Whether you are looking to migrate to New Zealand, are already in New Zealand and seeking advice on your options for staying here, or need assistance to resolve a particular immigration issue, our highly experienced team is here to help.
Our team thrives on opportunities. We pride ourselves on giving honest advice on the available options, comprehensive and high-quality representation at a competitive price, and a level of communication second to none.
We have built up an impressive track record of successfully managing the move to New Zealand for many individuals and families and of navigating the grant of temporary visas, residency and citizenship to employees, business persons, investors and family. We advise and collaborate with New Zealand businesses across all industries to facilitate their labour needs.
This means that regardless of how unique and complicated your situation is, you should be talking to us about your options and getting the right advice for you. We deliver quality results at competitive rates and are available when you need us.
When you choose Saunders & Co Immigration to assist you, you are getting more than just expert immigration advice. Whether you are just making the move now, or have been here for years, from individuals to employers, we can provide a full wrap service of all the legal services you require to ensure your success, including specialist international taxation advice. Saunders & Co Immigration is part of the well established law firm Saunders & Co, with over 70 staff and partners covering all areas of law.
Early this morning the Minister made a major announcement of a new category of residence visa which is estimated to impact up to 165,000 migrants.
As a result of the ongoing issues presented by COVID-19, Immigration New Zealand has made a number of changes to temporary visa policy in recent weeks, with the aim of simplifying the visa application process and providing relief to sectors...
The Minister of Immigration has recently announced a number of significant changes to the processing of Essential Skills work visas, as well as a deferral to the upcoming compulsory employer accreditation scheme.
A new border exception has been announced, to address the ongoing shortage of qualified teachers in New Zealand.