Frequently Asked Questions About Migrating to New Zealand

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A Working Holiday Visa allows people from certain countries who have reciprocal agreements with New Zealand to work while on holiday in New Zealand…
Yes, applicants must be between the age of 18 – 30 years of age…
Depending on your country of origin you may be able to stay and work for up to 12 months…
You must apply for a WHV under the country you hold a passport to travel with and not your country of citizenship, contact us for more information and conditions…
If you are a UK Citizen under certain conditions you may be eligible for an extension.For workers who can provide evidence that they have completed at least 3 months work seasonal work in either the horticultural or viticulture, you may apply for an extension under the Working Holiday Extension Visa…
There are several options that may allow you to work in New Zealand either temporarily or with a view to permanent residence…
A Specific Purpose Work Visa is designed to allow specialists professionals in certain industries such as business investors, performing arts, film crew, sport coaches and players, missionaries, pasters and more, this category requires a job offer from a New Zealand company….
The Essential Skills category of visa is designed to attract certain qualified people to specific roles that are unable to be filled by citizens of permanent residents of New Zealand, this visa requires a job off from a New Zealand employer…
Allows persons with exceptional skills, work experience in specific fields and a job offer from a New Zealand employer to work in New Zealand with a view to residence…