Tag Archives: NZ Residence

Entrepeneur Residence Visa – What to consider when uplifting the section 49A condition?

A residence visa holder cannot be issued a permanent residence visa until the Section 49A condition on their visa has been uplifted. A section 49A condition is imposed on your residence visa if you have applied under the previous Entrepreneur Plus Category and the Current Entrepreneur (Fast Track) Category. When applying to uplift the section […]

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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 […]

Tyler Ortman

” I just wanted to take a moment to thank Bradley for everything, he did a great job even when I’m sure I didn’t make it easy. Also with the reality of the dynamic that is our relationship, I couldn’t express enough my thanks for his willingness to help and offer his service. So thank […]

Medical Waiver – an acceptable standard of health

Queen City Law are experts in securing medical waivers for potential migrants or new residents who have medical issues. Under current immigration residence criteria all individuals included in an application for New Zealand permanent residence are required to demonstrate that they have an acceptable standard of health for the grant of New Zealand residence, or, […]

Medical Waivers for Immigration to New Zealand

Recently at Queen City Law we have had a number of cases dealing with medical waivers for potential migrants or new residents who have medical issues. Under current immigration residence criteria all individuals included in an application for New Zealand permanent residence are required to demonstrate that they have an acceptable standard of health for […]