At NZ Immigration Law we provide practical expert advice on immigrating to New Zealand. Our goal is to simplify the application process for you and take the guesswork out of the procedure.
The process of applying to live in your chosen country can be time-consuming, confusing, stressful, and expensive. Don’t waste time trying to
figure it all out yourself. Get our expert advice and feel confident that you have done the best you can to make your dream a reality.
Why getting an expert opinion could save you both time and money
Whether you are in New Zealand and are having trouble with your application, or overseas and need the right advice before applying for your visa we know the pitfalls and issues that could hold up or delay your application process. We help you navigate the process and address any issues arising from your status. We can also assess your application and confirm at an early stage whether your application has merit so you can make timely and cost-effective decisions.
Our immigration law experts can offer you a clear pathway to make the right decisions and apply under the correct criteria. We provide assistance in building a case to supplement your application and can also help you clarify your application to make it easy for Immigration New Zealand to make a decision about your suitability.
Your visa application to realise your dream of moving to New Zealand is too
important to risk making mistakes. Go with the best. Let us make sure it’s all
correct and take away the stress of the process.
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OUR IMMIGRATION SERVICES
- Assessment of your eligibility to immigrate to New Zealand
- Advice on which criteria to apply under and the documentation required
- Assistance for all visa categories in building a case for your application
- Guidance in applying for business visas, including assistance in business plans and associated legal, taxation, and regulatory work relating to the immigrant's business
- Assistance, advice, and intervention for those with major issues with their case (such as medical or character issues or possible deportation action)