Why SCO Immigration ?

We are the Best New Zealand PR Consultant in India. We provide end to end support for New Zealand Skilled migrant program. We are also the Authorized agents for New Zealand. We have 100% placement track record to all our clients in New Zealand. We provide best services for New Zealand PR consultancy Services in India.

Study, Work, Live in New Zealand

New Zealand always features highly on the PSS National UK Migration Survey and for the past 3 years New Zealand has been rated 2nd in HSBC’s Expat Explorer Survey.
In Gallup’s recent Net Potential Migration Index, New Zealand came top as the country people most wanted to migrate to. In fact, if everyone who wanted to migrated to New Zealand, its population would increase by a massive 232% to 11 million!

Live and work in New Zealand

  • New Zealand is known worldwide for its quality of life and relaxed place. New Zealanders have a strong work ethic but also believe in having a good work life balance. 
  • According to the 2018 New Zealand census, there were 239,193 ethnic Indians in New Zealand making up 4.7% of New Zealand's population. This is an increase of 84,015 people (54.1%) since the 2013 census, and an increase of 134,610 people (128.7%) since the 2006 census.
  • The quality of life offered in New Zealand is shown again and again in global reports. The 2014 Mercer report ranked Auckland 3rd in the world for ‘Quality of Living’, with Wellington at 12th. A similar survey by the Economist Intelligence unit ranked Auckland 10th of 140 cities, and the UN ranks New Zealand seventh out of 187 countries on its latest Human Development index. New Zealand is truly an incredible place to live.
  • New Zealand is a clean and peaceful country. Great climate, beautiful scenery, great economy, and lifestyle make it a wonderful place to live in. New Zealand also provides great opportunities for study, work, and business.

Why Migrate to New Zealand

  • New Zealand is also one of the most favorite immigration destinations for the Indians. The people from all parts of India move in thousands every year to live, work, study, tourism, or settle in New Zealand.
  • Ranking second on the Global Peace Index 2018*, New Zealand is undoubtedly one of the safest countries in the world.
  • New Zealand is truly an amazing country. The people are friendly, the weather is superb and the lifestyle is unbeatable, with a perfect pace for you and your children.

Type Of Visas :

New Zealand Visit Visa

Zealand Work Visa

Zealand Student Visa

Zealand Permanent Residency Visa

Zealand Work Visa

Work visas would give you a short term settlement in this heavenly land. When you apply for a work visa in NZ, and you get a stay permit of 1 to 3 years here.

Auckland skyline in late afternoon light with a dramatic sky, just as the sun is low in the sky.  A sailing boat just passing CBD, and a liner in port.
New Zealand work visas 6 options :
  • Skilled Migrant visa
  • Partner visa
  • Essential Skills Work visa
  • Partner of a New Zealand Work Visa Holder
  • Entrepreneur visa
  • Specific Purpose Work visa

Benefits of New Zealand:

  • You can live, work, travel and study in New Zealand indefinitely without any restrictions. You can avail medical facilities at subsidized rates as well as social security benefits. Your children shall be eligible for free education at state-run schools and universities.
  • New Zealand benefits from a temperate and mild climate all year, meaning that there are more days of sunshine than rain. During the winter months, the North Island stays warm and sunny while the South Island can be covered in snow. Nature lovers will enjoy the endless outdoor activities the country has to offer, regardless of the season. 
  • And overall, New Zealand has less traffic and quieter cities than many other countries. If you want a taste of the quiet country life, New Zealand has plenty of it to offer.
  • New Zealand also has shortages of skilled workers in certain fields, like IT, accountancy and healthcare. If you work in any of those industries, finding a job will be easy for you.
  • Education in New Zealand is known for being some of the best in the world. Plus, for citizens and permanent residents, it’s free.

Skilled Migrant Category:

  • This skilled migrant visa offers permanent residency to workers whose skills are in demand (on any of the shortage lists) but don’t have a job offer before arrival. You must be under 55, healthy, of good character and speak English.
  • It's a points-based systems whereby points are claimed under various criteria such as age, qualifications, work experience, or a job offer in New Zealand. A candidate will see their Expression Of Interest accepted and be Invited To Apply (ITA) for residence if they meet at least 160 points and if they satisfy mandatory health and character requirements. The number of points does not matter as long as you can secure 160.

Documents Required When Applying For A New Zealand Visa

  • A Legit six-month valid passport is required.
  • Recent photographs with white background
  • A cover letter making the purpose of your visit clear
  • Duly filled application form
  • Your arrival and departure flight tickets details
  • Bank statement of the past six months
  • Salary slips of last three months
  • Letter of acceptance from educational Institute( if applied for student visa)
  • Contact details of the sponsors
  • Original leave letter from former employer (in case of work or permanent  residency visa)
  • International credit card statements and their copies
  • Old passport (if any)
  • Proof of education
  • Proof of no criminal record
  • Additional documents based on the type of visa applied or requested by the immigration authorities.

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