Immigration to The New Zealand
Beauty to breathtaking landscapes of New Zealand is not
famous only because of the movie "Lord of the Rings"
by Tolkien. For many, New Zealand has always been one of
their favorite holiday destinations. Nothing really surprising
that the Belgians also dream of going to work at the other
end of the world. However, the policy of the Government
of New Zealand is not to let their country that those with
a high level of education. You must have strong professional
Residence permits and work
No matter why you want to go in New Zealand, you must apply
for a visa. It is strongly advised to prepare your stay.
You will be various formalities which will depend on your
own goals. You must decide in advance especially if you
need a tourist visa or work permit.
If you want to install in New Zealand or to start a business,
you will need a "Long Term Business Visa" which
allows you to work for an initial period of nine months,
extendable to three years. If the company you work up a
subsidiary or branch in New Zealand, you need a visa called
"Employees of Relocating Business" allowing you
to work for 24 months.
New Zealand encourages many potential immigrants to settle
on its territory. In fact, many opportunities are offered
by various government programs in New Zealand.
The popular flagship program, introduced in 2004, is the
skilled immigration program (SMC, or Skilled Migration Category),
set up by the New Zealand government to address the shortage
of qualified staff in many sectors. A point system selects
immigrants. Our points calculator allows you to assess your
situation. It should be mentioned that immigration does
not always qualified "BAC minimum 3" for the New
Zealand government: a degree in French type CAP (Certificate
of Professional Competence) with a few years of professional
experience provides the right to work in New Zealand for
some professions (machinery operator, carpenter, bicycle