Employer Accreditation Policy Changes – August 2017

Most employers will be aware that Immigration New Zealand (INZ) recently issued a very positive media release to confirm that applications for employer accreditation are now being granted for an initial period of two years, and once an accredited employer has held their (existing) accreditation for two years or more, will be eligible to be considered for a five year extension upon renewal. 

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Essential Skills Work Visa Policy Changes

The Minister of Immigration, Hon Michael Woodhouse, has announced policy changes to the Essential Skills work visa category.  These changes are the result of extensive lobbying and feedback gathered through the consultation process the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment …

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JUNE NEWSLETTER

In this edition: Published List of Non-Compliant Employers; New Zealand: A sporty nation; Growth potential boosted by net migration; Net migration cycle may well finally have peaked.

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New Zealand lifestyle and investment event | USA

An opportunity to explore New Zealand lifestyle and investment opportunities.

A series of three exclusive events will be held across the USA in May 2017.  Guests will have the opportunity meet government officials and discuss lifestyle, business, investment opportunities and …

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