What is considered a skilled migrant in New Zealand?
The Skilled Migrant Category is a points system based on factors such as age, work experience, your qualifications, and an offer of skilled employment. You must also be aged 55 or under, and meet English language, health, and character requirements.
Who is high skilled worker?
A highly skilled worker is one who is capable of working efficiently and supervises efficiently the work of skilled employees.
How long does it take to get PR in New Zealand?
|Visa||50% of applications completed within:||90% of applications completed within:|
|Permanent Resident Visa||76 days||6 months|
|Skilled Migrant||27 months||33 months|
|Transfer of visa to new passport||13 days||30 days|
|Variation of travel conditions on a resident visa||10 days||51 days|
Is New Zealand giving PR?
If you have a New Zealand residence visa and have been living in New Zealand for 2 years or more, you may be eligible for a Permanent Resident Visa, which would allow you to travel to and from New Zealand any time you like.
What are the immigration laws in New Zealand?
Policy and law. Immigration laws and policies set the rules for people who want to visit, work, study, live, start a business, or invest in New Zealand. Immigration policies and processes. Expand.
What are New Zealand’s immigration policies?
The significant changes to NZ immigration policy are: A new employer assisted work visa is being introduced to replace six old temporary work visas. The level of pay attached to a job will be used to decide the skill level of the job which will in turn determine the duration of the visa. The ANZSCO publication will be abandoned as a measure for skill of a job.
What are the requirements for immigration to New Zealand?
Age (cut off age is 56)
How do I contact Immigration New Zealand?
[email protected] information about visas visit the Immigration New Zealand website Phone Freephone (NZ landline only) 0508 558 855 From overseas or mobile +64 9 914 4100. Settlement in New Zealand Customer Service Officers are available 7am to 7pm (New Zealand time) Monday to Saturday, excluding most public holidays.