Author: Tri-Nations Migrations

First NZ was applauded for “squashing” the curve, now the news outlet says everyone needs to see “how they did it”

A few months ago, New Zealand, and prime minister Jacinda Ardern specifically, was lauded for its approach to flattening the curve in terms of the country’s COVID-19 infection rate. It was rated the third safest country in the world by Deep Knowledge Group, just behind Israel and Singapore, and received praise from various news outlets regarding how it was doing more than simply flattening the curve but squashing it instead. 

New Zealand behind only Israel and Singapore on safest country rankings

New Zealand is one of the countries that has received worldwide praise for its approach to curbing the spread of Coronavirus. In April, it was ranked as the third safest country in the world regarding COVID-19 by an internationally renowned research group known as Deep Knowledge Group. New Zealand is second only to Israel and Singapore.  This accomplishment is due, in large part, to New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern,

Why You Shouldn’t Let Covid-19 Halt Your Job Search in New Zealand

As the effects of Covid-19 continue to become more and more widespread, and South Africa enters its 21 day lockdown period, those planning their immigration to New Zealand may feel the need to halt their progress. The reality is, however, that the current situation presents more of an opportunity rather than a problem when it comes to job searches, in particular.  Why job search should continue  Considering how countless individuals

Different Investor Visa options for Australia and the changes being implemented later this year

Considering immigrating to Australia? If you have a substantial amount of capital in your position, you could be eligible to gain entry into the country as an investor through one of three different investor visa streams. Here is what you need to know. 

ANZSCO Changes: New Low-Skilled Occupations Are Now Eligible for Immigration to New Zealand

If you have recently looked into immigrating to New Zealand only to be disappointed by your findings, the new ANZSCO changes may play in your favour. Effective from mid 2020, the new version of ANZSCO will make new low-skilled occupations eligible for immigration to New Zealand. Here is what you need to know in terms of your application.  What the ANZSCO Changes Mean for You Certain low skilled jobs have

Our Guide to the Current Visa Costs for Australian Migration

If you are considering immigrating to Australia, you will undoubtedly be researching the different avenues available, paying special attention to the many different requirements and the various costs associated. Here is a basic overview of what to budget for when it comes to skilled migrations, business or investor migrations, and family migrations.  Skilled Migration  If you apply for employer sponsored migration, whether it is an Employer Nomination Scheme Visa (subclass

How will Covid-19/Coronavirus impact immigration to New Zealand?

Those who intended to emigrate from South Africa to New Zealand may have to deal with a halt on their plans in light of the Coronavirus outbreak. If you are wondering about when it will be possible once again to make the big move, here are the details that you need to know.  What precautions have New Zealand taken to curb the spread of Covid-19?  At midnight on Thursday, March

2020 Income Thresholds for Immigrating to New Zealand

Last year, 7 343 South Africans immigrated to New Zealand [1]. This number is expected to climb this year. While immigrating to New Zealand is an exciting prospect, it does require adequate preparation. Whether you are applying for either an Essential Skills Work Visa or a Skilled Migrant Category Visa, you need to first meet the minimum income threshold. What Is a Minimum Income Threshold? There are certain requirements one

Immigrating to Australia on a Nominated Visa

The number of South Africans enquiring about Australian visas doubled between 2017 and 2019 [1]. There are many different visas to consider when immigrating to Australia. One of the most common categories of visas is the skilled visa category. Within this category, the Australian Skilled – Nominated Visa (subclass 190) is the most traditional visa for South Africans looking to live and work in Australia. What Are Nominations? There are

Two New Visas for Skilled Workers Immigrating to Australia

The new year is a great time to review your career development and decide if your current country of residence can still meet your expectations for professional fulfilment. If you have already made the decision to look offshore for new career opportunities, you will be pleased to know that immigrating to Australia has recently gotten a lot easier for skilled professionals. The government of Australia has finally approved the much-awaited