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.
Recently, staff from Queen City Law attended a workshop with Immigration New Zealand (“INZ”) in regards to preparing and submitting “decision ready” visa applications under the partnership-based categories. The workshop was held in INZ’s Hamilton branch. The Hamilton branch primarily deal with on-shore partnership-based visa applications while off-shore applications are reviewed by branches in Manila, […]
More changes for Immigration New Zealands’ visa program. Due to a number of cases of fraud and third parties taking medicals on behalf of visa applicants, INZ is strengthening the system for medical evaluation of visa candidates. The eMedical process forImmigration New Zealand (INZ) moves onshore from 31 March 2015, and will see the establishment of an […]
New blog on “How can I prove there are no New Zealander’s available for my job?”. To read the full article as a pdf click here. We often see news stories such as this one, where the local community is rallying around a well-loved migrant when their visa has been declined. (Like this article in […]
We have a new White Paper in our Immigration Library written by Immigration Lawyer Bradley So. The article is intended to provide a brief outline about the complaint process against Immigration New Zealand (“INZ”) . To find out more about Brad click here. To read articles by Brad click here. To download this article as […]
If you have held your residence visa for at least 3 years, you may be eligible to sponsor your parents for residency.Your parents must also meet the following criteria: Good health; Good character; No dependent children; English language requirements, or pre-purchase English tuition; Either Tier 1 or Tier 2 requirements (see below). All applicants must […]