• It is not mandatory to have an immigration adviser or lawyer, but if your case is risky or complicated, it will make the process smoother
  • It is illegal to give immigration advice unless you hold a license, or are exempt from this requirement
  • This applies to offshore advisers, as well as those located in New Zealand
  • Immigration Advisers can begin practising after completing a brief course on Immigration
  • Lawyers are equipped to deal with legal issues which may arise in any of the spheres which touch on the immigration process (fraud, employment, commercial and corporate matters)
  • Lawyers are generally held to a higher standard of care than licensed immigration advisers
  • It is not legal for immigration advisers or lawyers to demand a fee in exchange for a job offer
  • It is not legal for employers to demand a fee in exchange for a job offer

For more information, contact

IDESI Legal Limited
Unit 4
18 Moorefield Road
P O Box 13208
Johnsonville 6037
New Zealand

Tel: 64 4 461 6018
Fax: 64 4 461 6019
Mobile: 64 021 159 8803
Email: admin@idesilegal.co.nz

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