You have reached the right place if you are looking for immigration help. We provide professional advice to onshore and offshore applicants. LivingINnz.co.nz is a privately owned business and not associated with Immigration New Zealand. We charge professional fees for our services.
You can visit the following government websites for information
Engaging Immigration Adviser for New Zealand Immigration-related matters.
Immigration Advisers Authority of New Zealand (IAA.govt.nz) recommends that applicants considering using an immigration agent should employ the services of a licensed immigration adviser, whether within New Zealand or overseas, unless they are exempt. It is a criminal offence to provide Immigration Advice to applicants without holding a current license of being exempt. You can read more here, www.IAA.govt.nz.You can check if an immigration adviser is licensed on the licensed immigration advisers register maintained by the Immigration Advisers Authority. Please check www.immigration.govt.nz for details on utilising the services of Licensed Immigration Adviser
Variation in visa conditions.
You are answering PPI letters (letters of concern) against your visa application by INZ.
Character waivers or complex matters such as drink driving, convictions, domestic violence, breach of visa conditions.
Section 61 requests.
Appeals for ministerial direction.
Employer Services (employer accreditation & AIP approval in principle to recruit overseas)
Critical Purpose Visitor Visa CPVV, i.e. applications for travel requests to NZ and border exemptions during COVID-19
Testimonials & Reviews
We have a track record of excellence; satisfied clients are the best testimony.
Ministerial Intervention requests.
We have successfully resolved many complex cases with ministerial intervention.
Engaging a Licensed Immigration Adviser.
You may want to seek professional help while preparing your application, or the matter may be as severe as being in New Zealand unlawfully or there is a deportation order against you. An initial consultation is an opportunity for you to discuss your situation confidentially with us. We can let you know various options/pathways and costs involved. Most notably, in our opinion, if your application may be feasible or otherwise.
Please check the details on the engagement page.
To provide honest, unambiguous and professional advice.
To diligently complete and submit all aspects of your visa application.
To simplify and interpret the migration regulation and policies and to help you through the process.
To make the whole process as stress-free as possible.
To promptly communicate with you every step of your application process from the date of lodgement to Immigration New Zealand’s decision on your visa.
To be upfront, open and honest about all fees, and seek your prior approval before any charges.
To abide by the rules, regulations, code of conduct and legislation set out by the legal authorities and professional bodies, i.e. Immigration New Zealand and Immigration Advisors Authority.
Employers and HR professionals | Employer Accreditation
Immigration Advisers Authority of New Zealand (IAA.govt.nz) has published the following information for employers, which enlists immigration advice do’s and don’ts for employers.
It makes sense to partner with professionals who can look after your organisation’s immigration-related requirements.
Disclaimer & Declaration
Note that information contained on this website, on its own, should not be treated as Immigration Advice.
Note that the use of the personal pronoun “we” in the text above and elsewhere on this website is in the context of the business entity NetworkG Partners Ltd., which is an NZ registered private limited company. The trading name of the business and the registered trademark is Livinginnz.co.nz To view the company information, please click here or check out www.companies.govt.nz
The use of the IAA logo below is related to individual advisers and not the organisation as a whole, please click on the license number tab to view the IAA page of the individual adviser/s.