Skilled Migrant Category Resident Visa

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New Zealand targets to invite 26000 new Permanent Residents in each year

New Zealand is regarded as one of the world’s most calm, secure, and clean places to live. Whether it’s having the best culture, good living conditions, delicious food, quality education, or great work-life balance, New Zealand checks all the boxes. All these qualities make New Zealand one of the most popular destinations to live for international citizens, particularly Indians. 
Residence” is the word used for when the New Zealand government, through Immigration New Zealand, has granted you the right to live, work and study in New Zealand permanently.

Who can apply for residence?

Residence is important in being the key to a number of other rights and opportunities in New Zealand, including:

Welfare Benefits

To get a benefit from Work and Income, you’ll usually need to be either a citizen or resident of New Zealand (see the chapter “Dealing with Work and Income”, under “Applying for and qualifying for benefits”).


The right to vote in general elections and local elections depends on residence.


Being eligible to serve on a jury depends on residence (see the chapter “The criminal courts”).

The two stages: The “Resident Visa” and The “Permanent Resident Visa”

There are two stages to getting full residence status in New Zealand, with a different type of visa for each stage:

A Resident Visa, the first stage, allows you to live in New Zealand indefinitely, including working and studying – but if you leave New Zealand you can’t return and live here as a resident unless the conditions (“travel conditions”) of your Resident Visa allow this. Normally a Resident Visa will be granted with travel conditions that let you leave and re-enter New Zealand as a resident only up to a certain date.

A Permanent Resident Visa allows you to live in New Zealand indefinitely, including working and studying, and also to leave and return to New Zealand as a resident at any time and as often as you like.

If you don’t yet qualify for a Permanent Resident Visa but you want to leave and return to New Zealand outside the travel conditions granted for your Resident Visa, you can instead apply for a variation to your travel conditions, to allow you more time for re-entering New Zealand as a resident.

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