Hi everyone, I wrote two blogs earlier and shared my initial experience in New Zealand with all of you. In continuance, I wanted to share my journey. My Journey from India to New Zealand for a better and quality life. I, Mamta, moved to New Zealand in July 2016 as a student in my thirties. […]
Wіth thе glоbаl есоnоmу ѕtіll ѕluggіѕh аnd jоbѕ grоwіng іnсrеаѕіnglу ѕсаrсе, thе dесіѕіоn оf whісh соurѕе tо сhооѕе whіlе ѕtudуіng аt a unіvеrѕіtу hаѕ bесоmе mоrе іmроrtаnt thаn еvеr bеfоrе.
Last year, I got the opportunity to visit two of the countries nearest to the south pole, Australia, and New Zealand. The countries close to each other but far in many aspects.
Migration or as it is more commonly called – Immigration – has been an important force in shaping the destinies, cultures and history of countries. This has been especially true for the expansion and rise of the modernized Western World.
When I woke up on November 9th the seemingly impossible had happened (even though I went to bed early the night before knowing full well what the outcome was going to be) – Donald J. Trump had been elected the 46th President of the United States.
There are lots of discussions going on regarding Immigration New Zealand’s recent changes to Skilled Migrant Category (SMC). Here are my thoughts on these changes.
Ever since I watched Peter Jackson’s Lord of The Rings trilogy and The Hobbit, I have wanted to visit New Zealand. This was later fanned by shows like Flight of The Concords, Top of The Lake and The Brokenwood Mysteries (what can I say I’m a sucker for mysteries).
Kia ora everyone, I would like to share a very important information to all the citizens of Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu and Kiribati. The registrations are now open under the pacific quota to consider resident visa in New Zealand until 28th April 2017.
I am Mamta, originally from India. I am currently studying in New Zealand. New Zealand itself is a multi-cultural nation, with a fusion of Maori (the indigenous people), Pacific Island, European and Asian people combining to make a vibrant and colourful society.
Namaste! I’m a student from India, one of the richest culture inheriting countries in the world. When I got an opportunity to visit New Zealand during my vacations, I knew this was going to be the memorable one.