New Zealand

  • The benefits of the Skilled Migrant visa for New Zealand are one of the areas our advisers touch on most when speaking to clients.

  • It’s not that our clients don’t know that this visa offers applicants certain benefits, it’s just they don’t know the exact benefits.

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  • We’re not surprised! It’s very easy for the average person to get lost in the immigration jargon and reams of information found on the internet.

  • That’s why we wanted to make it simpler for our future clients, like you perhaps, to understand unique New Zealand’s resident visa allows you to stay in the country permanently.

  • This means You are free to live, work and study in New Zealand You have more or less the same rights and privileges as a New Zealand citizen Access to New Zealand’s health care and education systems.

    • Buy the same houses as New Zealanders.

    • Voting rights after you’ve been in the country for at least 12 months

  • Here’s another benefit resident visas offer – you can include your partner and dependent children, aged 24 and under, in your residence application.

  • You can apply for a New Zealand Permanent Residence visa after two years as a New Zealand resident. As with all visas, you’ll have to meet number requirements during the application process.

  • To be eligible for these benefits, you’ll have to be eligible to apply for a Skilled Migrant visa. How do you find out? By doing a comprehensive immigration assessment.

  • You can book an assessment with us today still and one of our consultants will be in touch within 24 hours to get the ball rolling.

Who knows, you might be able to call yourself a New Zealand resident soon. But you have to take that first step – a comprehensive assessment.