New Zealand immigration guide

Home of the famous All Blacks national rugby team, New Zealand boasts of its multi-cultural diversity as well as friendly environment.
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All foreigners entering New Zealand must apply for an entry permission by completing an arrival card. The island offers various visa options for foreigners:

Visitor Visa

The visa allows you to stay up to 9 months, in it, you can include your partner, and dependent children aged 19 and under. Applications take about 36+ days to be processed. You cannot work in New Zealand with this visa. However, you may study for 3 months under this visa.

 

Business Visitor's Visa

The visa permits one to stay and study for 3 months. You cannot work under this visa. You must have enough money to support your length of stay.

 

 

Skilled Migrant Resident Visa

An opportunity for those who wish to live and work indefinitely in New Zealand. The visa permits you to include your partner, and dependent children aged 24 and under, in your residency application. To qualify to be considered for a residency under this visa, you need to send an Expression of Interest (EOI) explaining your work in New Zealand.

Student Visa

New Zealand gives the option different types of study visas. These include self-paid, exchange programs, foreign funded government scholarships and pathway visas, allow one to study for 4 years and up to 5 years for the Pathway Visa. The student visa is normally the same length of time as the study you’ve paid for. 

 

Partner of A New Zealand Visa

If your partner is a New Zealand citizen you can apply for either visitors visa, work, residency under this category. 

Culturally arranged marriage visitor Visa

You can be granted a 3-month visitor’s visa to stay with your New Zealand partner, if you are culturally married desire to get married in New Zealand.

 

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