Immigration

GQ specialises in immigration, visa solutions and employment. We provide support for immigrants already living in New Zealand or for planned immigration.

Our immigration specialist can assist with residence, work, study and visitor visa applications.

Residence 

  • Business
    • Entrepreneur
    • Investor
  • Family
    • Partnership
    • Parent Retirement
    • Parent
    • Dependent Child
  • Skilled Migrant Category
  • Residence from Work
    • Talent (Accredited Employers)
    • Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports)
    • Long Term Skill Shortage List
  • Residence Class Appeals to the Immigration and Protection Tribunal
  • Permanent Residence through to New Zealand Citizenship

Work 

  • Post-study
  • Partnership
    • Partner of New Zealander
    • Partner of a Worker
    • Partner of a Student
  • Essential Skills
  • Work to Residence
    • Talent (Accredited Employers)
    • Talent (Arts, Culture and Sports)
    • Long Term Skill Shortage List
  • Specific Purpose or Event
  • Variation of Conditions
  • Reconsideration of a Declined Work Visa Request
  • Section 61 Requests

Visitor and Student

  • Visitor:
    • General / Tourist
    • Partner of a Student
    • Partner of a Worker
    • Dependent Child of a Student
    • Dependent Child of a Worker
    • Partner of a New Zealander
    • Dependent Child of a New Zealander
    • Guardian of a Student
    • Parent and Grandparent
    • Reconsideration of a Declined Visitor Visa Request
  • Student:
    • Fee Paying
    • Dependent Child of a Worker
    • Dependent Child of a Student
    • Reconsideration of a Declined Student Visa Request
  • Section 61 Requests

I would definitely recommend Govett Quilliam for everyone. They helped make my dream come true upon residency in New Zealand. What an excellent service.

Akhil Chacko

Immigration Specialists

Patricia Zermeno

Immigration Advisor

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