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Welcome Jack Cheng to Queen City Law

Queen City Law are delighted to welcome a new member to the team, Jack Cheng. Jack has been practising as a Barrister Sole since 2002 and has worked as a barrister at one of the most prestigious barristers chambers in Auckland. Over the years Jack has accumulated considerable experience in the field of criminal law […]

Client Care Library Updated

Queen City Law has recently updated the Client Care library. All Queen City Law whitepaper articles, info-sheets and checklists are available for download as PDFs Visit our Online Law Library to help you with your online legal research. Freshly updated PDFs include: Client Care Information You Should Know Contains terms and conditions of legal engagement […]

All you need to know about Limited Purpose Visas

What is a Limited Visa? A Limited Visa is a special type of visa issued by Immigration New Zealand (INZ) that prevents the visa holder from applying from a different type of visa at its end. The Limited Visa is granted for an express purpose, for example attending a specific event such as a seminar, […]

Presentation on the New Entrepreneur Work Visa Category – 10 March 2014

The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment (“NZAMI”) invited Marcus and Bradley to present on the New Entrepreneur Work Visa Category on 10 March 2014. The presentation focused on the key changes that are being implemented and the potential issues that are expected to arise and was attended by nearly 100 immigration companies all […]

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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 […]

Long Term Business Visa Disestablished

This week Queen City Law Lawyer Bradley So comments on the changes under the Long Term Business Catergory.  As of December 20th 2013 the long term business Visa was disestablished. Bradley So specialises in business migration and commercial law. To find out more about Bradley click here. To contact Bradley and the QCL team immigration team […]

How do I find a Good Lawyer?

Finding a good lawyer is not an easy process, often its a relationship that lasts a lifetime stretching across many life events. Having a good lawyer for you and your family makes difficult stages of life more manageable and outcomes  more predictable. You should select your legal representation based on some simple elements. An approachable […]

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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Mandarin Speaking Lawyers in Auckland

The lawyers at Queen City Law are speakers of Korean, Mandarin, English, Spanish, Indonesian and Tagalog. We have law teams for Immigration, Property, Commercial and Disputes and can sit down with you to make sure you get your case well represented. We are experts in helping settle Asian migrants in new lives in New Zealand. Our immigration […]

Exploitation of Migrants

QCL are immigration and employment law specialists here is a new whitepaper on “Exploitation of Migrants”. This article explores some of the aspects of immigration law and how it affects migrants. To read the full article as a pdf click here. Unfortunately, new migrants can sometimes be targets of unscrupulous employers who are willing to […]