New Zealand's dramatic landscape is renowned the world over. The unique combination of glaciers, active volcanoes and endless lush green hills has long drawn tourists and expats, not to mention quite a few filmmakers. Its beauty has also caught the attention of many Indians to migrate to New Zealand in the recent decades. Now, it's your turn to be a part of this wonderful land.
New Zealand's fascinating indigenous culture has undergone a strong resurgence in the last fifty years as the government has sought to redress the social imbalance of colonial times.From traditional artwork and folk tales to the world famous Haka, Māori culture is now woven into all aspects of New Zealand's cultural identity.
An undisputed fact of life in New Zealand is that it's the good life. New Zealand was rated 2nd in the world for work-life balance in HSBC's 2018 Expat Explorer Survey and considering that most British expats are looking for exactly that, it is probably one of the very best choices to make for those looking to start afresh. If you enjoy the great outdoors, New Zealand could be your ideal destination.
The strong economy and unprecedented demands of the Christchurch rebuild project has created a skills gap across New Zealand. The Government has implemented several measures to make it easier for expats to move to New Zealand to take up jobs that cannot be filled locally.
If you work in a sector currently in demand, it can boost your points score as a skilled migrant or allow you to apply for a temporary work visa with high earned income.
New Zealand's sub-tropical climate is generally warmer and drier than the UK. The east coast of the North Island, in particular, boasts long, warm summers and comparatively mild winters. The country's lush green landscape is a testament to the fact that New Zealand receives a substantial amount of rainfall yet figures are still lower than those of the UK.
Waves of immigration have shaped this friendly, tolerant and welcoming nation. With around a quarter of the country's 4.4 million inhabitants identifying as immigrants, New Zealand has become a melting pot of European, Asian and indigenous cultures. In cities such as Auckland, you will find a dazzling array of international cultures from China and India to Egypt and Iran.
Invitation to people who have the skills to contribute to New Zealand's economic growth to apply for this visa. Before you apply, we'll first need you to send an Expression of Interest (EOI) telling about your employment in New Zealand, work experience, and qualifications. If your Expression of Interest is successful, the opportunity to apply to live and work in New Zealand is definite.
Partner of a New Zealander Resident Visa
If you're the partner of a New Zealand citizen or resident, you can apply to live in New Zealand permanently. If you're granted residence, you can live, work and study in New Zealand indefinitely.
Talent (Accredited Employer) Work Visa
This visa is for people who are looking for a pathway to live in New Zealand and who have a skill that's needed by a New Zealand accredited employer. If an accredited employer offers you full-time work, you'll be able to get a visa to work here. If you continue to work for that employer for 2 years, you'll be able to apply to live in New Zealand permanently.
Entrepreneur Work Visa
This visa is for people who want to work in their own business in New Zealand. To apply, you'll need to provide a detailed business plan, have at least NZ $100,000 to invest in your business and be able to claim 120 points on our points scale. If you're granted this visa, you can buy or set up a business without living here permanently, or as a first step towards New Zealand residence.
Entertainment visa is a type of temporary employment visa for artist and entertainer.
Family, Parent, Spouse Visa
Permanent Resident or citizen of New Zealand can sponsor their parents or grandparents to become the permanent Resident. According to this type of family visa, just start it from "When you sponsor your family then you have to take care of their basic needs from the time they arrive to the country".