What type of Resident Visa I can apply?
There are many ways you can apply for Resident Visa to New Zealand and live permanently. You should speak to one of our advisers at Aims Global Immigration to find out more information about a specific visa, or to understand which most suitable for you. Here, however, is an overview of each visa option:
If you have the skills, qualifications or experience that New Zealand needs you may be able to apply for a resident visa under the Skilled Migrant Category.
If you’re the partner of a New Zealand citizen or resident, you can apply to live in New Zealand permanently. If you’re granted residence, you can live, work and study in New Zealand indefinitely.
This visa is for people who hold a Long Term Skill Shortage List Work Visa and have been employed in New Zealand for more than 2 years.
This visa is for people who have been employed in New Zealand by an accredited employer for more than 2 years. If you have ongoing employment with the accredited employer and your salary is NZ$55,000 or greater, you may be eligible for this resident visa.
If you’re a New Zealand citizen or resident living in New Zealand you can bring your dependent children to New Zealand to live with you. If your children are granted residence, they can live and study in New Zealand, and if they’re old enough, work too.
If you’ve been a resident visa holder for 2 years or more, and can show a commitment to living in New Zealand you can apply for a Permanent Resident Visa. Once granted, you can live and work in New Zealand permanently and come and go from New Zealand without travel conditions.
This visa is for people who have been self-employed in New Zealand at least 6 months, or have operated a business for two years on another visa that allows self-employment.
Entrepreneurs and Investors accepted into the Edmund Hillary Fellowship can apply to Immigration New Zealand for a Global Impact Work Visa. This visa gives you the flexibility to work and live in New Zealand while establishing or supporting innovative ventures here. This visa is also a pathway to permanent residence.
This visa is for people who have exceptional talent in a field of art, sport or culture and are looking for a pathway to residence in New Zealand. You’ll need the support of a New Zealand organization that’s recognized for its excellence in your field of talent, and a sponsor, to apply. After being actively engaged in your field in New Zealand for 2 years, you may be eligible for residence.
Contact us today to speak to one of our expert immigration advisers about getting a resident visa for New Zealand.
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Why should I go with Aims Global Immigration?
Here is your answer.:
- With over 30 years’ combined experience we understand the policies and requirements and can review your documents and advise you on the likelihood of success.
- Our large portion of clients are based outside Auckland. That means to avail our services all you just need- CALL or EMAIL US and we will look after your case.
- Our first 15-minute consultation is always free, during this time you could ask as many important questions regarding your visa.
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