Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser

Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd.
Hello Readers,

Welcome to yet another edition of our Newsletter. 

This week Auckland had to undergo a 3-day lockdown after three unexplained cases were found in the city.

The lockdown ended this Wednesday as the government concluded a coronavirus outbreak had been contained. It was the first lockdown in 6 months.

Another piece of good news is that our organisation has yet again been accepted as an Education New Zealand Recognized Agency (ENZRA). Thank you to everyone for providing support and believing in us.

In this edition of our newsletter, we provide you Immigration updates – the first is on relaxation on the visitor visas and the second one is about the NZ universities looking forward to welcoming students on campus. 

We also have information about eight NZ universities being ranked in the world’s top 500, to make New Zealand proud.

Happy reading everyone.
Keep yourself safe.
Immigration Updates
Government Eases Visa Restrictions For Visitors In New...

Two month automatic visitor visa extension for most visitor visa holders Temporary waiver of time spent in New Zealand rule for visitor stays Visitor visa holders will be able to stay in New Zealand a little longer as the Government eases...

Read more
10K international students “best case” for NZ HE campuses

NZ universities are preparing to welcome students back on campus for semester 1 in February, but with a greatly reduced international student population.Universities New Zealand estimates 21,000 international students

Read more
Education Updates
ENZ confirms 2021 Recognised Agencies

The new list of ENZ Recognised Agencies is now available to view online. Education agents play a crucial role in New Zealand's international education ecosystem , including supporting students and their families during COVID-19. ENZ's recognised...

Read more
NZ-China education relationship strengthened

Education New Zealand hosted the 9 th Joint Working Group on Education and Training between New Zealand and China this February, which was held virtually for the first time. Chief Executive Grant McPherson says the Joint Working Group is a...

Read more
Blog Post
New Zealand Revives Its Economy And Employment While...

The pandemic hit New Zealand's economy in a significant way. However, even as the world scrambles towards the vaccine, owing to its strong base and robust measures, the country's economy, including the job market seems to be getting back on track.

Read more
Study Promotions for 2021
International information sessions | VUW

Find out about your study options, and about student life at the University and in Wellington in our webinar series for international students. Bring along your questions for the live Q&A chat room. Our international team, plus guest academics,...

Read more
All 8 NZ universities are ranked in the world’s top 500!

Thinking about uni? Find out more about your eligibility, study options, costs as well as information for Māori, Pasifika and international students.

Read more
ICL has moved the March intake of the Graduate Diploma in Teaching programme to April/May!
Watch this space to know the exact date!
Choosing an experienced and senior Licensed Immigration Adviser to assist with your visa application can ultimately save you time, money, effort, and all the anxiety & hassle.
This visa category may be for you if you are 55 years and below, have a skill that is in demand by an NZ accredited employer and earn NZD 79,560 per annum.
Client Success Stories
If you have further queries email : [email protected]
📞 Phone: +64 9 379 0219