The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown us all of out of our comfort zones. While the world is getting used to the "new normal" it's been proven over and over again that "Fortune favours the best prepared". We at Immigration Advisers New Zealand have been hard at work trying to keep our clients updated and informed at all times so that they can plan, prepare and proceed.
Our team lead by five Licensed Immigration Advisers empathise with those who are most effected by the sudden changes in immigration policies and instructions. Being pioneers in the industry we are able to anticipate issues and assist clients with tailor-made solutions by keeping in mind their background and circumstances.
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Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) visas extended
The Government is extending Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme visas by six months, allowing workers the opportunity to stay and work in New Zealand. RSE scheme workers who wish to continue to work in New Zealand for the same purpose after these ...
Where to Eat, Drink, and Shop in Auckland, New Zealand
Pasture in Auckland, New Zealand was recently named one of the World's Best Restaurants by Travel + Leisure and Food & Wine. It's worth planning a trip around - here's what you should explore once you're there. The harbor city of Auckland sits...
Domestic students are entitled to a refund if they withdraw from a programme or training scheme as per section 235 of the Education Act 1989, and if: the course is of three months duration or more the withdrawal occurs up to the end of the eighth ...
Suspension of Overseas Visa Applications,
Intro of EOI Fees
From 10 August 2020 Immigration New Zealand will be charging fees for border exception
Expressions of Interest (EOIs), and suspending the ability for people offshore to apply for
most temporary entry visas for 3 months.
Work visa extension aligned for partners and dependants
The Government will apply the same expiry date extension of employer-assisted work visas made in July 2020 to the partners and dependants of the principal visa holder, where their visa would have expired from 17 August onward. Partners and...