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Choose New Zealand has four Licensed Immigration Advisers who are permitted by the New Zealand government to provide guidance on a range of immigration matters. While the New Zealand border is closed to non-critical migration during the pandemic, immigration remains an important matter for migrants in New Zealand and a select few offshore persons who may qualify for travel to New Zealand as an exception to the border closure, such as critical workers and certain separated family members.
If you are in New Zealand and interested in study, we can provide a start-to-finish service, exploring your study options, assisting you with enrolment, and handling the student visa. We are proud to be recognised agents for all eight universities in New Zealand, and are associated with a range of other education providers across the country.
If you are interested in working and have a job offer, or qualify for an open work visa, we can assist you with the work visa application. And if you qualify for residence, we can help you with this as well. Many of our clients started with us while overseas, starting out as international students, and remaining with us right up to the day they obtained residence as skilled workers.
The final step, residence, can be an overwhelming process, as resident visas usually require far more evidence and precision than student or work visas. However, we are here to help, and can ensure that your migration journey ends in a lifelong home in New Zealand for you and your family.
If you or your family are overseas and wish to come to New Zealand, we encourage you to check the list of reasons you can travel to New Zealand. Unfortunately, most people will not qualify, but if you do meet one of the criteria we can certainly assist you with obtaining a visa. We have had several success stories with critical workers and family members who are now happily in New Zealand despite the border restrictions.