Tag Archives: Immigration consultant

Residents liable for deportation after criminal conviction

In this short article Tina Hwang discusses her experiences successfully appealing sentances handed out under the Immigration Act 2009. Tina explores some of the important issues relating to deportation. To read more articles by Tina click here. To read more about Queen City Law property expert Tina Hwang click here. To download the article as a […]

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Help! Being deported, what can I do?

Are you worried about being deported? Recently there have been several high profile reports of deportation issues in the NZ media. Queen City Law are Immigration experts  Recently QCL advised specialist offshore companies requiring work visas for the Christchurch rebuild, assisting a number of clients obtain successful immigration outcomes after being declined using immigration agents […]

What is deportation?

Foreign nationals who are lawfully in New Zealand can sometimes find themselves in danger of deportation, in this situation it is important to get good legal advice. One Hastings-based Indian couple are facing deportation after what they claim were a series of mistakes made by a local law firm have appealed to local MP Craig […]

Immigrants good for economy – NZIER

Immigrants good for economy says the NZIER in a recent report. A leading economic think tank says doubling New Zealand’s annual immigration target could inject an extra $1.8 billion annually into the economy. The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) is calling for a more ambitious population policy which it says will drive competition […]

Queen City Law in Japan – Investment in New Zealand and migration visas

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 […]

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Migrating to NZ: The Investor Category update

Queen City Law deliver high quality migration services to high quality clients from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, The Philippines and Japan. Some migrants to New Zealand enter under the Investor Category. In late June 2013 Queen City Law lawyers Bradley So and John Jon were in Singapore attending a conference and introducing people in Singapore […]

Has your visa application been declined due to ‘non bona fides’?

If your visa has been declined due to ‘non bona fides” get in touch with the immigration law team at Queen City Law. We can help answer your questions and ensure your visa application gets completed and followed up effectively. Queen City Law immigration lawyers outline a few of the ways you can approach this problem. […]

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Investor 2 Category Immigration to NZ – What should I invest in?

You are an Investor 2 Category Immigrant to NZ , your budget is 1.5 Million Minimum; what should you invest in? You could buy property, maybe invest in an existing business, our in Government Debt or maybe even expand your existing business operation to the New Zealand market. Whatever the mix that fits your situation […]

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I have a job as a Manager, am I eligible under the Skilled Migrant Category?

Bradley So is a Philippine born New Zealander who is is fluent in English and Tagalog. He has expertise in immigration, particularly business and skilled immigration and this week seeks to answer the question. I have a job as a Manager, am I eligible under the Skilled Migrant Category? To read more articles by Bradley […]

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What is a PPI? – Responding to Potentially Prejudicial Information (PPI) in your Visa Application

If INZ holds concerns about your application, they will ask you to clarify and respond to their concerns and submit additional supporting evidence. The article explores some of the aspects of  these letters and how they affect migrants. Referred to as ‘PPI letters’, such letters  can often be the cause of great panic to an […]

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