VISA SERVICES &
Whatever New Zealand visa you need, wherever you are,
we can help.
Whether you are already in New Zealand or overseas, there are different types of work visas available.
The most common work visa is the Essential Skills Work Visa, allowing stays from 1 year up to 5 years.
The Skilled Migrant Category is the most common residence class visa. It is a two stage, points based visa, aimed at applicants aged 55 years and under.
Partners and dependent children can be included and if successful you can live and work in New Zealand indefinitely.
Family & Partnership
If you are a partner of a New Zealand citizen or resident, you may be eligible to apply for residence based on your partnership.
Partners of Work visa holders may be eligible to apply for a visa which entitles them to work, study or just visit New Zealand. Some visas allow children to join their parents.
Student visas allow you to come to New Zealand to study full-time to gain internationally recognised qualifications. Depending on your visa conditions, you can work part-time while studying and work full-time during the holidays.
Partners and children may be eligible to apply for a visa based on their relationship with you.
There are a number of different Visitor Visas that allow you to come to New Zealand to visit family, partners and friends, holiday or explore New Zealand, participate in amateur sports or adventure activities, undertake business activities, medical consultations or take a short term study course.
Get the right visa before you travel.
Working Holiday Visa
The Working Holiday scheme allows young people from specific countries to spend time in New Zealand, during which they can study, work and holiday while in New Zealand.
This is a great way to experience the New Zealand way of life.
We can help with a range of different services and matters, including:
Section 61 Request
Variations of Conditions
Assessment for Residence
Character / Medical Waiver Request
Request for Reconsideration of Visa
Response to Potentially Prejudicial Information
Employers & Accreditation
We assist employers by reviewing your advertising and employment documentation to meet the Labour Market Test and Immigration New Zealand's immigration instructions.
From 2021 you must be accredited to employ migrants on the new temporary work visa.
"We consulted Adrienne on various matters regarding our Immigration status. We found her to be extremely helpful and concise in her explanations and have every confidence in her advice."
Jeremy and Elizabeth, UK
(Permanent Residence Applicants)