Are You Eligible to emigrate?

If migrating to New Zealand is something you are seriously considering then take our free online test to receive an indication of your visa eligibility. While not a definitive answer, it can help start your journey to a new life in New Zealand working in an automotive trade.

Australia New Zealand
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UKOther
No Yes
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UKOther
No Yes
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Note: A positive answer to either of the above questions does not necessarily make you ineligible

The Emigration Group

Our experts have been helping people to realise their dream of a new life in Australia or New Zealand for over 25 years. We have in-depth knowledge and experience of the visa application procedure for both countries, allowing us to advise you on which visa is the most suitable for your situation. You will be in constant contact with our consultants throughout the process so you can be sure you are in safe hands. Everything will be handled professionally and tailored to your individual application.

Complete this form to receive an indication of your eligibility for a visa to Australia or New Zealand.

Job Intro

The automotive industry is growing across the globe and New Zealand is no exception. There are a wide range of roles available that can be filled by migrants looking to bring their skills and experience to the country, from automotive mechanics to vehicle paint sprayers and panel beaters to auto electricians. If you work in this industry, then there has never been a better time to consider moving to New Zealand.

Our New Zealand office are in contact with employers who have jobs waiting for you in a wide range of roles. For details of current positions and a free appraisal of your likely job prospects, email our NZ based director (with a CV if you have one) at: geoff@emigrationgroup.co.nz

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