Why One Must Immigrate to New Zealand
Growing Job Demand: The strong economy and unprecedented demands of the Christchurch rebuild project has created a skills gap across New Zealand. The Government has implemented several measures to make it easier for expats to move to New Zealand to take up jobs that cannot be filled locally. Agencies such as Skills in Demand are identifying skills shortages and actively publicising which roles are being recruited where. If you work in a sector currently in demand, it can boost your points score as a skilled migrant or allow you to apply for a temporary work visa. If you are working in a ‘long-term shortage’ area, you can gain a work to residence visa which allows you apply for residency after two years.
High Quality of Life: An undisputed fact of life in New Zealand is that it’s the good life. New Zealand was rated 2nd in the world for work-life balance in HSBC’s 2018 Expat Explorer Survey and considering that most British expats are looking for exactly that, it is probably one of the very best choices to make for those looking to start afresh. New Zealanders do work hard but they also know when it’s time to down tools and head off to enjoy all that scenery with their family and friends.
Immigrant Friendly: Because it’s a relatively small place, people here have a very special quality about them. Genuine warmth, which seems to be part and parcel of life here, radiates from most of the people you meet. There’s a real love of being neighbourly in New Zealand and once you start thinking of reasons to live in New Zealand, this one will probably keep coming back to you. Getting on with people is one of the most important parts of life and in New Zealand, the people make it easy.
Great Public Services: There’s no denying that New Zealand’s public services are some of the best organised and most efficient in the world. They are frequently cited as a success story in the international media and many other countries look to New Zealand for inspiration when trying to improve their public services. But they are not content to rest on their laurels and continue to lead the way with new reforms.
Great Health Care System: We mentioned it earlier but it’s definitely worth a second mention because it really is excellent. The level of health care on offer here is very, very high quality indeed. The public healthcare system in New Zealand ensures that all residents have access to free or heavily-subsidised hospital care, in addition to emergency treatment. In order to access public healthcare, expats need to have New Zealand residency status.
High Standard of Education: The level of education in New Zealand is very high and more than 90% of the parents who responded in HSBC’s 2015 Expat Explorer survey said that the quality of New Zealand education is ‘the same’ or even ‘better’ than at home. So no matter whether they are currently at kindergarten or university your children are set up for a great future.
How Can We Help You?
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2. You will be allocated to a case immigration officer who will guide you through the required documents and processes.
3. Case immigration officer will assist you in filling your visa application forms and maintaining a track of your other documents.
4. We would book your visa interview date (if required).
5. We would proofread your required documents that need to be submitted at the visa office.
6. Guidance on travelling and job search in Germany will be provided by us.
We offer advice and guidance for the best possible documentation. We assist and guide you at each step until you get your visa.
1. Visa documentation
2. Provide you with the document checklist stage-wise and assisting you with the requisites and the alternatives upon receiving the signed service agreement copy
3. Provide documents samples and assist you with inputs wherever necessary
4. Corresponding with the department, on your behalf, if required Post landing, travelling and settling assistance
5. Documentation service differs from country to country. Please refer your Service Agreement for further details.