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New Zealand offers smart business choices and a life style to match. The investor business migration visas are for investors who want to gain residence in New Zealand. There are two types if investor category visas

  1. Investor I or investor plus category
  2. Investor 2 category

Below are the main differences between these two Investor options

Requirement Investor Plus Investor2
Minimum funds NZ$ 10 million invested in NZ for three years NZ$ 1.5 million invested in NZ for four years
Business experience requirement No requirement Minimum three years
Maximum age No requirement 65 or younger
Settlement funds No requirement NZ$ 1 million (transfer not required)
Principal applicant's English language ability No requirement • English speaking background or;
• International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test score 3+ or;
• Competent user of English
Family member's English language ability No requirement Same as principal applicant or pre-purchase ESOL tuition
Minimum time in NZ 44 days in NZ in each of the last two years of the three-year investment period 146 days in NZ in each of the last three years of the four-year investment period
Health and character All applicants must meet requirements

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Resident Visas

Make New Zealand your home and enjoy the leisure life style while you continue with your career. Resident visa gives you the ability to stay in New Zealand for a long term, enjoying most of the benefits of citizens.

Temporary Visas

Temporary visas enable you to visit work and conduct business for a set period of time. There should be genuine reason for your visit that may include enjoying a pleasure trip, work for a given period or meet your clients on business purpose

Business Visas

If you got enough money, you can either invest or start as an entrepreneur, both these visas can later be converted to permanent resident visas. Got Skills, ideas and $$$, this could be the ideal visa to move to New Zealand