Queen City Law deliver high quality migration services to high quality clients from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, The Philippines and Japan and for that matter throughout the world including North America, Europe and other Asian countries. In February 2014 Queen City Law lawyers Bradley So and Marcus Beveridge will be in Japan introducing people in Japan to Charm of investment in New Zealand and migration visas. Queen City Law is working collaboratively with NZ govt officials also travelling with us to introduce more Japanese investors to the Investor Plus $10 M immigration category.We are co- presenting NZ seminars with NZTE, NZ Tourism , Ambassador , ANZ bank, Staples Rodway and INZ in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. We will happily be catching up with some existing clients and would be happy to make time to meet with you while we are in Japan, so don’t hesitate to contact us.
Japan is generally considered high quality and low risk by the NZ immigration department. At Queen City Law we have acted for a number of successful Japanese $10 M clients over last few months who have been very high quality and accordingly have been able to be successfully represented by us expeditiously.
We are very good at what we do and have achieved exceptionally high approval rates – as a one stop legal service provider shop our business model is to then represent these ultra high net worth individuals with all of their NZ based legal instructions and it works very well.
To download a PDF click here Japan Investor Event
To read more about Marcus Beveridge click here.
To read more about Bradely So click here.
To read more on investor category immigration click here.
Programme highlights include:
- Examining the investment and business opportunities in the New Zealand market
- Tourism in New Zealand
- Available migrant investment visas
- Individual meetings
- Future directions of migration in New Zealand
- Legal Services available for migration and investment
- Banking services by ANZ, Japan
Saturday, 1st February 2014 – Tokyo
The presentation will include discussion of the latest investment value and application volumes from Japan; what INZ offers the applicant, and the application process and timeframes.
Immigration New Zealand will provide an overview of Migrant Investment, Investor and Investor Plus residence visa categories.
- Mark Sinclair – New Zealand Ambassador
- Jason reeves – Trade Commissioner in Japan – New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
- Fiona White – Client Manager – Investor Policy, Business Migration Branch
- Marcus Beveridge – Principal – Queen City Law
- Yayoi ashikaga – AOM Visa Consulting
- Hideo Uenishi – Head of Personal Banking – ANZ, Japan
- Nick Mudge – Tourism New Zealand