The team of immigration specialists is assembled from only the best professionals available in the industry and follow a strict code of conduct. This means the team operates with the utmost integrity observing both local and international immigration and visa legislation requiring them to keep up to date with local and international immigration developments and to be registered with both local and international authorities.
Due to the team’s diligence and brilliant track record New World Immigration enjoys international accreditation with the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Control, New Zealand Immigration and Citizenship and Citizenship and Immigration Canada. This means that these countries trust NWI to legally and duly submit visa and citizenship applications while adhering to each respective country’s strict requirements in their visa processing task.
As such New World Immigration is privy to more information than the layman and is guaranteed to be kept up to date with visa regulations.
This is why you should use a NWI immigration expert
Nothing stops anyone from applying for their visa directly at the immigration department of their choice, but as the applicant is typically not an accredited immigration agent they will not have the same access channels available to a recognized and trusted consultant.
The NWI team have spent years building a rapport with a number of international immigration departments and has as such developed a strong level of trust which enables the team to follow a visa application while it is behind the scenes. This means an NWI client will be kept up to date with their application’s status as it progresses through the foreign country’s system. Without an immigration agent the applicant is only issued an answer.
Knowing the status of an application is vital and it helps to foresee potential problems and pitfalls - which could lead to the failure of the application. Your NWI agent is able to submit additional documents and tweak applications while the document is being processed which could prevent the failure of an application.
The team has helped thousands of applicants with their application and with this invaluable knowledge of the system it is unlikely that your application will fail – especially if your agent, based on their experience, indicated that your application has a good chance of being successful.
Is there really work in Australia, Canada and New Zealand?
YES! There really is and if you qualify for a work visa in these countries and your occupation is list on their skills shortage list you are on your way to successfully obtaining your visa.
This is an extract from the New Zealand governmental immigration porthole.
“The Essential Skills in Demand Lists are Immigration New Zealand’s occupational skill shortage lists.
“If you have a job offer in an occupation on one of the lists and your qualifications and experience match, you can apply for an Essential Skills work visa.
“Your employer won’t need to provide evidence of attempting to recruit New Zealanders because Immigration New Zealand (INZ) reviews the lists regularly and has concluded that employers are unable to find enough people with these skills, qualifications, and experience in New Zealand.”
This is what the Australian Department of Border Control and Immigration says about jobs for migrants, “SkillSelect is an online service thatt helps Australia manage its skilled migration programme. It helps to ensure that the skilled migration programme is based on Australia's economic needs. It supports the government in managing who can apply for skilled migration, when they can apply and in what numbers. As a result, the time taken to process a visa application is significantly reduced.
“SkillSelect also helps address regional skill shortages. SkillSelect allows intending migrants to indicate if they are willing to live and work in regional Australia. This is of particular benefit to employers experiencing regional skill shortages and state and territory governments attempting to settle migrants in regional Australia.”
If you need more information or help with your application speak to one of the trained NWI immigration consultants today!