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New immigration changes in work and tourist visa

New online visa services – advice for employers Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is shifting many of its services online and these changes could affect your business and staff. From mid-June, work and visitor visa applications can be submitted through the new online platform, Immigration ONLINE. Form-filling, but […]

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Minimum wage rises to $14.75

The adult minimum wage will increase from $14.25 to $14.75 an hour from April 1, Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse said today.The starting out and training hourly minimum wages will also rise, by 40c to $11.80 an hour – 80 per cent of the adult […]

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Temporary rule changes for Queenstown Labour Market Test

Thursday, 19 February 2015 To reflect particularly strong growth in the tourism industry in the Queenstown region, the Ministers of Tourism and Immigration have agreed to temporarily waive the labour market test requirement under the Essential Skills work visa policy for certain occupations. The labour market test […]

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Improvements for immigration medicals

Monday, February 16, 2015 Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has selected clinics from all over the country to be part of an onshore panel physician network that will complete immigration medical examinations for onshore New Zealand visa applicants. A total of 72 medical clinics, 54 radiology clinics and […]

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Nationwide provider for settlement information services announced

Tuesday, July 01, 2014 Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has announced that from 1 July Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand (CABNZ) will be the provider of face-to- face settlement information services for new migrants across the country. INZ General Manager Steve McGill says that the announcement is great […]

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Making a Will and Estate Administration

A will lets you say how you want your property dealt with when you die. Once you die, everything you own, and everything you owe, is called your estate. This guide tells you about making a will and how your estate is administered. To read more please […]

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Business migration policies changing from March 2014/ Immigration News

Friday, December 13, 2013 A  number of changes are being made to business migration policies to encourage  more high calibre migrants to come to New Zealand. From March next year, the Long Term Business Visa will be replaced with the newly-named Entrepreneur Work Visa and a new […]

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What happens when relationship breaks up

The break-up of a marriage, civil union or de facto relationship can be very stressful. One or both of you may be distressed, resentful or angry. Whether you feel upset, numb or relieved, you face a lot of sorting out. This guide outlines the legal steps that can […]

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Scam phone calls claiming to be from Immigration New Zealand/Immigration News

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 We have become aware that some people in New Zealand have been phoned from callers who fraudulently claim to be calling from Immigration New Zealand. These callers tell the person that there has been a problem with their visa or arrival card information […]

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Buying or Selling a Property Guidlines

New Zealander’s like to own their own homes and, for most of us, it’ll be our biggest investment. Whether you are buying or selling for the first time or not, you will want the experience to be positive and rewarding. You can avoid a lot of potential […]

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Brook Law, 7A Princes Street,
Hamilton, New Zealand
Phone: (07) 838 3385
Fax No: (07) 838 3381

Area’s of Practice

  • Property Law – Residential, Commercial
  • Property Law – Farming & Rural
  • Company Law
  • Family Law (Legal Aid Provider)
  • Immigration Law
  • Estate Administration, Wills and Trusts