Temporary visas

These visas give applicants the right to work, study or visit New Zealand for the period and under the conditions specified in the visa. These visas are mostly a step on the way to a resident visa for those who do not want or cannot go through the full process of the resident visa in the initial stage.

Listed below is a short summary of the various types of Temporary that New Zealand has to offer.

BRAIN MOBILITY service are aligned with these visa categories.



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New Zealand working Holiday

The working holiday scheme allows young tourists aged 18 to 30 to travel through New Zealand with the ability to work on the side to support their trip and pay for ongoing costs while they enjoy New Zealand.

Work Visa

If you have a skill occupation and an offer of a skilled employment from a New Zealand employer then you can apply for a general New Zealand work visa.

Work To Residance

Work to residence is initially a temporary work visa that can be used as a step towards gaining residence and settling here permanently.

Student Visa

All International students or prospective students must apply for a student visa in order to study or attend school in New Zealand.

Visitor Visa

If you are not from a visa waiver country and planning your holiday in New Zealand, or wish to visit family and friends, then you required issuing a New Zealand visitor’s visa.