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Thinking of Immigration to New Zealand from India

New Zealand is one of the most preferred destinations for the immigrants, who make a move to this beautiful country from all over the world hoping to have an improved life with better living conditions and also enhanced economic status.

The country offers amazing scenery, an unhurried lifestyle and people who are sports crazy. New Zealandalso boasts of some of the best food and wine that one may come across anywhere. And even while its exotic landscape becomes ever more familiar -thanks to the

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movies, it is fast emerging as a much loved destination not just for those who want to visit but for those looking to relocate to an exotic nation.

Taking in view people’s growing fascination for it and their desire to immigrate to it, not to mention its own labor shortage, the nation has been actively promoting skilled immigration, besides offering several other ways to citizenship.

For immigration from India to New Zealand, one needs to apply, in the prescribed format, for a New Zealand Visa. For assistance related to immigration, he or she is well advised to consult expert immigration consultants and seek their services on the issue.

There’s an interesting system related to immigration to the country. Called Skilled Migration Category (SMC), this enables people with the skills and qualifications that interests New Zealand to get residence or a permit to work. Those applying are suitably measured against a points-based system and their names fed into a bank of likely migrants. Applicants are zeroed in on every fortnight or so, and later they are invited to apply for migration to the country.

Even though the country attracts all sorts of visa seekers, perhaps, students remain its most cherished hopefuls. In fact, New Zealand occupies a rather high place in the list of the overseas students. To attract more of such students, and further improve the progress of pathways to work and residence for highly skilled graduates, Immigration New Zealand has come up with vital changes to requirements for the study to work visa and student policies. This is expected to become effective from July 25, 2011.

The changes to Study to Work visa means that student must study there for not less than two years to become eligible for three years post study work visas. This includes one year open search visa, apart

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from two years graduate work visa.
For More Information, Visit : http://www.immigration.net.in/

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  1. Shailender jeet singh


    i am an orthopedic surgeon with an additional qualification of sonologist. i wish to migrate to new zealand along with my family. can u help/guide me for the same

    1. sanam

      Dear Shailender,

      Please note that currently ‘We are not providing any services for NZ visas.”

  2. vipin agarwal


    I am from india interested in shifting abroad. I am a credit manager having 6 years experience of working in a bank and handling MSME credit and other aspects of credit including credit ratings. Does this profile have any scope in NZ? i am interested in working and settling there. Please advise. Thank you.

    1. sanam

      Dear Vipin,

      Please note that currently we are not providing services for NZ visas.
      If you are interested in any other country kindly send us your detailed resume at sanam@abhinav.com and we shall guide you further.

  3. Anil Kumar

    Working as a lecturer in college from last 17 years.age is 40.married and spouse education is m.Sc(it) but no experience.can I apply for permanent immigration to newzealand

  4. Navin yadav

    I am a class I government servant. I m an officer of administrative service with 7 years experience. Before joining administrative services I had 3 years of experience as a college lecturer. I m a electronics and telecommunication graduate with post graduate certificate in advanced software. I m thinking of migrating to NZ. Kindly inform that what are my prospects of finding a job there given my job experience and educational qualification. Kindly revert for any additional information.
    Thanks and regards.

    1. sanam

      Dear Navin,

      Please note that currently we are not providing any services for NZ Immigration.

  5. suvarna

    HI…Myself MS.Suvarna….i did B.E.(COMPUTERS) & pursuing M.E.(COMPUTERS).
    I have 9 years teaching exp. in engineering colleges in Mumbai,India…..wanna migrate Canada ,Newzealand…is there opportunities for teacher…please suggest me…..
    Thank you.

    1. sanam

      Dear Suvarna,

      Kindly send us your detailed resume at sanam@abhinav.com and we shall advise you further.

  6. saurabh gupta

    hi,i am doing a hotel business in india .i would like to move for better oppourtunity to new zealand.As i have already been to new zealand as a visitor.i want to know what kind of business is best supported by new zealand govt.?

    1. sanam

      Dear Saurabh,

      Please note that currently we are not providing any services for NZ visas.

  7. vimal pansara

    i am pursuing a development officer job in life insurance corporation of India ( Govt undertaking company) since 2007. i looking for immigration within two year.

    1. sanam

      Dear Vimal,

      Send us your detailed resume at contact@abhinav.com and we shall guide you further.

  8. Karan

    Hello sir/madam,
    i want to immigrate to newzealand from india within 2-3 years.. What all things are required to immigrate. I’m currently pursuing my petroleum engineering degree from india.!

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