NZAMI - the New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment - is the professional association for New Zealand migration advisors and the people who use their services. Potential migrants to New Zealand will find on our website useful information about New Zealand immigration policy, contacts for supportive settlement services, and a directory of specialist immigration advisers. Immigration and re-settlement support professionals who join NZAMI receive professional development, up to the minute information about migration and resettlement issues, a network of peers, and a shared Code of Ethics.
Would you be surprised to find out that some people in New Zealand are working 80 to 90-hour weeks for $500, being paid for half the hours they work or paying their own salary to "buy" permanent residency?
In the 2016 financial year, 5.9 million international travellers arrived in New Zealand - a 9 per cent increase on the previous year.
In that time, 2930 people were prevented from boarding a flight to New Zealand, and 1371 were refused entry on arrival.
Police have sounded a warning after at least 11 international students have been left in limbo after an education agent allegedly ran away with around $250,000 they had paid for school fees and living expenses.
"Education agents are, in most cases, working for their own self-interests and not those of the student," said association chair June Ranson.
Call to vet foreign students after mosque attack planner revealed as former New Zealand engineering student.
A security expert is calling for more scrutiny of foreign students coming here to study.
It follows the gunning down of a former New Zealand engineering student by police in Saudi Arabia.
New Zealand Association for Migration & Investment