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Increases will be made across the essential skills work visa and skilled migrant residence visa categories.
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The ETA system aims to streamline the New Zealand entry process and hopefully will improve the traveller experience.
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Article details the increases to visa application fees, lists those who will be impacted and provides advice.
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Explanation of increases in application fees for NZ visas.
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Article discusses positive changes for all temporary visa applicants.
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On 8 August 2018, the Minister of Immigration announced confirmed changes to the post study work visa rules.
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The Minister of Immigration has proposed changes to make it easier for the NZ construction industry to employ migrants.
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The changes will ensure that migrants have enough money to support themselves and their dependents while in New Zealand.
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These changes are designed to ensure that the migrants who are granted residence have the skills that New Zealand needs.
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As of 6 May 2018, partners and dependent children of NZ citizens or residents can now make visa applications online.
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INZ will no longer place visa labels in physical passports, unless specifically requested, and after a fee is paid.
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The proposal is to extend the OIA so that non-residents cannot buy NZ houses or residential land, without OIO permission.
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While on the list, the employer is unable to support an employee to apply for a further work visa or for residence.
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The minimum salary levels have increased and the latest changes to work visas make it harder for low-skilled migrants.
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The minimum salary level has increased for those wanting to apply for residence under the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC).
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Santa needs advice to buy land in NZ to build a house for him, his wife and 100 elves, who will also need working visas.
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The changes will make it difficult for "low skilled" employees to stay in NZ after three years or bring their families.
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Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
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It will be more difficult for people who are doing skilled work, but in lower paid industries, to qualify for residence.
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Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced that it is temporarily suspending the parent category.
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Cavell Leitch
The proposal is to extend the OIA so that non-residents cannot buy NZ houses or residential land, without OIO permission.
Cavell Leitch
The minimum salary levels have increased and the latest changes to work visas make it harder for low-skilled migrants.
Cavell Leitch
On 8 August 2018, the Minister of Immigration announced confirmed changes to the post study work visa rules.
Cavell Leitch
Increases will be made across the essential skills work visa and skilled migrant residence visa categories.
Cavell Leitch
The ETA system aims to streamline the New Zealand entry process and hopefully will improve the traveller experience.
Cavell Leitch
The minimum salary level has increased for those wanting to apply for residence under the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC).
Cavell Leitch
These changes are designed to ensure that the migrants who are granted residence have the skills that New Zealand needs.
Cavell Leitch
Article discusses positive changes for all temporary visa applicants.
Cavell Leitch
Article details the increases to visa application fees, lists those who will be impacted and provides advice.
Cavell Leitch
Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
Cavell Leitch
Explanation of increases in application fees for NZ visas.
Cavell Leitch
While on the list, the employer is unable to support an employee to apply for a further work visa or for residence.
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