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Migrant worker complaints growing

Interesting article on the dark side of NZ farming employment law. Good reporting from Radio NZ again, Read the full Ian Telfer article on RNZ site. With more and more stories like this coming out its highly likely a crackdown is coming. Industry group Dairy NZ says it is working with the Labour Inspectorate to improve labour practices, […]

International Travel and Migration: June 2014

International Travel and Migration for New Zealand were released today showing a continuing strong trend of migrants arriving. The figures show a record for June arrivals. In June 2014 compared with June 2013: Visitor arrivals (162,100) were up 2,600. The biggest changes were in arrivals from: Japan (up 1,200) China (up 900). Overseas trips by New Zealand residents (206,500) […]

HR and Employment Law Summit 2014

Join the Queen City Law team and Hon. Simon Bridges MP, Minister of Labour at the HR and Employment Law Summit on the 7th May at the Stamford Plaza Hotel in Auckland for an overview of the Government’s directions in Employment Law, Employment Relations and Workplace H&S policies. Visit the website at CCH Learning and […]

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 […]

Investor Category – Transfer of Funds From China

Bradley So immigration lawyer at Queen City Law recently authored an article on the transfer of funds for migrants, you can read the full article here as a pdf. The Migrant Investment Category is considered to be a success story. To date, it has injected a total of around $646 million of capital in the […]

More changes made – Long Term Business Visa

  On 20 March 2013, changes were made under the Long Term Business Visa (“LTBV”) instructions. Bradley So immigration lawyer at Queen City Law recently penned an article on the changes you can read the full article here  a previous article here The recent changes have been the most significant in the last decade. We understand […]