Contact us if you are facing shortage of skilled workers and wish to employ them from overseas. We will advise and guide you on the requirements to be met by you as an employer as well as your potential employee and arrange their work visa. Contact us also if you wish to become an Immigration New Zealand Accredited Employer.

Employer Accreditation

Immigration New Zealand has increased annual salary for employing overseas workers by accredited employers from $55,000 to $79,576 effective from 7 October 2019. INZ has also announced mandatory accreditation by early 2021 of all employers wishing to employ overseas workers. Mandatory accreditation will be introduced in phases and fully implemented by early 2021. Call us or submit Employer Enquiry Form, if you wish to employ overseas skilled workers and/or seek Employer Accreditation.

Employer Accreditation Requirements

While the details of the mandatory accreditation policy are yet to be announced, the following are the core requirements for accreditation under the current policy:

  1. Company is in sound Financial Position;
  2. Has high standard Human Resources Policies and Procedures in place;
  3. Is committed to train locals;
  4. Has good workplace practices

Advantages of Accreditation

Employer Accreditation by Immigration New Zealand has several advantages for employers and employees:

  1. employers can recruit overseas workers without having to prove that suitable New Zealanders are not available (no labour market test);
  2. employers do not need to provide Employer Supplementary Form;
  3. talent work visa applications are prioritised;
  4. residence pathway for employees;
  5. employees are granted work-to-residence visa for 30 months;
  6. after having worked with the employer for 24 months, employees can apply for residence visa;
  7. committed workers due to residence pathway available;

Validity of Accreditation

Accreditation will be valid for 2 years and can be renewed thereafter

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