Welcome to another edition of our fortnightly Newsletter.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on immigration policies and processes, via our newsletters, we try to provide you with a bouquet of updated Immigration and Education sector-related information.
Recently, the NZ Government announced changes to new accredited employer work visas, watch the video, to know all changes pertaining to new work visas which replace 6 current work visas.
Last night (18 May), Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern strongly rejected the suggestion Kiwis are work-shy and don't want to take up jobs in sectors that have heavily relied on immigrant labour.
On the other hand, Education Minister Chris Hipkins has announced a $170 million pay parity scheme for the Early Childhood Education sector.
This Newsletter will also provide you with information on the popular programmes offered by ICL, Victoria University and WITT, some general updates on skilled workers, sick leave entitlements, and the most talked-about topic; travelling in a bubble.
In the end, we incorporated a case study on 'Lack of Relationship Evidence and Previous Overstay in NZ' based on a true case and few success stories of our clients.
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