New Zealand Immigration
New Zealand is a distant nation comprising two chief islands in the core of the southern Pacific Ocean. It’s similar in size to the UK ((268,000 sq. km in contrast to the UK’s 243,000) however has a population of 4,500,000 than UK’s 64,000,000.Through Province Immigration you can fulfill your dream of New Zealand Immigration.
New Zealand is a gorgeous country with a diverse climate. You will find subtropical shores along the west coast of North Island whereas South Island is considerably cooler. It’s surrounded by fjords and separated by a range of mountains known as the Southern Alps. The nation is home to wildlife such as flightless birds like the kiwi and kakapo.
New Zealand is one of the safest and friendliest places you can choose. they were named the world’s second most peaceful country by the Global Peace Index, and the world’s second least corrupt country by Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index. New Zealand gives you room to breathe and the space to be be yourself. New Zealand immigration take time approx 6-8 months.
New Zealand’s relaxed pace of life gives you the time to enjoy everything our vibrant modern cities have to offer. Enjoy live music, theater, film, dance, free festivals or international sports fixtures, or hang out with your new friends at a cafe, restaurant or bar.
Most of the cities and towns are relatively small and uncrowded, making your daily commute easier and faster than back home. Wherever you live, you won’t be far from beaches, parks, walking trails and cycle tracks.
Popular visas for New Zealand
|Working Holiday Visa||Essential Skills Visa||Work to Residence Visas||Skilled Migrant Visa|
|DESCRIPTION||Temporary working holiday visa to work for any employer||Temporary work visa tied to a specific employer||A Work Visa with pathway to Residence after you have held the visa for 24 months||Residence visa|
|VISA DURATION||Up to 12 months or 23 months for UK and Canada||Up to 5 years (depending on pay and skill level of job)||30 months||Indefinite|
|AGE||18-30 or 18-35 (depending on the Working Holiday scheme)||No limit||55 or under||55 or under|
|FULL TIME JOB REQUIRED||Not required||Required Visa is issued for a specific job with a specific employer||Required Must be from an INZ Accredited Employer or for a job on the Long Term Skill Shortage List||Usually required Job offer is worth a significant number of the available points|
|SALARY||Salary is used to indicate the role’s skill band (higher, mid or lower). This affects visa duration and conditions.||Minimum salary requirements: Accredited employer – NZD $79,560 per annum||Minimum salary requirements: ANZSCO** 1-3 paid at or above NZD $25.50 per hour ANZSCO 4-5 paid at or above NZD $38.25 per hour|
|PARTNER/DEPENDENT VISAS||Partner/children cannot be accompanied with visa holder||Separate visas required for partner/children. They may be eligible for visas based on their relationship to you, depending on your skill band||Separate visas required for partner/children. They may be eligible for visas based on their relationship to you||Partner/children can be included in application|
|PROCESS||Apply online||Apply online||Apply online After 24 months you may be eligible to apply for residence||Complete Expression of Interest (EOI) online EOIs are assessed and Invitation to Apply (ITA) issued Submit complete application with all documents|
|COST*||NZD $280||NZD $495||NZD $635||EOI - NZD $530 Application - NZD $2,710|
|PROCESSING TIME*||90% within 31 days||90% of applications within 64 days||Talent (accredited employer) - 90% within 76 days Long term skill shortage - 90% in 4 months||EOI - assessed within 3 weeks of pool selection (selection every 2 weeks) ITA - you have 4 months to submit application Visa decision - 90% of applications within 15 months|
|ACCESS TO PUBLIC SERVICES||Healthcare: No subsidized access||Healthcare: Subsidised access on visas 2 years or longer Education - primary and secondary: Domestic student fees Education – tertiary: International student fees||Healthcare: Subsidised access Education - primary and secondary: Domestic student fees Education – tertiary: International student fees||Healthcare: Subsidised access Education - primary and secondary: Domestic student fees Education – tertiary: Domestic student fees|
New Zealand Student Visa
You’ll need a student visa if you’re planning to study in New Zealand full time and the course is for longer than three months.
Student visa requirements include:
- an offer of place from an educational institution approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority
- a written guarantee from an institution or person that suitable accommodation is available to you in New Zealand (if you’re under 18 years)
- evidence of sufficient funds to live on while you are studying
- a return air ticket to your country, or evidence of sufficient funds to buy one.
Working after study in New Zealand :-
If you’d like to work in New Zealand after gaining your qualification to get some experience, you need to know about our requirements to work after study. It’s good to have these in mind when deciding what course to enroll in so you gain a qualification that’s needed and valued by New Zealand employers.
Visas for school children in New Zealand :-
Dependent children of temporary work visa holders also need a student visa. This entitles them to attend New Zealand primary and secondary schools as domestic students (meaning they are not required to pay international student tuition fees). To avoid delays, we strongly recommend that you apply for this visa from your home country. Without a student visa, they can only attend school for two weeks as a domestic student or for three months as a fee-paying international student.
Skills in demand for New Zealand
New Zealand has always welcomed people with skills. But some skills are particularly sought after. These feature on official lists of ‘Essential Skills in Demand’ (ESID), which are updated regularly.
If your job is on one of these skills shortages lists it means the Government accepts that there aren’t enough New Zealanders qualified for the role so employers need to recruit from overseas. Assuming you have the right qualifications and experience, that will make getting a visa easier.
Currently, the lists cover skills in these areas :
|Long Term shortages||Regional shortages||Construction and Infrastructure shortages|
|Agriculture and forestry||Yes|
|Health and social services||Yes||Yes|
|ICT and electronics||Yes||Yes|
|Recreation, hospitality & tourism||Yes||Yes|
Why Choose Province Immigration ?
Province Immigration the best immigration consultant in Delhi for New Zealand. We as an Immigration consultants provide 100% transparency in the whole process, Starting from visa consultation to visa approval. Some of the main factor that make us the Best Immigration consultancy for New Zealand Visa –
→ Processing fee – We don’t charge huge money on the name of sending you abroad, Very affordable and success based.
→ Working Days – We work 7 days for our clients.
→ Scope of services – We work with you for End to End Process and support you throughout.
→ Refund – We at Province immigration do our best to give you a positive result,Yet if an application gets rejected we will refund 100% of our Processing fee.
→ Complementary Services – Your visa application is just 50% of settlement in abroad, So we provide complimentary services such as Job Assistance, Resume writing, Ielts training, Post Landing Services.
→ Success Rate – We have a success rate of close to 100%, Which is one of the highest in industry.
→ Visa categories – We apply in multiple visa categories to confirm your invitation from your dream Country without any extra charge.
In order to help us understand your unique visa needs, please drop in your query and our representative will get back to you.