We’re here for any questions
Our expert team know the ins and outs of the recruitment, visa and moving process. They are available to answer any questions you may have so don’t hesitate to get in touch.
We have also listed some of our most commonly asked questions below.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, despite border restrictions, critical health workers are potentially eligible to enter New Zealand provided they meet the criteria required by Immigration New Zeland. We are monitoring this daily so please contact us to discuss your suitability.
This depends on your profession. There are minimum requirements regarding both qualifications and experience to meet both registration and immigration criteria. Our team will be able to talk further with you on this.
This depends on your individual circumstances but we generally say between 3 – 6 months. This includes getting your New Zealand registration, securing you a job and the visa application process. The best thing to do to speed things along is to get job ready. That means starting the registration process and getting your visa eligibility assessment completed. If you are not quite ready to make the move yet but you are interested, we can get the process underway for you without pressure or obligation to proceed until you are ready to take the next step.
We schedule your interviews for you at a time that best suits you and the employer. These are conducted via Zoom, Skype or Facetime.
The registration process varies depending on your profession as there are a number of bodies/councils in NZ. Please find more info here. Our team can also provide you with all of the necessary info you need.
Our team will give you all the help you need with CV formatting and we have a template available to ensure you are presented to employers in the best possible way.
Yes, we need 3 clinical references to support a job application. We will carry our initial reference checks via email with referees supplied with your consent.
Our recruitment services are completely FREE. We will support you in getting prepared, making sure you are job ready, present you to employers and secure you a role in your preferred location. We will advise and support you along the way. Our visa service and applicable Immigration NZ fees will be explained to you in detail by one of our licensed immigration advisers.
On average New Zealand workers are entitled to four weeks annual leave, however, some professions may receive more. There are 11 public holidays throughout the year (otherwise known as bank holidays in the UK).
Our team will listen to your situation, your needs and your desired lifestyle. From here we discuss your options subject to job opportunities and help you make an informed decision on where might suit you best. Alternatively, if you are open to any location, we can explore opportunities nationwide.
You will have a Licensed Immigration Adviser assigned to manage your process from start to finish. They will take care of any additional applications to ensure your spouse and children are able to make journey with you.
We are happy to chat with your partner to discuss their employment options for NZ and potentially assist in securing them a role. Our visa team will manage their visa application alongside yours as the principal applicant.
Yes, our team can recommend some specialist international pet transfer companies when you are ready.
Yes, our team our team can recommend some experienced international recloation companies that can safely move your furniture and possessions to New Zealand.
House prices and rent will vary greatly depending on the location you decide to move to. Our team will be able to guide you on this and offer some useful points of contact.
Our team will happily explain your options. We can introduce you to trusted contacts that can help you with your finances and banking.
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