With February fast approaching, it is important to pay regard to Immigration New Zealand’s upcoming remuneration changes. As of the 24 February 2020, wage and salary thresholds are increasing for those wishing to obtain either a Skilled Migrant Resident Visa …Continue Reading
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) welcomed feedback and proposals for the temporary migrant worker exploitation review initiated in October 2019.
Based on the research conducted by the MBIE, it is indicated that there are around 450,000 migrant …Continue Reading
In this edition:Consultation on migrant exploitation New capital requirements on banks and the implications for immigration compliant investment New Zealand economic outlook for 2020 Consultation on migrant exploitation
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) welcomed feedback and …Continue Reading
In this edition:The latest on culturally arranged marriage visas Listed utilities sector in New Zealand Most sectors experiencing strong employment demand, particularly in the regions The Latest on Culturally Arranged Marriage Visas
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has been in …Continue Reading
Statistics New Zealand and the Australian Bureau of Statistics have completed a refresh of the Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) list that will be published online from 5 November 2019.
While Immigration New Zealand (INZ) will …Continue Reading
In this edition:Parent Resident Visa Category will open again in February 2020 New Zealand Listed Health Care Sector Online advertising is a strong indicator of economic confidence and potential growth. Parent Resident Visa Category will open again in February… Continue Reading
The Minister of Immigration has finally announced that the Parent Resident Visa Category will open again in February 2020 with the first selection of lucky applicants being offered residency to take place in May 2020.
The Category was closed in …Continue Reading
The goal posts are about to shift – are you prepared?
Immigration New Zealand has announced a raft of changes to the employer-led temporary work visa system for 2020 and 2021. These are going to have far reaching consequences for …Continue Reading
In this edition:Problems with Work Visas for Employees of Non-Accredited Labour Hire Companies New Zealand Listed Information Technology Sector Demand for skilled staff remains strong in NZ Problems with Work Visas for Employees of Non-Accredited Labour Hire Companies
Immigration …Continue Reading
Today the Minister of Immigration (Minister) has released further details on the long-anticipated changes to the employer-led temporary work visa system. These changes are substantial and will take time to work through.
The below table provides an initial high-level overview …Continue Reading