Welcome to Immigration Advisory Service based in Mumbai! We are a team of experienced immigration consultants who are committed to providing top-notch visa assistance for those who are looking to move to New Zealand. Our team of education counsellors and immigration advisers will guide you through every step of the visa application process and make sure that you have all the information you need to make the best decision for your future.
Immigration Consultants for New Zealand
We offer a wide range of visa services for New Zealand including visitor’s visa, dependant visa, and family sponsorship. Our team will help you to understand the eligibility criteria, the documents required and the process of applying for each type of visa. Whether you are an individual, a family, or a business, we can help you find the right visa to suit your needs.
So, if you are looking for a reliable immigration consultant in Mumbai to help you with your visa application to New Zealand, look no further than Immigration Advisory Service. Our team of experts will ensure that your visa application is processed efficiently and effectively. Contact us today to learn more about our services and take the first step towards your new life in New Zealand.
The people, bound in a culture that melds European with Maori ancestry, are resourceful, helpful and overwhelmingly friendly. The extraordinary place names – try Te Awamutu, Whangamomona or Paekakariki for tongue-trippers – are resonant and, with a modicum of practice, easy to pronounce.
Because it’s such a compact place, travel within New Zealand – whether by plane, bus, rail, car or bicycle – is affordable and efficient. Accommodation too is cheap and varied. And the culinary promise of venison, fresh seafood, sublime ice cream and award-winning wines should more than whet the appetite.
New Zealand art is multifarious, valuing innovation, integrity and craftsmanship that reflects Pakeha, Maori and Melanesian heritage. Wood, stone, shell and bone carvings are readily available while larger works such as tukutuku (wood panelling) can be seen in most maraes (meeting houses). Paua shell, greenstone, greywacke and greenwacke pebbles are often fashioned into jewellery that takes its inspiration from the landscape: earrings shaped like the leaves of a gingko tree; sunglasses modelled on native fern tendrils; and necklaces in frangipani-flower designs. There is a lively theatre scene in the country, especially in Wellington, and a number of galleries, including the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, which is the oldest viewing room in New Zealand and one of its best.