New Zealand to Introduce New Immigration Law!

Immigration being one of the first things in the mind of ambitious people, one has to keep up with the latest happening on the immigration front. Every now and then, there is something happening in countries that are considered some of the popular immigration destinations in the world. It is important for you to keep yourself updated with all happenings in the countries that make up to your priority list of immigration destinations.

For your information, New Zealand is soon going to introduce a new law which will be instrumental in preventing the entry of unauthorized foreigners to the country. The new law is expected to come into place on November 29, 2010. The legislation states that education providers in New Zealand that facilitate illegible international students in getting enrolled to study would face higher penalties.

The law also says that all education providers with online presence and application systems will be required to update their specific norms. As per the legislation, international students must possess a New Zealand visa in order to pursue the courses of study they intend to take up in the land of Kiwis.

The law concerns the children of unlawful residents in New Zealand. To be precise, the children of foreign couples who have overstayed their visas or are illegally in New Zealand will have the right to attend schools in the country. One more element of the law is terms like ‘Permit’ and ‘Exemption’ are eliminated, only ‘visa’ is going to be used to permit a foreign national to travel and reside in the Kiwi land.

For more information on New Zealand immigration, contact an Immigration and Visa Consultant!

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