Jan
31

February 2011

This month's review is not a review. How can you review a month in which a huge earthquake hit Christchurch on 22 February 2011 devastating a city and claiming many lives while not even counting the economic loss to families and country.

This is more a personal observation.

Support for those who are suffering is more important than everything else. That's where New Zealand shows it real character as the support from all Kiwi's, in the stricken city itself or outside or even internationally, has been just fantastic!

It makes you realise that you live in an awesome country!

This month's review is not a real review. How can you review a month in which a huge earthquake hit Christchurch on 22 February 2011 devastating a city and claiming many lives while not even counting the economic loss to families and country.
Support for those who are suffering is more important than everything else. That's where New Zealand shows it real character as the support from all Kiwi's, in the stricken city itself or outside or even internationally, has been just fantastic!
It makes you realise that you live in an awesome country!

Dec
31

January 2011

Wishing you all a happy, healthy, prosperous and safe New Year!

This month  quite a bag full of interesting things such as;

  • Quakes in Christchurch, Hawkes Bay, Taupo, Rotorua and Pakistan.
  • The floods in Australia where rivers bursted through their banks.
    • What's wrong guys? Is the above a result of humanity not being careful enough resulting in climate changes, or this is normal?
  • A German overstayer in New Zealand has been able to evade the NZ authorities for some twenty years.
    • So systems do work, may be it takes a bit longer ...... ?
  • A new poll has found more than half of the 750 voters questioned, support retaining the current MMP electoral system. A referendum is to be held at this year's general election.
  • Business immigration attracts $400m potential investment.
    • That's why it is called Business Migration I reckon!
  • Christchurch centre stage for the IPC Athletics World Champs
  • Last but not least, state asset sales of SOE's is back on the agenda
    • Truly a hot topic that clearly mark the right and left wing ideologies of NZ's political parties.

Enjoy our news page where the articles as described above are published in more details, c u next month ...

Dec
19

November 2010

Next to the earthquakes, the South Island had to endure another tragedy; the Pike River Mine disaster. This event dominated the newspapers for this month while other highlights were;

 

  • Change in INZ fees
  • Employer responsibilities under the new Immigration Act
  • GST court ruling may have far reaching consequences
  • 10% loss of population to Australia
  • Hospital mistakes costing 127 lives
  • MP Travel perks debate followed by many PWong articles
  • US-NZ relationships
  • National Standards discussions
  • Decrease in unemployment to now 6
  • TradeMe pushes aside Seek in jobs
  • The UK departure tax and tourism
  • Budget shortfall
  • Mining on Maori land
  • House market continue to drop
  • Credit card spending up
  • Aftershocks hit Christchurch
  • Business confidence up
  • Do more online
  • Kiwi fruit disease and PSA financial support
  • Various articles about the Russian free trade agreement
  • Prince William to marry
  • The Beatles on iTunes
  • Labour's new economic direction
  • North v South Korea, does this mean a possible war in the new year?
  • 90 Day Employment bill passed

 

Again an event full month. C U next month ….

Dec
19

December 2010

December, already the last month of the year!! Yep, it has gone quickly and a lot happened in the Immigration industry in this event full year (click here).

Herewith I thank you all for support and trust in me to assist you in your immigration matters. A BIG "Thank You."

Below the highlights for the December month with some links to the related news articles;

Happy reading ... and hopefully see you in the next year! Have a safe and healthy one ...

Dec
19

October 2010

Highlights this month;

  • Submissions requested for the ISSL and LTSSL
  • More powers to Immigration Officials
  • Duty of sponsors under the new Immigration Act increases
  • Face scans trialled
  • Leaks in Government
  • Health ministry jobs to go
  • Economy walking a tightrope
  • NZ Credit rating up
  • House prices continue to slide
  • Quakes again in Christchurch and Hawkes Bay (3.8 scale)
  • Name suppression laws change
  • Is the Legal profession corrupt?
  • Election results
  • Patients turned away in GP crisis, i.e. a doctors shortage
  • Guns in police cars
  • Tourist space ship test flight
  • Freedom for Chilean miners
  • Mary McKillip cannonise
  • Kiwis tenants in own country

More interesting articles again next month, c u …..

Newsflash

05/12/19 - Update BMB

Details on BUSINESS applications as from today:

  • Allocation to a CO within a week
  • Decion time frame between 2 to 3 months
  • EWV applications 20% approval rate
  • Entrepreneur residence 50% approval rate

21/11/19 - Policy update, the NEW way

For more information, please click here

IPT Decisions

The quality of decisions from INZ appear to decrease! Please refer to the Annual Report from the IPT for 2017 where on average 33% of Appeals with the IPT is allowed! A news paper article in 1 NEWS NOW dated 21/02/2019 confirms that four out of every ten appeals against INZ are upheld! That is an increase from 33% to now 40% of appeals being allowed or upheld against INZ!

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