Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser

Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd.
Hello Readers,

Here we are with yet another edition of our Newsletter that includes a video on Critical Health Worker Border Exception Criteria being extended indefinitely.

Come 1st April, the minimum wage rates are set to be increased. Read on to find more information on this in the newsletter. 

We have also included a very important and useful link that you may use to check if your visa meets the criteria for extension
In order to meet the immigration instructions, one needs to meet the health & character requirements. To reiterate its importance and the need to address it clearly, we have included two case studies on these set of instructions.  

We hope you would find the information included in this newsletter useful as always. We are always looking forward to your suggestions on how we can improve. So please feel free to drop in an email to: [email protected] with your valuable feedback and suggestions.

Happy Reading.

Stay safe, Stay Healthy.
Immigration Updates
Critical Health Workers - Border Exception Criteria...

🕹️ INZ Update: Critical Health Worker 🩺 Border Exception Criteria Extended Indefinitely.👤 Click to listen to the details.📍 Immigration New Zealand (INZ) ...

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Covid-19: More than 11,000 foreigners granted New...

It is easier for overseas film-stars and oil worker to get through New Zealand's closed borders than it is for health care workers or teachers, new figures from Immigration New Zealand suggest. The number of foreigners allowed in since the...

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Current minimum wage rates

The minimum wage is increasing on 1 April 2021 The current minimum wage rates (before tax) are as at 1 April 2020 and apply to employees aged 16 years or over: Employees have to be paid at least the minimum hourly wage rate for every hour worked.

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Queen tribute act border approval 'kick in the guts' for ...

A Queen tribute act is the latest entertainment crew to gain border exceptions as critical workers. Seven workers from the show have been approved for critical workers visas by Immigration New Zealand for their tour "It's a Kinda Magic", which...

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Check if your visa meets the criteria for extension

Extensions were issued in December 2020 for certain visas. You can use this tool to check if your visa meets the criteria for an extension. If your partner or dependent holds a visa linked to yours, you can check if their visa is extended too.

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Education Updates
RPL & Cross Credits : Level 7 & 9 I Higher Education I...

Get Recognition of your Prior Learning (RPL), Cross Credits, and Scholarship to be able to fast track and budget your Bachelors and Masters.Study in New Zeal...

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How To Reduce Evidence Of Funds Required By An...

It is now an irrefutable fact that New Zealand has become one of the best countries to gain a higher qualification. All the universities of New Zealand rank in the top 3% of universities in the world. It is considered one of the safest countries...

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Case Studies
Medical PPI Case Study - Immigration Adviser Auckland

Shruti lodged her Post-Study Work Visa application on her own. Within a few days of lodgement, she received a Potentially Prejudicial Information (PPI) letter from Immigration New Zealand (INZ). This letter of concern from INZ informed her that...

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Importance of Explaining Adverse Immigration History to...

Yakubu is a Nigerian national, and he approached Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd through Google. He approached us to apply for a critical purpose visitor visa, which if granted, would make him eligible for Registration with New Zealand...

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