Here is a collection of online resources for people looking to immigrate to New Zealand. Click on the title to go to the link. If you need further assistance please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Official government Immigration New Zealand website detailing immigration policies and procedures. It also covers what you can expect in terms of work opportunities around the country.
The New Zealand Inland Revenue website provides information and services related to taxes and specific social policy services. All you need to know about setting yourself up in New Zealand to comply with tax laws.
Nurses who are registered with an overseas regulatory authority can apply to the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration. As the statutory authority, the Nursing Council of New Zealand governs the practice of nurses and provides annual practising certificates. Please contact Trish to assist you in this application process.
Here is a link for International Nurses wishing to work in New Zealand. Astra Healthcare recommends you seek advice from a Registered New Zealand Immigration Consultant, if you require a name please contact us.
A website that provides a list of current accommodation to stay or to rent.
A site providing links to various real estate agencies.
New Zealand’s most popular website (equivalent to E-Bay in other countries) where you can buy everything from clothes, and cars to houses.
This site lists details and links about events, spots to shop as well as a map of Auckland city.
Auckland city council’s website detailing information about Auckland city, latest news and about the local/regional economy.
This site provides a searchable database for accommodation, activities, restaurants etc. Well worth a look at if you are searching for something to do on a Friday night or you want see what’s on in Wellington.
This is Wellington City Council’s website and details what you need to know about the city, its government and contains links for job seekers.
Search this database for accommodation information ranging from backpackers and hotels to serviced apartments.