News & information on moving to New Zealand
A recent study has ranked New Zealand as the global leader in achieving a harmonious work-life balance. This accolade not only highlights the country’s commitment to the well-being of its citizens but also offers valuable insights for the rest of the world. The result of this balance is a workforce that is not only productive but also fulfilled, nurturing a positive ripple effect across every aspect of society.
Last year the UK and New Zealand prime ministers announced their plans to update the Working Holiday Scheme , From July 1 2023 this is coming into affect and UK Citizens will be able to travel & work in New Zealand for longer.
The New Zealand Government is introducing a maximum continuous stay of five years on an Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) for those who are not clearly on a pathway to residence.
New simplified points system will be introduced for the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) Resident Visa on 9 October 2023. These changes are designed to provide a faster route to residence for individuals in high-skilled roles and offer a clear pathway to residence for those who work in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Discover the 21 of the most sought-after occupations in New Zealand, where technological advancements and shifting industry demands have created a dynamic job market with lucrative career opportunities.
A huge announcement yesterday reflects the New Zealand government’s ongoing efforts to make it easy for skilled professionals to live and work in our beautiful, progressive country.