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Welcome to New Zealand Visa Solutions

“Professional and friendly NZ visa solutions”

  • Immigration advice
  • Visa applications
  • Registrations

Client First

We work for YOU

Tailor a visa solution for each client

We develop the most appropriate visa solution for YOU

Professional services at all times

We are  licensed New Zealand immigration advisers for YOU

How do we work?

“We are here to advocate on your behalf. Be it Immigration New Zealand, Immigration & Protection Tribunal or any other Authority our job is to represent your interests within the law. We work by appointments; you can email us via our site or Contact Us to make an appointment to see us or chat with us on the phone.”

What can I do in New Zealand ?

New Zealand is jam-packed with things to do.

The hardest part of planning your holiday will be deciding which to do first!

Exploring New Zealand’s magnificent landscapes and coastline tops the list for many. Fantastic cycling and walking trails dot the country from north to south or try kayakingsailing or divingIf you’re after New Zealand’s famous adventure activities and extreme sports, there’s a myriad to choose from. Bungy jumping a must-do; while raftingjet boatingskydiving and zip lining offer a similar rush.Not sure where to start? Check out ultimate New Zealand bucket list.

Get ready for New Zealand 

A world-class education and an unforgettable adventure

New Zealand is one of the world’s best places to live and study. Discover our internationally-renowned education system and unbeatable lifestyle.

Education system

Students in New Zealand are supported to solve problems, process information, work with others, create and innovate. Whichever level you’re studying at, New Zealand can give you a high-quality education that will enable you to achieve your goals.

Get ready for New Zealand 

Job market & key industries

Is it a good time to be looking for jobs in New Zealand? Definitely – especially if you have the right skills.

New Zealand was less affected by the global financial crisis than many other countries and employment has been gathering steam, particularly in the last three years. However, while employment conditions are expected to remain strong, the Government forecasts the growth rate will decline for the next three years to 2018.There are many job openings for specialists in industries such as medicine, engineering and IT. But there are also opportunities to contribute more generalist skills.

Get ready for New Zealand 

A warm welcome

New Zealanders open their hearts to newcomers.

In fact, nine out of ten migrants find the welcome they receive meets or exceeds their expectations, according to a recent Immigration New Zealand survey.In the 2015 Expat Insider survey, 94% of respondents said they found Kiwi people ‘friendly’ or ‘very friendly’. It’s one of the reasons we scored so highly (second of 64 countries) for ‘ease of settling in’.

A tradition of hospitality

The spirit of welcome runs deep here. Māori have a word for it – Manaakitanga.Loosely translated as hospitality, Manaakitanga sums up the act of welcoming and looking after guests. The idea is that by offering hospitality, generosity and mutual respect everyone involved comes out better off.

Bringing people together

Food and hospitality have always been at the heart of the Māori way of life.Whether it’s a picnic on the beach, a hāngi at your child’s school or a barbeque with neighbours – you’ll find that food and friendship go hand-in-hand in New Zealand.Manaakitanga extends far beyond Māori tradition. It’s even recognised by our Government as one of the two core values of our tourism strategy.

Get ready for New Zealand 

What can I do in New Zealand?

Visit

New Zealand is jam-packed with things to do.

The hardest part of planning your holiday will be deciding which to do first!

Exploring New Zealand’s magnificent landscapes and coastline tops the list for many. Fantastic cycling and walking trails dot the country from north to south or try kayakingsailing or diving. If you’re after New Zealand’s famous adventure activities and extreme sports, there’s a myriad to choose from. Bungy jumping a must-do; while raftingjet boatingskydiving and zip lining offer a similar rush.Not sure where to start? Check out ultimate New Zealand bucket list.

Get ready for New Zealand

Study

Job market & key industries

Is it a good time to be looking for jobs in New Zealand? Definitely – especially if you have the right skills.

New Zealand was less affected by the global financial crisis than many other countries and employment has been gathering steam, particularly in the last three years. However, while employment conditions are expected to remain strong, the Government forecasts the growth rate will decline for the next three years to 2018.There are many job openings for specialists in industries such as medicine, engineering and IT. But there are also opportunities to contribute more generalist skills.

Get ready for New Zealand

Work

Job market & key industries

Is it a good time to be looking for jobs in New Zealand? Definitely – especially if you have the right skills.

New Zealand was less affected by the global financial crisis than many other countries and employment has been gathering steam, particularly in the last three years. However, while employment conditions are expected to remain strong, the Government forecasts the growth rate will decline for the next three years to 2018.There are many job openings for specialists in industries such as medicine, engineering and IT. But there are also opportunities to contribute more generalist skills.

Get ready for New Zealand

Recidence

A warm welcome

New Zealanders open their hearts to newcomers.

In fact, nine out of ten migrants find the welcome they receive meets or exceeds their expectations, according to a recent Immigration New Zealand survey.In the 2015 Expat Insider survey, 94% of respondents said they found Kiwi people ‘friendly’ or ‘very friendly’. It’s one of the reasons we scored so highly (second of 64 countries) for ‘ease of settling in’.

A tradition of hospitality

The spirit of welcome runs deep here. Māori have a word for it – Manaakitanga.Loosely translated as hospitality, Manaakitanga sums up the act of welcoming and looking after guests. The idea is that by offering hospitality, generosity and mutual respect everyone involved comes out better off.

Bringing people together

Food and hospitality have always been at the heart of the Māori way of life.Whether it’s a picnic on the beach, a hāngi at your child’s school or a barbeque with neighbours – you’ll find that food and friendship go hand-in-hand in New Zealand.Manaakitanga extends far beyond Māori tradition. It’s even recognised by our Government as one of the two core values of our tourism strategy.

Get ready for New Zealand

Some words from our clients.

“Service provided was professional and it was tailored to our circumstances and we would happily recommend NZVS to others.”

Akaash Singh & Nishika Maharaj