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 )



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...

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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