Queen City Law’s, Tina Hwang and Max Shin, have published an “Introduction to the Interplay Between Employment and Immigration Law” to Legalwise in anticipation of their presentation at the Immigration Law Conference that will be held at the Grand Mecure Auckland, on the 12 of November 2019.
The Government has recently announced that minimum wages will increase to $17.70 an hour on 1 April 2019. We would assume that nobody in the construction sector is paying the minimum wage and therefore the labour force will remain unaffected. However, there will undoubtedly be flow-on affects including general rises in material and costs which […]
A residence visa holder cannot be issued a permanent residence visa until the Section 49A condition on their visa has been uplifted. A section 49A condition is imposed on your residence visa if you have applied under the previous Entrepreneur Plus Category and the Current Entrepreneur (Fast Track) Category. When applying to uplift the section […]
The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment (NZAMI) have invited Bradley and Lauren to present on the Entrepreneur Work Visa & Entrepreneur Resident Visa categories on 23 October 2015. The presentation focused on the practical issues and considerations when applying for the Entrepreneur Work Visa and Entrepreneur Resident Visa. The seminar was sold out and was […]
Recently the New Zealand Cabinet has agreed to increase immigration fees by 8.3% overall. This is the first major increase since 2012’s 16.7% fee increase. These fees will be implemented on the 7th of December 2015. This will mean that application fees will increase and Immigration New Zealand will also be introducing immigration levies for […]
New Zealand’s stable economy and political system, reputation for innovation and the ease of doing business make it an attractive place to invest. It is also recognised globally as being a safe place to invest and do business. NZ ranks first in the world for: protecting investors (World Bank Doing Business report 2014) lack of […]
Its election year in New Zealand and foreign investment looks to become a key emotional issue for both major political parties. Federated Farmers has renewed its call for a register of foreign-owned farmland, after questioning the proposed sale of a central North Island farm to a Chinese company.The Shanghai Pengxin group has signed a […]