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Immigration

South Koreans can visit New Zealand for up to three months without a visa, however they will require one to work or to do business here . Immigration New Zealand is responsible for issuing visa’s to people who want to work, set up a business or invest in New Zealand.[…]

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Kiwi Lingo

New Zealand is a bilingual country and Te Reo is our other national language. It’s not as widely spoken as English but you might hear some of these words come up in conversation…

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What Is The New Zealand Language?

As one of the last nations to be established, New Zealand has a diverse number of languages used by its population. The three official New Zealand languages are English, Maori and New Zealand Sign Language. “Official languages” means that people have the right to use theses languages in legal proceedings,[…]

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Koreans falling in love with Pure New Zealand charm

New Zealand is becoming a favourite destination for travellers from the Republic of Korea and visitor numbers are set to increase with the launch of a new Pure New Zealand online promotion. In the past year the percentage of travellers coming to New Zealand to holiday from the Republic of[…]

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Work and study options for Koreans

ENZ teamed up with Air New Zealand to host a seminar in South Korea last month, advising young Koreans about travel, work and study options in New Zealand – particularly English Language (ELS) and tertiary programmes. Held at the CGV Cine Library in Seoul, the seminar was aimed at young[…]

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ENZ explores new models of education fairs in Korea

ENZ Korea is exploring new ways to promote New Zealand international education in-market and enjoyed its first success recently. On 19 February, ENZ Korea staff participated in the 2nd annual FPP EduExpo, in Seoul, where they engaged with a large number of students interested in studying in New Zealand. The[…]

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Free Trade Agreement Between Korea And New Zealand

New Zealand has a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the Republic of Korea (Korea) that allows originating goods traded between the two countries to enter at preferential duty rates. This fact sheet is a general guide on the rules of origin for goods traded between the two countries under the[…]

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