The NZRP (New Zealand Residence Programme) Planning Range sets the upper and lower number for residence visa approvals. The transitional Planning Range will be 50,000 to 60,000 residence approvals from 1 July 2018 to 31 December 2019.
2017 is election year in New Zealand so that there is more focus upon the countries immigration policy and some changes to the minimum standards. Immigration New Zealand have become much more proactive in their process requirements for applications. To avoid requests for further information and delay in process, much more emphasis is required […]
Wednesday, 19 April 2017 The Government has announced a package of changes designed to better manage immigration and improve the labour market contribution of temporary and permanent migration. Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) changes: • Changes will take effect on 14 August 2017 • The changes put more focus on skilled work experience, more recognition of […]
Hon Michael Woodhouse Minister of Immigration 7 December 2016 Media Statement Investor policy changes to encourage growth Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse says changes to the migrant investor policy will encourage investments that provide greater economic benefits for New Zealand. “There’s no doubt the Migrant Investor categories are performing well with $2.9 billion invested since they […]
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The University of Auckland has been ranked New Zealand’s leading university in the QS World University Rankings 2016/2017. Placed 81st in the world, the University of Auckland is the only New Zealand university in the top 100. The University of Auckland is also the only New Zealand university ranked among the world’s top 200 universities by […]
On 5 September, our company director Mr. Lixin Liang is invited to dine with the Honourable Minister of Immigration, Mr. Michael Woodhouse. He provides suggestions to the immigration minister to advocate the skilled migrant policy for attracting global tenants and attracting quality International students to come for quality education in NZ.
Mr. Y, manager at a Chinese restaurant, applied skill migrant resident application in 2013 by himself and it was declined. He was then referred to IEF for appeal process. During this period, he encountered many personal difficulties, including changing employer. He even wanted to give up and go to south island to start over again. […]
A high school student party was successfully organised by IEF in April 2016. Not only high school students, we have also invited university students and graduates to share their experiences. The event was successfully ended with laughs and many good memories. Pizza sharing Game -1 Game -2 Group photo at the end
Original Source: http://www.newzealandflavour.com/robson-liang.html Robson was born in China, not only educated in China, but also Australia and New Zealand. He was graduated with a Postgraduate qualification from Massey University. In 1993, Robson moved to New Zealand from Australia because he strongly believes in the unique opportunities and potential this country has to offer. He is now […]