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and services

We assess your immigration situation, establish eligibility; gather information;
identify barriers; evaluate options; give advice; and then represent you through
the immigration application process to ensure the best possible outcome in a professional,
ethical and responsible manner.

How We Work

We are committed to provide you with the best professional immigration advice at a fair and reasonable price. Our fees is determined by the type of Visa Category you’re applying for and the complexity of the case depending on your personal circumstances. Our aim is to keep your costs to a minimum, so start by arranging a consultation and we’ll help you decide what is the best pathway for you. View More Detail

  • Comprehensive Visa Application Service
  • Visa Application Checking Service
  • Assessment, Options & Advice
  • Study, Work, Settle

why choose us

We are Licensed– We have been granted license because we have met the requirements set out in the Immigration Adviser Competency Standards 2016, have the knowledge of New Zealand Immigration law and instructions.

Immigration New Zealand– It looks after immigration rules and laws and says that to use the knowledge of immigration law to advise another person on New Zealand immigration matters, a person must either be licensed or exempt.

Immigration Advisers Authority– It promotes and protects the interests of people receiving immigration advice, and issues licenses to people who are fit and competent to give immigration advice, have met Competency Standards and follow the Code of Conduct 2014.

Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007– It aims to protect consumers and enhance New Zealand’s reputation as a destination for migrants, anyone giving immigration advice must have a license unless exempt.

 

Immigration Advisers Licensing Regulations 2008– It supports Immigration Act 2009 and standards of for advisers’ professional behaviour and Competency Standards, as set out in the Licensing Act 2007 and Advisers Code Conduct 2014.

Immigration Act 2009– It is the fundamental source of New Zealand immigration law, provides a framework to manage immigration in a way that balances national interests with international obligations, protects both New Zealanders and migrants.

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Seven Invaluable Tips – Student Visa Interview

Question by Visa Officer Why have you chosen your course, and how is it related to your qualification / work experience that you already have ? Tip 1 – Why is the visa officer asking this question? Before you proceed to answer this critical question, you will do well to appreciate that the visa officer … Continue reading Seven Invaluable Tips – Student Visa Interview

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What it means to have your occupation on the Shortage Lists in New Zealand

What is Essential Skills Demand List (ESID), and what it means to have your occupation on the Shortage Lists in New Zealand? As per the Immigration New Zealand (INZ) website, New Zealand competes internationally for skilled workers. Workers with skills on the Essential Skills Demand List (ESID) usually find it easier to apply for temporary … Continue reading What it means to have your occupation on the Shortage Lists in New Zealand

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Why is Immigration declining almost 50% of WD1: Post Study Work Visa (Employer Assisted) applications at Auckland Central office?

Why are so many Post Study Work Visa (Employer Assisted) applications of International students being declined in Auckland, New Zealand? Concerns Identified resulting into declined applications As per the media reports there has been a sudden spike in the number of applications declined, which had been lodged under Post Study Employer Assisted Work Visa category. … Continue reading Why is Immigration declining almost 50% of WD1: Post Study Work Visa (Employer Assisted) applications at Auckland Central office?

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Employers Guide for Hiring Worker

We know that when it comes to hiring an employee, a genuine employer getssleepless nights due to the complications of the process involved.This sometimes discourages an employer to go through the process and hirea suitable candidate who could take the business to next level.Immigration Advisers New Zealand understands the process involved down tothe last detail

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Immigration Adviser/Lawyer of the Year Category

We are thrilled to announce that Vandana Rai, Director of Immigration Advisers New Zealand has been selected as one of the finalist in the Immigration Adviser/Lawyer of the Year and Hall of Fame category of awards of NZAMI that are announce once in two years.The significance of the awards that she has been nominated for … Continue reading Immigration Adviser/Lawyer of the Year Category

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Seven Invaluable Tips – Student Visa Interview

Question by Visa Officer Why have you chosen your course, and how is it related to your qualification / work experience that you already have ? Tip 1 – Why is the visa officer asking this question? Before you proceed to answer this critical question, you will do well to appreciate that the visa officer … Continue reading Seven Invaluable Tips – Student Visa Interview

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