New Zealand is becoming an increasingly popular destination of choice for migrant workers across the globe. It offers pristine nature, a progressive and inclusive society as well as excellent living and working conditions for its residents.
But the road to immigration can be incredibly stressful and there are many things to consider when you move to a new country.
Migrants are often facing a lot of unknowns when they embark on this journey, from where to live and settle to the best place to work.
With this in mind we looked around for an ethical and trustworthy partner to help our future migrant candidates get through the immigration process with the least amount of hassle possible, and found all of these attributes in Bay Immigration.
Bay Immigration advisors are qualified Immigration Advisers and are licensed by the Immigration Advisers Authority. They have clear and straightforward processes and have many years’ of experience in the immigration industry.
They provide specialist help with both temporary and residence visas and can assist with:
Family Residence visas
Skilled Migrant Category residence visas
Residence from Work visas
Business and Investor visas
Section 61 Requests (if you are in New Zealand without a visa)
Employer assistance: Approval in Principle, Employer Accreditation and candidate eligibility assessment
They can also help with some of the other immigration headaches, such as:
Advice on documentation requirements
Communication with Immigration New Zealand on your behalf
Application preparation and submission
Full liaison with Immigration New Zealand throughout the application process
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