Marcus Beveridge – NZ Leading Immigration Expert

Marcus N Beveridge of Queen City Law is widely considered to be one of New Zealand’s leading immigration practitioners. Marcus has considerable experience in this area and has probably acted on far more successful Permanent Residence Applications and Temporary (Work/Student/Visitor) Applications than any other lawyer in New Zealand.

Queen City Law can also provide legal advice on tax structuring, investment in New Zealand and all other associated legal issues as required. Marcus and his team can assist with virtually all temporary and permanent resident visa applications and all associated matters. Recently we have acted on 2 10 million dollar Investor 1 cases,work visas for senior executives of some of NZs largest corporates ( one of which was approved within a day or so ), a number of successful LTBV and Entrepreneur applications and virtually all other types of mainstream visa applications (except refugee cases which we never act on) virtually all with successful results. Marcus was the Chairman of the New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment from 2004 through to 2006 (NZAMI) and currently sits on the Immigration Committee of the New Zealand Law Society.

Marcus has most recently been involved in reviewing the Investor Categories of New Zealand Government Business Immigration Policy in conjunction with senior officials of Immigration New Zealand.

Modifications to the new Investor Policies have just become effective (NZ$10m and NZ$1.5m). The fact is that Marcus would be virtually without parallel throughout New Zealand in terms of representing literally hundreds of investors with all of their legal requirements in New Zealand since the inception of this programme, originally in 1999. These new policies place substantial emphasis on active investment in NZ for a three or four year term and Queen City Law is therefore a very obvious destination for anyone considering immigration to NZ under these categories as sound legal advice is a necessity.

For more information, check out the QCL Law Library for documents and checklists pertaining to migration to NZ.

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