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Immigration is an ever-changing field, and all applicants and advisers need to stay abreast of the latest developments to ensure successful results.

Our Immigration News archive contains the most relevant an up-to-date information on all major events in New Zealand immigration. The resources in our New Zealand Immigration newsfeed will help you understand the current immigration environment. However, no amount of research and reading will compare to the personalized advice of our immigration adviser. We encourage all clients to book to contact us directly, or book an appointment at our Wellington immigration office.

    • April 17, 2018

    New Zealand Immigration Adviser vs. Immigration Lawyer

    Do you need an immigration adviser or an immigration lawyer? What is the difference? Find out here. Immigration lawyer: An immigration lawyer is a practicing lawyer who provides immigration advice. In New Zealand, practicing lawyers are allowed to provide immigration advice without any specialist training, supervision, or oversight. Some immigration lawyers are extremely competent. But

    • April 12, 2018

    AMG Immigration Opens Wellington Office

    AMG Immigration is taking their fresh and modern approach to immigration advice to New Zealand’s capital, Wellington. AMG Immigration has now opened an office in Wellington, and we are taking appointments for all New Zealand immigration and visa issues. Following the success of our Tauranga immigration branch, we are eager to bring our services to

    • September 4, 2017

    New Rules for Essential Skills Visas

    On August 28th Immigration New Zealand enacted new rules for Essential Skills Work Visas. Any applications for an Essential Skills work visa lodged after August 28th will be evaluated under the new regulations. The key changes are outlined below, however, in the near future we will also have articles on some of the smaller changes

    • August 2, 2017

    Unlicensed Immigration Adviser Slapped with Fine

    An unlicensed adviser hosting an ‘unlawful’ radio show has been handed a $7,000 fine for giving unlicensed immigration advice to the Chinese community in New Zealand. In a new newsletter the Immigration Adviser Authority has revealed that in late in July, Alison Yang lost her appeal to the High Court regarding charges filed against her

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