Take all the uncertainty, risks, stress and confusion out of your move to New Zealand

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Would you go on a long, difficult and important road trip without a map? Of course you wouldn't because the cost of failure is too great.

Yet people everywhere and every day do go without a map - when they move to New Zealand.

Why not have a detailed and accurate New Zealand immigration map? A map that shows you the way from start to finish. A map that tells you what you should do and when.

A map that lets you know where there is danger as well as opportunity. A map that provides a solution to every New Zealand immigration problem.

"How to arrive and thrive in New Zealand" is this map.

"How to arrive and thrive in New Zealand" equips you 100% with the knowledge and skills you need to emigrate to and successfully settle in any part of New Zealand...guaranteed.

This guide combines the immigration knowledge and experience of people like you from around the world who have successfully settled in New Zealand. This guide is their immigration and settling secrets, tips and techniques compiled into a single source - and kept constantly up-to-date. These are the very private keys to their success.

New Zealand immigration is a complicated and expensive process compared to most countries. Armed with this guide you will find that there is very little need for expensive immigration lawyers, consultants or agents. The truth is that all the forms required are in the public domain and the New Zealand immigration authorities are surprisingly helpful, as long as you know what you are doing.

Without this guide the entire process will seem difficult and intimidating. Problems will abound and mistakes that are easily made will cost you in time and money. Once you're in New Zealand your problems change to the challenges of settling in and achieving the things you're hoping for.

Securing the correct visa is seen by many as being the Holy Grail in the process. This is true for the early phase of immigration, but it's what happens once you've cleared immigration control that matters most in the long run. Visas are thoroughly explained in the guide, although in the bigger scheme of things the visa is the easy part.

This guide provides you with not only the answer you need today, but also with the answers you'll need tomorrow and the days thereafter. The real nitty-gritty of emigrating to and succeeding in New Zealand is only to be found here - so now you can relax, your search is over.

Please note: This guide only contains legal, ethical, above-board information. If you're looking to "beat the system" by cheating your way through it, then you won't find that kind of help in this guide. This is an honest product for honest people. Please only read on if you're intending coming to New Zealand on a legal basis.

Why do people find New Zealand such an attractive destination?

- social reasons: it's a multi-cultural society, tolerant of all lifestyles, has low rates of crime and is a mature democracy.

- employment factors: low unemployment rate (under 4%), First World workplace conditions.

- economic criteria: large stable and growing economy, a strong currency, low inflation.

- climate: a variety of climate zones so everyone has somewhere they like

- lifestyle wants: cultural and historical activities and sites galore; outdoors lifestyle that offers loads for everyone.

- education needs: sophisticated world-leading education facilities across the education spectrum; world-class universities

- healthcare criteria: world-class sophisticated healthcare system available.

- welfare: a welfare system to help you out if one of life's disasters befalls you.

- Australia: A New Zealand passport allows you to move to Australia with little effort

Do you want to know the answers to the following important questions (plus many more)?

  • ...Which New Zealand visa do I qualify for?

  • ...How does the visa system work and what will it require from me?

  • ...Is there a visa that suits my needs?

  • ...What's the best way to organise myself before leaving for New Zealand?

  • ...What are the things I can do now before leaving home to make things easier for yourself?

  • ...How do I bring my favourite pet with me? Is a quarantine required?

  • ...I don't know anyone in the New Zealand. Where can I stay? How much does it cost?

  • ...How do I go about finding a job? How can I gauge my job prospects?

  • ...What do I have to register for by law after I arrive in New Zealand?

  • ...Is healthcare really free? Even for foreigners?

  • ...Can I study in New Zealand and work at the same time?

  • ...Where can I afford to live?

  • ...Can I exchange my old driver's licence for a new New Zealand one?

  • ...Where can I send my kids to school?

  • ...What is the true cost of living? What do things cost?

  • ...Can I start a business in New Zealand and therefore get to settle there?

  • ...and many, many such questions answered.

What does this practical and easy-to-use guide contain?

"How to arrive and thrive in New Zealand" wil allay your fears, provide essential information, suggest time- and money-saving tactics and reduce your stress. By the time you've finished reading this guide you will have mastered all the facets of New Zealand immigration and to set yourself up for a successful relocation experience.

Amongst other things, it will get you established much more quickly because it lets you know:

  • about which visa or work permit is suitable for your needs

  • what you need to do to secure a visa or work permit for New Zealand

  • what steps you can take to speed up your application processing time

  • what a sample 'offer of employment' letter looks like and the 12 things it has to have

  • what you can and need to do before emigrating or relocating

  • what to expect when you arrive at your first point of entry into New Zealand

  • what New Zealand government agencies you have to deal with

  • how to go about opening a bank account

  • how to find yourself suitable accommodation

  • what property purchases by immigrants require government approval

  • how to understand the modern New Zealand English language

  • what things cost and the real cost of living

  • how the New Zealand labour market operates

  • how to go about finding a job

  • how to definitely get a job in New Zealand (This approach works, but takes several attempts)

  • how employment agencies really work

  • how your kid's education needs can be met

  • What's a 'WOF' and why you need it.

  • what's the difference between 'permanent residence' and 'citizenship' in New Zealand

  • why you want an IRRV and the 5 ways of getting it

  • and hundreds more similar useful practical things

This guide can only to be found here

Most of the content is cold hard facts won at the cost of harsh personal experiences by other people. You will not only get to know about the pitfalls along the way, but also how to deal with them when you encounter them. Why go through the effort and expense of reinventing the wheel?

This guide in no way serves as an advertisement for New Zealand, but rather tells the facts, warts and all.

"How to arrive and thrive in New Zealand" is only available through this website.

All content is derived from official government sources and the experiences of people who have lived through what is being written about. Get your facts from the people who are living the immigration experience and not just talking about it.

You will discover the following crucial information in detail:

  • 8 popular visas classes discussed in detail

  • 1 government agency that you will get to know well (and it's not the taxman)

  • 3 routes to explore if you're struggling for a visa

  • 1 website where you can find your perfect visa and up-to-date visa news

  • 10 truths and tips about the visa application process

  • 7 New Zealand immigration categories

  • 3 ways of legally getting to New Zealand to find an employer who will offer you a job

  • 7 steps involved in submitting an EOI

  • 9 types of documents that have to be included in an EOI submission

  • 29 countries that are classed as 'comparable labour markets' and why this matters

  • 6 types of selection criteria applied to a Skilled Migrant pool selection (and actual results of a selection)

  • 1 little-known visa that allows in thousands of young people from certain countries every year

  • 3 checks that all would-be immigrants to New Zealand must undergo

  • 16 vital things you need to do before leaving with more than 3 months to go

  • 10 important things you'll need to do with 2 months remaining

  • 9 useful things you'll want to do with only a month to go

  • 5 practical things to do with a week remaining

  • 4 accommodation options to consider until you find a permanent home

  • 29 professions that require New Zealand industry body registration

  • 2 informal ways of securing employment that fills half the positions available

  • 3 personal tax bands that you will get to know off by heart

  • 7 types of educational facilities for children

  • 26 countries that New Zealand has double taxation treaties with - to benefit you

  • 24 Kiwi-English terms to know - if you want to avoid embarrassment

  • 7 requirements to gain a New Zealand passport

  • 3 sneaky recruitment agency tricks you have to watch out for

  • 6 useful websites for finding yourself almost any type of job

  • 1 Big Secret of recruitment agencies that improves your job prospects

  • 6 taxes that do not exist in New Zealand

  • 1 Golden rule of driving in New Zealand (and 4 other unique road laws)

  • 1 car insurance tip that will save you hundreds year after year

  • 9 less obvious ways of getting in to New Zealand

  • 100's of other things you didn't know about life in New Zealand, but need to know...

The benefits and results for you are:

  • you will have UP-TO-DATE FACTS

  • you will save TIME

  • you will save MONEY

  • you will be EMPLOYED quicker

  • you will find a new HOME quicker

  • you will endure LESS STRESS in your relocation

  • you will be more CONFIDENT when it matters most

  • you will SOLVE COMMON PROBLEMS and PREVENT crippling mistakes

Is it up-to-date?

The current version - the fifteenth - was updated on the 16th January 2012 and has even more content than the previous version, so everything written about is up-to-date and relevant. The first edition of the guide appeared in September 2006. This new version boasts an eye-popping 206 pages of content.

All content is written in plain, simple English and does not read like a textbook. It's more like a compelling novel you would read indoors on a rainy day.

In the unlikely event of you not immediately finding the answer you're looking for, there are places listed inside the guide which enable you to quickly gain the clarity you need, especially regarding visas. It's a safe, cheap, fast and powerful way of finding out whether you're equipped for the challenge of New Zealand immigration.


With this guide you also get 4 vital weapons in your armoury that you must have before setting out to look for work in New Zealand:

1) An unique and practical guide on how to successfully deal with culture shock - the often overlooked factor that can easily sink your plans and ambitions in your new country. We all buy in to stereotypes and when the reality is shown to be somewhat different, this leads to confusion and anxiety - which is culture shock. This happens to us all (including those accompanying you in this move), but it's how we deal with culture shock that matters. Why not have this handy guide which can minimize the effects of culture shock and keep your plans on track?

2) A Curriculum Vitae (CV) that is in the New Zealand format - which is nothing like a resume. This document is the record of your employment history and has to market you successfully in the highly competitive New Zealand labour market. This format is what is expected by New Zealand's employers, recruitment agents and even immigration officials for certain types of visas. Anything other than this format will not get you the attention that you deserve. A template is included that helps you fill in all the necessary details where they have to appear. You also become privy to a few proven tips that make your CV stand out above your competitors. The value of this template to you is unquantifiable.

3) A complete seperate New Zealand job interview guide of 70 pages crammed fulls of interview tips that will help you to navigate through the unfamiliar waters of New Zealand job interviews. You will have to contend with a culture very different to your own when you're job-hunting in New Zealand. Innocent cultural mistakes can cost you dearly. Don't leave home without it.

4) 'Forget points and passmarks- these are the less obvious ways to get in to New Zealand' - a special report dealing with many other and less obvious ways of securing a visa for New Zealand. One of these could change your life if you don't make the grade in the Skilled Migrant category.

With these 4 unique bonuses you can immeasurably boost your employment and visa prospects in New Zealand. So don't be penny-wise and Pound-foolish. Get all this today - you won't regret it.

PLUS:You are entitled to having a free updated version of the guide at any time in the next year. So you can buy the guide now to help your planning today AND then get a fresh updated version just before you leave for your new life in New Zealand.

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