Immigration

February Newsletter
Employer compliance: impacting your immigration status If you are wishing to secure an employment based visa you should be aware that in addition to you providing the appropriate documentation,...
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December Newsletter
Additional English language test providers Following updates from Immigration New Zealand in November, a...
2017 Migrant Investor programme policy changes
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) have announced the long awaited policy changes for both the...
November Newsletter
Living in New Zealand – should you purchase health insurance? A number of migrants...
Seminar series: Major immigration changes – what employers need to know
The seminars are is a must for employers, HR managers, in-house counsel and managers...
Are you thinking about moving to New Zealand?
New Zealand is a popular choice for people wanting to move to a developed...
Major changes to the Skilled Migrant and Parent categories
Significant changes were announced by the New Zealand Government earlier this month around the...
Immigration New Zealand announce policy changes
Major changes to the Government’s New Zealand Residence Program have been announced today by...
Is volunteering considered “work”?
Lane Neave clients often ask for guidance around whether they can participate in “volunteer”...
Brexodus to New Zealand?
Google searches for “How to move to New Zealand” have become a Google trend,...
February 2016 Newsletter – Annual Review of Occupational Shortages Lists
Read the latest Lane Neave Immigration newsletter. In this edition Annual Review of Occupational...
March 2016 Newsletter – Time to make and/or review your visa now
Read the latest Lane Neave Immigration newsletter. In this edition: Time to make and/or...
May 2016 Newsletter – Changes to the Canterbury Skills Shortage List
Read the latest Lane Neave Immigration newsletter. In this edition: Changes to the Canterbury...