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Immigrating to Auckland, New Zealand?
The Auckland Jewish Immigration (AJI) is a volunteer immigration
organisation working under the auspices of the Auckland Hebrew
We offer full information on immigration procedures
and free advice on:
- Business and jobs
All these free services are available to you in one hit
by contacting us.
The Auckland Jewish Immigration is the only officially sanctioned
website representing the Auckland Hebrew Congregation. If
you want to tap into the heart of New Zealand's biggest Jewish
congregation click here.
Who are the Auckland Jewish Immigration?
The AJI is a voluntary organization and our services are
free. One of its key objectives is to welcome, settle and
help integrate newly arrived families not only into the congregation
but also into the broader community irrespective of affiliation.
The only condition is that you become a member of the basic
associations that are fundamental and essential to our community's
One of the purposes of the AJI is to bolster the numbers
of members to strengthen and enrich the future of the AHC
(Auckland Hebrew Congregation). If you qualify and are prepared
to join our congregation as a member of the AHC, we will do
all we can to smooth the way for you to be able to immigrate.
The AHC has been established in Auckland for over 150 years.
It is a warm, caring, closely knit congregation with a wide
range of organizations and activities, and would welcome potential
new members as part of its extended congregational family.
For more information and to see whether you qualify, please
go to the Requirements web
Auckland - your city
A vibrant South Pacific city of 1,400,000 people, perched
within glistening harbours, surrounded by lush forests and
subtropical islands. Auckland, City of Sails, offers an incomparable
lifestyle, unique within New Zealand and the world. More
You can save up to $10,000 NZ dollars, and sometimes more,
with our AJI free partnership immigration service
$10,000 fee is the going rate if you engage an Immigration
consultant to process the work for you. With the AJI Partnership
it’s free - no hidden costs – all you pay is fees to
the Immigration Department.
Once the AJI has established your qualifications/work experience
and other immigration related requirements, we will tell you
if, under normal circumstances, you should go ahead with your
applications to immigrate.
From then on, if you go ahead, we will guide you at your
own speed step by step through the process. It is a partnership
that should lead to a successful settlement outcome.
300 families have settled in New Zealand through the AJI
Assistance with Jewish Students to Auckland
Are you a Jewish student living outside New
Zealand? Have you considered studying in Auckland, a vibrant
South Pacific city of 1,400,000 people? More
NZ No 5 on world prosperity list
31 October 2013
New Zealand has been rated the fifth most prosperous nation
to live in, according to an international report.
The 2013 Legatum Prosperity Index ranks 142 nations on their
"wealth and wellbeing" in eight categories, including
health, education, safety and security, and economy.
New Zealand scored in the top 20 for all categories, coming
out fifth overall.
The Legatum Prosperity Index is published by the London-based
Legatum Institute, which provides research on different economic
and social issues around the world.
Building consents hit record high
31 October 2013
Latest building consent data showed new records set for the
national value of house building. Statistics NZ figures for
September showed the sector running red hot.
"The total value of all building work consented in New
Zealand in the September 2013 quarter was $3.2 billion: $2.1
billion of residential building work (the highest ever value)
and $1.1 billion of non-residential building work," Statistics
The seasonally adjusted number of new dwellings, excluding
apartments, rose 2.6 per cent in September.
Auckland hits the top 10 in world best-cities list
29 October 2013
Auckland was praised for its newly revitalised waterfront
districts such as the Wynyard.
Auckland has been rated one of the world's top 10 cities
to visit by travel bible Lonely Planet.
The city, which attracts 1.8 million foreign visitors a year,
sits alongside iconic places including Paris, Zurich, Shanghai
and Vancouver in the ninth annual Best in Travel guide, published
today. The book highlights the best trends, destinations,
journeys and experiences for the upcoming year.
Auckland was praised for its newly revitalised waterfront
districts such as the Wynyard Quarter, and shopping and dining
precincts such as the City Works Depot and Britomart.
Also singled out are black-sand beaches on the west coast,
the Waitakere Ranges, Rangitoto Island, Waiheke Island, the
77km Hillary Trail, the SkyWalk atop Auckland's Sky Tower
and the refurbished Auckland Art Gallery.
The Top 10 Cities were independently nominated by more than
500 authors and staff of Lonely Planet, the largest travel
guide book publisher in the world.
The entry is written by Brett Atkinson, who is based in Auckland
but has visited more than 70 countries and had stories published
on more than 45. He has written several Lonely Planet country
guides, including for Sri Lanka, Thailand and Tasmania.
Singled out are black-sand beaches
on the west coast of Auckland
Auckland marketing expert Graham McGregor said such an award
from a brand such as Lonely Planet would do wonders for tourism.
"Any time somebody who's not you says you're good, that's
much better than you saying you're good. You have someone
... endorsing you, saying you're the tenth best city in the
world to travel to; that's a great feather in the cap and
the council should definitely use that in their marketing."
The book labels restaurants Ortolana, Cafe Hanoi and Mexico
Food & Liquor as trendsetters, while Al Brown's Depot
Eatery & Oyster Bar is a "true Auckland experience".
"It's a nice thing to hear. I think Auckland is becoming
a far more tourist-orientated city and people are seeing Auckland
as a destination in its own right as opposed to a gateway
to the wider New Zealand areas."
The Mayor of Auckland, Len Brown, said the accolade for the
city was well deserved. "The work we are doing to make
Auckland a fabulous place to live and visit is paying off
and putting Auckland on the map."
Brett O'Riley, chief executive of Auckland Tourism, Events
and Economic Development (Ateed), said the recognition added
weight to the city's marketing efforts to attract domestic
and international visitors. Ateed aims to double the contribution
from the visitor economy to $6 billion by 2021.
To coincide with the Lonely Planet accolade, Ateed posted
a YouTube clip featuring comments from proud Aucklanders,
including Simon Gault, Carol Hirschfeld, Kerre McIvor, Sir
John Kirwan and Jeremy Corbett.
Lonely Planet's Asia Pacific sales and marketing director,
Chris Zeiher, said Auckland's inclusion in the list was a
testament to the sustained reinvention of the harbour side
It follows several other destination accolades in the past
year, including Lonely Planet's current New Zealand guide
labelling the Hauraki Gulf and its islands and the city the
top two New Zealand experiences.
Overseas students working conditions liberalised
The changes will take effect from January 2014 and were announced
by Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven
Joyce and Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse.
Changes will allow more English language students studying
at high-quality providers to work part-time. The changes provide
full-time work rights during all scheduled holidays to international
students Those who take a course of one academic year or more,
are given unlimited work rights to international PhD and Masters
by research students.
Immigration New Zealand will also be trialling an industry
partnership initiative with education providers. Providers
that are part of the initiative will be able to offer streamlined
and prioritised visa processing, and in return will be accountable
for the immigration outcomes of their international students.
'Awesome' Alice not boring at all
Named after Alice in Wonderland, Alice is the 10th biggest
machine of its kind in the world; weighing in at 4000 tonnes
it's also the largest ever used in the Southern Hemisphere.
Its job is to bore twin tunnels as deep as 45m beneath the
surface, to pass below the hard-rock legacy of the region's
Alice is due to begin her two-year underground journey from
Owairaka to Waterview and back to construct the 2.4km twin
tunnels, each of which will carry three lanes of traffic.
The machine has been assembled in the southern end of the
tunnels which are being built to connect Auckland's south
western and north western motorways. This will complete a
47km link between Manukau and Albany called the Western Ring
Yesterday was the only opportunity for the public to see
Alice before it starts being used for work on the $1.4 billion
project later this month.
Pure SEO takes out business award
10 October 2013
AJI committee member Richard Conway’s Pure SEO has not only
claimed the supreme title, but has also been named the Most
Outstanding Transitional Business and a finalist in the Most
Outstanding Triumph over Adversity and Most Community-Minded
Business categories in the David Awards 2013. In 2011, they
won the Most Outstanding Fledgling Business category.
Speaking on behalf of the judges, Glenn Baker commented,
“We were a little dubious about Pure SEO last time they entered.
We suspected they were too under-staffed, perhaps too under-funded,
and too green to make an impact in the highly competitive
SEO sector. We wondered if they would turn a decent profit,
let alone a market splash. Well, we clearly under-estimated
the tenacity and commitment of Richard and his team. Pure
SEO is indeed a terrific business with some great results
under its belt and a promising future ahead. Pure SEO was
outstanding in the Transitional category and a deserving winner.”
Founder of The David Awards, Heather Douglas, says, “The
intention of The David Awards is to recognise ordinary, small,
home or micro businesses, which often fly beneath the national
radar but are doing extraordinary things.
"These are the grassroots businesses which form the
basis of our economy. This is where better-known brands and
export businesses are spawned, These are the businesses which
contribute to their communities and help make New Zealand
what it is. Yet, they are often overlooked and ignored. The
David Awards: heroes in small business aims to recognise our
entrepreneurial Davids for what they are – the real heroes
in small business in this country. It’s extremely rewarding
to see a business which has previously won one of the smaller
categories growing to the point where it’s now taking out
the top spot.”
High migrant satisfaction with licensed immigration advisers
Immigration Advisers Authority 1 October 2013
Four out of five migrants said they would recommend their
licensed immigration adviser to family and friends, according
to an independent survey.
Results showed that 82% of migrants were very satisfied or
satisfied with their licensed immigration adviser. The top
three reasons for satisfaction were:
- good, helpful service
- professionalism and honesty
- a fast service.
More than eight out of ten migrants agreed that as a result
of using a licensed adviser:
- I had a better chance of having a successful visa application
- I feel my interests as a consumer were protected (86%)
- my impression of New Zealand as a migration destination
was positive (88%).
The migrant survey is carried out by Premium Research on
behalf of the Immigration Advisers Authority.
Registrar of Immigration Advisers, Barry Smedts, was delighted
but not surprised.
He said: "Licensed immigration advisers do great work
for their clients and the country. They help migrants see
the opportunities New Zealand has to offer, bring families
together and help drive our economy. These survey results
are testament to that work and they deserve to be recognised."
High Holiday Highlights at Kadimah Jewish School
It has been a magical time for our treasured Jewish children
at Kadimah over these high holidays. My son at pre-school
adored being awoken from his afternoon slumber to the sound
of the shofar. "Mummy, I love Isak (Rabbi's eldest son)
because he wakes us up from nap time everyday with the shofar."
A few days ago, he had a dream in his bed and when he awoke
he said "Where is Isak? I heard the shofar when I woke
up!" So thank you Isak, my son now has the sound of the
shofar resonating within his dreams...
This morning my eldest son (6 years old) at Kadimah sung
the Ashrei psalm, in perfect Hebrew...the beautiful melody
is so captivating, I put down my coffee and closed my eyes.
Infuse the children in tefila with the Rabbi every morning
and reap the precious dividends...
Jemma Alizade, AJI
You are never too old to learn
People who are thinking about moving to Auckland, or who
have already arrived here, might like to consider enrolling
in tertiary level study. People of all ages become students.
As the Rabbi Akiva Yeshiva in Jerusalem emphasizes, a Jew
is never too old to learn. The Vilna Gaon explains why. Our
three souls rule respectively over each third of our lives.
Of these souls - the animal soul, the rational soul and the
G-dly soul - the last two drive us to study in the middle
and even older years of our lives.
Where can people study? New Zealand's leading university
is the University of Auckland, which is among the world's
best. In the latest QS World rankings of universities by subject,
it is in the top 20 universities in Accounting and Finance
and ranks 21-30 in Psychology, Education, Law and Linguistics.
For further information, contact: Stephen Buetow (Associate
Professor, University of Auckland) email@example.com.
The new Sponsorship category of parents does work
A big thank you from a delighted AJI assisted family
"Just wanted to say thank you for your assistance
with some of my queries regarding my parents immigration.
They have now received an invitation to come to NZ and hopefully
will get here within the next 12 months."
Sponsor minded families that can meet the considerable requirements
of tier one of the relatively new Parent sponsorship category,
could look forward to a probable successful outcome.
The family that the AJI assisted did their homework of the
requirements with meticulous and methodical planning to meet
all the conditions.
If there is a family that is considering sponsoring their
parents they should first contact the AJI. We will send you
a print out of the process and then if you meet the requirements,
we will refer you on to the successful family. They have indicated
that they are only too happy to share their experiences.
Introducing Immigration New Zealand's new technology platform,
the Immigration Global Management System (IGMS)
Once IGMS is fully rolled out in 2015, the entire visa process
will be done online, from initial application to final decision.
Applicants, and people acting on their behalf, will be able
to complete the relevant forms, upload photos and documents
to their personal immigration account, pay their application
fee and ask their immigration officer questions - all online.
The changeover from manual to online visa applications will
start in late 2013.
The new system will be centred on clients instead of applications.
It will lead to visa services being delivered quicker and
- greater ease of access.
- more consistent decision making.
- improved fraud and compliance detection.
- better information sharing for Immigration New Zealand
partner organisations, including immigration advisers.
A portal will be created allowing to:
- view their applications.
- view the intending migrant's application details.
- generate reports.
- check the eligibility for various visa types.
The first IGMS "product," an online eligibility
calculator, will be rolled out July. This enhanced version
of the existing VisaOptions questionnaire will advise people
what visas they are eligible for and link them to relevant
information and forms.
Starting now with students and some temporary workers, they
will be able to submit their visa applications online.
Mid-2014 will see full student visa processing online through
to final decision.
Confidence rises to 14-year high amid broad expansion -
Spring boost for business confidence
New Zealand business confidence rose to its highest in more
than 14 years in July amid signs of a broader economic expansion.
A net 52.8 percent of firms surveyed expect general business
conditions to improve in the year ahead, up from 50.1 percent
in June and the highest level since April 1999, according
to the ANZ Business Outlook.
Firms seeing a pickup in their own business activity in the
year ahead eased to a net 43.7 percent, from a three-year
high of 45 percent in June.
Sentiment remains highest in the construction sector, recording
the second-highest level of optimism for the sector in 3.5
years, even as it eased to a net 67.9 percent from a net 73.4
percent last month.
"We can see signs of clustering across sectors, that
is, less divergence between strong and weaker sectors,"
ANZ New Zealand chief economist Cameron Bagrie says in a statement.
"That's a good sign the expansion may be broadening."
Improved business confidence combined with upbeat consumer
confidence pointed to the potential for 3.9 percent growth
by the end of the year. Although the economy does not have
the capacity to grow that fast sustainably, there is no doubting
it has "a better feel under the bonnet", Mr Bagrie
Construction firms are expecting their golden run to continue
with expectations for housing and non-residential construction
work at four year highs, ANZ says. That is being driven by
rebuilding following the Christchurch earthquakes, housing
shortages, seismic strengthening and core infrastructure.
Capacity utilisation in the construction sector is the highest
across all sectors and is already higher than the typical
level that prevailed during the mid-2000s housing boom, the
Inflation expectations were unanimously higher in July, with
overall inflation expectations lifted to 2.4 percent, led
by a 2.6 percent rise expected in the construction sector.
That suggests we are at a turning point, with a net 30 percent
of respondents expecting to raise their prices over the next
The survey showed profit expectations increased to a 14-year
high, led by the service sector. Investment intentions weakened
from last month's 10-year high but remains at the second-highest
level in eight years. Employment expectations also slipped,
but held at the second-highest level in three years. Export
intentions continued to recover.
Helping boost sentiment is higher house prices, low interest
rates, high dairy prices, rising net migration, the rebuilding
of Christchurch and a reasonably stable global backdrop, ANZ
Business tourism set for major growth
An architect's impression of the
SkyCity Convention Centre.
Mr Trotter from CINZ (Consultations and Incentives New Zealand)
says the Business Tourist Industry must get ready for a major
Auckland's new SkyCity International Convention Centre will
be capable of handling 3000 delegates.
Mr Trotter says the lead time for planning major conferences
is three to seven years.
All going well the Auckland SkyCity convention centre project
will begin construction mid 2014.
Business delegates spend any-where between three to five
times more than the normal international visitor.
A welcome boost for the industry came from the announcement
of an international education conference will be held in Auckland
in two years time.
Auckland aims to double the contribution from overall visitor
economy from $3.33 billion in 2010 to $6 billion in 2021
Where will the jobs be this financial year?
3 July 2013
Almost one in two (46 per cent) New Zealand employers expects
permanent staff levels to increase this coming year, according
to the 2013 Hays Salary Guide.
As stated in the Guide, 49 per cent expect permanent staff
levels to stay the same in 2013-14. 46 per cent expect permanent
staff levels to increase, while 5 per cent say they will decrease.
Jason Walker, Managing Director of Hays in New Zealand, says
these job hires will not be isolated to one or two key sectors.
"These findings show that many businesses in New Zealand
are cautiously optimistic about the year ahead and are making
strategic hires into roles that will offer long-term benefits
to the organisation," he says.
IT and sales and marketing skills, it is not the only factor
leading to a need to recruit.
"Demand for construction, engineering and architectural
professionals is also being driven by residential construction
work elsewhere and new commercial and seismic strengthening
work in Auckland.
IT professionals are needed to work on Ultra Fast Broadband,
e-mobile developments and ERP projects.
"Auckland is seeing increased numbers of permanent roles
for accountancy and finance professionals.
"Skills shortages in procurement also continue across
a number of sectors including manufacturing, insurance, IT
"In the trades skills arena the energy sector has seen
a spike in demand for qualified people to service an aging
network. "The keys to attracting these high potential
candidates still lies with finding them, engaging with them
and making sure that they see the right opportunities at the
right time," he said.
Last year, only 44 per cent of New Zealand employers saw
the outlook for the economy as strengthening. In comparison,
this year 61 per cent say they see a more positive outlook
on the horizon.
The 2013 Hays Salary Guide is available at www.hays.net.nz/salary,
by contacting your local Hays office or by downloading The
Hays Salary Guide 2013 iPhone app from iTunes.
New Zealanders are among the most racially tolerant
The latest results of a global survey initiative, described
in Wikipedia as "the only source of empirical data on
attitudes covering a majority of the world's population"
indicate that New Zealand are among the most tolerant societies
in the world.
The result comes from a survey question that asked what kinds
of people the respondents would refuse to live next to, and
included the option "people of a different race"
as an answer.
Fewer than 5 per cent of surveyed New Zealanders chose this
For more information and comments on the survey, visit the
Washington Post online.
Intend living in Auckland, let your spirit soar
you intend immigrating and plan to live in Auckland you will
be affected by the Auckland Plan - the first comprehensive
planning document for the greater Auckland area. Auckland
Council is the largest council in Australasia, with a $3 billion
annual budget and around 8000 staff.
The Auckland Plan is arguably the most important milestone
in the city's development since the amalgamation of the Auckland
Council on November 1, 2010, which combined the functions
of the previous regional council and seven previous city and
The plan sets out a visionary document intended to set the
direction of the region for the next 30 years.
The full plan is available from the Auckland Council website.
Migrants feel they belong
Early information from New Zealand's 2013 census shows that
the majority of migrants to New Zealand feel they belong to
this country. Eighty-six per cent of those migrants who have
been here more than 12 years say they belong either 'strongly'
or 'very strongly', and 64 per cent of those who have been
in the country 12 years or less say the same thing. Statistics
New Zealand also says the proportion of long-term migrants
who voted during the 2008 general election was higher than
that of any other group, including New Zealand-born people.
Information is available from the New Zealand General Social
Survey 2010 NZ.Stat tables page at http://tiny.cc/lsbxxw.
Outstanding summer produces best wine vintage yet
June 12, 2013
Winemakers say the long hot summer has produced one of the
country's best vintages yet.Grape harvesting has just been
completed and the crop is up 28% on 2012 at 345,000 tonnes.
New Zealand Winegrowers chief executive Philip Gregan says
the outstanding summer provided near perfect conditions for
growing grapes nationwide.
"The result is that we expect the 2013 wines to be vibrant,
fruit driven and complex expressions of our diverse grape
growing regions," Mr Gregan says in a statement.
The small 2012 grape crop left the industry unable to meet
continuing strong consumer demand in established and new markets.
"Winemakers will welcome the more normal 2013 harvest
as the better balanced supply will facilitate renewed export
growth in the year ahead," he says.
Of the key varieties, sauvignon blanc produced the biggest
crop with 228,781 tonnes, up 26% on last year, followed by
pinot noir with 23, 285 tonnes, up 36% on last year.
Marlborough produced the biggest crop, with 251,680 tonnes
harvested, up 33% on the last year. There is already been
a record number of wine shipments made in May.
New Zealand wine is exported to more than 90 countries and
annual wine exports are valued at $1.2 billion.
Vibrant Auckland a must see - NY Times
Glowing write-up lauds city for bubbling night-life and
great local products that have nothing to do with orcs.
A New York Times write-up has lauded Auckland
as a must-see travel destination for its vibrancy and home
grown products - that have nothing to do with The Lord
of the Rings.
Journalist Ingrid K. Williams spent 36 hours in the city
and penned an article about the experience for the broadsheet
that has a daily circulation of 1.5 million-plus and an online
audience of more than 30 million unique monthly visitors.
"This multicultural city, home to a third of all Kiwis,
has recently welcomed a raft of bars, boutiques and restaurants
that highlight locally made products, from excellent craft
beer and wine to fashion and art. And none of it has anything
to do with orcs or rings," she wrote.
Williams gushed about the 12 stops on her weekend adventure,
including the "exquisite" Maori culture displays
at Auckland Art Gallery and Auckland War Memorial Museum,
Britomart's "bubbling night-life hub" and the "bountiful
natural beauty" of Waiheke Island.
Details of her weekend itinerary ran alongside a photo gallery
featuring the Auckland skyline and view from Mt Eden, her
favourite shops, cafes and exhibitions and Waiheke's vineyard
The glowing review of "the San Francisco-steep streets
and regenerated neighbourhoods of newly vibrant Auckland"
have not gone unnoticed by city ambassadors.
The tourism manager at Auckland Tourism Events and Economic
Development, Jason Hill, said it showed visitors Auckland
was a world-class destination beyond the country's typically
heralded Middle Earth scenery and adventure tourism.
"It shows that Auckland has really come of age as a
sophisticated and truly international city."
Online Visa Options Check - it's live!
The new and improved online Visa Options Check is now live
on the Immigration New Zealand website. This is the first
"product" of IGMS (the Immigration Global Management
System, or Immigration ONLINE).
Visa Options Check
Check if you are eligible for a New Zealand visa. The results
show the visas you may be eligible for, but you need to apply
to Immigration New Zealand for approval. There is NO guarantee
your application will be approved. Start by choosing from
the options below:
Visit - Visit New Zealand for a short period.
- Visit family or friends
- Working holiday
- Business visitor
Study - Study in New Zealand.
- Learn English
- Attend a primary or secondary school
- Attend a university or polytechnic
Work - Work in New Zealand temporarily or permanently.
- Skilled work
- Working holiday
- Work after study
- Start or buy a business
- Join a partner
Live - Live in New Zealand permanently.
- Work in skilled employment
- Invest in New Zealand
- Start or buy a business
- Join a partner or family member
The new Visa Options Check is easier for users to navigate
and will provide better information tailored to the specific
circumstances on the range of visa options available.
Users start by choosing one of four simple options: Visit,
Study, Work or Live. From there navigation is simple and straightforward.
More news »
New Zealand Immigration Advisers Licence
Stanley Ishia Rose
Adviser no. 200901789
The Auckland Jewish Immigration chairman Stan Rose has been
granted a licence to operate as a New Zealand Immigration
Adviser (Adviser number 200901789). Whilst the Registration
has to be issued to a specific person and not an organisation,
never the less it consolidates the AJI as the premier Jewish
Immigration organisation in New Zealand. Click
here to view the certificate.
Migrants seeking immigration advice need to be aware that
it is now illegal for anyone in New Zealand to provide this
advice without a licence from the Immigration Advisers Authority,
unless they are exempt from the licensing requirements. People
who are exempt from licensing include Citizens Advice Bureaux
staff and volunteers, Community Law Centre staff and volunteers,
Members of Parliament and their staff, practising lawyers
and Immigration New Zealand staff. Migrants seeking advice
from licensed immigration advisers should look out for the
special trademark (pictured), which only licensed advisers
Finding Your First Job
An AJI 65 page booklet written by Stan Rose is now posted
on to the internet. The booklet is in Manual reference form
based on assisting an arriving immigrant endeavouring to secure
their first job.
The booklet is exclusive to AJI assisted migrants who will
require a password to access the site. This site is only available
by application to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the enquirer's personal
AJI file number.
If you wish to receive the outstanding AJI
quarterly newsletter and are not on our database to receive
it, please CLICK
HERE and supply your full name and email address.
You can cancel at any time and your details will remain confidential.
The AJI is a unique exclusive Jewish Immigration Advisory
You want to immigrate but how do you get started? There are
two main considerations -
- Engage a registered Immigration Consultant - Cost anything
up to $12,000 nz
- Negotiate the immigration process yourself
If it is to be item 2-then contact us how our free partnership
Immigration and Settlement service works.
This step by step immigration service will be dependant for
a successful outcome for you to carry out our advice through
the Immigration process.
We will also be totally honest with you if you are unlikely
to have your Immigration application accepted.
Stan admitted to the NZAMI
Stan Rose representing the AJI as of the 16 June became a
full member of the all important NZAMI (New Zealand Association
for Migrant and Investment). As with the Adviser application
and appointment this membership requested
a waver of fees and/or subscriptions as a Not-For Profit organisation.
What was particularly pleasing signed by Robert Liang Chair
of the Membership committee and Director of the Board of NZAMI
as a non Jewish organisation were his comments :
“We acknowledge your effort to help the community voluntarily
while AJI being a non profit organisation.”
The NZAMI is a powerful and influential organisation in the
world of New Zealand Immigration working continuously with
the Government on all Immigration issues. It will also open
the door to a great deal of relative updated information,
seminars with lead speakers and an opportunity to meet many
Professional Immigration Consultants on a personal footing.
Commitments and responsibilities
as a licensed adviser under the auspices of the Immigration
Complaints procedure - Any
enquirer who wished to register a complaint has on request
the right to a copy of the complaints procedures as
required under the Advisers Authority. These complaints
must be strictly connected with advice with regard to
immigration procedures. The complainant will of course
be free to refer the matter for consideration under
section 9 of the code of conduct to The Registrar, Advisers
Authority, PO Box 6222, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141,
New Zealand. Email: email@example.com, Phone: +64 9 925
Code of conduct
As an appointed immigration adviser the AJI is bound
by a detailed code of conduct document which commits
the adviser to a moral code of ethics that they must
strictly adhere to. The code of conduct can be viewed
If any enquirer feels that they would like to request
any part of that code of conduct which may be of concern
to them they can on request receive a copy of the relative
section of the code of conduct documentation.
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I first arrived and for all of the people you connected
me with. After meeting more and more people in the community,
I have started to get involved in the Auckland University
Jewish Association and I am currently organizing a sporting
day." Eyal K
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