Welcome, Kia Ora, Gidday

Welcome everyone to my first blog post in my new role here at www.workingin-visa.com It’s been a whirlwind week for me that was broken up with a 3 day school camp with my son in the New Zealand wilderness. Much fun was had tramping through the forest and swimming under waterfalls!

We are all flat out busy at the moment planning our UK visit and I am really looking forward to meeting you in the UK during our expos in March. 2010 is going to be a great year if you are looking at emigrating down under. Australia didn’t go into recession during 2009 and New Zealand also came through the recession strongly. Things are feeling very upbeat here and even the summer weather seems to be holding on.

Even though I have been working in the immigration industry for a number of years now I am really excited by what we can offer people like you who are looking to emigrate. Their really is no other immigration company with the networks and experience of Working In and that was really important in me making my decision to join the company.

I will be updating this blog on a regular basis and giving you all sorts of useful information. I also want to hear from you so please leave your comments for me to look at. I made the move to New Zealand seven years ago with my family and we knew nobody here and had never visited when we committed to the move. It is the most life changing thing you will ever do and my advice is to make sure you do it right first time. I know what you are about to experience and you can learn from my mistakes. Believe me I made a few!

I have no regrets and we are still experiencing new things every day.  So until next time….

Ka Kite (bye for now)

Paul Goddard

www.workingin-visa.com

1 Comment on "Welcome, Kia Ora, Gidday"

  1. Hi Paul,

    My partner and I wish to emigrate to NZ. I am a part qualified Management Accountant, currently working as a Finance Manager in A Lawyers practice.

    My Partner is a fully qualified teacher with 8 years experience and is currently working as a Prison Lecturer. She has just finished a psychology diploma and has qualified to do an MSC in psychology.

    I have previously lived in NZ and my partners brother lives over there. We are desperate to get over there and our house is currently on the market.

    Can you please give us any guidance/assistance.

    Thanking you in anticipation,

    Darren

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