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How to migrate to New Zealand from America or the UK

It is no secret that New Zealand is one of the best places to live in the world. Recently we have been voted best country in the world by a poll undertaken by The Telegraph[1], ranked 2nd best country to live in for expats by CN Traveler,[2] ranked 9th best country in the world to […]

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Visa Options Check

Check if you are eligible for a New Zealand visa. Try the new INZ Visa Options Check. The results show the visas you may be eligible for, but you need to apply to Immigration New Zealand for approval. There is NO guarantee your application will be approved. Start by choosing from the options online with the INZ Visa Options […]

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QCL wins Best Corporate Immigration Law Award

Well done Bradley So and the QCL Immigration Team. More evidence that the QCL Immigration lawyers will go the extra mile to get the job done in style. Bradley and the large QCL immigration team have had a superb start to the year in winning “Best for Corporate Immigration – New Zealand” at the AI […]

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NZAMI Presentation – Practical Applications of the Entrepreneur Policies

The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment (NZAMI) have invited Bradley and Lauren to present on the Entrepreneur Work Visa & Entrepreneur Resident Visa categories on 23 October 2015. The presentation focused on the practical issues and considerations when applying for the Entrepreneur Work Visa and Entrepreneur Resident Visa. The seminar was sold out and was […]

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More Asian migrants are choosing to live in provincial areas. 

A new report on Asian migration shows more people are choosing to live in provincial areas such as Southland. The study, Beyond the Metropolis: The Asian Presence in Small City New Zealand, examined the impacts and trends of migration in six areas: Invercargill and Southland, Queenstown, Nelson, Napier-Hastings, Rotorua, Tauranga and Western Bay of Plenty. The report […]

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Net migration inflows set new record.

New Zealand’s net migration inflows for September of 10,510 were the second strongest on record, beaten only by the July inflows. Statistics New Zealand figures released yesterday showed inflows had topped 10,000 for the past three months, having averaged about 9650 in the preceding years. September’s outflow of 4960 was slightly higher than the 4810 average […]

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Rita Worner appointed to New Zealand Law Society Immigration and Refugee Committee

Queen City Law lawyer Rita Worner has been appointed to the Immigration and Refugee Law Committee of the New Zealand Law Society. The committee undertakes important work in the areas of immigration and refugee law, including but not limited to monitoring proposed legislative reforms, making submissions, and consulting with government departments and other organisations. Rita […]

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Sustainable Business Policies – NZAMI 2015 – from $3 billion to $7 billion & beyond!

Has the pendulum swung too far? QCL principal Marcus Beveridge addressed the opening of the NZAMI annual conference this year. QCL was pleased to help explore the topics surrounding Sustainable Business Policies. Marcus discussed in his presentation: Marcus Beveridge, Lawyer, Queen City Law – Has the pendulum swung too far? Download Marcus Presentation here. Investor Category What are the […]

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2015 NZAMI Annual Conference

Today QCL principal Marcus Beveridge will address the opening of the NZAMI annual conference. If you are interested in the law, immigration and what New Zealand will look like in the future please come along, but don’t forget to register with NZAMI first. To read more about Marcus click here. To read more articles by Marcus […]