Arno Nothnagel, our NZ Immigration Director, and our special guest Paul Wheeler, Director & Aged Care Recruitment Specialist at Carejobz, hosted a webinar to provide insights about the opportunities for Qualified Aged Care & Healthcare workers in New Zealand
Following the NZ Government’s recent announcement of the one-off 2021 NZ Resident Visa, further details have been released for the pathway to residence for migrants to New Zealand. There are two application phases with different dates and also a number of criteria options.
The new Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) will be introduced on 4 July 2022. The AEWV is a new type of accreditation and employers will need to apply, even if they have been accredited under the previous system.
For those in New Zealand, we would like to remind you that the following two temporary work visa categories will be closing on 31 October 2021: Work to Residence Accredited Employer and Work to Residence Long Term Skill Shortage Work Visa.
During Covid restrictions, Immigration NZ has released a few updates in relation to immigration: Applying for a Variation of Conditions of a work visa is now online, Extension of Resident Visas set to expire before 10 Sept 2022, and Visa conditions flexibility benefits supermarket workers
During Covid restrictions, Immigration NZ has released a few updates including: which visas continue to be processed, ‘Essential Skills Work Visa’ recently introduced, is now available online and only online applications are currently being process
The Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke MP has announced the inclusion of 22 additional skilled occupations on the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL).