Realize your immigration goals

Know your options

Get professional immigration advice and take informed decisions. Sail peacefully and confidently to your goals, knowing the best options for your case and needs

Dreaming about New Zealand?

Attend our Free Webinars

Every month we broadcast 2 free live webinars: Therein, we share relevant information and we respond to the audience’s questions about the New Zealand immigration framework.

Check your options

Free 15 Minutes Consultation

If you are already in New Zealand, Australia or the Cook Island you can request a free 15 minutes consultation to check your case and eligibility. Note: No Advice is given in this type of consultations.

Know your path

Get a full Assessment on your case

Discuss your case in depth with a Licensed Immigration adviser. Assess your circumstances, goals and options and plan your strategy to apply for the right visa option and realize your immigration goals.

Employer Accreditation

If you employ or intend to employ migrants in your workforce, you will need to be registered by November 2021.  Avoid queues and prepare your application with us now.

Practice Areas

Our licensed Immigration Advisers provide a wide range of services and specialize in different types of visas.

01.
Work Visas

Required if you’d like to work in New Zealand for a certain period of time.

Read More
02.
Student Visas

Usually required if you’d like to study more than 3 months.

Read More
07. 06. 05. 04.
Border Exceptions

If you are outside New Zealand and want to re-enter the country.

Read More
07. 06. 05.
Residence Class Visas

If you’d like to settle permanently  in New Zealand, this is your visa.

Read More
07. 06.
Family Visas

Several options for partners, dependent children, or even parents.

Read More
07.
Section 61

If you are unlawfully in New Zealand and would like to resolve your situation.

Read More
Employer Accreditation

Start your application now and avoid disruption to your business operation.

Read More

More areas

Practice Areas

Our licensed Immigration Advisers provide a wide range of services and specialize in different types of visas.

.01

Work Visas

Required if you’d like to work in New Zealand for a certain period of time.

.02

Student Visas

Usually required if you’d like to study more than 3 months.

.03

If you are outside New Zealand and want to re-enter the country.

.04

Residence Class Visas

If you’d like to settle permanently  in New Zealand, this is your visa.

.05

Family Visas

Several options for partners, dependent children, or even parents.

.06

Section 61

If you are unlawfully in New Zealand and would like to resolve your situation.

More areas

What kind of Visa are you looking for?

Take a look at our prices

What kind of Visa are you looking for?

Take a look at our prices

Border exception EOI
$150
Expression of Interest (EOI) for Skilled Migrant Category
$700
Essential Skills Work Visa
$950

Get the Latest News on our Blog

Frequently Asked Questions

Using a Licensed Immigration Adviser (LIA) can make the difference between success and failure for an application and hours of learning effort. LIAs are knowledgeable of the ever-changing New Zealand Immigration framework and processes. By working with one, you’ll get the best advocacy, support, and advise about the options (if any) and the optimum pathway could have to fulfil your immigration goals. LIA’s expertise minimize the risk of rework (i.e. having Immigration New Zealand (INZ) raising concerns and questions over an application), ultimately leading to a better prepared, and hence more likely, faster application turnaround.

In general, Visa Advisers provide help for most of the Immigration matters. This can be, but it is not reduced to: Essential Skills Work Visas (ESWV), Student Visas, Visitor Visas, Work to Residence Visa, Residence Visas, Partnership and Child Visas, Entrepreneur and Investor Visas, Section 61, Responses to PPI.

Visa Adviser’s professionals have a broad expertise, but if we find our expertise is not enough we will certainly refer your case to an specialist (e.g. Refugee cases, Asylum seekers, etc)

The fundamental difference is that LIAs focus exclusively on New Zealand immigration law and are regulated by the Immigration Advisory Authority Lawyers usually exercise on a much broader range of laws and are regulated by the NZ Law Society. LIAs focus on immigration work , so there is a higher level of experience in these matters. Many lawyers refuse to do immigration work, even though they are allowed to do so because it is complex and constantly changing. So while a registered lawyer is allowed to do immigration work they are not always the best choice.

You can book an appointment with us by clicking Here.

If you are not ready to do that yet, you can attend one of our Webinars or request a 15 minutes free consultation here

Look for answers in our forum:

Still have a question?