Are you on a work visa in New Zealand but your job details are changing and are wondering what you need to do?
Variations of Conditions on New Zealand Work Visa can help keep you legally working here. Whether it’s a change in employer details or you need to apply for a new visa altogether, we’re here to guide and provide support every step of the way.
We understand the complex regulations around applying for visas so that any changes are done smoothly and swiftly with minimal hassles.
If you look at your eVisa letter or work visa label, there may be conditions placed on it. On most work visas, these conditions will state your job title, your employer’s details and your region of employment (e.g. Wellington or Auckland). If any of these details change, your visa conditions must be changed as well for you to continue to work lawfully in New Zealand. Depending on what has changed about your job, you may need to request a variation of conditions on your existing visa or you may need to apply for a new work visa.
A variation of conditions will only be granted if the new conditions still meet the intent of the instructions your original visa was granted under. In any other situation, you may need to apply for a new visa.
With our expert service, not only do we strive towards understanding your specific needs but also make sure they are processed professionally according to the immigration laws of New Zealand. Whatever change may come up with regard to job title, employer details or region of employment will be taken into consideration while processing the variation application. This means that all changes can be made comfortably without having any further issues related to legality at work – giving you peace of mind so you can focus on what matters most!
Submit an enquiry now by visiting our website if you have any queries regarding variations in conditions on an existing work visa – it’ll just take a few minutes and one click away from bringing closer your goal!
Vandana Rai is a Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser and has built a reputation around her rare set of skills, which could be considered ideal for her legal profession.