Immigration News Tag

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Immigration update for migrants, what you can do right now

Due to COVID-19, there have been a lot of delays and disruption to visa processing, and those changes have caused significant confusion amongst migrants. So, in this article, we’re outlining the best course of action and suggested focus for common visa types and scenarios – so that you know exactly where you stand, what you should be aware of, and what you should be doing.

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We need to protect our skilled labour pool, here is how we can do it …

 People may currently be unable to leave the country due to restricted airline services, other countries preventing arrivals, and a deteriorating position internationally. What does this mean for those who are here on temporary visas? There is an option that the government can utilise that we outline in this article.

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How the Talent skill visa changes will impact employers

TALENT work visa changes 2019 - picture of feet beside New Zealand flag

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.

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Help with a declined visa application

Man sitting in car, happy after receiving help with a declined visa application

Our client came to us after a declined visa application, due to criminal activity. The ‘criminal activity’ was only a traffic offence, but immigration had marked it against him. We challenged the charge and the visa was approved – he was allowed to stay in the country that had been his home for six years. Here is his story.

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Major bureaucratic flaws in New Zealand’s immigration system

New Zealand's immigration system

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.

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