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

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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.


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

New Zealand Now in Top 5 for Wealth

I love and detest statistics. They can often tell any story you want. Apparently me and my fellow New Zealanders are now the fifth wealthiest people per adult in the world. Beats being last I guess. I have no doubt New Zealand and New Zealanders are getting wealthier in both real and nominal terms. The economy is growing well, is diversified and we are working far smarter across many more industries and sectors than we ever did. We have benefited from free trade agreements with a number of countries and accept that the world owes us nothing and we need to get out and sell our products and services. At the same time tourism is booming as more and more people crave, if even for only a few days, the natural beauty, space and fresh air of New Zealand.

Published Dec. 2, 2016, 3:06 p.m.

Latest post from Australia

Immigration Christmas Scrooge

I have enough experience in the immigration industry to realise that whenever migrants receive a policy “gift” from the Department of Immigration/Minister of Immigration, to immediately wonder what will be taken away; the department often gives with one hand and takes with the other. Therefore, when I recently heard that the Minister would be granting a long-term 5-year Visitor Visa for parents of permanent residents of Australia in July 2017, I wondered what the quid pro quo would be.

Published Nov. 8, 2016, 3:58 p.m.