Immigrate to New Zealand for Better Business Opportunities!
Many people are now looking to expand their business ventures by moving to different countries. Well some might be interested to invest in developing countries while some might think to invest in the developed countries. The choice to make an investment depends upon the perception of the businessman. One of countries where one can invest happens to be New Zealand.
To make an investment in New Zealand the applicant must contribute a suitable amount which is decided by the New Zealand Government. The decision is taken as per the ownership in the existing business. The agent or the immigration consultant can help people to make a right decision.
Those who want to migrate to New Zealand in search of better business opportunities can either apply for the Investor Plus Category or Long Term Business Visa category. These two are the best categories which are suitable for the New Zealand Business Immigration program.
In the Investor plus Category, there are two types of visa for which one can apply for. These are the Investor Plus visa or Investor visa. In the first category, the minimum investment made must amount to NZ$ 10 million for at least three years. In the second category, the minimum invest must be NZ$ 1.5 million for at least four years.
Besides the investment criteria, there are several other requirements which need to be fulfilled by the applicant. Those applying for Investor category must be below 65 years while those applying for Investor Plus category have no age limit. Also there is no business experience required for Investor Plus category, while for the other the applicant must have experience of minimum three years.
Other than the age criteria, the settlement fund criteria must also be fulfilled. Those who are applying for Investor category must have settlement fund amounting to NZ$ 1 million while there are no requirements of settlement funds for Investor Plus category.
Those who are looking to apply for the Long Term Business Visa category must first submit the required documents, like the ownership in the existing business, health reports, character reports, English language requirement, and few others. The most important document is the business proposal or the business plan.
This business proposal must include all the details about the type of business to be established in the nation and the other details, which can be the amount of money to be invested, or the places where the business plant will be established. With these details, there are some other details also which the business plan must have.
One must have enough funds to be able to live properly in the country. These funds are excluded from the investment made. If all the requirements are fulfilled, the New Zealand government will grant a visa for nine months which will give a chance to the applicant to establish their business. Before nine months, one must give detailed report about the business development, and then he will be given a Long Term Business Visa.
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