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While on the list, the employer is unable to support an employee to apply for a further work visa or for residence.
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The minimum salary levels have increased and the latest changes to work visas make it harder for low-skilled migrants.
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The minimum salary level has increased for those wanting to apply for residence under the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC).
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Santa needs advice to buy land in NZ to build a house for him, his wife and 100 elves, who will also need working visas.
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The changes will make it difficult for "low skilled" employees to stay in NZ after three years or bring their families.
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Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
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It will be more difficult for people who are doing skilled work, but in lower paid industries, to qualify for residence.
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Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced that it is temporarily suspending the parent category.
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The Skilled Migrant Category (SMC)is the category that most people use to apply for residence.
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Preparing an appeal takes time, so you should be honest and address any concerns that INZ might have from the start.
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Employers and employees outside of Canterbury need to know about these changes prior to making a work visa application.
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Immigration New Zealand (INZ) published an upcoming accreditation scheme for labour-hire employers, which is in force.
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Online visa applications get processed much faster, which is great for Santa's and the elves' schedules and productivity.
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It is easier to qualify for a residence visa under the Skilled Migrant Category, if the applicant works outside Auckland.
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This NZ immigration system, as well as the migrants themselves, has brought enormous benefits, growth and development.
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The benefits of hiring a migrant are greater than that of simply filling a gap in your workforce.
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Certain visa applicants to New Zealand will now be issued e-visas, instead of a stamp or endorsement in their passport.
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On 1 July 2015, several immigration policy changes come into force to assist employers recruiting or employing migrants.
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The labour market check means that no New Zealanders are missing out on a job, before giving a work visa to a migrant.
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Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has listened and has made a change to its processes.
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Cavell Leitch
The minimum salary levels have increased and the latest changes to work visas make it harder for low-skilled migrants.
Cavell Leitch
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced that it is temporarily suspending the parent category.
Cavell Leitch
The minimum salary level has increased for those wanting to apply for residence under the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC).
Cavell Leitch
The changes will make it difficult for "low skilled" employees to stay in NZ after three years or bring their families.
Cavell Leitch
Immigration New Zealand is introducing remuneration bands for work visas, which will affect how long applicants can stay.
Cavell Leitch
While on the list, the employer is unable to support an employee to apply for a further work visa or for residence.
Cavell Leitch
Preparing an appeal takes time, so you should be honest and address any concerns that INZ might have from the start.
Cavell Leitch
It will be more difficult for people who are doing skilled work, but in lower paid industries, to qualify for residence.
Cavell Leitch
Employers and employees outside of Canterbury need to know about these changes prior to making a work visa application.
Cavell Leitch
The Skilled Migrant Category (SMC)is the category that most people use to apply for residence.
Cavell Leitch
Santa needs advice to buy land in NZ to build a house for him, his wife and 100 elves, who will also need working visas.
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