IMMAGINE NEW ZEALAND

We have a success rate of more than 99% and tell you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear.

  • If you are already in New Zealand and would like to find out how to stay long term or permanently or you have already applied and found yourself in the middle of an immigration minefield then we can help. Our Auckland offices are centrally located so give us a call to discuss how we can help. Not in Auckland? We can conduct a Skype or telephone consultation with you no matter where you are so call us today on 09 359 9319 or email: info@immagine.co.nz
  • No matter where in the world you are we can assist. We hold free immigration seminars in various countries around the world providing a realistic and honest view on life and living in New Zealand. If you can’t make it to a seminar we can discuss your migration plans by Skype or telephone no matter where you are located. To find out how to make your dream of a new life in New Zealand a reality, contact us by email: info@immagine.co.nz, call us on +64 9 359 9319 or click through to the next page.
  • There are literally thousands of websites and online forums out there that will attempt to provide you with answers to many of your questions without actually having to engage directly with you. The problem is sifting through mountains of information and opinions to find the answers relevant to you and then determining if it's accurate…
  • HuM (Helping U Manage) is IMMagine's latest client offering. A system we've developed in-house over several years that helps you manage your entire migration process online including the ability to upload documents and files.

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IMMagine hosts free immigration seminars about moving to New Zealand or Australia and what this might involve. Register to reserve your seats above.

1-on-1 Assessment

Are you eligible?

If you're serious about migrating to either Australia or New Zealand, your first step is to establish your eligibility. We offer comprehensive eligibility assessments.

NZ Lifestyle

What's NZ like?

We could tell you a lot about life in New Zealand – it’s a great place to live; however that would take up a website of its own. In our experience, there are four key things that people need to know about when making the move to New Zealand: employment, cost of living, education & health. Read on for an overview about these need-to-know topics.

Latest post from New Zealand


Summer, Christmas, Dubai & Doha

Published Dec. 16, 2016, 12:58 p.m.

As 2016 draws to a close, New Zealand’s summer buzz begins to permeate our little country; families at the beach, the smell of sunblock and BBQs, sticky, glowing seawater skin, Mojitos, ice lollies, watermelons and cherries all making summer impossible to miss. It’s a great refresher to what was an ...

Summer, Christmas, Dubai & Doha

As 2016 draws to a close, New Zealand’s summer buzz begins to permeate our little country; families at the beach, the smell of sunblock and BBQs, sticky, glowing seawater skin, Mojitos, ice lollies, watermelons and cherries all making summer impossible to miss. It’s a great refresher to what was an ...

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The Year That Was and What May Be

Published Dec. 9, 2016, 4:16 p.m.

As the Prime Minister passes the baton to his long time Deputy and the year starts to draw to a close, it is a good time to take stock of what the economy holds for New Zealand over the next three years. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment forecasts ...

The Year That Was and What May Be

As the Prime Minister passes the baton to his long time Deputy and the year starts to draw to a close, it is a good time to take stock of what the economy holds for New Zealand over the next three years. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment forecasts ...

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New Zealand Now in Top 5 for Wealth

Published Dec. 2, 2016, 3:06 p.m.

I love and detest statistics. They can often tell any story you want. Apparently me and my fellow New Zealanders are now the fifth wealthiest people per adult in the world. Beats being last I guess. I have no doubt New Zealand and New Zealanders are getting wealthier in both ...

New Zealand Now in Top 5 for Wealth

I love and detest statistics. They can often tell any story you want. Apparently me and my fellow New Zealanders are now the fifth wealthiest people per adult in the world. Beats being last I guess. I have no doubt New Zealand and New Zealanders are getting wealthier in both ...

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