The Auckland Jewish Immigration (AJI) is
a volunteer immigration organisation working under the auspices
of the Auckland Hebrew Congregation (AHC).
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.
- Negotiate the immigration process yourself.
It may cost you up to $10,000 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 are fees
to the government's Immigration Department.
If you would like to negotiate the process yourself,
then contact us and we will
tell you how our free partnership Immigration and Settlement
This step by step immigration advisory service will guide
you towards a successful outcome through the immigration
Once we have established your qualifications/work experience
and other immigration related requirements, we will tell
you if, under normal circumstances, you should continue
with your application to immigrate.
Hundreds of families have settled in New Zealand through
the AJI partnership.
to the Auckland Jewish Immigration website
The AJI welcomes you to our lovely South Pacific city
Join the hundreds of migrant families originating from
over 56 countries who have enjoyed our support.
Auckland had it's beginnings in the 1850s and had a Jewish
involvement. One of the first arrivals was a trader from
England - young 23 year old David Nathan.
Next year the Auckland Jewish Immigration celebrates
its 20th anniversary. It is ironical that a direct descendant,
also called David Nathan, contacted me in the year 2000.
As chairman of the Auckland Hebrew Congregation (AHC)
David asked me to set up a helpful hand for any incoming
Jews. From this request the AJI was formed.
Although a small part of the population, Jews have been
involved from the beginning in Auckland history. We have
been leaders in commerce, science, health and education
organisations and government ministries. We have provided
five mayors of Auckland and three prime ministers of New
New Zealand is a secure, English speaking peaceful country,
that respects your Jewish faith and culture. A third of
the country's budget is invested in health services and
education to a high level.
If you are planning to immigrate to New Zealand, let
us assist you. Hopefully we'll be able to welcome you
into your new home.
Stan Rose, Founding Chairperson, Auckland Jewish Immigration
in August 2000, the Auckland Jewish Immigration celebrates
it's 19th anniversary
A huge thank you to all our immigrant friends
emanating from 54 countries around the globe.
We look forward to our 20 years celebrations coming up
in August 2020.
Below are some new immigration offers.
contained cottages available to new immigrants for short
Shalom Court is an award winning Aged Care facility located
in the sought after Eastern Suburb of Auckland, home of
many Jewish families and five minutes drive from the Auckland
Jewish Immigration office.
We have one-bedroom self-contained cottages available
to the community, new immigrants and would-be migrantsfor
short term rental (subject to availability). Cottages
are complete with en-suite bathroom, lounge and kitchenette.
For more information click here.
tech star on hiring spree
An Auckland based software company needs to hire 125
staff as it pushes into North America and other markets.
The cloud point-of-sale software maker currently has
around 300 employees. Some 54 of the new hires will be
in New Zealand.
Chief executive says there are now more than 25,000
retailers worldwide who pay to use their product.
One of the company's immediate points of focus is the
North American market, where it has launched strategic
partnerships with ten of the largest payment processors
in North America.
For more information contact
the Auckland Jewish Immigration (AJI).
For more information on Information Technology jobs click
on a new Jewish Auckland community centre
The new Auckland site is located in Remuera, one of Auckland's
historically important more affluent suburbs, close to most
of Auckland's transport infrastructure, and near to many
Jewish families that live in the surrounding suburbs.
The move will replace the current centre in the central
It is proposed that the site be developed to become an
all inclusive Jewish complex with many advantages now
not available, particularly for the Jewish school (Kadima)
with sport grounds and swimming pool.
For more information click here.
News for all Immigrants trying to meet the required English
Pearson PTE Academic (PTE) is an English language global
teaching institution that can be accessed on their website.
Once you have qualified successfully through PTE, you
can expect your English to be approved by Immigration
New Zealand for all student and migration visa applications,
and accepted by all New Zealand universities, institutes
of technology and polytechnics, and by thousands of institutions
worldwide for admission purposes.
PTE utilises state-of-the-art artificial intelligence
(AI) technology to provide the most accurate and objective
test of academic English available.
Students and migrants prefer PTE as it is the most unbiased
proof of a candidate's English skills and quickly returns
their results, with 8 out of 10 test takers receiving
their scores in 2 days.
The AJI welcomes this new organisation because we know
how difficult it can be to reach the required levels of
English to complete their immigration applications.
More information at https://pearsonpte.com
Zealand Immigration direct contacts
Contacting Immigration New Zealand regarding a new visa
application has never been so easy.
You can call the Immigration Contact Centre from 6:00am
Monday to midnight on Saturday (New Zealand Time).
If you have already applied for a visa, ensure you have
your client number, application number and passport number
with you when you call.
You can request urgent assistance from the Immigration
Contact Centre, including requests that may require a
For more information go to the NZ
Immigration contact web page.
2 Resident Visa
Experienced business people who have a minimum of NZ
$3 million in available funds or assets can apply for
New Zealand residence.
Before you can apply, you will need to send New Zealand
Immigration an Expression of Interest telling them about
your business experience and investment.
If your Expression of Interest is successful they will
invite you and your partner and dependent children to
apply for New Zealand residency.
More information at https://www.immigration.govt.nz
Zealand urgently needs your Construction skills
New Zealand needs skilled tradesmen and women to address
a critical shortage of skills in the construction industry.
If you are a carpenter, a plumber or electrician, then
we need your skills!
Jobs are available right across the industry including
project managers, building inspectors, surveyors and engineers.
In addition to residential construction, there are commercial
construction projects including a 54 level tower to be
built in Auckland.