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Our Service Fees Guide
* Excluding any application fee to Immigration New Zealand or any other disbursements.
- Initial consultancy for every 15 minutes or any part of it - NZD 30
- Skilled Migrant Category Resident Visa - From NZD 1500 to 3000
- Work Visa - From NZD 500 to 1000
- Visitor Visa - From NZD 300 to 500
- Variation of Condition - NZD 250
- Additional family member - On case by case basis
Our fee is fair and economical and all the factors influencing the fee such as level of complexity of the case/application are carefully assessed prior to setting out the fee.
Any additional fee that is added on to the agreed amount afterward, is informed to the client ASAP along with the reason and is then agreed to in writing.
Immigration Law Advice NZ Offer Professional Advice
Serving the community is the main purpose behind the establishment of Immigration Law Advice NZ Ltd. Mō te oranga pai is the Maori translation of "For a better life". Maori is New Zealand's native language. Maori, English and Sign are New Zealand's three official languages. Our fee is reasonable as compared to other competitors in this field.
At Immigration Law Advice NZ Ltd., we understand that how important it is for migrants to get their visas approved from Immigration New Zealand. Getting the eligible visa is the first step in their efforts to settle in a foreign land. We give professional and accurate advice based on the circumstances of each case. However the decision maker is Immigration New Zealand which makes the final decision. As long as we provide the correct documentation to Immigration New Zealand, which is required under the immigration law, we can assure our client for a fair result.
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