New Zealand

Immigration Services 

KPMG immigration services

KPMG’s Immigration Practice in New Zealand is comprised of New Zealand trained and licensed advisers and a robust support team who provide services to companies and individuals needing immigration assistance in New Zealand.


The practice provides strategic counsel and customised solutions to assist global minded businesses deal efficiently and effectively with their cross-border workforce. With a fundamental emphasis on compliance, KPMG Immigration's New Zealand team can help you get necessary New Zealand visas, determine applicable visa categories and advise on immigration topics and processes.


We also offer valuable insight into changes in New Zealand immigration laws and policies, and appropriate Human Resources and Global Mobility strategies.


Our goal is to deliver professional services so that your cross border assignments are as worry-free and seamless as possible.

How can we help?

KPMG’s New Zealand immigration team provides full-scope New Zealand immigration services, including:


  • Overall strategy and coordination of global immigration services worldwide.
  • New Zealand inbound immigration, including work visas, resident visas under the Entrepreneur Category, Investor Category.
  • Immigration compliance guidance and strategies.
  • Immigration policy consulting.

Immigration News

Immigration New Zealand goes online

Exciting changes as INZ goes online. All medicals are now completed online through e-Medical resulting in faster turnaround. From June 2015 work visa applications can be submitted electronically. E-visas will be implemented in August 2015; meaning no physical visa label attached to a passport. Employers will need to use the Visa View tool to check if an individual can legally work in NZ.


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