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Changes in Long Term Business Visa

Possible changes in policy are discussed in a new addition to the Immigration Law Library by Bradley So The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (“MBIE”) is looking to make some changes to the Investor Category and the Long Term Business Visa. However, it is anticipated that the changes will not come into force until […]

Medical Waiver – an acceptable standard of health

Queen City Law are experts in securing medical waivers for potential migrants or new residents who have medical issues. Under current immigration residence criteria all individuals included in an application for New Zealand permanent residence are required to demonstrate that they have an acceptable standard of health for the grant of New Zealand residence, or, […]

Immigration in the Age of Asia – Video – NZAMI Seminar 2012

Queen City Law were invited as guest speakers at the NZAMI seminar programme Immigration in the Age of Asia. Although these seminars took place in late 2012 the information and trends are still valid. Marcus and Bradley delivered a paper on the current issues and challenges for Migration from Asia. Currently there are some 1500 […]

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What skills are immigration New Zealand looking for? – Skilled Migrant Skill Shortage List update

The Essential Skills in Demand Lists have been updated by Immigration NZ. These are available on the Immigration NZ website. Queen City Law are experts in helping skilled migrants settle in NZ, you can read more about us here. We work to navigate our clients visa applications through the potential stumbling blocks and obstacles to obtaining […]

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Medical Waivers for Immigration to New Zealand

Recently at Queen City Law we have had a number of cases dealing with medical waivers for potential migrants or new residents who have medical issues. Under current immigration residence criteria all individuals included in an application for New Zealand permanent residence are required to demonstrate that they have an acceptable standard of health for […]

Immigrating from Japan to NZ – Retirement

Retiring to the country-side is a common trend in New Zealand. The buoyant agricultural economy, working remote, vibrant lifestyle scene, farmers markets, and a commuter population that are willing to travel further to work. As broadband rolls out into rural areas of NZ this trend will continue. Many in New Zealand who retire to the […]

Trevor October 2011

26 October 2011 Marcus Beveridge Principal Queen City Law Level 8, 203 Queen Street Auckland   Dear Sir / Madam, Re: Recommendation Letter for Marcus Beveridge and Queen City Law My dealings with Marcus Beveridge and the Queen City Law firm came from a glowing recommendation on their ability to achieve favourable outcomes for most […]