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Where you can trust us to get your visa to New Zealand

Expert Immigration Services provides all types of Visa Solutions and Educational Consultancy. We help to removes uncertainty and solves Immigration problems. We help to manage the whole Immigration process whether simple or complex to make your life easy.

Why New Zealand

Survey after survey proves New Zealand’s enviable work-life balance. HSBC’s 2015 Expat Explorer survey ranked us second in the world for work-life balance (and first for ‘Quality of Life’). Overall, they voted New Zealand the second most popular place on earth for expats to live and work. The latest (2015) survey by global HR consultants Mercer again ranked Auckland as the third best city in the world for ‘Quality of Living’, after Vienna and Zurich, and first in the Asia Pacific and Australasia. Wellington scored well too, coming in at 12th. The UN ranks New Zealand 9th out of 187 countries on its 2015 Human Development Index.

Visa Assistance

We provide complete assistance with Student Visa, Work Visa, Visitor Visa, Residence Visa, Ministerial Appeal and Section 61 requests.

About Expert Immigration

At Expert Immigration, we take the opportunity to get to know our clients and because we deal with various immigration issues every day

Expert Immigration Where you can get the best Immigration Advice

Why Choose Us?

At Expert Immigration, we take the time to get to know our clients and because we deal with immigration issues every day.

Why this Expert Immigration is Best?

At Expert Immigration, we take the opportunity to get to know our clients and because we deal with various immigration issues every day and we understand the concerns that many international students possess. We have been helping many students to apply successfully for their visa and providing them with the practical advice and support for the processing of their visa application.

We also give advice to students for the accommodation available in various cities of New Zealand and providing them with every help and support they need.

Why Living In New Zealand?

New Zealand is around the same size as Japan or Great Britain. The countryside is unique and quite spectacular, from rolling green hills to golden sand beaches then lush rainforests, all within a few hours’ drives. New Zealand has just over four million people, known affectionately as ‘Kiwis’, who are easy going, warm and welcoming to their neighbour’s and to those who travel to experience all that is New Zealand.

There are various reasons for moving to New Zealand. Below are some of them.

High Quality of Life: New Zealand’s laid-back lifestyle, friendly kiwi nature, positive work-life balance, makes the country topped the survey’s in evaluating countries’ quality of living numerous times.
Happy Family Life: Families in New Zealand enjoy a relaxed outdoors lifestyle in a safe environment as New Zealand ranks among the top 10 safest countries.
Leading Education System
Favourable Climate: In New Zealand summers generally are warm and dry, while winters are relatively mild and wet. Most major cities of New Zealand get over 2,000 sunshine hours a year – in some places like Nelson, it’s even over 2,400 hours.
Good Career Prospects: Overseas workers are actively sought by employers in skill shortage occupations in New Zealand.

What To Do To Get Your Student Visa?

Students who wish to study in New Zealand must be able to prove that their English is good enough to handle Institution level tasks such as essay writing and oral presentations. Student can prove their level of English by sitting for an IELTS test. IELTS is recognized for course admission by universities in many countries like Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada & UK. The IELTS Preparation Course teaches students test-taking skills and develops their language abilities so that students can score above the minimum requirement for university entry.


Why only Licensed Advisor?

The Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) was set up to protect people from receiving New Zealand immigration advice. Anyone giving immigration advice must be licensed by the IAA, unless exempt.

What do our Clients say?