Category: Immigration

Calving phenomenon an experience of a lifetime for Jetlou Cezar

When Jetlou Cezar came out from The Philippines to establish a career in New Zealand’s agriculture industry, he didn’t expect to witness a calving phenomenon that is rarer than winning Lotto.

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Press release: Immigration expert commends Horticulture Industry help through working holiday scheme

Seeks comparable action for calving 2021 to help farmers with critical labour shortage

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Immigration within the Borders

Immigration expert to discuss the impact of immigration policy on New Zealand’s agricultural labour force

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Immigration NZ changes: what they mean for you

Immigration New Zealand recently announced changes to temporary work visas.

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Successful stand against the stand down sees change to temporary work visas

Immigration New Zealand has announced changes to temporary work visas – a direct result of The Regions’ stand against the stand down petition.

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Mandatory accreditation – a positive step but at what cost?

We’re getting used to hearing about immigration in the news these days, but here at The Regions we don’t believe that’s a bad thing.

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Opening the door on policy change

At The Regions we have opened the door on policy change and submitted our summary as part of the open public and stakeholder consultation process against the proposed stand down policy. You have until Monday 18 March to do the same!  NZ Residence being accessible, Stand down to be repealed, 36 month visas more accessible and family reunification a reality!

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