The New Zealand Green List

Get New Zealand residency the day you land: check out the Green List jobs with residency pathways! Immigration New Zealand created the Green List to fast-track residency pathways for certain occupations, and consists of two tiers.

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Find out if you can move to New Zealand

We’ve created a free 2-minute appraisal form to give you an idea of your chances to get a job in New Zealand and make the move here.

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In-person events in the UK

Members of our expert team are travelling the UK throught 2024, hosting in-person events where you can talk directly to them about your move to New Zealand. Click through to book your tickets and see if there is an event coming to a city near you.

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Rental prices in New Zealand

Want a better feel for the cost of renting a home in New Zealand?

Here’s a breakdown of the median weekly rental prices in some of our most popular regions, as of April 2021.

Find out more about renting in New Zealand here.

As at April 2021

Location1 Bd Apt3 Bdr house
Auckland Central$380$790
Auckland Herne Bay$560$1,098
Auckland Otahuhu$345$600
Hamilton Central$400$550
Wellington Central$440$773
Wellington Ngaio$398$673
Christchurch Fendalton$380$460
Christchurch Central$370$495
Otago Central$380$470
Dunedin NE Valley$373$525


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