are not natural and are formed in lakes that converge after a series of dams built between 1924 and 1966;

Cyclists can ride in either direction, but for most parts of the road, cyclists spontaneously travel from north to south;

Riding on this more than 100 kilometers of bike paths, neither fear of poisonous monsters nor worry about entering the deserted place bicycle damage appeared "call every day should not call the ground not good" embarrassing scene. Rest assured boldly ride forward, along the way there are fellow people, tired, rest in place, eat, drink and drink not under the words. The 103km driveway can be completed in 2-4 days and local bike companies will assist in the "logistics" of transport and other related personal items;

More people choose "day trip", that is, only a part of this lane riding, turn a circle is also good, rented bicycles returned from another place, are free choice.

The five parts are as follows:

Karapiro (Pokaiwhenua Bridge—Arapuni Village/Suspension Bridge)

11.5km, Grade 3/intermediate, 1–2 hours。

Arapuni (Arapuni Village—Waipapa Dam)

34.6km, Grade 4/advanced, 3–4 hours。

Waipapa (Waipapa Dam—Mangakino Lakefront)

19km, Grade 4/advanced, 2–3 hours。

Maraetai (Mangakino Lakefront—Whakamaru Dam)

12km, Grade 3/intermediate, 1-2 hours (simplest paragraph)

Whakamaru (Whakamaru Dam—Atiamuri Village)

26km, Grade 3/intermediate, 2–4 hours。

There are cell phone signals throughout the bike path, and in the event of a cycling accident or accidental injury, there is no need to worry about not being unavailable to make a phone call. In addition, every other section has a toilet, do not have to consider whether it will be "stool everywhere" problem. Tickets? Nature is free, if you have your own bike, as far as renting a bike, about a few dozen pieces a day, it is not very cheap.

A cycling map is included:
 
https://nzcycletrail.com/asset ... 0.pdf
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New Zealand slang that is common in summer

Harmon wrote the post • 0 comments • 521 views • 2020-12-22 01:44 • added this tag no more than 24h

Summer is coming, the sun beach white clouds, especially in the context of the new crown pneumonia ravaged the northern hemisphere, this year New Zealanders have nowhere to go, can only "domestic tour." So this year you've had a much less chance of meeting international visitors in New Zealand's popular tourist attractions, full of "locals", learning a little bit of new Zealand slang commonly used in the summer, greeting locals while playing, joining their conversation, and making the grey end of 2020 a bit of a positive taste.

Summer Kiwi Slang

Chilly bin carry-on/car Xiaoice box
Togs swimwear
Jandals word drag
Buggered tired of playing, out of strength
bach/crib holiday cottage
Chur thank you, equal to tanks
Hokey-pokey is one of New Zealanders' favorite ice cream flavors
Stubbie for a bottle of beer
Tramping countryside walking adventure
It doesn good t matter, I don't mind
Sweet as stick
Choice as is great
Bring a plate dinner with one dish for everyone
you right? You okay?
Kia Ora Maori greeting view all
Summer is coming, the sun beach white clouds, especially in the context of the new crown pneumonia ravaged the northern hemisphere, this year New Zealanders have nowhere to go, can only "domestic tour." So this year you've had a much less chance of meeting international visitors in New Zealand's popular tourist attractions, full of "locals", learning a little bit of new Zealand slang commonly used in the summer, greeting locals while playing, joining their conversation, and making the grey end of 2020 a bit of a positive taste.

Summer Kiwi Slang

Chilly bin carry-on/car Xiaoice box
Togs swimwear
Jandals word drag
Buggered tired of playing, out of strength
bach/crib holiday cottage
Chur thank you, equal to tanks
Hokey-pokey is one of New Zealanders' favorite ice cream flavors
Stubbie for a bottle of beer
Tramping countryside walking adventure
It doesn good t matter, I don't mind
Sweet as stick
Choice as is great
Bring a plate dinner with one dish for everyone
you right? You okay?
Kia Ora Maori greeting
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Returns Regulations in the New Zealand Consumer Fair Trading Principles

Harmon wrote the post • 0 comments • 536 views • 2020-12-22 01:39 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand uses the law to protect buyers and sellers in fair trade, and it is generally accepted that New Zealand law is more protective of consumers. Especially in terms of "returns", New Zealand merchants in the long-term practice, do a more in place;

Of course, for merchants, the sale of goods, is happy, the goods have been sold back, is sad, some of New Zealand's large-scale well-known businesses, for returns "REFUND" principle is "brainless", do not ask consumer reasons, as long as you want to return, merchants check whether the return of goods are complete, no obvious damage, no problem on the return.

Small businesses, in the return of the "inner play" is relatively rich, small business resources are scarce, goods and services profit margins are not high, returns are naturally hand-shaking pain, but no way, New Zealand's Consumer Guarantees Act (CGA) provides that consumers can get exchange, return or free repair services in the following situations:

The item in question
Service is not in place
Delivery delays
Unidentified code list price
When the above problems arise, the merchant must deal with them unconditionally in accordance with the reasonable request made by the consumer, otherwise, the consumer will take the matter to court, and will undoubtedly lose out, not only to compensate goods and services (or refunds), but also to bear the legal costs, time costs and possible costs of moral damages.

Of course, the word fair, very important, can not treat consumers as "spoiled children", merchants are also people-run, can not bully people right. Therefore, the consumer protection law also provides that the following cases, merchants do not need to "non-refundable."

Consumers change their minds
The goods were intentionally or unintentionally damaged by the consumer
The consumer's failure to install or use the product in accordance with the instructions for use caused damage to the product
After repairing it elsewhere, the consumer returns it to the merchant where it was originally sold for a refund
If this happens, the merchant can politely and firmly refuse to return the goods, even if the consumer complains or versus the court, the merchant is justified.

In order to avoid consumers in the consumer transaction process, "not informed in advance" as a reason to diss merchants, the New Zealand Business Department recommends that merchants print the following instructions in advance, posted on the cash register, store, website, printed on the receipt, or posted on the courier box to inform consumers: "Please read our refund terms in detail, if you do not agree, please return the goods." view all
New Zealand uses the law to protect buyers and sellers in fair trade, and it is generally accepted that New Zealand law is more protective of consumers. Especially in terms of "returns", New Zealand merchants in the long-term practice, do a more in place;

Of course, for merchants, the sale of goods, is happy, the goods have been sold back, is sad, some of New Zealand's large-scale well-known businesses, for returns "REFUND" principle is "brainless", do not ask consumer reasons, as long as you want to return, merchants check whether the return of goods are complete, no obvious damage, no problem on the return.

Small businesses, in the return of the "inner play" is relatively rich, small business resources are scarce, goods and services profit margins are not high, returns are naturally hand-shaking pain, but no way, New Zealand's Consumer Guarantees Act (CGA) provides that consumers can get exchange, return or free repair services in the following situations:

The item in question
Service is not in place
Delivery delays
Unidentified code list price
When the above problems arise, the merchant must deal with them unconditionally in accordance with the reasonable request made by the consumer, otherwise, the consumer will take the matter to court, and will undoubtedly lose out, not only to compensate goods and services (or refunds), but also to bear the legal costs, time costs and possible costs of moral damages.

Of course, the word fair, very important, can not treat consumers as "spoiled children", merchants are also people-run, can not bully people right. Therefore, the consumer protection law also provides that the following cases, merchants do not need to "non-refundable."

Consumers change their minds
The goods were intentionally or unintentionally damaged by the consumer
The consumer's failure to install or use the product in accordance with the instructions for use caused damage to the product
After repairing it elsewhere, the consumer returns it to the merchant where it was originally sold for a refund
If this happens, the merchant can politely and firmly refuse to return the goods, even if the consumer complains or versus the court, the merchant is justified.

In order to avoid consumers in the consumer transaction process, "not informed in advance" as a reason to diss merchants, the New Zealand Business Department recommends that merchants print the following instructions in advance, posted on the cash register, store, website, printed on the receipt, or posted on the courier box to inform consumers: "Please read our refund terms in detail, if you do not agree, please return the goods."
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How to cancel GST Account Registration in 2021

Harmon wrote the post • 0 comments • 514 views • 2020-12-22 01:33 • added this tag no more than 24h

In New Zealand, any form of business, including a company, self-employed person, or partnership, that has earned more than NZ$60,000 (NZ$60,000) over the past 12 months, or is expected to be over the next twelve months, must register for the GST tax number and read several articles in the knowledge base on the New Zealand website. "Turning the other way, when a company's annual turnover or an estimated turnover of less than NZ$60,000 over the next 12 months, a company that has registered a GST may choose to retain its tax registration or cancel the GST registration with the IRD (which does not affect the company's operation and will simplify the company's tax problems to some extent)."

Of course, this is rare, and more often than not, when the company is ready to close (stop operating), New Zealand law requires that GST registration be canceled and all taxes receivable and payable be cleared before it can proceed.

How do I cancel the registration of the GST?

First, let's look at some of the rules and obligations that must be followed to write off the GST:

1, when the business needs to write off the GST because of the closure, the company's remaining assets if need to be converted to personal use, according to market value to calculate their "residual value" contained in the GST, for this part of the GST business needs to make a final declaration

2, the IRD will require merchants to keep all tax receipts for seven years even after the GST is written off unless the company is closing the door

3. After the cancellation of GST, the undeclared portion of the tax activity that occurred before the write-off date still needs to be reported to the GST and taxed according to the amount, or tax refunded

Well, after reading the rules and obligations that need to be followed, enter the "cancel" link. Two methods are the simplest:

1, log on to the IRD's website, go to myIR, click on your company's GST Account, then click Onsl Account Registration, and then follow the prompt step by step

2. Call the Inland Revenue Department (not recommended, long waiting time, and inconvenient) 0800 377 776

If you don't hear well, you can also write an e-mail to [email protected] (not in English, but in the ear). view all
In New Zealand, any form of business, including a company, self-employed person, or partnership, that has earned more than NZ$60,000 (NZ$60,000) over the past 12 months, or is expected to be over the next twelve months, must register for the GST tax number and read several articles in the knowledge base on the New Zealand website. "Turning the other way, when a company's annual turnover or an estimated turnover of less than NZ$60,000 over the next 12 months, a company that has registered a GST may choose to retain its tax registration or cancel the GST registration with the IRD (which does not affect the company's operation and will simplify the company's tax problems to some extent)."

Of course, this is rare, and more often than not, when the company is ready to close (stop operating), New Zealand law requires that GST registration be canceled and all taxes receivable and payable be cleared before it can proceed.

How do I cancel the registration of the GST?

First, let's look at some of the rules and obligations that must be followed to write off the GST:

1, when the business needs to write off the GST because of the closure, the company's remaining assets if need to be converted to personal use, according to market value to calculate their "residual value" contained in the GST, for this part of the GST business needs to make a final declaration

2, the IRD will require merchants to keep all tax receipts for seven years even after the GST is written off unless the company is closing the door

3. After the cancellation of GST, the undeclared portion of the tax activity that occurred before the write-off date still needs to be reported to the GST and taxed according to the amount, or tax refunded

Well, after reading the rules and obligations that need to be followed, enter the "cancel" link. Two methods are the simplest:

1, log on to the IRD's website, go to myIR, click on your company's GST Account, then click Onsl Account Registration, and then follow the prompt step by step

2. Call the Inland Revenue Department (not recommended, long waiting time, and inconvenient) 0800 377 776

If you don't hear well, you can also write an e-mail to [email protected] (not in English, but in the ear).
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Royal Mercy and Amnesty for Criminal Justice of New Zealand

Harmon wrote the post • 0 comments • 501 views • 2020-12-22 01:26 • added this tag no more than 24h

The word "royal" has been exerting a sustained influence on New Zealand's laws, property, policy, diplomacy, etc. since the British colonists brought to New Zealand a hundred years ago, and although the word "royal" (or Royal in English) has been gradually diluted in the new generation, the word "royal" has been said to make people from Commonwealth countries such as New Zealand unconsciously "take it seriously".
 


New Zealand is a country of law, social order, the normal maintenance of economic development requires a variety of laws to determine right and wrong (of course, many things are right and wrong), especially in the criminal aspect, New Zealand's criminal justice system is to ensure that the society can move forward safely and smoothly, but is there a "beyond the criminal law" ability? Yes, this is an important safeguard in new Zealand's criminal justice system in the Constitution, the "Royal Mercy Privilege".

The Royal Pregative of Mercy in English.

The advent of "beyond criminal law" is actually a statement, not that the privilege of royal pardons can interfere with the normal criminal justice system, but that it provides a special way for New Zealanders to be wrongly convicted or sentenced by the justice system in criminal cases; Article 406 provides for the exercise of royal prerogatives to re-transfer cases to the courts for retrial.

On 1 July 2020, a major change took place when the Governor of New Zealand stopped using the "Royal Mercy Privilege" trial in criminal justice cases. Those who want to reopen criminal cases can no longer go to the Governor to "complaint" the case, and the Criminal Cases Review Commission CCRC has been given the power from the Governor of New Zealand to re-take over criminal convictions and penalties and to decide whether to return them to court.

However, the Royal Mercy Privilege, although the right to re-ask the court to hear a conviction and sentence has been handed over to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, still retains the powers to grant a free or conditional pardon, suspend the execution of any sentence, or remit a sentence. This translates as granting a free or conditional pardon, terminating the execution of any trial criminal law or mitigating the sentence.

Therefore, even if the CCRC does not give the decision to retrial and re-sentence, the person receiving the criminal penalty still has one last way, that is, to "file a complaint", to contact the Secretariat of the Governor of New Zealand, to appeal and defend his case, and to obtain an "amnesty" granted by the Governor of New Zealand in the event that you consider there to be a clear judicial injustice. (Most recently, royal pardons given by the Governor-General of New Zealand have been extremely rare and are usually considered only if there is compelling new evidence that a person has not been properly convicted.) ) view all
The word "royal" has been exerting a sustained influence on New Zealand's laws, property, policy, diplomacy, etc. since the British colonists brought to New Zealand a hundred years ago, and although the word "royal" (or Royal in English) has been gradually diluted in the new generation, the word "royal" has been said to make people from Commonwealth countries such as New Zealand unconsciously "take it seriously".
 


New Zealand is a country of law, social order, the normal maintenance of economic development requires a variety of laws to determine right and wrong (of course, many things are right and wrong), especially in the criminal aspect, New Zealand's criminal justice system is to ensure that the society can move forward safely and smoothly, but is there a "beyond the criminal law" ability? Yes, this is an important safeguard in new Zealand's criminal justice system in the Constitution, the "Royal Mercy Privilege".

The Royal Pregative of Mercy in English.

The advent of "beyond criminal law" is actually a statement, not that the privilege of royal pardons can interfere with the normal criminal justice system, but that it provides a special way for New Zealanders to be wrongly convicted or sentenced by the justice system in criminal cases; Article 406 provides for the exercise of royal prerogatives to re-transfer cases to the courts for retrial.

On 1 July 2020, a major change took place when the Governor of New Zealand stopped using the "Royal Mercy Privilege" trial in criminal justice cases. Those who want to reopen criminal cases can no longer go to the Governor to "complaint" the case, and the Criminal Cases Review Commission CCRC has been given the power from the Governor of New Zealand to re-take over criminal convictions and penalties and to decide whether to return them to court.

However, the Royal Mercy Privilege, although the right to re-ask the court to hear a conviction and sentence has been handed over to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, still retains the powers to grant a free or conditional pardon, suspend the execution of any sentence, or remit a sentence. This translates as granting a free or conditional pardon, terminating the execution of any trial criminal law or mitigating the sentence.

Therefore, even if the CCRC does not give the decision to retrial and re-sentence, the person receiving the criminal penalty still has one last way, that is, to "file a complaint", to contact the Secretariat of the Governor of New Zealand, to appeal and defend his case, and to obtain an "amnesty" granted by the Governor of New Zealand in the event that you consider there to be a clear judicial injustice. (Most recently, royal pardons given by the Governor-General of New Zealand have been extremely rare and are usually considered only if there is compelling new evidence that a person has not been properly convicted.) )
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New Zealand's drinking day, Rate Day

Harmon wrote the post • 0 comments • 505 views • 2020-12-22 01:25 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealanders per capita consumption of alcohol is not low, the country is usually relatively lonely, so many New Zealanders like to drink a few mouthfuls, whether it is beer cider, or red wine and spirits. New Zealand news reports of a variety of drink-driving, drink-driving incidents, the road is also a lot of drink-driving accidents, but this does not affect New Zealanders love alcohol. As we enter summer each year, New Zealand has a special small festival called Drinking Day, which is known in English as Crate Day.

In fact, Drinking Day is not a long-established festival, it first appeared in 2009, by a radio station driven by the birth. Of course, how could the alcohol industry let go of this potential opportunity, and with the hype, the day soon became more and more popular.

Crate Day refers to new Zealand's first weekend of the summer each year (six days and two days), but in fact, since New Zealand's spring and summer communication is not obvious, so although there are officially selected dates, but in fact everyone is fighting on their own, anyway, drink well, have fun, is the most important.

But every year, on drinking day, police and emergency doctors get a headache, as the festival becomes more and more popular, with a "small spike" in domestic violence, random street violence and drink-driving incidents in New Zealand. New Zealand police statistics show that on drinking-day weekends, domestic violence incidents are 20 to 30 percent higher than on weekdays. view all
New Zealanders per capita consumption of alcohol is not low, the country is usually relatively lonely, so many New Zealanders like to drink a few mouthfuls, whether it is beer cider, or red wine and spirits. New Zealand news reports of a variety of drink-driving, drink-driving incidents, the road is also a lot of drink-driving accidents, but this does not affect New Zealanders love alcohol. As we enter summer each year, New Zealand has a special small festival called Drinking Day, which is known in English as Crate Day.

In fact, Drinking Day is not a long-established festival, it first appeared in 2009, by a radio station driven by the birth. Of course, how could the alcohol industry let go of this potential opportunity, and with the hype, the day soon became more and more popular.

Crate Day refers to new Zealand's first weekend of the summer each year (six days and two days), but in fact, since New Zealand's spring and summer communication is not obvious, so although there are officially selected dates, but in fact everyone is fighting on their own, anyway, drink well, have fun, is the most important.

But every year, on drinking day, police and emergency doctors get a headache, as the festival becomes more and more popular, with a "small spike" in domestic violence, random street violence and drink-driving incidents in New Zealand. New Zealand police statistics show that on drinking-day weekends, domestic violence incidents are 20 to 30 percent higher than on weekdays.
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Full 10 steps for applying for New Zealand PR (Permanent Resident Status)

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Typically, a complete sequence of technical migrations is: EOI -> DS -> ITA -> SC -> SPC -> AIP -> Residence -> Permanet Residence->Citizen

1、EOI。

Expression of Interest is an assessment form that the applicant completes on its own terms and submits to the EOI Pool of the Immigration Service, which, of course, does not process any EOI of the applicant if the form is submitted only but is not paid as requested by the Immigration Department. There are two ways to submit an EOI form: paper-based EOI mail immigration, which costs $560NZD, and online submission of an EOI form through the immigration website, which costs $440NZD. Fill in online at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/secure/.htm

2、DS。

DS, when EOI is selected, is in the DS state. Every two weeks, the USCIS draws EOI from applicants from around the world according to the criteria set in the candidate pool (EOI Pool), and then arranges the EOI Officer of the relevant Lynch Office to evaluate and conduct the relevant survey according to the applicant's geographical location, mainly to investigate the authenticity of the applicant's relevant information, etc., if EOIOfficer, after judging that the applicant is eligible to submit his immigration application, will send an invitation letter to THEA (Invitation to Apply) to the applicant, and the applicant's status will be updated.

3、ITA。

ItA (Invitation to Apply), the applicant, upon receipt of THEA (perhaps via email or post), collects as complete as possible the formal immigration application form and related materials as required by ITA. The required materials are based on personal circumstances.

In general, the materials involved in skilled migration are:

(1) No proof of criminal record: all countries that have been for more than 12 months have no criminal record to be submitted, can go to the applicant's hukou police station and overseas national institutions;

(2) Birth certificate: can be processed at the police station where the applicant's hukou is located;

(3) Proof of work experience: employment contract, salary strip, work reference, annual income certificate, etc.

(4) Certificate of Education: If it is listed on the immigration website free of NZQA certification directly recognized academic qualifications can be submitted directly, otherwise you need to submit to the NZQA institutions for certification, and then submit a certification report to the Immigration Department.

Materials that need to be submitted to NZQA for academic certification include:

(a) Education, degree certificate;

(b) Original transcripts: if not in English, they need to be translated and submitted by a third-party translation agency;

(c) Certificates related to vocational skills (CCIE, MCSE, OCP);

(d) Certificates of training institutions;

(5) Medical and X-Ray Report: You need to go to an immigration certified member of Parliament or the relevant agency to have a medical examination, after the medical examination is completed, the report is sealed, the applicant can not open, if the applicant with Partner, Partner also needs to submit these reports;

(6) English ability: applicants are required to submit IELTS 6.5 results or other relevant materials to prove English ability, in general, if you obtain a diploma or more than Level 7 do not need to provide IELTS results, Level 7 or less work for one year can not provide IELTS results, but the visa officer still reserves the right to require IELTS results;

(7) Application fee: can be paid by Bank Draft or by providing Credit Card information;

(8) Proof of the relationship between the main applicant and the deputy applicant: provide materials to prove that the two have a stable relationship for at least 12 months, supporting materials from a joint account, family support letter, joint deposit, daily living expenses invoices, life photos and a series of materials that can prove the stable relationship between the two parties, married but also to submit a marriage certificate if the certificate is not in English, please translate first, notarization after submission;

4、AR。

AR (Application Received), where the Immigration Department receives the application form and related materials submitted by the applicant, and after deducting the application fee ($1550NZD in New Zealand, overseas applications depend on each branch office), the status of itA becomes AR.

5、SC。

Security Check, a New Zealand immigration agency commissioned to investigate an applicant's background, primarily to see if the applicant's background would endanger national security or whether he had a criminal history, among other things.

6、SPC。

SPC (Second Person Check), which typically includes Case Officer's Manager or a colleague doing routine reviews, etc.

7、AIP。

Approved In Principle, as the name suggests, is that the Immigration Department has approved the applicant's case in principle. Applicants will receive a letter requesting a passport and a $310 NZD from Migrant Levy Fee.

8、Residece。

The right of abode, which is not what we call a green card, is valid for 2 years;

9、Permanent Residence。

Commonly known as a green card, permanent return visa, New Zealand is currently the world's last country with a permanent return visa, there used to be an Australia, but in early 2007 canceled; Of course, there are other ways to get PR, and since it's not a very common method, this is not much to say, as detailed on the official website of Immigration New Zealand.

10、CS。

CS (Citizenship) means nationality, and a person who wants to apply for New Zealand citizenship needs to stay in New Zealand for at least 240 days per year for five consecutive years after obtaining PR, and a total of 1350 days for five years, meeting the above conditions to meet the basic conditions for applying for New Zealand citizenship. In addition, to apply for New Zealand citizenship, you need to be separated from Chinese nationality. view all
Typically, a complete sequence of technical migrations is: EOI -> DS -> ITA -> SC -> SPC -> AIP -> Residence -> Permanet Residence->Citizen

1、EOI。

Expression of Interest is an assessment form that the applicant completes on its own terms and submits to the EOI Pool of the Immigration Service, which, of course, does not process any EOI of the applicant if the form is submitted only but is not paid as requested by the Immigration Department. There are two ways to submit an EOI form: paper-based EOI mail immigration, which costs $560NZD, and online submission of an EOI form through the immigration website, which costs $440NZD. Fill in online at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/secure/.htm

2、DS。

DS, when EOI is selected, is in the DS state. Every two weeks, the USCIS draws EOI from applicants from around the world according to the criteria set in the candidate pool (EOI Pool), and then arranges the EOI Officer of the relevant Lynch Office to evaluate and conduct the relevant survey according to the applicant's geographical location, mainly to investigate the authenticity of the applicant's relevant information, etc., if EOIOfficer, after judging that the applicant is eligible to submit his immigration application, will send an invitation letter to THEA (Invitation to Apply) to the applicant, and the applicant's status will be updated.

3、ITA。

ItA (Invitation to Apply), the applicant, upon receipt of THEA (perhaps via email or post), collects as complete as possible the formal immigration application form and related materials as required by ITA. The required materials are based on personal circumstances.

In general, the materials involved in skilled migration are:

(1) No proof of criminal record: all countries that have been for more than 12 months have no criminal record to be submitted, can go to the applicant's hukou police station and overseas national institutions;

(2) Birth certificate: can be processed at the police station where the applicant's hukou is located;

(3) Proof of work experience: employment contract, salary strip, work reference, annual income certificate, etc.

(4) Certificate of Education: If it is listed on the immigration website free of NZQA certification directly recognized academic qualifications can be submitted directly, otherwise you need to submit to the NZQA institutions for certification, and then submit a certification report to the Immigration Department.

Materials that need to be submitted to NZQA for academic certification include:

(a) Education, degree certificate;

(b) Original transcripts: if not in English, they need to be translated and submitted by a third-party translation agency;

(c) Certificates related to vocational skills (CCIE, MCSE, OCP);

(d) Certificates of training institutions;

(5) Medical and X-Ray Report: You need to go to an immigration certified member of Parliament or the relevant agency to have a medical examination, after the medical examination is completed, the report is sealed, the applicant can not open, if the applicant with Partner, Partner also needs to submit these reports;

(6) English ability: applicants are required to submit IELTS 6.5 results or other relevant materials to prove English ability, in general, if you obtain a diploma or more than Level 7 do not need to provide IELTS results, Level 7 or less work for one year can not provide IELTS results, but the visa officer still reserves the right to require IELTS results;

(7) Application fee: can be paid by Bank Draft or by providing Credit Card information;

(8) Proof of the relationship between the main applicant and the deputy applicant: provide materials to prove that the two have a stable relationship for at least 12 months, supporting materials from a joint account, family support letter, joint deposit, daily living expenses invoices, life photos and a series of materials that can prove the stable relationship between the two parties, married but also to submit a marriage certificate if the certificate is not in English, please translate first, notarization after submission;

4、AR。

AR (Application Received), where the Immigration Department receives the application form and related materials submitted by the applicant, and after deducting the application fee ($1550NZD in New Zealand, overseas applications depend on each branch office), the status of itA becomes AR.

5、SC。

Security Check, a New Zealand immigration agency commissioned to investigate an applicant's background, primarily to see if the applicant's background would endanger national security or whether he had a criminal history, among other things.

6、SPC。

SPC (Second Person Check), which typically includes Case Officer's Manager or a colleague doing routine reviews, etc.

7、AIP。

Approved In Principle, as the name suggests, is that the Immigration Department has approved the applicant's case in principle. Applicants will receive a letter requesting a passport and a $310 NZD from Migrant Levy Fee.

8、Residece。

The right of abode, which is not what we call a green card, is valid for 2 years;

9、Permanent Residence。

Commonly known as a green card, permanent return visa, New Zealand is currently the world's last country with a permanent return visa, there used to be an Australia, but in early 2007 canceled; Of course, there are other ways to get PR, and since it's not a very common method, this is not much to say, as detailed on the official website of Immigration New Zealand.

10、CS。

CS (Citizenship) means nationality, and a person who wants to apply for New Zealand citizenship needs to stay in New Zealand for at least 240 days per year for five consecutive years after obtaining PR, and a total of 1350 days for five years, meeting the above conditions to meet the basic conditions for applying for New Zealand citizenship. In addition, to apply for New Zealand citizenship, you need to be separated from Chinese nationality.
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New Zealand 2021 Regional Anniversary Days

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Regional Anniversary Days, New Zealand 2021 local holiday

Wellington Day, Wellington Day, Monday, January 25
Monday, February 1, Auckland Day, Auckland
Monday, 1 February, Northern Territory Day, Northland
Nelson Day, Nelson, Monday, February 1
Buller anniversary day, Buller Day, Monday, February 1
Taranaki, Taranaki, Monday, 8 March
Monday, 22 March, Otago, Otago
Tuesday, April 6, Southern Territory Day, Southland
South Canterbury, South Canterbury, Monday, 27 September
Hawke's Bay, Hawke's Bay, Friday, October 22
Marlborough, Marlborough, Monday, 1 November
Canterbury, Canterbury, Friday, November 12
Monday, 29 November, Westland, Westland
Chatham Islands, Chatham Islands, Monday, 29 November
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Regional Anniversary Days, New Zealand 2021 local holiday

Wellington Day, Wellington Day, Monday, January 25
Monday, February 1, Auckland Day, Auckland
Monday, 1 February, Northern Territory Day, Northland
Nelson Day, Nelson, Monday, February 1
Buller anniversary day, Buller Day, Monday, February 1
Taranaki, Taranaki, Monday, 8 March
Monday, 22 March, Otago, Otago
Tuesday, April 6, Southern Territory Day, Southland
South Canterbury, South Canterbury, Monday, 27 September
Hawke's Bay, Hawke's Bay, Friday, October 22
Marlborough, Marlborough, Monday, 1 November
Canterbury, Canterbury, Friday, November 12
Monday, 29 November, Westland, Westland
Chatham Islands, Chatham Islands, Monday, 29 November
 
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New Zealand 2021 National Holiday

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New Zealand 2021 National Holiday

Friday, January 1, New Year's Day
Saturday, January 2, Day after New Year's Day (January 4)
Saturday, February 6, New Zealand National Day (Waitangi Day)
Friday, April 2, Good Friday, Good Friday
Easter Monday, April 5, Easter Monday
Sunday, April 25, ANZAC Day (Monday, April 26)
Monday, June 7, Queen's Birthday
Labour Day, Labour Day, Monday, October 25
Saturday, December 25, Christmas Day (December 27)
Boxing Day, Boxing Day, Sunday, December 26 (December 28)
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New Zealand 2021 National Holiday

Friday, January 1, New Year's Day
Saturday, January 2, Day after New Year's Day (January 4)
Saturday, February 6, New Zealand National Day (Waitangi Day)
Friday, April 2, Good Friday, Good Friday
Easter Monday, April 5, Easter Monday
Sunday, April 25, ANZAC Day (Monday, April 26)
Monday, June 7, Queen's Birthday
Labour Day, Labour Day, Monday, October 25
Saturday, December 25, Christmas Day (December 27)
Boxing Day, Boxing Day, Sunday, December 26 (December 28)
 
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Immigration New Zealand announced the implementation of the New Deal in mid-2021, WTR and other six categories of work sign cancellation

Esther wrote the post • 0 comments • 524 views • 2020-12-22 01:06 • added this tag no more than 24h

Immigration New Zealand has officially announced that it will introduce a new system of work visas in mid-2021, involving three reviews by immigration, employees and employers, replacing the current six temporary work visas. One of the biggest changes is that the new work visa application process will be led by an employer, who will have to go through three vetting processes if they wish to recruit a work visa holder who requires an employer's guarantee:
 


Applying to Immigration New Zealand for Employer Certification (employers are required to apply to Immigration New Zealand and pay the application fee) the employer check - approval in principle AIP
Job reviews are the original local market tests;

Work visa applicants, i.e. prospective employees, apply for a New Zealand work visa the migrant work check
All work visa applications will be approved after the approval of the three procedures mentioned above, involving three parties and three different vetting procedures, which greatly increases the cost and difficulty of hiring non-New Zealand natives.

When the new work visa policy comes into effect, the following six employer-guaranteed work visas will be replaced by a uniform temporary work visa (the common feature of these six replaced work visas is that all visas require an employer guarantee and can only work for the employer who guarantees them):

Essential Skills Work Visa Basic Skills Sign
Essential Skills Work Visa - Approved in principle Employer License for Overseas Employee Skills
Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Visa Merit Visa (Guaranteed by Trusted Employer)
Long Term Skill Shortage List Work Visa has long been short of skills
Silver Fern Job Search Visa Silver Visa (actually cancelled in 2019)
Silver Fern Practical Experience Visa Silver II Visa (which is almost gone)

After the implementation of the new temporary work visa policy, the open type of work visa will not be affected and will be implemented in accordance with the current policy (unaffected temporary work visa):

Seasonal workmarks Ford Seasonal Employer Limited Visa
Working holiday visa Working holiday schemes
Graduate Open Work Sign Post study Work Visa
Crew work visa Fishing Crew Work Visa
Religious worker work visa Religious Worker Work Visa
Special Purpose Work Visa Specific Purpose Work Visa
Spouse work visas, including spouse work visa Partnership guaranteed by work visa holders, New Zealanders, and student visa holders
Work visas issued for international or humanitarian reasons, such as family members of diplomats, consular and civil servants, and International or Humanitarian Reasons, a refugee or status claimer
The new work visa policy, due to be implemented in mid-2021, also includes other local adjustments, such as temporary work sign holders who earn less than the median wage in the same market position and must leave the country for at least one year after three years of service in New Zealand to have the opportunity to apply for a new visa. The new temporary work visa still records employer information, job and location as a necessary visa condition. If any of these changes are required, the visa holder will still need to apply for a change of visa conditions or a new visa view all
Immigration New Zealand has officially announced that it will introduce a new system of work visas in mid-2021, involving three reviews by immigration, employees and employers, replacing the current six temporary work visas. One of the biggest changes is that the new work visa application process will be led by an employer, who will have to go through three vetting processes if they wish to recruit a work visa holder who requires an employer's guarantee:
 


Applying to Immigration New Zealand for Employer Certification (employers are required to apply to Immigration New Zealand and pay the application fee) the employer check - approval in principle AIP
Job reviews are the original local market tests;

Work visa applicants, i.e. prospective employees, apply for a New Zealand work visa the migrant work check
All work visa applications will be approved after the approval of the three procedures mentioned above, involving three parties and three different vetting procedures, which greatly increases the cost and difficulty of hiring non-New Zealand natives.

When the new work visa policy comes into effect, the following six employer-guaranteed work visas will be replaced by a uniform temporary work visa (the common feature of these six replaced work visas is that all visas require an employer guarantee and can only work for the employer who guarantees them):

Essential Skills Work Visa Basic Skills Sign
Essential Skills Work Visa - Approved in principle Employer License for Overseas Employee Skills
Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Visa Merit Visa (Guaranteed by Trusted Employer)
Long Term Skill Shortage List Work Visa has long been short of skills
Silver Fern Job Search Visa Silver Visa (actually cancelled in 2019)
Silver Fern Practical Experience Visa Silver II Visa (which is almost gone)

After the implementation of the new temporary work visa policy, the open type of work visa will not be affected and will be implemented in accordance with the current policy (unaffected temporary work visa):

Seasonal workmarks Ford Seasonal Employer Limited Visa
Working holiday visa Working holiday schemes
Graduate Open Work Sign Post study Work Visa
Crew work visa Fishing Crew Work Visa
Religious worker work visa Religious Worker Work Visa
Special Purpose Work Visa Specific Purpose Work Visa
Spouse work visas, including spouse work visa Partnership guaranteed by work visa holders, New Zealanders, and student visa holders
Work visas issued for international or humanitarian reasons, such as family members of diplomats, consular and civil servants, and International or Humanitarian Reasons, a refugee or status claimer
The new work visa policy, due to be implemented in mid-2021, also includes other local adjustments, such as temporary work sign holders who earn less than the median wage in the same market position and must leave the country for at least one year after three years of service in New Zealand to have the opportunity to apply for a new visa. The new temporary work visa still records employer information, job and location as a necessary visa condition. If any of these changes are required, the visa holder will still need to apply for a change of visa conditions or a new visa
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Changes in the law for overseas funds invested in New Zealand companies

Esther wrote the post • 0 comments • 488 views • 2020-12-22 01:00 • added this tag no more than 24h

New Zealand is a highly capital-flowing country and has been accepting overseas investments in New Zealand's domestic business, with Australia, the United States, Chinese mainland, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and other sources of funding, although in recent years New Zealand has also been cautious about foreign investment, with some More sensitive land and business related to the national economy and people's livelihood of New Zealand, if you want to accept overseas funds to enter, you need to apply to New Zealand's overseas investment office in advance, after approval before the merger, otherwise, even if the transaction is completed, must be a gray "refund."

In 2020, the world is extraordinary, the new crown epidemic swept the world, New Zealand's tourism and education export industry has been seriously affected, many companies direct income zero. So the New Zealand government has also launched a timely "law" change for entities in New Zealand that need to be adapted when seeking overseas funding.

All overseas funds, if you need to invest in sensitive business companies in New Zealand (in this case, sensitivity is not "yellow gambling poison" and so on, but such as forestry, energy, water conservancy, dairy and so on related to the national economy and people's livelihood):

More than 25% of assets or businesses
The existing foreign capital increase exceeds 50%, 70%, or 100% of the original shareholding
OIO (Overseas Investment Office) is required.

The Office of Overseas Investment is also using new testing and approval methods to deal with infringing foreign investment. The test method, called National Interest Assessment, needs to be "tested" when foreign investment targets sensitive businesses or risky assets.

For some very small businesses, OIO is not concerned, for example, foreign investment to buy a restaurant in New Zealand, please feel free, no one cares. But it's not that easy for foreign investors to buy a Pak n Save.

The official English website for the change in the law is here, https://www.linz.govt.nz/overs ... t-act

A brief introduction to New Zealand's Overseas Investment Act

Overseas investment projects, or investment proposals, must first be approved and reviewed by the New Zealand Overseas Investment Office if:

Deal amounting to more than NZ$100 million - Great business
Purchased New Zealand assets or businesses created to support more than NZ$100 million - great business
When investing in sensitive land - Sensitive land
When investing in sensitive land interests, including leases, or shares in companies that control the land, Sensitive land
Fishing rights within the exclusive marine economic zone - Fishing Quota
The references to "sensitive land" include:

Any non-urban land with a total area of more than 5 hectares (e.g. farms, forest farms, beaches)
Specific islands
Lakes, beaches, protected areas, reserves, historic sites
If it's a farm, such as a ranch, then you'll have to accept stricter additional terms and conditions view all
New Zealand is a highly capital-flowing country and has been accepting overseas investments in New Zealand's domestic business, with Australia, the United States, Chinese mainland, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and other sources of funding, although in recent years New Zealand has also been cautious about foreign investment, with some More sensitive land and business related to the national economy and people's livelihood of New Zealand, if you want to accept overseas funds to enter, you need to apply to New Zealand's overseas investment office in advance, after approval before the merger, otherwise, even if the transaction is completed, must be a gray "refund."

In 2020, the world is extraordinary, the new crown epidemic swept the world, New Zealand's tourism and education export industry has been seriously affected, many companies direct income zero. So the New Zealand government has also launched a timely "law" change for entities in New Zealand that need to be adapted when seeking overseas funding.

All overseas funds, if you need to invest in sensitive business companies in New Zealand (in this case, sensitivity is not "yellow gambling poison" and so on, but such as forestry, energy, water conservancy, dairy and so on related to the national economy and people's livelihood):

More than 25% of assets or businesses
The existing foreign capital increase exceeds 50%, 70%, or 100% of the original shareholding
OIO (Overseas Investment Office) is required.

The Office of Overseas Investment is also using new testing and approval methods to deal with infringing foreign investment. The test method, called National Interest Assessment, needs to be "tested" when foreign investment targets sensitive businesses or risky assets.

For some very small businesses, OIO is not concerned, for example, foreign investment to buy a restaurant in New Zealand, please feel free, no one cares. But it's not that easy for foreign investors to buy a Pak n Save.

The official English website for the change in the law is here, https://www.linz.govt.nz/overs ... t-act

A brief introduction to New Zealand's Overseas Investment Act

Overseas investment projects, or investment proposals, must first be approved and reviewed by the New Zealand Overseas Investment Office if:

Deal amounting to more than NZ$100 million - Great business
Purchased New Zealand assets or businesses created to support more than NZ$100 million - great business
When investing in sensitive land - Sensitive land
When investing in sensitive land interests, including leases, or shares in companies that control the land, Sensitive land
Fishing rights within the exclusive marine economic zone - Fishing Quota
The references to "sensitive land" include:

Any non-urban land with a total area of more than 5 hectares (e.g. farms, forest farms, beaches)
Specific islands
Lakes, beaches, protected areas, reserves, historic sites
If it's a farm, such as a ranch, then you'll have to accept stricter additional terms and conditions
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The most commonly used word for blood tests in New Zealand

Makenzie wrote the post • 0 comments • 493 views • 2020-12-22 00:54 • added this tag no more than 24h

Blood tests are done in New Zealand by specialized agencies, for example, in Auckland, almost all routine physical blood tests are performed by The Labtests. Of course, some emergency medical conditions, or private medical institutions are strong enough to have their own blood testing team to provide services.

In the "blood test" industry, there are few opportunities to meet nurses who speak Chinese, that is to say, there must be some commonly used English words to "cope" with a basic dialogue and avoid some misunderstood.

For example, the word fasting, there will be some friends do not know what it means, and the blood routine test needs "fasting" in many occasions. What do you mean, a word? Fast means "fast", is fasting a verb?

No, the nurse asks you fasting is actually asking the person being tested if they "fasted" before taking blood, usually "eating before you come." Generally in domestic hospitals to do blood tests are in the morning, so many people are used to "blood before taking blood do not eat breakfast", but in fact this is not rigorous enough, because you can completely from breakfast also do not eat lunch, to the afternoon to draw blood, so, "fasting" is actually a more rigorous way of saying, that is, the New Zealand side of the blood test when mentioned fasting.

Well, keep in mind that blood tests to check blood sugar, glycoglobin, liver function, fatty liver, transaminase and so on, in fact, all have to "fasting". view all
Blood tests are done in New Zealand by specialized agencies, for example, in Auckland, almost all routine physical blood tests are performed by The Labtests. Of course, some emergency medical conditions, or private medical institutions are strong enough to have their own blood testing team to provide services.

In the "blood test" industry, there are few opportunities to meet nurses who speak Chinese, that is to say, there must be some commonly used English words to "cope" with a basic dialogue and avoid some misunderstood.

For example, the word fasting, there will be some friends do not know what it means, and the blood routine test needs "fasting" in many occasions. What do you mean, a word? Fast means "fast", is fasting a verb?

No, the nurse asks you fasting is actually asking the person being tested if they "fasted" before taking blood, usually "eating before you come." Generally in domestic hospitals to do blood tests are in the morning, so many people are used to "blood before taking blood do not eat breakfast", but in fact this is not rigorous enough, because you can completely from breakfast also do not eat lunch, to the afternoon to draw blood, so, "fasting" is actually a more rigorous way of saying, that is, the New Zealand side of the blood test when mentioned fasting.

Well, keep in mind that blood tests to check blood sugar, glycoglobin, liver function, fatty liver, transaminase and so on, in fact, all have to "fasting".