New Zealand regularly tops the charts when it comes to the ‘best countries in world to live’ and if you think about it there are a few reasons for that – running their own country with efficiency, high life expectancy, low crime rates, low levels of corruption, very good schooling and they are crazy about cricket just like we are! and the list goes on. These are all big factors which makes living in New Zealand so great.
But before you start packing your bags to move to New Zealand you need a consultant who will guide you through out the whole process of migration because it may seem straight forward but needs a lot of research which will take you years to figure which visa will be the best one for you. So for more details visit http://gkworks.in/contact/ and contact our experts in immigration.
So, to begin with let’s try to understand the process of Immigration to New Zealand, and make sure to make note of main points which we have highlighted through the article.
The process for New Zealand is a bit less complicated compared to other countries. But to file your application at the nearest New Zealand Visa Application Centre (VAC) in India. It is important you provide all the relevant information for your application to be processed promptly.
An immigration consultant near you can help you with the forms. It’s better to get it right in the first go than doing multiple mistakes and getting it right in your fourth-fifth attempt. It will save your time, money and energy. The following documents are needed to file an immigration application:
Now there are numerous reasons for a person to immigrate to NZ but you need to make sure to fill out the right form, now for example,
These documents will be needed for some other cases.
And for PR the process is a bit different or we can simply call it Residency for New Zealand Skilled Migrant Category.
You need to fulfil the following criteria for immigration from India to New Zealand:
This table describes a small part of the 160 point criteria but for Permanent Residency your best chance of reaching 160 points will be if:
As you can see it is not an easy or simple process and if you do not match ALL the criteria above then most likely you will not qualify. If you want a professional appraisal and have total certainty about your eligibility, you must consult an Immigration Adviser at http://gkworks.in/contact/ .
The cost entirely depends on the type of visa you are applying, i.e. Skilled migration visa, study visa, work visa, etc. In general, a common SMC category online visa fee may cost you around NZD 530, whereas the work visa with accredited employer online would cost around, NZD 393.
And for PR the Application costs range from NZ$208 (€136) for a working holiday visa to NZ$1,697 (€1,100) for a skilled migrant resident visa. Visas for entrepreneurs, investors or retirees can cost up to NZ$4,745 for Investors visa.
For more details related to cost of living etc. contact http://gkworks.in/contact/
New Zealand has a laid back easy going lifestyle. There is good emphasis on recreational activities like sports. There is a strong emphasis on sports in NZ particularly rugby, cricket, and soccer. Sports is emphasized in schools.
There is unique trend of ‘have to Do It Yourself culture here’. Many New Zealanders enjoy gardening and housing projects. That’s why they have a lot of hardware stores like Mitre 10, Bunnings, and Placemakers. It is cheaper to do housing projects like laying tiles and building fences yourselves than hiring workers.
While New Zealand has a free market economy, we also have a strong social security net that was laid by the First Labour Government in 1935. Unlike the Americans, we don’t have a strong aversion to a social security net. However, inequality is a growing problem particularly among the Maori and Pacific communities.
They have numerous shopping malls, supermarkets, and businesses but they close by 7pm. Supermarkets run until 9pm. We have a few late shopping nights but not the whole week.
New Zealand is a tolerant, pluralistic and more liberal than Australia and the US. There conservative National Government is fiscally conservative but much more liberal when it comes to issues like gay marriage. New Zealand is an increasingly secular society. In 2013, roughly 41% of New Zealanders had no religious affiliation. There is a stronger awareness of the environment in NZ.
Basically, if you are here to work and make a positive contribution to NZ’s economy and society, and you are willing to move / associate outside your immediate circle (others from your country) then you will find life pretty good.
If searching for jobs your first stop should be Trademe jobs or with Seek Jobs. Make sure your CV and cover letter is without spelling or grammatical mistakes, especially if English is your second Language.
Try for big cities, Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch …employers from these places are more used to overseas employees and with people from different ethnicities/ languages. Be good at English, Attitude and enthusiasm surpasses all ethnicity and language barriers! Be brave and fun with communication!
Don’t give up! NZ employers can be slack at getting back to you. Don’t take it personally and don’t be afraid to call them back and politely ask if they’ve come to a decision! Employment in Smaller towns is predominantly about who you know, reference and contact building is must!
During your study abroad time, make friends and contacts which will help you in the long run. Make a good impression and your professors might recommend you to some employer making sure you get a job as soon as you step out of campus. Rest of the part is dependent on your skill and talent, make sure you are good at what you do and your field has demand there and you are good to go!
Even if the process seems straight forward, getting into NZ is not that easy. There are numerous criteria which you need to meet to guaranty your application for PR will be accepted. If you approach us at http://gkworks.in/contact/ we will honestly suggest you if New Zealand is a good destination for you or not, which the other consultant won’t do. The risk behind blindly choosing is high, if suppose your field of interest is not part of the skill shortage list then its hard for you to get a job in NZ. Which leads numerous to do part time job below their qualification.
So make sure that you approach the right consultant who will provide you with right information and make sure you are aware of each and every problem which you may face as a migrant and make you more confident about moving to New Zealand. So, click on http://gkworks.in/contact/ and make sure to make you migration to NZ a success!
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