Terra Nova Consultancy Ltd is a New Zealand business migration consultancy company, specialising in assisting people and businesses from all over the world to migrate to New Zealand and settle successfully in their newly chosen home country.
If you are considering the possiblity of migrating to New Zealand or setting up a commercial business venture in New Zealand, you are at the right place. At TNC we have the experience, skills and knowledge to make your immigration dream a reality!
There are a variety of Temporary Visas available that allow you to come to New Zealand for an intended temporary stay. Specific conditions per type of application apply and, depending on the intended length of stay, medicals and police records may be required.
A Residence Class Visa allows you to live in New Zealand and may be obtained through various avenues with various and different criteria, while the type of visa is fully dependable on your personal situation.
Skills, education, assets and funds, English language level and family ties, these are some important key elements in these applications.
Reviews, re-assessments of applications or lodging an Appeal with the Immigration and Protection Tribunal (IPT), these are all options available for different situations and for different type visa class applications.
Please note that Section 61 (and 11) are applicable only if you are illegally in New Zealand, e.g. your visa has expired.
Terra Nova Consultancy Ltd is a commercial Immigration Consultancy Company, specialising in assisting people from all over the world to migrate to New Zealand and settle successfully in their new chosen home country.
Terra Nova Consultancy Ltd strives to be a One-Stop-Shop for people wishing to immigrate to New Zealand. In particular we provide a range of services to assist our clients in setting up a business venture. This may include assistance in purchasing an existing business or establishing a new business in New Zealand that would meet and satisfy the Entrepreneur Work Visa criteria.
Friday 17 February 2017 in Botany, Manukau, Auckland
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