Don’t miss important immigration announcements from INZ, the media, and our blog. In our monthly recap, we summarise the immigration news you need to know for October 2020.
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New Zealand news
On Tuesday 17 September the Government announced significant changes to work visas in New Zealand. Aaron Martin, Principal Lawyer at New Zealand Immigration Law, weighs in on the impact the Talent Skill visa changes will have for employers.
As of 1st of October 2019, the New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority will come into full effect. This means that all travellers who require an NZeTA and attempt to travel to or transit via New Zealand without one will be denied boarding. If you need to fill out your NZeTA application, now is the time to act.
Leading Auckland immigration lawyer Aaron Martin knows from extensive experience with clients exactly where the frustrations and incompetencies of the New Zealand immigration current process lie. He has some suggestions for the new Government about where its focus should be when it comes to immigration.
New Zealand news has recently reported that Legatum Institute, a London based research institute, has voted New Zealand the happiest and most prosperous country in its 10th annual global Prosperity Index. Read more here.