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Welcome to New Zealand, a Welcoming Haven for Families.

Here, diverse visa options simplify the process of bringing loved ones
together to create a shared future in this beautiful destination..

Whether for visits, work, or establishing a home, these accessible pathways ensure a smooth and supportive transition for family members, making New Zealand an ideal place to build lasting memories together. These options reflect the inclusivity of New Zealand’s immigration framework, providing families with the flexibility to choose the pathway that best aligns with their aspirations for a fulfilling life in this captivating destination:

Some of the
visa options available are:

Whether for visits, work, or establishing a home, these accessible pathways ensure a smooth and supportive transition for family members, making New Zealand an ideal place to build lasting memories together. These options reflect the inclusivity of New Zealand’s immigration framework, providing families with the flexibility to choose the pathway that best aligns with their aspirations for a fulfilling life in this captivating destination:

Some of the
visa options available are:

Partner Visas

This catch-all term refers to some visitor, work or residency visas that are issued based on a relationship and are designed for those in genuine, stable relationships with New Zealand residents or citizens.

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Dependant Child Visas

Bringing children to New Zealand is a priority for many migrants. The type of visa for children depends on the parents’ original visa eligibility. Visitor or Student visas are available for dependent children, and when applying for a new temporary visa, a migrant must apply for their children’s visa separately. In contrast, residency visa applications include children in the main application. However, there are instances when children cannot be included, leading to the availability of a specific Dependent Child Residency Visa

The criteria for dependent child applications include age restrictions:

Parent and Grandparent Visas

These visa categories provide diverse opportunities for parents and grandparents, whether for short-term family visits, a permanent move, or a peaceful retirement:

1. Parent and Grandparent Visitor Visas:

2. Parent Resident Visa:

3. Parent Retirement Resident Visa:

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Guardian of a Student Visitor Visa

The New Zealand guardian visa allows parents or legal guardians to live with and care for their children studying in New Zealand on a student visa (years 1-13).

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Other visas allowing you to live in New Zealand

There are many other visas that may allow you to stay in New Zealand.
To explore your options, please book a consultation with one of our Licensed Immigration advisers.