The Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) launches on 4 July 2022 – here’s what you need to know.
The New Zealand Government has just announced that from 11.59 pm Tuesday 12 April, Australians will be able to travel to New Zealand, isolation-free. Coinciding with the start of the Australian school holidays, this date has been brought forward which is great news for tourist operators in New Zealand and for eligible tourists outside the border.
From Sunday 13 March, 11.59 pm, applications will be open for a range of working holiday schemes in New Zealand. The opening will be a staged approach with various schemes being opened on particular dates that will be confirmed by Immigration New Zealand.
The Digital Passenger Declaration (DPD) has replaced the Australia Travel Declaration and is required to be completed by all passengers arriving by air into Australia. The DPD can be completed seven days before the flight departure and submitted within 72 hours prior to departure for Australia.
Arno Nothnagel, our NZ Immigration Director, and Trinity, our NZ Migration Strategist, hosted a webinar to provide further updates on New Zealand’s one-off ‘2021 NZ Resident Visa’.
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.