Immigration Rules Explained in Franchise Magazine

This month I have been featured in Franchise Magazine.
The article covers Work Visas, Residence and Entrepreneur Pathways to Residence. It’s a great read for anyone who is confused about the way Immigration works or those that are considering putting in applications in the near future.

I’ve talked about my rule of thumb when providing INZ with evidence of ‘skilled’ employment and even talked about how employer’s can assess employee’s rights to work for them.

You can read the article here.
Please feel free to share with your friends and family and anyone else you think may benefit from this information. We like to make sure anyone who comes to us has the best possible chance of obtaining a visa and reading this article could help towards that goal.

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2 Responses to Immigration Rules Explained in Franchise Magazine

  1. Harkiran kaur gill says:

    Dear sir / madam I am an english teacher from India . My age is 41 and have more than 15 years of teaching experience. I have got myself registered as a teacher in nz. My education assessment is at 9- 10 level. For all this I claim 140 points . In June my eoi was rejected. I want to know whether the cause was less points than the required 160 or teachers are not in demand in nz. I also want to know how many points can I claim if my spouses education is at level 7-8. How many ielts score does he require to claim 20 points .hope I made myself clear. Please do answer . Looking forward to hearing from u . Thnx

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