We assess your immigration situation, establish eligibility, gather information, identify barriers, evaluate options, give advice, and then represent you throughout the immigration application process in a professional, ethical and responsible manner to ensure the best possible outcome.
We approach our clients on multiple and contemporary platforms to connect and gather information for evaluation in the context of the interest shown. We then proceed to assess the eligibility of our client against the assessment criteria as laid out within the related immigration instructions. We demystify the immigration instructions and assist our client in exploring options. On having helped our client in selecting the best option, we prepare the submissions along with the documentary evidence provided by the client with the sole purpose of getting a positive outcome on the application.
To honour our commitment to providing you with the best immigration advice at a fair and reasonable price, we have put into practice this specific process that has emerged out of combined more than 50 years of experience in the immigration industry.
We are licensed to provide immigration advice because we have met the requirements set out in the Immigration Adviser Competency Standards 2016 and have the knowledge of New Zealand Immigration law and instructions.
We thrive on our mission to provide you with the best professional immigration advice at a fair and reasonable price. Our cornerstones of working are client centricity, passion, seamless service and customised immigration advice.
The Immigration Act 2009 is the fundamental source of New Zealand immigration law, which provides the necessary framework to INZ to manage immigration.
The licensing regime in New Zealand is overseen by the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA), which uses competency standards and a code of conduct to set and monitor standards for licensed immigration advisers.
This Act aims to protect consumers and enhance New Zealand’s reputation as a destination for migrants. The Act requires people who give New Zealand immigration advice to be licensed, unless they’re exempt from licensing.
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Thanisha arrived in New Zealand from Sri Lanka as an international student on a first-time student visa to pursue her chosen course. Although she became eligible for her Post Study Work Visa after completing her course, she wanted to upskill herself further. Accordingly, she decided to enrol herself for another course. Ho
Rahat arrived in New Zealand to pursue his higher education. Upon completing his level 8 qualification, he enrolled at one of the New Zealand education providers to do a Master’s degree. He even got cross credits based on his previous qualification. He was pleased as being eligible for cross credits meant he had saved mon
Kalauni applied for her resident visa by herself, as she thought it would be easy and she was sure that she understood the requirements of Immigration New Zealand. However, things changed drastically when her application was returned by Immigration New Zealand due to failed lodgement, and meanwhile, her visa too expired ren
Alice is originally from the UK and was in New Zealand on a Temporary Work Visa. While in New Zealand, she got into a relationship with John, who is a New Zealand citizen. John is a passionate sailor and lives on a boat. So, Alice too moved in with John on his boat, and they happily started living together. Alice then lo
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My name is Luiz Gustavo,and I am from Brazil. I came to New Zealand on student visa in September 2016 to study English (Level 3). I am a doctor by profession. After I finished my English studies, I wanted to apply for a student visa but I came across a good opportunity to do some volunteer work, which I thought I should do
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