SERVICE FEE & RESOURCES

SERVICE FEES

We offer you our New Zealand immigration services, advice and consultations at a very discounted price without compromising the quality of work. Our Service fees for the different Visa categories are very well thought and some of the common types of visas are listed below:

 

Temporary Visas

 

  • Work visa based on Employment and Partnership

 

  • Student & Variation of Condition 

 

  • Visitor  & Working Holiday Visa 

 

  • Visitor Visa with complexities

  •  Section 61 Requests

   

Residence Visa

 

  • Residency from Work

  • Skilled Migrant Category 

 

  • Family Categories 

 

 If the applicants have issues related to health, character, declined visa issues and Section 61 Requests, these will be quoted for separately.

Also our total costs of professional fees are charged without including the Immigration NZ fee. All emergency assistance and service may incur an additional charge to reflect the urgency, out of hours and specialist knowledge. If you have any shortcomings or issues with affordability, please discuss with us. We will do our best to help you.

 

Additional family members/applicants other than the Principle applicant will be separately and some of these are listed below : 

 

  • Spouse/Partner ( per person )

 

  • Children ( per person )

 

  • Visitor ( Basic ) & Working Holiday Visa

 

  • Visitor Visa ( Complex )

 

RESOURCES

May 26, 2020

We have seen an event of this magnanimity for the first time in decades. We have to agree that this is hardest on the migrant community. The people who belong have a sadness in their heart. However, for migrants this sadness then translates to Anxiety, fear and uncertainty in terms of the future. 

Anybody out of the 23,000 applicants of Resident Visa under Skilled Migrant Category, must ensure they are doing everything right. While Migrants have to be careful about their responsibilities and behavior, an event like this will make it more essential. Reduce the minimum hours to 30 hours on your Contract so that employment laws are not breached in case you...

February 10, 2020

Overview of the Parent Category

To be considered under this category, you must:

  • be of good health and character

  • have no dependent children

  • have a reasonable standard of English

  • have an adult child who is a New Zealand citizen or resident and is eligible to sponsor you, and

  • have a sponsor (or sponsors) that meets income requirements.

Only your partner can be included in your Expression of Interest and, later, in your residence application. Children cannot be included and you will not be eligible for residence under the Parent Category if you have dependent children. As the principal applicant, you will need to supply evidence of...

October 25, 2018

While it has been observed over the years that Immigration rules are becoming stricter, It is factually the truth as well. It all depends on how we contemplate it.

When you are in a New Country, we all must be open to becoming one with and adopting the culture of the new country. When I first came to New Zealand, I was overwhelmed with the different cultures I experienced here. It was a pleasant surprise and a lot about the new cultures was a lesson to me. I learnt and compared what I should be doing in terms of improving myself as I was finally independent. I was surprised with how organised New Zealand is as a country.

I love where I come from. Bu...

February 6, 2018

With the changing dynamics of New Zealand, it is an uphill battle to keep up with the changes in Skill requirements and to know whether the changes will affect you or not.

The inflow of migrants who fall in love with this place has been extensive and this country can accommodate so much more than its 4.8 million population.

There are reservations however, about too much inflow of migrants and what it can do to the economy- The housing crisis and Traffic management are an example which is currently limited to Auckland.

Having said that, the move by Immigration to encourage people to leave Auckland has been beneficial and more and more jobs are now availabl...

December 14, 2017

In August 2017, changes to the Skilled Migrant and Essential Skills policies were implemented, aimed at:

  • ensuring we are attracting migrants who bring the most economic benefits to New Zealand and to improve the skill composition of people gaining residence under the Skilled Migrant Category

  • striking the right balance between ensuring New Zealanders are at the front of the queue for jobs while preserving access to the temporary migrant skills necessary for New Zealand’s continued economic growth. 

The changes included introducing remuneration thresholds to both categories, with the aim of improving the assessment of skill and value to New Zea...

August 30, 2017

"Surely there comes a time when counting the cost and paying the price aren't things to think about any more. All that matters is VALUE - the ultimate value of what one does." 

-James Hilton

Many a times I get inquiries from clients who are overseas and not in New Zealand. It is natural that I gather a lot of interest from overseas clients as I was born and raised overseas. What starts of as a discussion/questions usually ends up becoming life decisions for many. I have a lot of clients coming to me of late who ask me what the difference is when an application is submitted by me in New Zealand or an agent in India. The only difference is that the Agent i...

August 13, 2017

The Government has made decisions on proposals announced in April to change the settings for temporary migrant workers under the Essential Skills policy.

The changes will support already announced changes to the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) residence policy and strike the right balance between ensuring New Zealanders are at the front of the queue for jobs and preserving access to the temporary migrant labour necessary for New Zealand’s continued economic growth.

The changes follow a consultation exercise and include:

  • The introduction of remuneration bands to assess the skill level of roles offered to Essential Skills visa applicants

  • The introdu...

August 13, 2017

The Government has made decisions on proposals announced in April to change the settings for temporary migrant workers under the Essential Skills policy.

The changes will support already announced changes to the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) residence policy and strike the right balance between ensuring New Zealanders are at the front of the queue for jobs and preserving access to the temporary migrant labour necessary for New Zealand’s continued economic growth.

The changes follow a consultation exercise and include:

  • The introduction of remuneration bands to assess the skill level of roles offered to Essential Skills visa applicants

  • The introdu...

April 19, 2017

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced a number of changes to New Zealand's immigration system, aimed at tackling the number and quality of immigrants coming for work.

Following is the manner in which these changes will affect Immigrants: 

What has the Government actually done?

They've made  changes to the rules for people applying for a skilled migrant visa - a points-based system for people who want to work and live here indefinitely.

One of the main changes is the introduction of two "remuneration thresholds". According to this change, if an applicant would earn less than the median New Zealand income of $48,859, they won't...

March 27, 2017

While New Zealand is a great place to study as an international student, it does have tuition costs involved.

  • Fees for arts, Business or social sciences range from NZ$16,000 a year.

  • Courses in science and engineering can cost from NZ$20,000 per year.

  • Dentistry and medicine tend to be the most expensive degrees – NZ$25,000 per year.

  • Also, there are few scholarships available for international students studying in New Zealand, and those that are on offer are for PhD students.

What about part-time work?

  • A student visa is condition on sufficient funds to pay for living and accommodation costs.

  • Being able to work while studying c...

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