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Please note that the firm will be closed from Friday 22 December 2017 until opening in the New Year on Monday 15 January 2018.
Limited staff will be back in the office in the …Continue Reading
In this edition: Immigration Changes – A New Direction Under A New Government Creative Christchurch Coalition will be challenging New government likely to reduce immigration numbers Immigration Changes – A New Direction Under A New Government
It will be somewhat …Continue Reading
There are two fundamental drivers from the new Government perspective that set the scene for the need to change temporary visa policy, and they need to be highlighted.Continue Reading
With the final decision yet to …Continue Reading
Seminar: Lane Neave is hosting a series of comprehensive immigration seminars across the country on the game-changing new policy that has recently been introduced.Continue Reading
Major changes to the current immigration policy have been introduced today and will impact Essential Skills work visas, Skilled Migrant Category resident visas, and the employer accreditation scheme.Continue Reading
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.Continue Reading
Significant changes that are technically challenging to apply in practice have been introduced by Immigration New Zealand (INZ).Continue Reading