New Zealand Immigration Investment Employment & Lifestyle Guide
Imagine waking up to a new life in New Zealand….
Clean, fresh, green, uncrowded and reminiscent of a time when things cost less, the pace of life was slower, and people seemed friendlier to one another. It is more possible than you may think.
Isn’t it time you stopped wondering, wishing and hoping? Wouldn’t you like to find out how it can be done, what to expect along the way, and how best to enjoy what you’ve accomplished? If you’ve ever considered it, this report is for you.
This amazing report will open your eyes.
Dreaming of New Zealand is one thing. Taking the steps to actually live your dream is another. This report will open your eyes to what is possible and how to start making your dreams a reality.
The New Zealand Immigration & Relocation Report draws from thousands of hours of research and first-hand experience. It pulls no punches and tells it like it really is.
An insider’s guide to New Zealand immigration, investment, employment, and lifestyle.
This comprehensive New Zealand immigration, investment, employment, and lifestyle guide explodes the myths and exposes the truth.
Migrants have a different way of looking at things. Their inherent initiative demands shrewd insights and solid information sources to help them hit the ground running. The guide was written by migrants for migrants.
Avoid frustration and spend your time more effectively.
Some say that you can’t learn from the mistakes of others. We beg to differ. The experiences of others can provide essential insights and guidance. This informative report gives you the chance to learn from the experiences of those who have not only been there, but have learned the hard way. Let them teach you.
Your situation is unique.
You have your own reasons for wanting to make New Zealand a part of your life. Perhaps it’s to own property or secure a second home. Perhaps you’d like to establish business or investment interests that could provide not only profit opportunities but also the ability to travel to and from the country on tax-deductible dollars. Maybe you’d like to study the subjects of your choice in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Or maybe you’re simply looking for a whole new life. Whatever your reasons, they’re what make your situation special, and why you need real answers.
Like a friend overseas, guiding you each step of the way.
Like a friend in a distant city, this report can help you find your way through the maze of bureaucratic red tape along with the new social, cultural, economic, academic and commercial alternatives you will be presented with. In addition, you’ll learn how banking, shopping, and just plain everyday living differs from that which you may be used to.
You’ll even learn how to get immigration application approved in only three days! And just as importantly, you’ll learn what to expect and what to be prepared for both before and after you arrive.
Your own address, phone number, and email account.
In addition, you’ll learn where to obtain your own New Zealand mail drop service, voice-mail service, and/or email account. Whether for business or personal use, the convenience and flexibility provided by your own mail drop with its optional forwarding and fax services will pay for itself many times over. Add your own telephone number and voice-mail service along with a “.co.nz” email address and you’ll have all the bases covered!
Your own bank account.
You’ll learn where to set up your own New Zealand bank account. We’ll provide access to the necessary forms and information to get you started and fill you in on the best banks, service and options available.
How to Find the Best Real Estate, Neighbourhoods, and Schools
You’ll be provided with the tools and information necessary to help you find the best real estate, neighbourhoods and schools along with first-hand experience on related aspects of living or investing in the country.
Loaded with Timely Information Worth a King’s Ransom
It is bulging with a wealth of information, resources, links and tips to get you started, and more importantly, to help keep you moving toward your goal.
Here are just some of the topics and sections included in The New Zealand Immigration & Relocation Report: An insider’s guide to New Zealand immigration, investment, employment, and lifestyle –
Why New Zealand?
Permanent, Part-Time or Strategic Immigration
Is Immigration the Answer?
New Zealand’s Six Immigration Categories
The Pros & Cons of Each NZIS Category.
Should You Use an Immigration Consultant or Go It Alone?
How to get your application approved in only 3 days!
What to Bring With You and Key Things to Arrange Before You Arrive
Getting You and Your Stuff to the country
Shipping your household items.
Shipping your pets.
Shipping your self.
Banking and Finance
Bank accounts, service charges and choices.
Housing & Real Estate — Finding the Right Place
Renting a home.
Purchasing a home.
Obtaining Utilities and Related Services
Water, Electricity & Gas.
Internet Service Provider (ISP’s).
New Zealand internet “freebies”.
Rubbish & recycling – a national mania.
Food, Groceries, and the Kiwi Diet
You have a what?… A “coupon”?
A typical trip to the grocery store.
Discount?…What’s a discount?
Product Quality & Return Policies.
What are the reliable brands?
How to get a special discount on new household items.
Checking your prospective car out.
What were they thinking?
When’s the last time you heard of a rush hour that only lasted an hour? On the road again — just watch out for trucks and sheep.
Where service stations still mean “service” stations!
Drive left, think reverse, and don’t forget to laugh.
The golden rule of driving in the country.
Roundabouts – pure and simple.
Beware of bizarre give-way rules.
Speed limits, “road rage” and strange motorway signs.
Can I drive in New Zealand with my existing licence?
Licensing (registering) your car and obtaining a Warranty of Fitness (WOF) certificate.
Be sure to bring a map.
Kiwi Business Signage — Oh my aching head.
Metric conversion for dummies.
Speed cameras and parking for newbies.
Schools and Education System
Three types of primary and secondary schools.
How do I select a school for my child?
Old certificates and exams to give way to new NCEA.
How do public schools compare with those in other countries?
Insurance & Healthcare
Electrical Device and Video Format Compatibility
Kiwi Ads – Earthy, blunt, and a special kind of humour.
TV after 8:30 pm — Watch over your smaller children.
Feature films and the film rating system.
Schedules? We don’t need no stinking schedules!
National & Regional Newspapers.
Magazines & Periodicals
Kiwi Fashion, Society and Social Mores
Fashion & Beauty.
Manners & Personal Space.
The roles of the sexes.
Alcohol & drug use.
Attitudes toward wealth.
Racism, bigotry and the pecking order.
Working in the country
New Zealand Tax System
The legacy of “Rogernomics.”
Personal & business tax rates.
Double Tax Treaties
Conclusion and Final Thoughts
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New Zealand Immigration Investment Employment & Lifestyle Guide