Immigration New Zealand (INZ) have announced the long awaited policy changes for both the Investor 1 (Plus) Category and the Investor (2) Category.Continue Reading
Read the November newsletter, featuring Living in New Zealand – Should you purchase Health Insurance?, Driving in New Zealand, New Zealand needs skilled and talented migrants now more than ever and Migration debate can only intensify.Continue Reading
The seminars are is a must for employers, HR managers, in-house counsel and managers wanting to understand the changing landscape of immigration. The recent changes are going to affect many businesses with far-reaching, long-term consequences.Continue Reading
New Zealand is a popular choice for people wanting to move to a developed country with a stable political environment, relaxed lifestyle, temperate climate and a high standard of living.
Our team are legal experts and offer industry leading immigration …Continue Reading
Significant changes were announced by the New Zealand Government earlier this month around the New Zealand Residence Programme (NZRP). Most noteworthy at the time of writing this article are the changes to the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) and Parent Category resident visa policies.Continue Reading
Major changes to the Government’s New Zealand Residence Program have been announced today by Immigration Minister the Rt. Hon. Michael Woodhouse. The changes are a drastic shift in the eligibility criteria and total number of places available for residency in …Continue Reading
Lane Neave clients often ask for guidance around whether they can participate in “volunteer” work, when they do not hold a visa with appropriate work conditions.Continue Reading
Google searches for “How to move to New Zealand” have become a Google trend, following the results of the United Kingdom’s recent Brexit referendum.
Immigration New Zealand has also announced that its website received an exceptional rise in traffic from …Continue Reading