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About New Zealand
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Situated in the Southwestern part of the Pacific Ocean, New Zealand is a developed economy in terms of quality of life, the health of the citizens, education standards and natural sightseeing.

The service sector is the primary contributor in GDP followed by the industrial sector and agriculture. Tourism is also an important source of revenue as millions of tourists visit New Zealand for enjoying vacations. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington whereas the largest city is Auckland.

The per capita income of the country is high and the currency is New Zealand dollar.

Because of its geographical isolation for 80 million years, the country is the hub of distinct species of plants and animals. New Zealand also has various attractive tourist spots. Most people residing in this country are migrated from Britain, Italy, Germany, and the Scandinavian countries. English is the official language spoken by a majority of the population while the Maori language is also an official language generally used in the legal context.

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    For gaining entry into New Zealand for any purpose, people of other nations, with few exceptions, require a visa. The entry may due to various purposes such as study, business meeting, meeting a relative, investing in New Zealand, and enjoying sceneries in the country.

    Different types of visas are issued for different purposes with different validity and conditions. For residing permanently in New Zealand, the permanent resident visa is required and other visas already issued may also help the individuals residing permanently in New Zealand by assisting in obtaining a permanent residence visa. If a student wants to study in any of the universities in New Zealand, he must obtain a study permit. The student should have a required degree and have enough monetary resources to pay the living cost and tuition fee. For investing in New Zealand, investor 1 category and investor 2 category visa are issued with different conditions. For visiting New Zealand, for a shorter time, a visit visa is required.

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    • Permanent Residence
    • Work Permit
    • Study Permit
    • Investor Visa
    • Visit Visa

    For residing permanently in New Zealand, a permanent resident visa is required. New Zealand government issues permanent resident visas to the nationals of other countries to enhance the economic social and cultural development of the country. Various types of permanent resident visas are issued based on the eligibility of the individual. There is a range of visas that allows the person to live in New Zealand permanently. Skilled migrant category resident visa is issued to those people who have the required qualifications, skills and experience as mentioned in the eligibility criteria. Long term skill shortage resident visa is issued to an individual with skills that are of shortage in New Zealand. Individuals working for more than two years with a skill shortage visa are eligible for a permanent resident visa. With certain financial status, the parent whose adult child is New Zealand citizen or resident may apply for residing permanently in New Zealand. Other types of visas that may help in permanent resident visa includes dependent child resident visa, talent resident visa, talent work visa, investor resident visa, Entrepreneur resident visa, and permanent resident visa.

    The requirement of every visa is different and various documents are required to prove eligibility. RCIC helps you in obtaining a permanent resident visa or applying for permanently residing in New Zealand based on other types of visas.

    Are You Planning to reside permanently in New Zealand?

    For residing permanently in New Zealand, a permanent residence visa is required. The process of obtaining a permanent residence visa is complex. RCIC supports you in applying for a visa by sharing detailed and reliable information.

    New Zealand offers various career prospects for the people who wish to work in this country. With a high standard of living and a low crime rate, this country has become one of the favorite destinations for people who want to work and looking for permanently settling in this fabulous country.

    If the individual has the qualification and requisite experience in the field in which there is a shortage of manpower in New Zealand, there is an ample growth opportunity for such individuals. Only those people who can work in New Zealand are employed by employers. If an employer employs a person who is not eligible for working in New Zealand should liable to be prosecuted under section 350 of the Immigration Act 2009.

    If the individual has the qualification and requisite experience in the field in which there is a shortage of manpower in New Zealand, there is an ample growth opportunity for such individuals. Only those people who can work in New Zealand are employed by employers. If an employer employs a person who is not eligible for working in New Zealand should liable to be prosecuted under section 350 of the Immigration Act 2009.

    Various types of work visas are issued by the government of New Zealand depending upon the type of work. These include Essential Skills Work Visa, Work to Residence, Horticulture and Viticulture Seasonal Work Visas, Partnership Work Visa, Specific Purpose Work Visa, Religious Worker Visa, and Study to Work. The most common and issued in maximum cases are the essential skills work visa.

    RCIC helps to determine which type of visa you should apply based on the type of work you are looking for in New Zealand.

    Are You Planning to work in New Zealand?

    New Zealand offers ample opportunities to improve the economic and social status of professionals. RCIC helps the professionals for gaining work permits by addressing various issues and documentation to the client.

    The level of study in New Zealand is quite high and is recognized by employers all over the world. The strength of students in class is small leading to individualized attention. The educational system is very supportive and provides the students with an environment that helps them achieve a high level of practical as well as academic skills.

    The college-level education system of New Zealand has Institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs), Universities and Wānanga. There are almost 600 universities in New Zealand offering a wide variety of courses for international students. The ITPs are providing various vocational courses and their number in New Zealand are approximately 23. Wānanga institutes provide courses related to the Maori culture. If any student wishes to study Maori culture, the Wānanga institute is the right choice for him.

    For a student to study at any of the Universities of New Zealand, a study permit issued by the government of New Zealand is required. If the duration of course opted is less than 3 months, the student may study on a visit permit. However, a course longer than 3 months requires a study permit.

    RCIC helps in obtaining the study permit by extent their support to students and parents during the application process.

    Are You Planning to study in New Zealand?

    RCIC helps the students and their parents in obtaining the study permit. The study permit application is processed through a complex procedure and various documents are required to prove eligibility. Experts at RCIC provide fair advice during the study permit application process.

    New Zealand has seen significant economic growth in recent years and offers various opportunities to people who wish to invest in New Zealand for better returns. For investing in New Zealand, a New Zeeland investor visa is required, which is issued by the government of New Zealand after scrutinizing the visa application. Various eligibility criteria are placed for the issuance of investor visas.

    For making an investment acceptable for investor visa, the investment must have a commercial return, should be invested in New Zealand in New Zealand dollars, should be invested in legal firms, has the ability to contribute into the economic development of the country, and more importantly it should not be used for personal purposes such as buying a car or house.

    Two categories of investor visas are offered by the government of New Zealand. These are investor 1 category visa and investor 2 category visa. The investor 1 category visa is issued when the applicant complies with various criteria such as minimum investment of NZ$10,000,000 for 3 years, and a minimum of 88 days stay over 3 years while investor 2 category visa requires Investment of NZ$3,000,000 for 4 years and minimum stay for 438 days over 4 years.

    RCIC helps you in analyzing the eligibility for applying for an investor visa. The experts at RCIC provides detailed information related to investor visa.

    Are you looking for an opportunity for investment in New Zealand?

    RCIC provides comprehensive and detailed information related to investor 1 category visa and investor 2 category visa. RCIC extends support to have a hassle-free experience during the investor visa process.

    To visit New Zealand, a visit visa issued by the government of New Zealand is required. You can visit the country for any purpose such as meeting with friends, business meetings or sightseeing. Although people from visa waiver countries do not require a visit visa for traveling to New Zealand such individuals must have an NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority).

    The Peron applying for a visit visa should fulfill various eligibility criteria and is bound by certain conditions. The visit visa is valid for 9 months and the person on a visit visa may study a course which is not more than 3 months. While on a visit visa, the person can explore the sightseeing, visit relatives and attend a business meeting. The person may also include the spouse and the dependent children who are aged 19 years or below. Visit visa is not required to the person who is Australian national and the UK citizens may stay up to 6 months in New Zealand without any visa requirement.

    RCIC helps individuals obtain a visit visa. Large documentation and complex application process cause stress in individuals. The experts at RCIC, which is a regulatory immigration council, support the applicant throughout the application process.

    Are You Planning to visit New Zealand?

    RCIC is an immigration regulatory council and helps its customers in obtaining a visit visa. If you are planning to visit New Zealand for meeting a relative or for a business meeting or on vacation, contact RCIC for comprehensive and detailed information on a visit visa.

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