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Immigration changes for regions into effect

Earlier this month there was a Press Release from the New Zealand Government announcing new measures designed to improve the spread of workers, skills and investment across New Zealand come into effect today. If you are a skilled migrant and you are wondering how these changes will effect you contact QCL, Aucklands leading immigration law firm.   Immigration […]

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Are you a Bona Fide Student ?

Exams and assignments aren’t the only things you need to be on top of as an international student – you need to make sure that you are a bona fide student for immigration purposes too! This week Queen City Law immigration specialist Lauren Qiu explains how you can make your case and what requirements you […]

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eMedical – INZ establish onshore panel physician network.

More changes for Immigration New Zealands’ visa program. Due to a number of cases of fraud and third parties taking medicals on behalf of visa applicants, INZ is strengthening the system for medical evaluation of visa candidates. The eMedical process forImmigration New Zealand (INZ) moves onshore from 31 March 2015, and will see the establishment of an […]

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A surprising map of the countries that are most and least welcoming to foreigners

Contained in the new World Economic Forum report on global tourism, is data from 140 countries estimating the attitude of each countries’ population toward foreign visitors. The results, mapped out above, seem significant beyond just tourism. Red countries are less welcoming to foreign visitors, according to the data; blue countries are more welcoming. To read the full […]

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Immigration Advisers Authority Updates code of conduct

The code of conduct sets out the required standards of professional and ethical conduct for licensed immigration advisers. The Code was developed by the Registrar of Immigration Advisers and approved by the Minister of Immigration in accordance with section 37(4) of the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007. The code of conduct also sets out obligations […]