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Immigration Advisor

Coming to New Zealand

 

 immigration nz  

Immigration New Zealand

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is part of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

Immigration New Zealand is responsible for bringing the best people to New Zealand to enhance New Zealand’s social and economic outcomes

www.immigration.govt.nz

 

 
 internal affairs  

Citizenship Office

The Citizenship Office offers a service to make the application process easier and faster for you. Appointments with a case officer are now available in Auckland, Manukau, Hamilton, Tauranga, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch and Dunedin.

 

www.citizenship.govt.nz

 

 
 ministry of justice  

Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice delivers court and tribunal services including collection of fines and reparation, provides policy advice and negotiates Treaty of Waitangi claims on behalf of the Government. The Ministry of Justice is the lead justice sector agency and also supports the judiciary.

www.justice.govt.nz

 

 
 internal affairs  

Passport Office

The Passport Office offers a service to make the application process easier and faster for you. In this site you can get information on Passport Photos, Fees and Charges, Name Changes, Apply for Renewals, Urgent Travel, Lost and Stolen Passports and Contact Information.

www.passports.govt.nz

 

 
 nzami  

NZAMI

The New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment Inc. is a not-for-profit incorporated society

The NZAMI, New Zealand's leading professional association for immigration advisers since 1989, works closely with Immigration New Zealand and the Immigration Advisers Authority in its commitment to playing a major role in building the professionalism of the immigration industry in New Zealand.

www.nzami.org.nz

 

 
 Immigration Advisers Authority  

Immigration Advisers Authority

The Immigration Advisers Authority was set up in May 2008 to regulate immigration advice both nationally and internationally. Under the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007 anyone giving immigration advice must have a licence unless they are an exempt person.

www.iaa.govt.nz

 

 
 Celebrants Association of New Zealand  

Celebrants Association of New Zealand

Ceremony and ritual are accepted as a normal part of NZ life - in homes, communities and businesses; and Celebrants are recognised as the professionals with the specialist skills and experience to assist people mark any event or milestone.

www.celebranz.org.nz