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Queen City Law in Japan – Investment in New Zealand and migration visas

Queen City Law deliver high quality migration services to high quality clients from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, The Philippines and Japan and for that matter throughout the world including North America, Europe and other Asian countries.  In February 2014 Queen City Law lawyers Bradley So and Marcus Beveridge will be in Japan introducing people in […]

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Investor 2 Category Immigration to NZ – What should I invest in?

You are an Investor 2 Category Immigrant to NZ , your budget is 1.5 Million Minimum; what should you invest in? You could buy property, maybe invest in an existing business, our in Government Debt or maybe even expand your existing business operation to the New Zealand market. Whatever the mix that fits your situation […]

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Migrating to New Zealand – Singapore

Queen City Law lawyers Bradley So and John Jon  will be in Singapore attending a conference and introducing people in Singapore to trends in the Investor Category, Investors Plus Category and Investor 2 Category. Brad and John will be discussing Basic Requirements, Residence Conditions, Processing time and other issues of interest. You can download the […]

Investor 2 Category Immigration to NZ – 1.5 Million Minimum

Recent discussions with Immigration New Zealand have revealed that the majority of applicants from China are applying under the Investor 2 category. The minimum investment required from applicants is 1.5 million NZ dollars, with most applicants preferring to invest in government bonds or managed funds. The managed funds are usually through well known banks or […]

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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 […]