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Our team is your team

New Zealand is an amazing country and we are so excited that you want to be a part of it. 

Whether you are already here or you dream to be a part of our wonderful nation, we will take you on your journey.

What visa options are available to you?

Work visa

With a number of pathways available to live and work in New Zealand, we will help you select the right one. It can be confusing when trying to find the right visa pathway for your circumstances and that is why you need an experienced immigration advisers.

Here we cover two work visa pathways (however there are more!):

Skilled Migrant Category Work Visa

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 If you want to live in New Zealand permanently and you have skills that can contribute to New Zealand’s economic growth, this visa can be a good option. Your application is more likely to be accepted if you have employment in an area in which New Zealand has a skills shortage.

Key requirements:

  • You will need to have a certain level of skills, experience and qualifications;
  • Be 55 years or under when you apply;
  • Speak English reasonably well.

  • With this visa you can:
  • Live, work and study in New Zealand.
  • Include your partner, and dependent children aged 24 and under, in your residence application.

  • After this visa and .if you comply with the visa conditions, you can apply for permanent residence.

    Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV)

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    This visa could be suitable if you have been offered a job that no New Zealanders are available to do, and you are planning a temporary stay in New Zealand.

    Key requirements:

  • You must have a full-time job offer;
  • Have the necessary skills and experience to work in your occupation, as listed in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO);
  • If it is required to work in your occupation in New Zealand, you must have a New Zealand registration.

  • You can stay up to 3 years depending on the pay rate of the job you are offered.

    With this visa you can Work in New Zealand for the employer whose job offer is the basis of your visa application.

    After this visa, if you have an offer of full-time work from an employer who first made genuine attempts to recruit New Zealanders for the job, you can apply for another Essential Skills Work Visa.

    We know everyones circumstances are different

    To discuss how our team can assist, get in touch – we are here to help.

    Resident visa

    New Zealand is a special place in the corner of the world with an enviable reputation of offering a balanced lifestyle in a clean and beautiful environment. New Zealanders love to get out and about and explore the natural beauty and culture, right across the country.

    To become a resident of New Zealand, there are a number of pathways available, depending on your circumstances. Here are the main pathways but please get in contact to find out other options that will fit your circumstances:

    Permanent Resident Visa

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    If you have a New Zealand residence visa and have been living in New Zealand for 2 years or more, you may be eligible for a Permanent Resident Visa, which would allow you to travel to and from New Zealand any time you like.

    Work to Residence Visa

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    There are three key visas within this category of visa:

    • Long Term Skill Shortage List – Resident Visa
    • Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Visa
    • Talent (Accredited Employer) Resident Visa

    We know everyones circumstances are different

    To discuss how our team can assist, get in touch – we are here to help.

    Family / Partner visa

    New Zealand is a special place and very family-oriented so it’s understandable your dreams include settling with your loved ones. There are many visa options and New Zealand Immigration take a lot of factors into account regarding your current situation.

    Just to ensure you understand New Zealand Immigration’s definition of a partner, it is a person you are legally married to, or in a civil union or de facto relationship with, and who you live with in a genuine and stable relationship. Partners can be of the same or opposite sex.

    We are here to help you navigate through the options and help you understand the best pathway to achieve your goals. Policies and legislation does change and we stay current and connected with NZ Immigration to ensure we are providing the most current advice possible.

    We know everyones circumstances are different

    To discuss how our team can assist, get in touch – we are here to help.

    Investment visa

    New Zealand has so many investment opportunities and if you are looking to be a part of the lifestyle and beauty of the country, one of the two investor categories could be a good option for you and your family.

    In summary, the two investor categories are:

    Investor 1 Visa

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    Minimum investment NZ$10 million for at least three years

    Investor 2 Visa

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    Minimum investment NZ$3 million for at least four years

    Requirements

    44 days in NZ in each of the last 2 years of a three year investment period or 88 days over the three year investment period, depending on the make-up of your investment.

    Additional Requirements

    No additional requirements

    Requirements

    146 days in NZ in each of the last three years of a four year investment period or 438 days in NZ over the four year investment period, depending on the make-up of your investment.

    Additional Requirements

    • Minimum 3 years business experience
    • English language requirements apply
    • Family members must have English language ability the same as principal applicant or pre-purchase ESOL tuition
    • Maximum applicant age 65 years

    With this visa you can:

    • Live, work and study in New Zealand.
    • Include your partner, and dependent children aged 24 and under, in your visa application.
    • You may be able to bring your car, boat and household items to New Zealand, free of customs charges
    • Length of stay: Indefinite

    With this visa you can:

    • Live, work and study in New Zealand.
    • Include your partner, and dependent children aged 24 and under, in your visa application.
    • Length of stay: Indefinite

    We know everyones circumstances are different

    To discuss how our team can assist, get in touch – we are here to help.