A number of recently announced immigration policy changes come …Continue Reading
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced changes to the remuneration thresholds associated with both the Essential Skills Category (work visas), as well as the Skilled Migrant Category (resident visas).
With effect from 26 November 2018, the following threshold requirements will …Continue Reading
Increase in Immigration Fees and Levies – 5 November
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced that from 05 November 2018 that a new fee schedule will apply for visa applications. Although some fee types are decreasing, the majority of fees …Continue Reading
In this edition: INZ increase fees | 2018 skills shortage review Money matters in New Zealand Employment opportunities remain strong in NZ Business sentiment dips but labour market remains strong INZ increase fees | 2018 skills shortage review
Increase in …Continue Reading
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In our previous article on this topic, we wrote about Immigration New Zealand’s recent imposition of a one year migrant hiring ban on 82 Burger King Stores. The ban was imposed because the company was found to have breached the …Continue Reading
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has barred Burger King from hiring new migrant workers and extending the visas of current migrant staff for a period of one year.
The MBIE has found that the company breached the …Continue Reading
In this edition: Interim Visa Policy Changes Social practices – the unwritten rules of life in New Zealand NZ’s highest paying industries How does NZ facilitate the arrival of the more skilled migrants? Interim Visa Policy Changes
Interim visas are …Continue Reading
The long awaited announcement by the Minister of Immigration (Minister) on the proposed changes to the post-study work rights for international students in New Zealand has now been released. Most of the changes are unlikely to shock the market as …Continue Reading