Marcus and Bradley are speakers at the Immigration Law Summit in Auckland on the 25th of March 2021. Marcus is chairing the Summit. The speakers include New Zealand’s leading immigration practitioners as they unpack the latest changes to employer-assisted temporary work visas, Investor and Business residency categories, and partnership and family applications.
Attendees can earn up to 7 CPD hours and the National Manager Immigration Engagement of INZ is also speaking.
Bradley’s topic is “Investor and Business Residence Categories: Practical Tips and Key Updates”:
- Investor category;
- Practical tips for pre-AIP applications, post-AIP applications and uplift of conditions; and
- Entrepreneur Category update and it’s future.
Queen City Law’s Marcus Beveridge will also be chairing the Immigration Law Conference on Wednesday the 9th of June 2021. Queen City Law’s consultant Jack Cheng is one of the speakers and his topic is “Travel to New Zealand During COVID-19: Exceptions and Cases”. This will cover the following areas:
- Who may travel to New Zealand during COVID-19 restrictions;
- Types of exceptions;
- How to apply; and
- Case examples including recent America’s Cup and super yacht visitors.
Queen City Law is widely considered to be New Zealand’s pre-eminent law firm in the business immigration space. There are some pretenders but Queen City Law lives, eats and breathes business immigration and has done so for two decades. Unlike licensed immigration advisors and many smaller law firms, Queen City Law is uniquely positioned to take care of all such clients’ legal affairs including but not limited to their immigration requirements. Additional legal workflow can include asset protection, structuring, estate planning, commercial and property work, taxation and other such areas.
Queen City Law currently has close to 20 families backed up under the Investor 1 Category. This represents the best part of $200,000,000 coming into our country. There has been some $10,000,000,000 flowing into New Zealand over the last 10 years from these categories and it is little wonder that our residential property sector is on steroids.
If you want to be in the best hands in New Zealand when it comes to getting your Investor 1, Investor 2 or Entrepreneur Category visas approved we are only an email, phone call, Zoom or WeChat away. So don’t hesitate to reach out to us.