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Personalised migration assistance to New Zealand and Australia

  • Network Migration has over 20 years experience in Migrating families to Australia and New Zealand.

  • Licensed Agent for New Zealand and Australia (IAA and MARA registered).

  • Offices in Auckland, Johannesburg, Durban and Zimbabwe.

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We host free seminars in Johannesburg, Ballito, Cape Town, East London and Port Elizabeth throughout the year
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Private consultation with Andrew Kerr.
Immigration advise on New Zealand and Australia
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Check your scoring to see if you qualify

WHAT WE DO

Network Migration has been helping families and individuals immigrate to Australia and New Zealand since 1994.

TESTIMONIALS

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Your great service on such an important topic was well worth the investment.

I would just like to express my thanks and gratitude for the professionalism and efficiency in which you helped me ...
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Humbled by your companies compassion and kindness

Indeed I am humbled by your companies compassion and kindness .Please accept my heartfelt thanks and gratitude. This proves ounce ...
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You have been with us every step of the way

Dear Ana Congratulations! that's wonderful news! We wish you all the blessings as you embark on a new beginning with ...
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LATEST NEWS

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New Challenges for migrants and employers in the construction industry

To be eligible for selection from the Expression of Interest (EOI) pool a migrant must be able to claim 160 points from the Skilled Migrant Category (SMC) points system. This ...
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New Zealand Residence Programme policy changes

The Government has announced changes to the New Zealand Residence Programme (NZRP) for the next two years. The planning range for the NZRP is being lowered for the two years ...
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All South African visitors to New Zealand now require visitor visa’s from the 21 November 2016 – MANDATORY!

These changes have been implemented as a result of an increase in the number of South African nationals who have been refused entry at the New Zealand border. Prior to ...
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