At 11.59pm on Thursday 19 March 2020 New Zealand, for the very first time, introduced a blanket boarder closure for all waiver and existing temporary visa holders, and some resident visa holders currently offshore.Continue Reading
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Ok, we’re being a bit cheeky, but the point here is that in order to get the most out of your job hunting visit to New Zealand, the most important thing you can do …Continue Reading
The Associate Deputy Chief Executive of Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has released a statement advising there will be substantial delays with work visa applications due to a reallocation of internal staff.
As many readers will be aware (based our recent …Continue Reading
Following our recent article Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has reviewed its travel ban in response to the novel coronavirus and has decided to extend the ban for a further eight days to 11.59 pm of 3 March 2020. INZ has …Continue Reading
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has now finally announced the full policy details surrounding the new Family (Parent) Category.
Like the previous iteration of the policy where an Expression of Interest (EOI) process is required and the application needs to be …Continue Reading
As the number of confirmed cases rise, the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (Coronavirus) from Wuhan, China is likely on the minds of many people. We have had multiple employers contact us for guidance around responding to the virus in the …Continue Reading
In this edition:Remuneration threshold changes Introducing expat resettlement expert, Bridget Romanes 2020 investment outlook Job hunting and job advertisements during December and January No Xmas cheer: BNZ – BusinessNZ performance of manufacturing index Remuneration threshold changes
With February fast …Continue Reading
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