To begin with here is some basic information about New Zealand.
New Zealand has a population of about 4 million people only, which means that it always needs people with skills, qualifications and work experience to meet its labor market requirements in a thriving economy.
New Zealand is one of the most beautiful countries and it has been named the most peaceful nation in the world. As per the Human Development Report 2010, New Zealand was ranked the third best country in the world to live. A recent study also showed that New Zealand is ranked the fourth best country in the world to be a Mum. In addition, New Zealand has one of the top class education system and its universities and educational institutes enjoy a high ranking as well. It is a great place for you and your family to live, work, study and play.
The factors that contribute to New Zealand’s top rating are good healthcare and social security systems, lack of corruption and crime, a clean and green environment, good basic living standards, a strong cultural mix – the list goes on and on. In case you are looking to improve the quality of your life and find the best place for you and your children to live in, then New Zealand is the place for you. Call us today to see if you qualify or a NZ Visa or just refer to the point matrix for a better idea.
New Zealand Visa Point System.
|Current skilled employment in New Zealand for 12 months or more||60|
|Offer of skilled employment in New Zealand or current employment in New Zealand for less than 12 months||50|
|Employment or Employment Offer|
|An identified future growth area||10|
|An area of absolute skills shortage||10|
|Region outside Auckland||10|
|Spouse/partner employment or offer of employment.||20|
|NZ work experience|
|3 years or more||15|
|Work experience in a NZ area of absolute skill shortage|
|2 to 5 years||10|
|6 years or more||15|
|Recognised basic qualifications (for example trade qualifications, diploma, bachelor degree, degree with Honours)||50|
|Recognised post-graduate qualification (Masters degree, Doctorate)||55|
|2 years of full time study in New Zealand towards a recognised qualification||5|
|Recognised New Zealand qualification (and at least 2 years study in New Zealand)||5|
|Recognised post-graduate New Zealand Qualification (Masters, PHD)||10|
|Qualification in an area of absolute skills shortage||10|
|Qualification in an identified future growth area||10|
|Close family in NZ|
|Close family in New Zealand||10|