New Zealand Immigration News

 
New Zealand migration boom hits record high November 24, 2014
New Zealand migration hits all-time high

New Zealand annual migration hits all time record with an average gain of 5,200 individuals in October.This new figure has exceeded the previous count of August with 4,800 members and 4,700 applicants in September and in February 2003.However, when compared to October 2013, the figure of individuals has increased to 6,...

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New Zealand creates history in immigration September 19, 2014
Record number of immigrants entered New Zealand

New Zealand has created a new record in the immigration history. The study on the inflow the immigration has revealed interesting facts. It has stated that the number of people migrating to foreign countries has touched a new high. This year alone, the reports said, as many as 43,500 migrated to New Zealand.The economi...

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New Zealand proclaims E-visas for international students September 12, 2014
New Zealand all set to introduce E-visas for overseas students

The student visa application for New Zealand will be made online in order to facilitate the application process.New Zealand Government is going to launch E-visa system in 2015, enabling students to apply and make payments through online with an intention of acutely easing an earlier difficult task.New Zealand is a po...

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New Zealand proclaims 10-week window for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 September 06, 2014
10-week window for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 - New Zealand News

Minister of Immigration for New Zealand, Michael Woodhouse, has proclaimed a 10-week window for 2015 Cricket World Cup that applies to the Trans-Tasman visa agreement.According to the Trans-Tasman Visa Arrangement, cricket fans and other travelers from all over the world who wants to visit Australia and New Zealand f...

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Schengen's Visa Information System to be used in New Zealand May 17, 2014
Schengen's Visa Information System to be used in NZ

According to some news reports, all Schengen States’ consulates in New Zealand will begin using the Visa Information System (VIS). The VIS is a central database which is used for the exchange of data on short-duration (up to 90 days in any 180-day period) Schengen visas between Schengen States. The pr...

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Wealthy Chinese knock on New Zealand"s door May 05, 2014
Wealthy Chinese Knock on New Zealand's door

Wealthy Chinese migrants are now seeing to land on New Zealand’s soil, now that Canada has closed its doors on a scheme which let them ‘buy their way to that country’, as commentators put it.The scheme to award permanent residency to those applicants who had loaned the government C$800,000 (NZ$841,000) for ...

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New Zealand's new visa for Turkey's businessmen and diplomats to promote ties April 26, 2014
New visa offered by New Zealand for Turkeys businessmen and diplomats

It will now be easier for business people and diplomats from Turkey to visit New Zealand as that country has introduced and offered a new three-year multiple-entry visa. Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse, who is in Turkey on an official visit, made an announcement to this effect. Mr. Woodhouse is also using ...

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Chinese top the immigrant arrival rate in New Zealand April 25, 2014
Chinese top the immigrant arrival rate in New Zealand

New Zealand government statistics agency has announced that it has seen the highest net gain in the number of immigrants, from over a decade that had ended by March this year, and the Chinese led the arrival rate. In March, 2014, there were 3,800 more arrival of the migrants when compared to the departures in New...

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