Hear how recent migrants found their move to New Zealand and why they love their new home.
NZ Ready is a free online tool to help you plan your move to New Zealand, ensuring you know how things work here and have a hassle-free move.
Find out who to talk to when you need help or have questions about how things work in New Zealand.
In most cases you'll need a job offer to support your work visa - so your first task will be finding a job.
If you plan to work while you study, you need to make sure that your visa allows you to work.
If you're an entrepreneur or investor looking to create positive global impact, our new Global Impact Visa (GIVs) could be for you.
Just moved to New Zealand? Workshops and courses can help you to get settled.
This is an eleven week course, meeting three hours per week, and leads to the Speech NZ Certificate in Professional Speaking. We meet every Tuesday from 6-9pm from 27 June - 5 September.
A free Multicultural Lunch organised by the Rotorua Multicultural Council is held on the last Wednesday of every month in the Rotorua Library. ]
CAB Hamilton will hold a free information session for newcomers on health and wellbeing in New Zealand.
This session will cover:
Every Thursday morning (except during school holidays), come to Albany House and meet Cheryl, our fashion designer. She is full of great ideas and the group is a lot of fun.
New to New Zealand? 新到新西兰吗？뉴질랜드에 새롭게 정착하셨나요?
New to Auckland? 新到奥克兰吗？오클랜드에 새롭게 정착하셨나요?
New to Albany? 新到Albany吗？알바니에 새롭게 정착하셨나요?
CAB Lower Hutt will hold a free information session for newcomers on New Zealand electoral system.
The topics include:
Join us for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine as the sun goes down over Picton's beautiful harbour.
Citizens Advice Bureau Eden Albert at St Lukes is very pleased to announce a free intensive support for newcomers looking for a job.
Come and join us on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday mornings of every month for a cup of coffee and lively conversation with other Newcomers to Picton.
This is a fortnightly event where migrants meet up for morning tea and a chat, followed by information discussion and education on topics relevant to adjusting to life in New Zealand.
Register with us and you’ll receive great info on jobs and upcoming events.
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