New Zealand Immigration News

 
New Zealand employment expected to increase 2.5% by 2016 April 14, 2015
New Zealand to increase the employment rate to 2.5% by 2016

The Employment rate in New Zealand is anticipated to surge by 2.5% during 2015 and 2016, 1.9% between 2016 and 2017 and 1.6% in 2017-18, as per the new statement of the nations Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Few of the concerned sources of the country are predicting a strong rise in employment sectors...

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Significant Uplift in New Zealand Migration Levels March 31, 2015
New Zealand looks forward to lure more overseas applicants

As per the new records of New Zealand, it has seen a steady rise in immigrants count from last 12 months. Few of the concerned sources of the country reveal that more overseas applicants are showing interest to reside and work in New Zealand. Compared to previous year figure of 53,797, immigration level of the country ...

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New Zealand is most sought-after destination for foreigners March 12, 2015
New Zealand is a home to foreign nationals

Migrants are eyeing at New Zealand, which is benefited for its net immigration gain from 2002, a new report unveiled.A report from Business, Innovation & Employment's Migration Trends and Outlook revealed that the rate of net migration has recoiled from a net loss of 3200 in the year 2011 or 2012 to a gain of 38,30...

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Migration boom in New Zealand reaches 50,000 for the first time February 28, 2015
New Zealand witnesses migration boom of 50,000 like never before

The boom in the migration sector witnessed an all-time record profit of almost 51,000 individuals in 2014. However, the speed with which immigrants were coming has diminished since December. A net migration value has been created by more people arriving and lesser leaving New Zealand and heading for Australia. As per s...

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Queenstown to get visa relaxation for immigration February 23, 2015
Immigration rules to be eased for Queenstown

Until this June, New Zealand recruiters do not need to check if eligible employees to the country could meet the openings in the resort. This year’s summer season is ending up as very hectic and also very profitable in the history of the tourism of Queenstown. However, it has pressurized the operators to fill up the ...

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New Zealand to offer streamlined visa processing for Business Events Visitors of China February 20, 2015
New Zealand's fast-tracked visa processing for Chinese Business Events Visitors

In a bid to woo more business events visitors from China, New Zealand is planning to streamline the facilities of visa processing for Chinese travelers starting from 1 March 2015. The move will be followed by the signing of MoU or submission of visa applications for Business Events in Shanghai by Immigration New Zealan...

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New Zealand: Annual migration has hit a new record December 19, 2014
Annual students' migration to New Zealand has hit a new record

During the period of immigration boon a decagon ago, annual immigration of the students from overseas nations has increased to 50,000 and the economics anticipate 60,000 migrants the coming year. New Zealand’s government found, more Indians coming to the country for higher education and most of its citizens returning...

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Tourism New Zealand provides free visa facility to Indians for 2015 ICC World Cup December 01, 2014
New Zealand to offer free visas to Indians for 2015 World Cup

With an unexpected windfall of numerous numbers of people to the country for forthcoming ICC world cup, the tourism department of New Zealand has planned to provide free VOA (visas on arrival) for Indian tourists. While promulgating the link-up with the Centrum group on issuing of visas for ICC world cup Tourism, the ...

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