New Zealand Visa News

Immigration New Zealand Warns About Visa Delays Ahead

Immigration New Zealand Warns About Visa Delays Ahead

Immigration New Zealand has given early warnings to clients that the recent terrorist attacks at Christchurch can affect the processing of visa applications by causing delays. There are over 190 visa applicants who have been granted visitor visas to New Zealand. This number represents applicants who are family members of the victims of the Christchurch […]

New Zealand Gains a Worldwide Immigration Interest

New Zealand Gains a Worldwide Immigration Interest

Since the deadly terrorist attack at Christchurch, New Zealand has sparked a worldwide immigration interest. Records from Immigration New Zealand (INZ) show that there’s been a spike in the number of registrations from people who want to live and work in New Zealand. This flood of visa applications started since the shootings of March 15 […]

Demand for More Open Visas in New Zealand on the Rise

Demand for More Open Visas in New Zealand on the Rise

The Indian Workers Association (IWA) and the Union Network of Immigrants (UNEMIG) jointly conducted a survey and an OIA which reveal that for the exploitation of foreign workers to be significantly cut down, and wages lifted for all, the proposed temporary work visas must become open work visas. UNEMIG and IWA have accessed info from […]

New Zealanders to Get Special Treatment from Australia

New Zealanders to Get Special Treatment from Australia

Australia is set to give New Zealanders a different treatment regarding deportation appeals as recommended by a team set up by Australia Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton. The inquiry also recommended that New Zealand students who have had four years of their higher education in Australia be given access to student loans. Last year, the […]

New Zealand Visa Applications Increase Causes Visa Delays

New Zealand Visa Applications Increase Causes Visa Delays

A group of tourists from China who intend to begin a one-week tour in New Zealand by January 2, 2019, are yet to receive their visitor visas after having waited for two months. This delay and that of many others have sparked questions about the competence of New Zealand in handling the inevitable increase in […]

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