Immigration New Zealand recently announced that New Zealand businesses will need to be accredited if they employ workers who are on a visa

Some vet clinics will need to be Immigration New Zealand Accredited by 1 Nov 2021

Because immigration law in New Zealand is an absolute minefield, I invited Richard Howard – Managing Director of Pathways New Zealand to answer some questions about how the new law and new requirements will affect veterinary clinics in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand Accredited Employer new requirements | Richard Howard | Pathways New Zealand
Richard Howard | Pathways New Zealand

In this episode Licensed Immigration Consultant Richard Howard talks about:

  • what vet clinics can do today to protect their employees
  • what (in his opinion) is New Zealand’s biggest threat to this country’s productivity
  • what the new accreditation means – in real terms – for vet clinics
  • who’s affected by this new policy / requirement / accreditation

Immigration related links and references mentioned in this episode

Pathways New Zealand – Richard Howard’s immigration consultancy

Into NZ – Katy Armstronglicensed immigration consultants

Grant Coombes – New Zealand Shores – Licensed Immigration Consultants

Find a Licensed Immigration Adviser – New Zealand Immigration Advisers Authority

Accredited Employer Visa Reforms – announcement on INZ website

Pathways New Zealand – blog article – “New Work Visa Changes – the Clock is Ticking


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