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Update to the Essential Skills Work Visa Category

Are you a work visa holder who intends to apply for residency? If you are, the recent law changes will take some of the pressure off, and may affect your case. In this weeks blog Rita Worner discusses a recent change to immigration instructions that will have many immigrants and their employers rejoicing. To download the PDF […]

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Are you a Bona Fide Student ?

Exams and assignments aren’t the only things you need to be on top of as an international student – you need to make sure that you are a bona fide student for immigration purposes too! This week Queen City Law immigration specialist Lauren Qiu explains how you can make your case and what requirements you […]

Partnership Visas – How can you prove that you are living together in a genuine and stable relationship?

If you are a happy couple looking to migrate to New Zealand or if Immigration New Zealand is doubting your relationship, you should take the time to read this post. Partnership Visas – What relationship evidence do I need in order to prove that I am ‘living together in a genuine and stable relationship’ with my partner? The […]

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January 2015 – Avan & Yin Chieh – Urgent Immigration Representation

January 2015 Marcus !! You really are a life saver ! After 10 hours stuck at the border and written confirmation of being sent home on the next flight to be able to sort out our affairs at 11 pm at night was world-class and we doubt any other lawyer in New Zealand could have […]

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Queen City Law Support Team

Let Queen City Law do the “Heavy Lifting” for you in 2015 we have some of New Zealand’s leading Property and Immigration lawyers but one of our hidden strengths is the QCL support staff. They say ” An army marches on its stomach but a law firm marches on the integrity of the support staff. Queen […]

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Destination New Zealand – An Irish Perspective

Generation Emigration: Destination New Zealand is the title of a series of articles and stories from the Irish Times, and it uncovers some interesting suggestions based on the experiences of moving to New Zealand. Overall its a useful destination guide for people thinking about emigrating to New Zealand. The series features stories of skilled migrants and families relocating. From […]

New Immigration Checklist – Entrepreneur & Investor Category

With the recent Entrepreneur Work Visa changes, Queen City Law understands how tricky it can be to navigate your way through an application. Thanks to our knowledgeable immigration team, Queen City Law’s extensive online law library now has four new informative checklists to assist you with your Entrepreneur Work Visa, Entrepreneur Residence Visa, Investor Category […]

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QCL Early Christmas Party

Last week QUEEN CITY LAW got its Xmas party and lunch done and  dusted. Known as first movers QCL got a march on the Christmas festivities and are now ready to do the heavy lifting for you as deals are done and disputes are resolved before the new year. The firm spent a few hours shooting […]

Update on the Parent Category (Residency)

This week sees the QCL immigration team casting light on some of the recent changes in the Parent Category for New Zealand Residency. Rita Worner is the author and an integral part of the QCL immigration team and an expert in the Parent Category of NZ visa. Rita is primarily involved in immigration and employment law […]

A surprising map of the countries that are most and least welcoming to foreigners

Contained in the new World Economic Forum report on global tourism, is data from 140 countries estimating the attitude of each countries’ population toward foreign visitors. The results, mapped out above, seem significant beyond just tourism. Red countries are less welcoming to foreign visitors, according to the data; blue countries are more welcoming. To read the full […]

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