Immigration to New Zealand
Welcome to the New Zealand Immigration section of Accurate Immigration Services.
Here you will find all the necessary information for you to establish your eligibility
for your move to New Zealand.
Why New Zealand ?
New Zealand's tolerant, multi-cultural society enjoys an excellent outdoor lifestyle in a scenic and modern country that has something to offer everybody. Crime is low, and the healthcare, education and welfare systems are outstanding, by world standards. New Zealand's stable economy boasts low unemployment and low inflation, with steady growth that ensures continued opportunity for immigrants who are willing to work for the benefit of the country.
Immigration applications are welcome from potential applicants who meet the specified criteria of age, health, character, qualifications and work experience.
Accurate Immigration Services appoint only Solicitors specializing in Immigration to their respective countries, in order to maintain the highest level of professionalism possible. This site provides a quick, accurate reference to New Zealand Immigration Law and was last updated on 29th January, 2007, according to the latest current legislation.
Completion of the Free Assessment Questionnaire will allow us to establish your eligibility for Immigration to New Zealand. Your personal assessment from our New Zealand Team of Solicitors will provide you with details of what to do next to commence your application, together with cost indications.
Immigration to New Zealand
Please proceed to peruse the site by clicking on the blue links which you will find on the left of each page for your convenience throughout the site. A summary of the main categories for New Zealand Immigration follows:
Work Visa - to enter and work in New Zealand for a set period of time, under given conditions, some of them leading to Residence, ie. living permanently in New Zealand.
Work to Residence
Residence from Work
Temporary Work Visa
Working Holiday Visa
Investor Category - to bring investment funds to New Zealand.
Entrepreneur or Business Visas - to enter New Zealand to set up or relocate a business that will benefit the country.
Family Visas - to join family resident in New Zealand with their assistance by way of sponsorship.
Study Visa or Permit - to enter New Zealand and study, may also allow part time work.
Visitor Visa - to enter New Zealand and travel around for holiday purposes.
Assessment - click here
appointed by Accurate Immigration are Regulated by the New
Zealand Law Society.
information on this page is intended to be general in nature and should
not be construed as applying to the reader's individual set of circumstances.
It does not constitute legal advice. Eligibility requirements and the
application of laws vary on a case-by-case basis. Furthermore, Immigration
laws, regulations and policies are always subject to change at any time
without advance notice.
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