As a highly experienced clinical prosthetist, Johan changes the lives of those living with disabilities. In 2021, Johan and his family made the decision to make a change to their own lives by immigrating to New Zealand from South Africa.
Updates and insights from New Zealand’s leading immigration lawyer.
New Zealand’s immigration laws are changing all the time, especially now, adding complexity to an-already complicated system. In our immigration law blog, we not only share news as it breaks but help you make sense of it.
Opinion piece: Aaron Martin New Zealand Immigration law
As New Zealand navigates the complexities of a post-COVID world, the Labour Government’s approach to immigration has increasingly come under scrutiny.
As 2023 draws to a close, New Zealand’s immigration landscape is set to undergo significant changes that will affect employers and migrants alike.
New Zealand’s immigration system is under strain, and nowhere is this more evident than in the handling of partnership visas for residency. Recent updates reveal that the expectation is now set at a staggering 15 months for 90% of these visas to be processed.
While the government’s new measures for exploited migrant workers earn applause, a crucial change to the 90-day trial period goes unnoticed. This overlooked adjustment could have far-reaching implications for employers and migrants alike.
Guest Post: James Usmar Senior Investment Advisor Hobson Wealth
As the New Zealand economy seeks to establish itself on the global stage once again, Immigration New Zealand is looking to attract new migrant investors who are interested in building businesses, increas
New Zealand’s investment visa programme, the Active Investor Plus Visa, comes with a complex set of requirements, specifically designed to attract a certain breed of overseas investors.
“I needed someone to hold my hand through the whole process. NZIL was both professional and helpful.” – Peter
Peter, an employer with a unique hiring challenge, had advertised a role in New Zealand for months without attracting any local interest.
The government has announced a new median wage of NZD $31.61 per hour to be implemented in the immigration system by February 2024. While it may seem like a straightforward update, the implications for both employers and migrants are far-reaching.