27 September 2023
The Green List and Sector Agreements Work to Residence pathways open for residence visa applications from 29 September 2023.
21 September 2023
As part of the support for migrant workers, the Government announced changes for accredited employers.
19 April 2023
Last week the New Zealand Government announced a number of dental roles which have been added to what is called the green list.
10 May 2022
Last week our New Zealand borders re-opened and people are starting to reconnect. This means if you have been thinking about coming to NZ to work as a dental professional, it's a bit easier than it has been in the last few years.
2 May 2022
The international border is reopening in stages for eligible travellers to enter New Zealand.
29 April 2022
Everyone travelling by air to NZ must now complete a New Zealand Traveller Declaration.
9 March 2022
On 4 July 2022 significant immigration policy changes will impact how Kiwi employers attract overseas workers.
25 February 2022
Before recruiting a dental professional, either as an employee or a contractor, legally you need to make sure they have the right to work in NZ.
29 November 2021
This video (7.20 minutes) explains the 2021 Resident visa process and criteria. It will help inform applicants who are eligible in Phase One (from 1 December 2021) to apply for the 2021 Resident visa.
25 November 2021
You're probably aware of the New Zealand Government announcement yesterday afternoon advising the NZ border will open from January 2022.
6 October 2021
On 30 September 2021, Immigration New Zealand announced the introduction of a new “one off” 2021 residency visa for skilled migrants who were in New Zealand on 29 September 2021.
3 September 2021
Since March 2020, the NZ border has been closed to almost all travellers to stop the spread of Covid-19. If you are not a NZ citizen, permanent resident, or returning resident, you will need to obtain a travel exception to enter NZ.
3 September 2021
Since March 2020, the New Zealand border has been closed to almost all travellers to stop the spread of Covid-19. If your prospective employee is not a New Zealand citizen, permanent resident, or returning resident, they will need to obtain a travel exception to enter New Zealand.