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Migrating is more than just filling in forms and submitting paperwork; its a complex process that will test even the most resilient of people. Understanding Australia & New Zealand at a grass-roots level is paramount to your immigration survival, and to give you a realistic view of both countries, its people and how we see the world, as well as updates about any current or imminent policy changes, subscribe to our regular blog posts by entering your details below.

Australia Blog: Leader of the Pack

Posted by Myer on July 31, 2020, 1:51 p.m. in USA

New Zealand is seen as a safe haven amongst countries struggling to contain the spread of coronavirus and has reported that more than 250,000 Americans have investigated whether they qualify to move to New Zealand since the outbreak of the coronavirus.

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Southern Man: What is INZ afraid of?

Posted by Iain on July 24, 2020, 1:27 p.m. in Immigration New Zealand

The plot thickens. Just what is going on with the processing of skilled migrant cases?

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Australia Blog: Migrant Targets Confirmed and Hong Kong is Thrown a Bone

Posted by Myer on July 17, 2020, 11:13 a.m. in Hong Kong

It’s been an interesting week as far as immigration policy to Australia is concerned and whilst it is supposed to be a curse in China to wish someone an interesting life, I’d have to say on the balance of probability that the past week could be described as “good interesting” with announcements from the Federal Government on the size of the migration quota for the immigration year commencing 1 July 2020 and special visa arrangements for Hong Kong citizens.

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Southern Man: A Stunning Admission From INZ

Posted by Iain on July 10, 2020, 1:08 p.m. in Immigration New Zealand

Last week I wrote that INZ had all but admitted that within their publicly declared priority criteria to speed up skilled migrant resident visa (points) processing, Teachers and "health workers" were being given priority. That a priority queue existed within the priority queue. Go figure.

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Southern Man: Skilled Migrant Backlog Explained

Posted by Iain on July 3, 2020, 12:29 p.m. in Immigration New Zealand

Never has a queue been the subject of so much speculation and intrigue. Calls are growing louder for the government to front. To tell the truth. Hardly a day goes by without one media (mainstream or social) or another speculating on the cause of the skilled/business stream processing delays and backlogs.

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