Tag Archives: Marcus Beveridge

Marcus Beveridge comments on Dotcom Deportation

This week Marcus was asked to comment on the Dotcom deportation case for Radio New Zealand. Kim Dotcom did not declare a conviction for dangerous driving on his application for New Zealand residency even though he had pleaded guilty to the charge eight months earlier. The conviction was entered in September 2009 under the name […]

Bijal and Tushar Bhindi – October 2014

We have been dealing with Queen City Law for over 7 years now. John Jon and the team have been fantastic in every dealing with them. They have helped us through a few cases, some were not so straight forward and they have got positive outcomes for us every time. Best things about the team […]

The New Zealand Law Society Law Reform Committee

Marcus attended the NZLS Law Reform annual meeting at NZLS in Wellington in his capacity as Convenor of the NZLS Immigration Committee this week. . ” It was really insightful to learn so much about Select Committee processes and also observe some senior speakers on a range of topics. Its actually unbelievable how much work […]

Government Visualisation Tools – excellent resource for potential investors in NZ

New Zealand is a small country with a very mobile population. Often when migrants arrive in New Zealand they find they must relocate within New Zealand for work, housing or education. Many times that first arrival and settling point is not the migrants final destination. New Zealand is a long thin country and this means […]

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Entrepreneur Work Visa – What you need to know

Recently the 12th Annual Immigration Law Conference was held in Auckland at Pullman Hotel and runs 19th to 20th of June 2014 and Queen City Law lawyer Bradley So delivered a well considered presentation on the new Entrepreneur Work Visa. The recent changes have been the most significant in the last decade in immigration law and […]

Advantages for investing in NZ

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 […]

New Zealand's investment regulations.

  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 […]

Top 11 Posts from the last year

Queen City Law have been blogging in the immigration and property law space for 4 years now. All our regular posts are still on this site and you can search these by category, by tag cloud or by chronological order. Our regular posts often have articles and fact sheets embedded. These articles can be found […]

Comments on Entrepreneur Work Visa and Entrepreneur Residence Visa

12th Annual Immigration Law Conference is on in Auckland at Pullman Hotel and runs 19th to 20th of June 2014. Queen City Law Lawyers will also be speaking at this conference, come along and introduce yourself. Our immigration team will be looking at the new Entrepreneur Work Visa and the  Entrepreneur Residence Visa, we will be […]

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NZ Clarifies GST Rules For Bodies Corporate

New changes to body corporate rules will be a change worth noting for landlords and unit owners. Queen City Law are very experienced in dealing with body corporates if you have any other questions don’t hesitate to contact one of our team. New Zealand’s Revenue Minister, Todd McClay, has announced his intention to clarify through […]