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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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Update to the Essential Skills Work Visa Category

Are you a work visa holder who intends to apply for residency? If you are, the recent law changes will take some of the pressure off, and may affect your case. In this weeks blog Rita Worner discusses a recent change to immigration instructions that will have many immigrants and their employers rejoicing. To download the PDF […]

Destination New Zealand – An Irish Perspective

Generation Emigration: Destination New Zealand is the title of a series of articles and stories from the Irish Times, and it uncovers some interesting suggestions based on the experiences of moving to New Zealand. Overall its a useful destination guide for people thinking about emigrating to New Zealand. The series features stories of skilled migrants and families relocating. From […]

Update on the Parent Category (Residency)

This week sees the QCL immigration team casting light on some of the recent changes in the Parent Category for New Zealand Residency. Rita Worner is the author and an integral part of the QCL immigration team and an expert in the Parent Category of NZ visa. Rita is primarily involved in immigration and employment law […]

Entrepreneur Work Visa – What you need to know

Recently the 12th Annual Immigration Law Conference was held in Auckland at Pullman Hotel and runs 19th to 20th of June 2014 and Queen City Law lawyer Bradley So delivered a well considered presentation on the new Entrepreneur Work Visa. The recent changes have been the most significant in the last decade in immigration law and […]

Top 11 Posts from the last year

Queen City Law have been blogging in the immigration and property law space for 4 years now. All our regular posts are still on this site and you can search these by category, by tag cloud or by chronological order. Our regular posts often have articles and fact sheets embedded. These articles can be found […]

How can I prove there are no New Zealander’s available for my job?

Rita Worner,  immigration and employment law specialist at Queen City Law, has completed a new blog on “How can I prove there are no New Zealander’s available for my job?”. To read the full article as a pdf click here. Rita is passionate about human rights and previously worked for the NZ Government established Immigration […]

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Comments on Entrepreneur Work Visa and Entrepreneur Residence Visa

12th Annual Immigration Law Conference is on in Auckland at Pullman Hotel and runs 19th to 20th of June 2014. Queen City Law Lawyers will also be speaking at this conference, come along and introduce yourself. Our immigration team will be looking at the new Entrepreneur Work Visa and the  Entrepreneur Residence Visa, we will be […]

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ENTREPRENEUR WORK VISA – Presentation

Recently the 12th Annual Immigration Law Conference was held in Auckland at Pullman Hotel and runs 19th to 20th of June 2014 and Queen City Law lawyer Bradley So delivered a well considered presentation on the new Entrepreneur Work Visa. The recent changes have been the most significant in the last decade in immigration law and […]