There has been an upsurge in migration to New Zealand due to a combination of international events. Moving to New Zealand has been gaining popularity after the vote on non-retirement rule by Supreme Court in US and UK's Brexit. According to the latest statistics, there was a significant increase in interest after these key votes.
New Zealand is an ideal place to live as it has a low population, and it is a multicultural country that very tolerant.
The effect of these key votes on the migration trend is seemed to be long-lived: both the non-retirement rule in US and the Brexit decision in UK are irreversible.
The comprehensive report "Beyond commodities: Manufacturing into the future", published by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment of New Zealand, highlighted
several current key strengths and challenges faced by the manufacturing sector of New Zealand. The report showed the highly diversified manufacturing sector in New Zealand but also identified some challenges, for example, the lack of scale relative to some international competitors. It also highlighted
the increasingly digitised and automated manufacturing sector, namely Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 refers to the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing and artificial intelligence. These technologies improve the flexibility and profitability of manufacturers
as they can utilize the technology to differentiate themselves through innovation, quality, brand and service. Economic development minister David Parker commented and suggested the New Zealand government to engage in establishing a new policy platform to promote Industry 4.0 in New Zealand and create a competitive edge in the international market.
New Zealand house price growth quickest in nine months in March
House prices in New Zealand have been going up, which brings both good news and bad news to the potential migrants. While immigrant investors might be
looking forward to yield the profits, the new Labour-led government has been planning to curb the trend by imposing taxes on investors and banning foreigners’ buying of properties.
There still are heated debates going on with these suggested solutions, which certainly buys some time for potential migrants. Get in touch with us promptly for more information now.
14 March 2018
NZ Labour Shortages
New Zealand has been facing struggles with sufficient local labor supply in certain industries, including teaching, hospitality and tourism, horticulture and agriculture, and Information Technology. They have been relying on incoming skilled workers from overseas to support the escalating, yet unfulfilled demands. Though Kiwis might consider these jobs as less promising, potential immigrants
could make an entrance with short-term work and/or study visas, and at the same time adapt to the local lifestyle.
Families and Groups can now Apply Online in 1 Single Visitor visa Application
Visiting New Zealand has never been this easy and handy ever. The advancement of the New Zealand online immigration system is making the application process of visas more efficient and less costly, as the paper-based applications are being replaced.
Individuals travelling together and families could now hand in a group of applications together, which has augmented the productivity of the processing by related department. The online system is doing a great job, and a further upgrade will be carried out for partner or dependent child applications for visas in around May.
And certainly, we would familiarise ourselves with the online new functions to deliver the best immigration service to you.