Feb 7, 2024

Employer Webinar – Ready for Accreditation Renewals?

As you may know, New Zealand Immigration policy requires companies to renew their Accreditation status. The first tranche of accredited employers are up for this renewal in the coming months, with others to follow.

If you want to continue employing or retaining overseas staff, this is a crucial webinar for you.

Our team will highlight how to prepare now to ensure a smooth and successful renewal process for your business.

Avoid the sudden rush and backlog of applications that will occur mid-year and get ahead now!

Join our webinar to learn:

  1. How to navigate the complex process of Accreditation renewals to reduce pressure on your business
  2. The latest immigration developments and how to ensure your applications are prepared correctly the first time, avoiding potential mistakes and delays
  3. Insights and tips around renewals from our Licensed Immigration Advisers
  4. How to make a strong case to INZ that your business can and does meet the requirements for accreditation and renewal

Our expert team process employer accreditations every day. We know how to demonstrate your commitment to compliance with Immigration law and get your renewals approved.

Put your organisation in the best possible position and join our key speakers for this important session.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Click here to register


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