Senior Immigration Adviser

Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd.
Sometimes life isn’t all rainbows and sunshine. Throughout every person’s life, there will be hard times where it’s forecasted to be dark and gloomy, with seemingly constant showers. It is important to use these difficult times as life lessons, growing and shaping you to blossom into a stronger and wiser person every day!
With the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s a new world out there. Those who persevere now will reap the benefits.
We at Immigration Advisers New Zealand are determined to support you in your journey to New Zealand and such newsletters are a way to stay connected and keep you apprised of the information that is important for you to stay ahead in this journey.
Key highlights of this edition of newsletter is that New Zealand is slowly easing out restrictions and has announced key changes to address primary sector skills shortage. Also included is information about University of Waikato offering of 20% discount for all online programs.
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Vandana Rai
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INZ has announced resumption of processing of some visa applications from people who are currently not in New Zealand Highlight - 1 INZ will now be processing and deciding offshore applications for some relationship-based visas, if they are...

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Covid-19: Number of investor visa applications soar...

Wealthy Americans are leading a surge in foreign investors seeking a safe haven in New Zealand from their coronavirus-ravaged countries and economies. The number of investor visa applications has soared since the coronavirus outbreak, and the...

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New Zealand edging the door open for workers and immigrants

There's been good news this week for would-be New Zealanders in the age of Covid-19, as the government has given the green light for more workers and immigrants to enter the country.

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Summer plans: what students need to know

As the end of the academic year nears, students who would normally be returning home this summer are making decisions about whether to leave New Zealand, pick up courses over the break, or extend their study.

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New Zealand government has announced key changes to...

Stranded former Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) workers who are still in New Zealand on flexible limited visas enabling to work part time and do non-RSE work,

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Immigration changes:

"The government is making short-term, practical changes to visa settings to help visitors and other temporary migrants remain in New Zealand lawfully,"

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Could New Zealand allow...

Quality Tertiary Institutions (QTI) has urged Immigration New Zealand (INZ) to re-start issuing student visas for online study

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ENZ Recognised Agency programme to be rolled over for 2021

Education New Zealand will waive the requirements for agencies already part of our Recognised Agency programme this year to acknowledge the impacts of COVID-19 on agents.

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Supporting your international students

Study providers, host families, student associations and community networks have been working hard to support international students throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,

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Living in New Zealand is a life-changing experience.
Migrate to New Zealand
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Real People
Real Opportunity

New Zealand is looking for overseas talent to fill job vacancies in over 150 skill shortage areas.
You can enter New Zealand if you are a critical health and disability worker and is granted an exception to the border closure.

Your application for the exception is more likely to succeed if led by a Licensed Immigration Adviser due to the complexity of advocacy involved.
Great opportunities are around the corner!
Did you know?

If you’re enrolled in Masters by Research or Doctoral Degree programme awarded by a New Zealand tertiary institution

There are no restrictions on the hours you can work. You can work Full Time on your Student Visa and your spouse can work full time too.
Did you know?

Currently there is a high demand for Engineers in New Zealand and this demand is expected to last in the future too.

You can gain an internationally recognized Degree from one of the most prestigious Education Providers of New Zealand
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