It’s being reported in the press that, post-Brexit, 10,000 Britons have expressed an interest in migrating to New Zealand. There are those who point out that the country is already experiencing a record migration boom. Economic reports seem to suggest that high immigration numbers are suppressing wages and putting strain on an already overheated property market, especially in Auckland.
As Liam Dann points out in his recent article
“At some point the effects of immigration do have a real impact on a country.
Many of these things are very positive but side-effects have to be considered.”
Getting the mix right is vital – for continued economic growth, for meeting the needs of Auckland’s burgeoning construction program and for on-going harmonious community relationships.
However, Auckland is not New Zealand. Not all of it.
There are incentives for highly skilled migrants and business migrants who work outside of the Auckland super city in the form of additional points. This is good news for regional New Zealand and great news for job-seeking migrants.
It makes sense to obtain a detailed assessment of your qualifications, skills, experience and options available to you so that you are fully aware of the most advantageous choices. As part of your migration plan, it will help save you time and money in the long run. The kind of detailed assessment and points analysis that Lawlor & Associates provide will enable you to make the best possible decisions for your individual circumstances.
To us, you are not 1 in among 10,000. You are the 1 in 10,000 who is going to have a positive impact on this country.
Absolutely New Zealand wants you!