Posted on October 13 2022
New Zealand announced that it will restart the two visas mentioned below that were paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic:
Michael Wood, the New Zealand Immigration Minister, announced that both of these visas will restart from mid-November 2022.
The government of New Zealand has plans to introduce a points system for the immigrants that do not belong to any of the existing immigration programmes. The points system will be uncapped and will be very easy to follow.
Skilled Immigrant Category will allow the foreigners to get residence for themselves and their families. The two visas under this category are discussed below in detail:
A resident visa comes under the Skilled Migrant category and the visa holders can study, work and live in New Zealand for an indefinite period. Candidates are also allowed to bring their partners and dependent children. The age of the dependent children should be 24 and under.
A parent resident visa allows the parent of a New Zealand citizen or resident to live in the country. Parents can live in New Zealand if their children are able to support them financially and also agree to become sponsors. The parent visa holders are allowed to live in New Zealand for six months at a time. The total stay of the parents is 18 months in three years.
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