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A large majority of working holiday and accredited employer work visas have been approved.
The government has deferred changes to partner work visas from December until April 2023 to refocus on immediate skill shortages.
The government has allocated up to 2,000 visas per year for parents of skilled migrants resettling in New Zealand.
Working holidaymakers are eyeing up this spring and from autumn 2023 as desirable times to travel to the country, according to a report from Immigration New Zealand.
There have been 30,430 Working Holiday Visas approved since March, with arrivals under the scheme expected to grow in the coming months, says Immigration Minister Michael Wood.
Immigration New Zealand has received more than 103,000 applications involving 209,000 people for the 2021 Resident Visa, and of those, 37,455 have been processed.
Non-exception student applications to be lapsed with fees and levies, including IVL, refunded.
Immigration New Zealand has defended a proposal that could see work visa fees jump by as much as 54%
Families and visitors travelling together to New Zealand can now apply for visas online after the latest upgrade to Immigration ONLINE.
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