Tag Archives: nz immigration law

It’s just a form, right?

It’s just a form, right? Queen City Law have published a new immigration law article to the Law Library by Jack Cheng. He has had vast experience in dealing with a wide range of immigration issues, ranging from routine visa applications to judicial review proceedings. Born in Taiwan and educated in New Zealand, Jack is […]

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 […]

Immigration and a NZ Ready Attitude

New Zealand receives immigrants from the Pacific, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe. People of all cultures undertake the long process of resettling in New Zealand, at the heart of the South West Pacific. For families deciding to immigrate: sometimes the migration process can be best adventure of your life or it can be a […]

12th Annual Immigration Law Conference Thurs 19th – Fri 20th June 2014 Pullman Hotel, Auckland

12th Annual Immigration Law Conference Thurs 19th – Fri 20th June will be held at the Pullman Hotel, Auckland. CCH Learning are very proud to be bringing you the Immigration Law Conference (previously run by LexisNexis). This highly topical two day conference has an interesting mix of presentations by leading specialists. Queen City Law will […]

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Welcome Jack Cheng to Queen City Law

Queen City Law are delighted to welcome a new member to the team, Jack Cheng. Jack has been practising as a Barrister Sole since 2002 and has worked as a barrister at one of the most prestigious barristers chambers in Auckland. Over the years Jack has accumulated considerable experience in the field of criminal law […]

HR and Employment Law Summit 2014

Join the Queen City Law team and Hon. Simon Bridges MP, Minister of Labour at the HR and Employment Law Summit on the 7th May at the Stamford Plaza Hotel in Auckland for an overview of the Government’s directions in Employment Law, Employment Relations and Workplace H&S policies. Visit the website at CCH Learning and […]

Presentation on the New Entrepreneur Work Visa Category – 10 March 2014

The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment (“NZAMI”) invited Marcus and Bradley to present on the New Entrepreneur Work Visa Category on 10 March 2014. The presentation focused on the key changes that are being implemented and the potential issues that are expected to arise and was attended by nearly 100 immigration companies all […]

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Migrating to NZ: The Investor Category update

Queen City Law deliver high quality migration services to high quality clients from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, The Philippines and Japan. Some migrants to New Zealand enter under the Investor Category. In late June 2013 Queen City Law lawyers Bradley So and John Jon were in Singapore attending a conference and introducing people in Singapore […]

What is a PPI? – Responding to Potentially Prejudicial Information (PPI) in your Visa Application

If INZ holds concerns about your application, they will ask you to clarify and respond to their concerns and submit additional supporting evidence. The article explores some of the aspects of  these letters and how they affect migrants. Referred to as ‘PPI letters’, such letters  can often be the cause of great panic to an […]

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Partnership Visas – How can my partner join me in New Zealand?

Partnership Visas – How can my partner join me in New Zealand? Queen City Law, has completed a new whitepaper on “Partnership Visas”. QCL explores some of the aspects of immigration law and how it affects partners already in NZ who want their partners to join them in NZ. In order to obtain a visa […]

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