Immigration

Remuneration threshold changes
With February fast approaching, it is important to pay regard to Immigration New Zealand’s upcoming remuneration changes. As of the 24 February 2020, wage and salary thresholds are increasing...
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Immigration January Newsletter
In this edition: Remuneration threshold changes Introducing expat resettlement expert, Bridget Romanes 2020 investment...
Consultation on migrant exploitation
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) welcomed feedback and proposals for the...
Immigration December Newsletter
In this edition: Consultation on migrant exploitation New capital requirements on banks and the...
The latest on Culturally Arranged Marriage visas
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has been in hot water with the recent uproar around...
Immigration November Newsletter
In this edition: The latest on culturally arranged marriage visas Listed utilities sector in...
New ANZSCO occupations allowing grant of residency and three-year work visas
Statistics New Zealand and the Australian Bureau of Statistics have completed a refresh of...
Immigration October Newsletter
In this edition: Parent Resident Visa Category will open again in February 2020 New...
New Parent Residence Category to open in February 2020
The Minister of Immigration has finally announced that the Parent Resident Visa Category will...
Immigration September Newsletter
In this edition: Problems with Work Visas for Employees of Non-Accredited Labour Hire companies...
Problems with work visas for employees of non-accredited Labour Hire companies
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) seem to be taking a renewed interest in temporary work...
Employer Supported Work Visa changes announced
Today the Minister of Immigration (Minister) has released further details on the long-anticipated changes...
Delays in visa processing timeframes impact employers and employees
If you employ migrant workers and they are looking to apply for visas you...
Immigration August Newsletter
In this edition: Immigration New Zealand: significant processing delays Global financial turbulance? Not in...
Immigration July newsletter
In this edition: Partnership-Based Temporary Visa applications: stuck between a rock and hard place...
A temporary change in location: employers of work-visa holders beware
Scenario: A multinational engineering firm advertises an Engineering Technician vacancy on Seek and LinkedIn...
Lane Neave welcomes two new partners
National law firm, Lane Neave, is proud to welcome two new Partners in recognition...
Calculating base salary – Work to Residence (Talent) Visa
Early last year, we shared with you our observation on Immigration New Zealand (INZ)...
Wellington appointment bolsters Lane Neave national immigration law offering
National law firm Lane Neave has enhanced its immigration service to existing and new...
Travelling to New Zealand — new requirements for visa waiver travellers
From 1 October 2019 some international visitors and transit passengers must hold an Electronic...