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Why Us

Compassionate and personalised consultation for helping people realise their dream of moving to New Zealand, well equipped with rich experience of handling varied and complicated cases across a diverse spectrum and in-depth understanding of local immigration laws has made us the most trusted immigration advisors in New Zealand.

Student Visa

With strong teaching, learning and technology experience in New Zealand, our team can help you choose the right pathway depending on your needs. Our team has knowledge of skills required in New Zealand which enables us to give students the right advice. We have partnered with select education providers and our team can assist you with visa and admission process.
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Work Visa

You may have finished your studies in New Zealand and are eligible for a post study work visa or you may be successful under an essential skills visa. You could be married recently or are a partner of a New Zealand citizen or resident and applying for a work visa or you are applying for a visa as a partner of a student.
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Resident Visa

A person who is interested in applying for a skilled migrant category must first qualify for points for the expression of interest. Our recommendation is that EOI’s with a total of 160 points or more stand a better chance of gaining residence while still being offshore.
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Visitor Visa

Visitor visas can be granted to people who wish to travel temporarily to New Zealand for holidaying, visiting families and on business trips. It is important to establish the bonafide intentions of your travel in a visitor visa. We are happy to help you.
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Employer Assistance

We have been supporting Employers and businesses in New Zealand find the right talent and in supporting them with end to end visa services. Be it a work visa, residence application, variation of condition or applying for a visa for employees partner and children.
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Skill Shortage

The RSSL identifies the regions with occupations that have an immediate shortage of skilled workers. The RSSL is divided into 15 regions, unlike the Immediate Skill Shortage List, which was divided into 6.
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