Get Expert Help With Your Visa Application From Our Licensed NZ Immigration Advisers
Getting the right advice from experienced, licensed NZ immigration advisers before you make any visa applications can be vital in many cases.
After all, immigration regulations change quickly – and any incorrect applications for NZ visas can result in lengthy delays and additional costs.
We recommend that at the very least, you seek advice on the current process for NZ visa applications. Our team of licensed NZ immigration advisers will ensure you get the correct information, and that you understand the application process. We can manage the entire process for you, if required, and do all the work that’s necessary to apply for an NZ visa, or help with responding to further information requests and letters from Immigration New Zealand.
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Our New Zealand immigration consultants specialise in helping employers hire migrant workers, from employer accreditation, to job checks, and Accredited Employer Work Visa applications. Plus our partners can help with international recruitment and HR support to provide a complete end-to-end service. Read more about employing migrants.
Would you like to join your partner who’s working, studying, or living in New Zealand? There are number of visa types that enable you to do this, but there will be differences regarding work rights, and the length of the visa. Read more about New Zealand Partnership Visas.
There are various pathways to make New Zealand your permanent home, and the best route for you will depend on your occupation, skills, experience, and whether you have a job offer or not. The best solution may not be immediately obvious, so we’d encourage you to get advice from our New Zealand immigration advisers early on. Read more about NZ Resident Visas.
There are a number of work visas in addition to the Accredited Employer Work Visa, including options for working holidays, occupation-based work visas, business visitor visas, and visas for employees who are relocating with a business. Read more about New Zealand work visas.
NZ student visas cover all levels of study: primary, intermediate, and secondary schools – to tertiary education, postgraduate studies, vocational training, and English language schools. Different student visas have different rules around working rights. Read more about New Zealand student visas.
Visa waiver country passport holders can visit NZ as a tourist for 3 months without a visa. There are special visitor visas for business visitors, arts and music, sports and support staff, medical treatments and those escorting medical patients, as well as for the crew of superyachts, ships, and aircraft. Read more about New Zealand visitor visas.
“Without VisaAide, we wouldn’t have been able to play with a full team”
“Wellington Phoenix Football Club has been using VisaAide for our New Zealand and Australian immigration needs since October 2020.
VisaAide has been a critical part of our Football Department player and staff New Zealand and Australian visa application and management processes. We had a large number ofplayers that needed to travel in a short amount of time – and VisaAide made it happen for us. Without VisaAide, we wouldn’t have been able to play with a full team, which would have had a serious impact on our team’s performance and results.
The whole VisaAide team took the time to understand the demands and pressures of our visa requirements on both sides of theTasman. They ensured that our players and staff have at all times had correct visas and received them in a timely manner during an extremely challenging COVID-19 Pandemic
professionalism and client focus that the team at VisaAide have afforded us over the last two years, and continue to provide us with.
I would strongly urge anyone needing New Zealand and Australian visa advice and management to utilise the services of VisaAide.”
Shaun Gill, Director of Football, Wellington Phoenix FC
Do you need help from our NZ immigration advisers?
We specialise in New Zealand visas – contact us for up-to-date advice.