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Completing the New Zealand Visa application process with ease

Various immigration consultants are always dedicated to providing hassle free service to individuals who want to migrate to New Zealand. You can rely on them with your New Zealand visa application and subsequent migration to New Zealand. 268 more words

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Why Immigration to New Zealand can be the next big thing?

New Zealand is the most picked migration hot spot with an exceptional number of aspirants arriving in the country every year.

This Nation offers you with a balanced lifestyle, amazing job opportunities, top Colleges/Universities and amazing accommodation options for Immigrants. 177 more words

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Filipino dairy workers given path to residency

Filipino dairy workers in the South Island are relieved they will become eligible for residence under a new visa – despite having initially used false documents to get a work permit. 355 more words

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Japanese PM tells the United Nations to get stuffed

We clearly need more Japanese immigration. The Japanese (if their PM is anything to go by) put their own citizens first. I want more Japanese immigrants so their children can grow up in New Zealand, stand for Parliament and then one day one of them can become the Prime Minister of New Zealand. 

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Plunge in Kiwis granted permanent residency in Australia

The figures follow rising trans-Tasman tensions over Australian changes to visas, its hike in university fees, and fears New Zealand is a soft backdoor route for migrants. 465 more words


Do not study business

In a previous post, I exposed the dangerous minefield called the student visa.

If you are the type of person where money is not an issue and really want to pursue further studies in New Zealand then it would be wise to select the right course that would increase your chances of securing a skilled job. 361 more words

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When 100 is not enough

ANYBODY taking an exam should be more than happy to get a perfect score – 100 percent.

For New Zealand though, a score of 100 is just the starting point for a foreign skilled worker seeking to qualify for permanent residency. 514 more words