Our services

How it works

At Relocate Down Under, we can help with all aspects of your New Zealand visa application, whether you want to work, study, join family, visit or relocate permanently to New Zealand. We will assess your eligibility for a visa, advise you on everything you need to include in your application, check all documentation and submit your New Zealand visa application on your behalf. And you can start the process with 3 easy steps.

Step 1 Eligibility Assessment

Firstly, if you want to work in New Zealand, either temporarily or long term, start by taking our eligibility assessment. This way we can understand your plans and review your experience, in order to assess which visas you might be eligible to apply for.

However, if you want help with a visitor or student visa, are planning to join family in New Zealand, or if you have an immigration issue you need help resolving, drop us a line or give us a call so we can advise you on your options and how we can help.

Step 2 Written Agreement

Once we have assessed your eligibility for a visa and you have decided that you want to take things forward, we will sign a written agreement with you, outlining the details of the services we will provide for you and our fees.

Step 3 Dedicated Licensed Adviser

After that you will be appointed with a dedicated licensed adviser who will hold your hand through every step of the process, including submitting your New Zealand visa application and liaising with Immigration New Zealand on your behalf.

So take our free eligibility assessment today and start the process of making your dream of moving to New Zealand a reality.


Our Fees

Prices can vary depending on the complexity of your immigration situation and how many members there are in your family. As an indication, these are the prices we typically charge for end to end assistance with your visa:

Our fees for your New Zealand Visa application - Partner of a New Zealander Resident Visa; Partner of a New Zealander Work Visa; Skilled Resident Visas including Skilled Migrant Category, Green List Straight to Residence, Green List Work to Residence and Sector Agreement Work to Residence Visas; Accredited Employer Work Visa; Partner of a Worker Work Visa; Dependent Child Student and Visitor Visas

What is included in our Fees?

Included in the fees for our end to end visa assistance, you will get:

  • a dedicated UK-based licensed immigration adviser
  • an Eligibility Assessment and Document Check List – your personalised roadmap to get a visa
  • your documents checked thoroughly to ensure they meet NZ immigration instructions
  • your visa application form and cover letter prepared and submitted for you
  • liaison with Immigration New Zealand on your behalf throughout the process

Immigration New Zealand application fees and other third party fees (such as Medicals and Police Checks) are paid directly to the supplier yourself

Immigration New Zealand Application Fees

You will also pay the Immigration New Zealand Application Fees directly to INZ at the point your application is submitted. The INZ fees vary depending on your country of citizenship and where you are when you apply, however indicative feeds are provided below (in NZD$) based on applying in the UK:

Partner of a New Zealander Resident Visa – $3610  

Partner of a New Zealander Work Visa – $860  

Skilled Resident Visas – $4890 ($4290 if applying in NZ)
(includes Green List Straight to Residence, Green List Work to Residence, and Sector Work to Residence Visas)

Accredited Employer Work Visa – $750 

Partner of a Worker Work Visa – $700 

Dependent Child Student/Visitor Visa – $395/$211

Contact our New Zealand immigration adviser UK for more information.

The visas

Residence visas

Settling in New Zealand

Work visas

Working in New Zealand temporarily

Student visas

Studying in New Zealand temporarily

Visitor visas

Visiting New Zealand temporarily

The purpose of your visit will determine what kind for visa you can be granted.

Family categories

Temporary and residence

Is your occupation on the Green List?

​If your occupation is on the Green List, and you have the required qualifications and experience, it may be easier for you to find and a job in New Zealand and to get a work or residence visa.

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