Did you know we can help with emigration to New Zealand too?
Many people view both Australia and New Zealand as desired emigration destinations. The common misconception is that emigration to Australia is similar to emigration to New Zealand. However it is not and that’s why Intergate offers our services for both countries.
Here’s how Intergate helps you
Just like with Australia, our licensed immigration advisers start by doing a comprehensive assessment for you to find out if you are eligible for emigration to New Zealand. If you qualify, our advisers also help you compile and submit your application.
Let us remind you that the emigration to Australia and New Zealand are not the same. Each country has its own set of requirements to meet.
The good news is that we can do assessments for both countries at the same time. Our advice is to do it this way, whether you’re interested in both countries or not.
Perhaps you don’t qualify for Australia, but you do qualify for New Zealand. New Zealand is a great country and it could be a fantastic option for your family. At least if you know that you qualify for emigration to New Zealand, you can make an informed decision about where you want to take your family.
We have three licensed immigration advisers!
Immigration advisers for New Zealand has to be licensed and registered with the New Zealand Immigration Advisers Authority in order to offer emigration advice and assistance.
We’re happy to tell you that all three our advisers are indeed licensed and registered. You can read more about them here.
Our New Zealand service offering
Intergate can assist you with a full range of visa and applications for New Zealand:
- Residency applications.
- Work and business visas.
- Skilled migrant visa assessments.
- EOI (Expression of Interest) applications.
- Entrepreneur and Investor visas.
- Family visa applications.
Get in touch to explore emigration to New Zealand
A simple email is all it takes to find out if you are eligible for emigration to New Zealand. Don’t forget that you can get assessed for Australia at the same time. Who knows – you might even qualify for both countries, which will leave you free to decide which option you’d like to pursue.