Remove the stress
from the immigration process
Our experienced Licensed Immigration Advisers will remove the stress, whilst maximizing your chances of a successful outcome.
At Hawke's Bay Immigration, our Licensed Immigration Advisers specialize in a wide range of New Zealand visa applications to Immigration New Zealand, responsible for controlling immigration. Our expert New Zealand Licensed Immigration Advisers can provide advice, practical assistance and professional representation to guide you through the application and decision-making process from start to finish.
You may be a foreign national planning to work, study or settle in New Zealand, or you may already be here looking for further visa extensions, or you may be a New Zealander hoping for a foreign partner or family members to join you. Regardless, taking advantage of the expertise offered by Hawke's Bay Immigration will eliminate stress, whilst maximizing your chances of a successful outcome, with any New Zealand visa application or appeal.
Our fully Licensed Immigration Adviser is qualified and expert in handling all aspects of your immigration matters
Only $150 for Preliminary Assessment
No Hidden Charges
Clear and easy to understand service contract
Our team is dedicated to your successful New Zealand Visa application and we make this commitment to all our clients:
Our initial visa assessment means we select the right visa for you
Out team will guide you through the evidence and paperwork needed for your application
We will fully complete your application form and collate all necessary documentation
We will submit your application, documentation and evidence on time and on your behalf
We will liaise with Immigration New Zealand regularly to check that your application is progressing
We make our team available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Section 61 Requests
NZQA International Qualification Assessments
Complaints to the Ombudsman
Requests to the Minister of Immigration for a special direction
Prabhjot came to us when her work visa was due to expire in next few days. She was confused about her...
Taran contacted us after he received a letter of concerns from Immigration New Zealand