Tourist Visa

This type of visa is also known as a Visitor Visa for individuals wanting to enter New Zealand for sightseeing and meeting up with friends and relations. 
Student Visa

"World-famous for its friendly people, spectacular landscape and relaxed lifestyle, New Zealand is an unbeatable place to live and study."

This type of visa allows international students to take up a programme or course in any school level and can be on domestic rates (same as NZ citizens which is basically free up to high school) or can be on international rates (international tuition applies). This will depend on if the student is a “dependent child” or a “fee-paying international student”.  

Students can work part-time depending on which programmes you are studying, usually upper high school or programmes leading to occupations listed as “skilled”.

The short Competence Assessment Program for overseas-registered nurses is a requirement for NZ Nursing registration.  
We provide advise and guidance regarding Student Visa applications for this. 

To get a free assessment if you’re eligible for a Student Visa, please email to [email protected] a filled-in Preliminary Assessment Form.  
Work Visa

This type of visa allows individuals with specific job skills to gain work experience in New Zealand. There are different kinds of work visas. Some require a job offer before the visa can be applied for.
Family Category

This category allows for family reunification in New Zealand.

We specialize in assisting individuals whether engaged or not, married or not, to join their partners in New Zealand.

Family members of someone who is already in New Zealand may be eligible to apply for a visa.  

Family members can be any of the following: partners (married or unmarried, opposite or same sex), children, and parents.  
Children can include those resulting from past and present relationships (biological) and/or adopted children, usually those 19 years old and below if applying for temporary visas, but can include those up to 24 years of age if applying for residence visas.

To know if your family member who is interested to live in New Zealand can apply for a visa, please let them fill up the Preliminarry Assessment Questionnaire here. 
Business Visa

This type of visa allows individuals to invest in New Zealand. There different categories of business visas.  Applicants under all business immigration categories must agree to participate in an evaluation of the category under which they were approved for a period of up to 5 years after approval.


The Immigration Process

The immigration process to New Zealand can be a complicated process. Although the Immigration New Zealand website is very informative and provides links to many areas that can explain many things, the research process for any one type of application is often very tedious and time consuming.  A prospective applicant can easily loose track of his/her intent when frequently cross-referenced to another webpage or link. There are many instances when phrases or words can be mis-understood, and may lead to confusion.  If a prospective immigrant is not careful, important things can be missed, and it might seem there should have been something else written between the lines.  On top of this, immigration policies, instructions, regulations, and procedure are often amended, renewed, changed, or revised. The rate for failure of "Do-It-Yourself" applications is high ... and you need not go through that frustration and disappointment. Help from an Immigration Adviser can make life easier for you!  

This Is Why We Are Here

We are here to give assistance and guidance in the visa application process, as well as help for special requests, appeals, re-considerations, and other needs.
  Services Offered 
Skilled Migrant Category

If you have an occupation that is recognized as a "skill" by Immigration New Zealand, which is backed by appropriate qualifications (educational background) and/or work experience and wage level, you can apply for a visa in the Skilled Migrant Category. 

A list of occupations is found in the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO), and eligibilitiy for application carries many requirements, such as age, level of qualification, English ability, etc. 

If you wish to have a free initial evaluation of your chance to become a Skilled Migrant, please fill up our Preliminary Assessment Questionnaire (PDF or Word) and email it back to us. 

We assess your situation and your needs, and give you viable visa options leading to your immigration goal. 
We give you your list of requirements and estimates of fees.  
We review and assist with documentation and completion of the application form. 
We guide you in the application process and liaison with Immigration New Zealand for you. 
In other words, we are here to help you every step of the way, to lighten your load, give you peace of mind, and make for a more pleasant immigration experience!

Contact us or
Send a query  or fill in the Preliminary Assessment Questionnaire here.

Working Holiday Visa

This visa allows entry to New Zealand for holiday and at the same time allow for brief periods of work. This is an exciting opportunity for young individuals to spend time in New Zealand, to earn as you go! To know more, drop us a line at the query page.

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