Tag Archives: Business Migration Branch

Business Investor Categories and Queen City Law

  In New Zealand the Business Investor Categories require an applicant to actively invest either $10 million or $1.5 M in our economy for 3 or 4 years. There has been talk about creating a third $5 M category for a long time but nothing has eventuated. As is pretty much the political norm these […]

Presentation on the New Entrepreneur Work Visa Category – 10 March 2014

The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment (“NZAMI”) invited Marcus and Bradley to present on the New Entrepreneur Work Visa Category on 10 March 2014. The presentation focused on the key changes that are being implemented and the potential issues that are expected to arise and was attended by nearly 100 immigration companies all […]

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Brad & Marcus from Queen City Law travel to Tokyo and Osaka

Queen City Law are pleased to be offering assistance with Japanese immigration applications. Brad and Marcus have been holding the investment seminars in conjunction with support and cooperation of NZ Embassy and INZ in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. All of the  investment seminars – went very well and were well attended. Marcus and Bradley found interested audiences as they […]

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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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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 […]