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Investor 2 Category Immigration to NZ – What should I invest in?

You are an Investor 2 Category Immigrant to NZ , your budget is 1.5 Million Minimum; what should you invest in? You could buy property, maybe invest in an existing business, our in Government Debt or maybe even expand your existing business operation to the New Zealand market. Whatever the mix that fits your situation […]

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I have a job as a Manager, am I eligible under the Skilled Migrant Category?

Bradley So is a Philippine born New Zealander who is is fluent in English and Tagalog. He has expertise in immigration, particularly business and skilled immigration and this week seeks to answer the question. I have a job as a Manager, am I eligible under the Skilled Migrant Category? To read more articles by Bradley […]

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Do I need A Shareholders Agreement?

When investing or doing business in New Zealand there are many ways to ensure the satisfactory resolution of disputes between related parties, a shareholders agreement is one of them. This weeks article “Do I need A Shareholders Agreement?” is by Queen City Law Lawyer Bradley So. Bradley is a Philippine born New Zealander.  He has […]

Changes to Long Term Business Visas – Video Part 2 – 11th Immigration Law Conference

Queen City Law has been invited as guest speakers at NZ’s Annual Immigration Law Conference organised by LexisNexis virtually every year for a decade or so. This year is no exception and In August 2013 Marcus and Bradley delivered a paper on the engine rebore of the Long Term Business Visa ( LTBV ) Category. […]

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Changes to Long Term Business Visas – Video – 11th Immigration Law Conference

 Recently Marcus Beveridge and Bradley So appeared at the Immigration Conference in Auckland to discuss changes to Long Term Business Visas. Marcus Beveridge introduces and backgrounds the Long Term Business Visa policy from its inception, while Bradley discusses some of the changes, gives a few case studies and explores some of the emerging problems. To […]

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Examining the Long Term Business Visa

At the LexisNexis Pacific Immigration Law Conference on Friday 09 August, 2013. Queen City Law Lawyers Marcus Beveridge, (Principal) and Bradley So, (Lawyer), delivered a presentation which examined the Long Term Business Visa. To download a PDF of the presentation click here. To read more about Marcus Beveridge click here. To read more about Bradley So […]

Skilled Migrant Category – Do I qualify?

Queen City Law Immigration expert Bradley So explores the Skilled Migrant Category this week. Bradley has produced a number of useful articles on immigration you might find valuable they are compiled here. To download and print the article as a pdf click here. The starting point for this category is calculating the points you can […]

Three-year multiple entry visas for Chinese Business vistors to NZ

Chinese business visitors to New Zealand will also get three-year multiple entry visas and be able to stay for a maximum of 90 days in any 12-month period. A new three-year multiple-entry business visa will strengthen business connections between China and New Zealand, Prime Minister John Key says. Mr Key announced the new visa arrangements […]

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What is a Character Waiver? Immigration to NZ

Recently I was asked to present to the NZ Criminal Bar association on what happens when a person lodges an application with INZ but has a criminal record. You can check out the presentation here. In brief everyone entering NZ must be of be of good character and not pose a potential security risk to […]