Pooja Sharma L.L.M., B.A.L.L.B, GradDip NZ Immigration Advice Licensed Immigration Adviser IAA# 201800731 Pooja Sharma is very passionate about Immigration Law and helping clients make informed decisions and achieve positive outcomes. Pooja is trained as a lawyer with a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Law and is awaiting the award of her Ph.D. in law. Pooja is very friendly, approachable, and makes sure that clients feel at ease while dealing with complexities involved in their applications.

Hi Rushit Thanks for your question. I would need more information to assess your personal situation. Generally, to be able to qualify for a work visa and residence in the future under Work To Residence...

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Hi Simran I am an immigration adviser and am not authorized to answer that question. A property lawyer would in a better position to answer this question. However, my general understanding that to buy...

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Hi Yogesh If your parents' visa is going to expire on 25 February 2021, they are eligible for a further extension of 2 months. For people who are here in New Zealand on visitor visas that expire on or...

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Hi Kiran To be able to support your mother for residency under the parent category your annual income needs to be $106,080. If you have a partner you can choose to combine his/her income in which case,...

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Hi Kiran I do not have enough details of your situation to be able to answer your question. Anyone can apply for an essential skills work visa if they meet the below requirements: have a genuine job...

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Hello there It is correct that in June this year the work visa regime will be entirely changed. One of the biggest changes will be that all employers will need to be accredited to support a visa application....

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Points are generally awarded for skilled work experience only in a skill level 1, 2 or 3 occupations if: the work undertaken substantially matched the description for that occupation as set out in ANZSCO,...

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Hi Shiv The prime minister has yet given no indication as to when the New Zealand border will be open. When the borders open and you still have a valid work visa you should be able to come back to New...

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