There are four main categories for residence applications to New Zealand :
Yes, your spouse who is legally married to the principal applicant may be included in the application. A dependent child (whether natural or adopted) of the principal applicant or spouse/partner may be included in the application for permanent residence.
You must have sufficient personal resources to support yourself and your dependants for the first 24 months in New Zealand. New permanent residents are not eligible for benefit from NZ Income Support in these first 2 years, except in emergency cases.
The principal applicant and all accompanying dependents have to pay a non-refundable fee to the New Zealand High Commission for processing their application. The applicant has to pay NZ$ 236 to the New Zealand High Qualification Assessment Authorities besides paying a Migration Levy and High Commission Fee of Rs. 23,800 (non-refundable).
Yes, in order to ascertain the fulfillment of the "good character" requirement, police clearances are necessary. They are required for all those included in the application who are 17 years and older. They must be obtained from every country in which you have spent 12 months or more within the past 10 years. Please note that police certificates and clearances must be less than six months old.
Yes, every applicant must undergo Medical (for all applicants which are no more than 03 month old when application logged) and X-Ray examinations in order to demonstrate "good health". Applicants in good health are considered those who are not likely to be a danger to public health or not likely to be a burden on the health services; or are not unfit for the purpose of entry.
Yes, in the Business Investor and General Skills categories, points are awarded if you have an immediate family member who is a New Zealand citizen or resident and is willing to undertake sponsorship. The family sponsor is responsible for providing information and advice, and providing accommodation and support in the first 24 months of your residence in New Zealand.
You can apply for New Zealand citizenship after 3 years of residency.
New Zealand is experiencing a shortage of skilled professionals in many occupations. Furthermore, it has unemployment rates as low as 6% in some cities. However, some occupations are more in demand than others. The best way to investigate the employment climate given your specific occupation is to consult the employment section in New Zealand newspapers.
Initially, you must apply for a Business Skills (Provisional) visa, which will be granted for a period of four years.
The Business Skills (Provisional) visa category also provides for State/Territory government sponsorship for each visa, to enable States and Territories of Australia to have more influence over the number and skill levels of business migrants they are seeking to attract. If an applicant has sponsorship from a State or Territory government and applies under the State/Territory Sponsored Business Owner, State/Territory Sponsored Senior Executive or State/Territory Sponsored Investor visas, they are considered against lower level criteria. State and Territory governments have their own criteria for deciding whom they will sponsor. These are specialized processing centers for applications in the Business Skills visa categories.
After you have been granted a visa in the Business Skills (Provisional) category, you are expected to either establish or buy into a business in Australia or maintain a designated investment for four years. After you have successfully operated a business for two years or maintained your designated investment for four years, you will be eligible to apply for a permanent Business Skills (Residence) visa. You must apply for this in Australia. A direct permanent residence visa, that is, a migrant visa, will still be available for high-caliber business migrants sponsored by State/Territory governments. It is known as the Business Talent (Migrant) visa.
If you are seeking short-term entry to Australia for a stay of up to three months to undertake business activities to assist you in establishing a business in Australia, such as business meetings or negotiations, building inspections or equipment installation, you will need to obtain a short stay business visa.
This visa does not permit the applicant to engage in work that might otherwise be carried out by an Australian citizen or permanent resident. If you are seeking long term entry to Australia for a stay of over three months to establish a business in Australia, you will need to obtain a Business Skills visa.
There is provision for Business Skills entry for business owners, senior executives and investors. From 1 March 2003, the majority of Business Skills entrants will enter Australia initially on a Business Skills (Provisional) temporary visa for four years and, after satisfactory evidence of a specified level of business or investment activity, may apply for permanent residence.
The pathway to permanent residence is designed to give clarity and certainty to provisional business migrants and relies upon the establishment and management of genuine business activity in Australia. There is also provision for high-caliber business migrants under the Business Talent visa to obtain direct permanent residence if they have high-level business attributes and are sponsored by a State or Territory government. he first installment of the visa application charge at the time of your applicant.
If members of your family unit are included in your application, only one application charge is payable for the entire family unit. to pay the second installment of the Visa Application Charge, if you have less than 'functional' English. This charge must be paid prior to the grant of your provisional visa and will entitle you and your family members to attend English language classes in Australia. You are also responsible for any costs associated with health assessments and obtaining relevant penal clearances for you and your family as part of your visa application.
PROVISIONAL VISAS Business Owner (Provisional) is for people with a successful business career, including senior management or ownership, who have significant business assets and have a genuine and realistic commitment to participate as a principal in the management of a new or existing business. This category may be sponsored by a State/Territory government, with lower level criteria applying.
Senior Executive (Provisional) is for senior executive employees of major overseas businesses who have been responsible for strategic policy development affecting a major component or a wide range of operations of that business, who have significant net assets and a genuine and realistic commitment to participate as a principal in the management of a new or existing business. This category may be sponsored by a State/Territory government, with lower level criteria applying.
Investor (Provisional) for investors/business people who have an overall successful record of business or investment activities, have significant net assets, are willing to invest funds in a designated investment in Australia for three years and have a genuine commitment to maintain business and investment activity in Australia. This category may be sponsored by a State/Territory government, with lower level criteria applying.
Migrant Visas Business Talent (Migrant) is for high-caliber business people who are owners or part owners of an overseas business and have an overall successful business career, significant business assets and have a genuine and realistic commitment to participate as a principal in the management of a new or existing business. This category must be sponsored by a State/Territory government.
Business Owner (Residence) is for persons who hold a Business Skills (Provisional) and have had an ownership interest in a business in Australia for at least 2 years with significant personal and business assets, turnover as well as a minimum number of employees. Applicants must have been in Australia for at least one year in the two years immediately before applying. This category may be sponsored by a State/Territory government, with lower level criteria applying. There is also provision for 457 Independent Executive visa holders in Australia to apply for the State/Territory Sponsored Business Owner.
Investor (Residence) - for persons who have held a Investor Provisional) visa and a Designated Investment for the minimum 4 years and who have lived in Australia for at least 2 years in the four years immediately before the application is made. This category may be sponsored by a State/Territory government.
A student visa is the approval you need in your passport to enable you to travel to New- Zealand to study.It is the requirement by law that you will need a student visa if you are in New- Zealand and want to travel overseas and return to New-Zealand to study.The student visa gives you permission to travel to New-Zealand and means that you may be granted a student permit when you arrive.The student visa also means thaThe student visa also means that you can be issued for a single (one journey) or multiple (more that one journey) entry.
Student permit is the signature in your passport that acknowledges your right to study in New- Zealand. It will state the expiry date and give the circumstance of your permit. permit will include dThe circumstance of your student permit will include details about:
You will need a student visa if you are not a resident in New Zealand, and are coming to New Zealand to study full time(for longer than three months. Your spouse, or partner and children who would like to go with you can apply for visitor or student visa. ealand from visa free countries may apply for a student permit once an educational institute has accepted them. u will need a student visa if you are not a resident in New Zealand, and are coming to New Zealand to study full time(for longer than three months. Your spouse, or partner and children who would like to go with you can apply for visitor or student visa. Possible student coming as visitors to New Zealand from visa free countries may apply for a student permit once an educational institute has accepted them.
Workers and visitors in New Zealand that want to study full time. Zealand on another type of temporary permit i.e work permit.Children to study while their families are in New Zealand.
Full details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in NeFull details of visa and permit requirements, advice on rights to employment in New Zealand while studying and reporting requirements are available through the New Zealand immigration service.
If you are 17 years of age and over and intend to stay in New Zealand for a total of more than two years, you must provide a police certificate to show you are of good character. In order to pr
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