Tag Archives: immigration law

It’s just a form, right?

It’s just a form, right? Queen City Law have published a new immigration law article to the Law Library by Jack Cheng. He has had vast experience in dealing with a wide range of immigration issues, ranging from routine visa applications to judicial review proceedings. Born in Taiwan and educated in New Zealand, Jack is […]

Immigration Advisers Authority Updates code of conduct

The code of conduct sets out the required standards of professional and ethical conduct for licensed immigration advisers. The Code was developed by the Registrar of Immigration Advisers and approved by the Minister of Immigration in accordance with section 37(4) of the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007. The code of conduct also sets out obligations […]

The Interplay Between Employment and Immigration Law

Below is the text from the Presentation delivered by Marcus Beveridge, Principal, Queen City Law and Rita Worner, Solicitor, Queen City Law Check out the Queen City Law Power point presentation here. OVERVIEW As immigration lawyers we often hear from immigrants desperate to find a job in New Zealand, complaining that employers and recruitment companies do […]

12th Annual Immigration Law Conference Thurs 19th – Fri 20th June 2014 Pullman Hotel, Auckland

12th Annual Immigration Law Conference Thurs 19th – Fri 20th June will be held at the Pullman Hotel, Auckland. CCH Learning are very proud to be bringing you the Immigration Law Conference (previously run by LexisNexis). This highly topical two day conference has an interesting mix of presentations by leading specialists. Queen City Law will […]

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Welcome Jack Cheng to Queen City Law

Queen City Law are delighted to welcome a new member to the team, Jack Cheng. Jack has been practising as a Barrister Sole since 2002 and has worked as a barrister at one of the most prestigious barristers chambers in Auckland. Over the years Jack has accumulated considerable experience in the field of criminal law […]

Residents liable for deportation after criminal conviction

In this short article Tina Hwang discusses her experiences successfully appealing sentances handed out under the Immigration Act 2009. Tina explores some of the important issues relating to deportation. To read more articles by Tina click here. To read more about Queen City Law property expert Tina Hwang click here. To download the article as a […]

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What is deportation?

Foreign nationals who are lawfully in New Zealand can sometimes find themselves in danger of deportation, in this situation it is important to get good legal advice. One Hastings-based Indian couple are facing deportation after what they claim were a series of mistakes made by a local law firm have appealed to local MP Craig […]

Long Term Business Visa Disestablished

This week Queen City Law Lawyer Bradley So comments on the changes under the Long Term Business Catergory.  As of December 20th 2013 the long term business Visa was disestablished. Bradley So specialises in business migration and commercial law. To find out more about Bradley click here. To contact Bradley and the QCL team immigration team […]

Has your visa application been declined due to ‘non bona fides’?

If your visa has been declined due to ‘non bona fides” get in touch with the immigration law team at Queen City Law. We can help answer your questions and ensure your visa application gets completed and followed up effectively. Queen City Law immigration lawyers outline a few of the ways you can approach this problem. […]

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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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