New Zealand Immigration News

 
New Work Law is Helpful to Protect Indian workers in New Zealand June 12, 2018
NZ to Protect Indian Workers Under New Work Law

Foreign-born workers are excessively exploited and over-utilized in New Zealand. Looking at the poor condition of highly skilled immigrants, the New Zealand government has altered its work visas to safeguard their rights. Iain Lees-Galloway, immigration minister of New Zealand, revealed that the changes are aimed at ...

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NZ Signed A Deal with Chinese Banks for Visa Approval to their Clients May 28, 2018
NZ Signed A Deal with Chinese Banks for Visa Approval to their Clients

Immigration New Zealand signed a deal with China UnionPay and Bank of China to approve visas of their clients in just one working day. However, these clients should’ve already traveled to New Zealand in the past two years on a tourist visa to be eligible for the program. Bank of China’s Private Banking a...

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Widow of Drowned Man Pleads to Stay Back in New Zealand March 30, 2018
Widow of Drowned Man Pleads to Stay Back in New Zealand

Tanvi Bahvsar and Hemin Limbachiya were married for less than a month when her husband passed away in a drowning accident in New Zealand. The couple was out with a friend at the Waimarama Beach on January 14, just relaxing from a busy ceremonial month.They were 50 meters from the shoreline when a current started pu...

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New Zealand Grants PR to Earthquake Refugees on Humanitarian Grounds March 09, 2018
New Zealand Grants PR to Earthquake Refugees on Humanitarian Grounds

In 2015, Nepal was high by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that injured around 22,000 people and killed almost 9,000. For those who claimed refugee status were welcomed in New Zealand. Some were even told to stay in the country forever as they were suffering from the chronic post-traumatic stress disorder.There was this one...

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Immigrants from UK and US Increases Rapidly in New Zealand March 05, 2018
Immigrants from UK and US Increases Rapidly in New Zealand

Away from the hustle and bustle of city life and dirty politics, UK and US citizens are settling in the faraway land of New Zealand. The activity has been even stronger after the UK exited European Union and Donald Trump became the US president in 2017.Compared to 2016, 45 percent of Americans settling in New Zealand i...

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New Zealand is suffering from an Underemployment Crisis February 24, 2018
New Zealand is suffering from an Underemployment Crisis

There are jobs in New Zealand but no one to fill them. There are people in the country who want to work in those jobs but can’t because they aren’t skilled enough for them. At the same time, there are more than skilled for jobs there are currently holding. Looking at this situation, one can say that New Zealand is ...

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Transparency in the Migration Policies in New Zealand March 11, 2017
Transparency in the Migration Policies in New Zealand

The stand on the migration of the country’s leading party is shifting as we approach Election period. Not only is the position changing as we quickly approach the elections, but it is evolving too.The current evidence in the face of this phenomenon is palpable in the words of the country’s two major parties on ...

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New Zealand introduces reforms for residency permits October 14, 2016
New Zealand introduces reforms for residency permits

With an intention to limit the increase in the number of the immigrants willing to work and reside in the New Zealand, the Government of New Zealand has announced modifications in the residency permits.The changes announced by the New Zealand Government focused mainly on (1) decreasing the number of residency permits b...

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