Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser

Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd.
What a year it has been. Looking back, 2020 has been a year where we have invested time in improving ourselves. The coming year is the year we have to reap the harvest by consolidating the gains and continue to move ahead.

Our last edition of this year's newsletter includes recent and important updates announced by Immigration New Zealand and the Minister of Education. 

We have always included a few articles to educate our readers that would be useful to read. 

As the year comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone who supported us by placing their trust in us by allowing us to represent their visa application. We are also humbled to have such an incredible, hardworking team who have been with us through thick and thin. 
A year ago, everything was different. And now that we look back, we realize that a year can do a lot to humankind. Take a leap of faith and begin this wondrous New Year by believing!

See you all in the next year; until then stay safe, stay healthy. 
With very warm Greetings of the season!
IANZ 2020 in Retrospect
  1. Successfully retained Education New Zealand Recognised Agency (ENZRA) status till 2022.
  2. Recruited a record number of students for our University partners before border closure.
  3. Resourceful and informative company website launched.
  4. Entire back-office operations moved to CRM platform.
  5. Three more Licensed Immigration Advisers joined the Team increasing the count to six.
  6. Despite the pandemic and the border closure we continued our operations without a single redundancy.
  7. Expanded our office space to accommodate additional staff members.
  8. Successfully managed and thrived in the new normal created due to the pandemic.
  9. Expanded our client reach to target all seven continents.
  10. Contributed towards the health care industry of NZ by assisting healthcare and other critical purpose workers to enter NZ.
  11. Supported Nepalese community by sponsoring the Multi Ethnic Dance Festival.
  12. Pro bono support provided to migrants in need during the pandemic.
  13. Felicitations and awards received from education providers in recognition of the recruitment efforts undertaken.
Immigration Updates
Student visa suspension extended!

From 10 August 2020, the Government suspended the ability for people offshore to apply for a temporary visa (including student visas), now extended until May 2021.

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Employer-assisted work visas extended by 6 months

Onshore employer assisted work visa holders whose visas are expiring between 1 January and 30 June 2021 will have their visa automatically extended by another six months.

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Changes to temporary work visas

After mid-2021, we are introducing a new 3-check visa application system and replacing six temporary work visas with one. The new visa application process will be employer led.

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Border exception visa applications over the holiday period

Border exception visa applications over the holiday period, planned Immigration ONLINE outage and holiday hours.

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Education Updates
A word from the Minister

2020 has been an extraordinarily difficult time for international education, which has been one of the most affected sectors in the economy. The good news is that we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

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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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Recent Blogs
Future of International Education in New Zealand -...

PANDEMIC.. this word has created uncertainty all over the world. People are struggling to adapt to its huge impact, which has left everyone anxious about their future. We cannot turn a blind eye to the social, political and economic disruption...

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English Eligibility for International Students When...

International students who want to pursue higher education in New Zealand must first apply for an offer of a place to an education provider. There are three main types of education providers in New Zealand. These are Private Training...

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Post Pandemic Mantra - Skill, Reskill & Upskill -...

No one had ever thought that a time would come when the whole world would come to a standstill. People will have to stay home and maintain social distancing. The year 2020 and the crisis arising out of COVID-19 pandemic has made international...

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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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Yet another hugely successful oversubscribed webinar.

The WEBINAR was on
 Post Pandemic Mantra: Skill, Reskill & Upskill
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 Specialiced courses leading to Occupational Registration in New Zealand
Client Testimonials
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