Hear how recent migrants found their move to New Zealand and why they love their new home.
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In most cases you'll need a job offer to support your work visa - so your first task will be finding a job.
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Find out how recent migrants found their move to New Zealand and why they love their new home.
New Zealanders are typically welcoming to newcomers. Hear a few stories shared by recent migrants.
From preparing your CV to getting an interview, hear how these recent Migrants got their jobs in New Zealand.
If you have a family to consider, be assured, New Zealand is a great place to bring up children.
There are specific skills urgently needed in New Zealand. Check if your skills are listed as in-demand and view the visa requirements.
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Use this 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.
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