IMMAGINE A NEW LIFE IN AUSTRALIA OR NEW ZEALAND

Specialists in Australian and New Zealand immigration, Resident and Temporary Visas with a success rate higher than 99%

Book a Free Seminar in Your City

Book a Free Seminar

IMMagine Australia & New Zealand offer free seminars in various cities around the world in order to give you some insight into life in either New Zealand or Australia. We also book optional one-on-one consultations at these seminars or online at another time to assess your individual eligibility against immigration policies for both countries.

New Zealand

If your first choice is to settle in New Zealand, follow this link to visit our New Zealand focused website where we cover some of the basics in a little more detail. Our NZ office is based in the Auckland CBD.

Australia

If your first choice is to settle in Australia, follow this link to visit our Australia focused website where we cover some of the basics in a little more detail. Our Australian office is based on Flinders Street in the Melbourne CBD.

Latest post from New Zealand

International Student Game

A week or so ago the Minister of Immigration proclaimed ‘they will not get residence’ when asked if he was concerned at the impact on the Skilled Migrant programme of the tens of thousands of international students his Government has promised, or recently given, job search work visas to (as a potential pathway to residence) having completed their studies in New Zealand. He said that only about 19% of international students go on and secure residence.

Published Sept. 24, 2016, 10:15 a.m.

Latest post from Australia

We Told You So

The Economist Intelligence Unit recently scored cities across six criteria including political and social stability, education and healthcare - I think that you have to live in Melbourne to really understand her charm, having been voted the world's most liveable city for the 6th time. In fact, with Adelaide occupying 5th place and Perth 7th, Australia did incredibly well, supporting my opinion expressed in a previous blog post, that when it comes to living in Australia there is no “bad” place, only 'good better and best'.

Published Aug. 19, 2016, 1:46 p.m.