Senior Immigration Adviser

Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd.
New month, new day, new date, new chapter, new page, new wishes! Welcome December.
Finally, we are in the last month of 2020.
We have all learned a lot this year. We have learnt that things don’t always turn out the way you planned, or the way you think they should. This year may have thrown more at you than you planned, but you still made it.
We, at Immigration Advisers NZ Ltd are focusing on the good, because we believe when one focusses on the good, the good increases.
The news around vaccine has been keeping all of us intrigued, and the fact that UK has given a go-ahead to the vaccine, has raised hopes for many countries around the world.

In midst of all this, New Zealand is one of the very few countries that managed to face the pandemic with minimal hardships to its citizens.
In this edition of our Newsletter, we have included the deal that the New Zealand government has announced in it hopes will create a cohort of foreign students who will be ready to enter New Zealand when the borders open.
The Newsletter also reiterates the importance of availing services of a Licensed Immigration Adviser (LIA) and why is it important for you to engage an LIA. We have also included information on scholarships offered by University of Waikato and ACMI. 
 Stay safe, stay healthy and happy reading
What’s coming is better than what is gone.
News Updates
Deal promises pathway for eventual return of foreign...

The government has announced a deal it hopes will create a cohort of foreign students who will be ready to enter New Zealand when the borders open. The arrangement organised by Education New Zealand and the country's eight universities would see...

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Employer Accreditation - Immigration Adviser Auckland

"Accreditation" has assumed great importance as an important recruitment and retention tool for any New Zealand employer. In essence, gaining accreditation entails the completion of immigration formalities even before actual recruitment takes...

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Employment Rights For International Students Benefit NZ, ...

“Being able to get work experience makes New Zealand an attractive destination for international students—even though many students do not end up working while they study here. And these skilled students make an incredibly important contribution

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City Campus Accommodation - Wellesley Street - AUT

Wellesley Student Apartments offers shared, self-catered apartment living on AUT's City Campus. Wellesley Student Apartments offers self-catered accommodation for 502 students. Just a 3-minute walk to the City Campus and close to public transport ...

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Fewer international students and higher teacher...

New Zealand's schools may be close to being fully staffed in 2021. That's thanks to Covid-19, with fewer international students reducing demand, coupled with higher retention rates, more graduates entering New Zealand's workforce and teachers...

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Why Should You Use A Licensed Immigration Adviser?

Background In New Zealand, providing immigration advice is a licensed and recognised profession. Anyone who advises you about New Zealand immigration matters must be licensed, or exempt from holding a license. You can incur a fine of up to...

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Submitting Relationship Evidence: Meeting the Criteria...

Background The process of applying for a partnership-based visa may appear to be quite transparent and straightforward. However, there are many challenges that prospective applicants face, which results in their application getting declined. To...

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Face-to-face learning preferred by international...

International students are yearning for face-to-face learning and are willing to quarantine than defer their studies, said research by student recruitment firm IDP Connect and Universities UK International (UUKi). The third instalment of the...

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New Zealand takes next step in recovery plan with major...

Most foreign travel to New Zealand remains suspended, following an October 2020 announcement that a previous halt on temporary visa visitors, including study visas, would continue until February 2021. However, a new pathway programme announced...

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Efforts under way to fill overseas student quota for...

Officials are trying to allow dozens of overseas masters students into this country under a new border exemption announced by the government last month. The government is allowing 250 international PhD and postgraduate students to return, and...

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Experience New Zealand
Known for its clean green environment, New Zealand's economy was historically driven by agriculture products including dairy, wool and meat, along with kiwifruit, honey and logging. Today, tourism, film production, education, healthcare, food & beverage, winemaking, logistics, technology
University of Waikato campus is situated on the doorstep of some of New Zealand's top attractions.

Check out some of the amazing adventures our students get to experience while studying abroad in the mighty Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions at the University of Waikato.
IANZ's Familiarisation Visit to Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology | Tauranga Campus | New Zealand
Scholarship Information
Featured Study Programme
Turn your love for children into a rewarding career and start your early childhood teacher education journey today. Whether you’re new to study, looking to upskill or considering a change in career,

New Zealand Tertiary College has a program for you.
Yet another hugely successful oversubscribed webinar.

 Teaching as a Career in New Zealand
What Our Clients Say
Congratulations to Maiana Susan Flament (France) on getting your Work Visa approved.

Team Immigration Advisers New Zealand wishes for your success in all your future endeavors.
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