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.
Business and investor visas allow people who can contribute to New Zealand’s economy to live in New Zealand. You can do this by investing in a New Zealand business or government bonds, or if you have the right business experience, by buying or setting-up your own business in New Zealand (NZ).
If you are an experienced businessperson who is interested in being self-employed in your own business, Immigration New Zealand’s entrepreneur visas could be suitable for you. Most people start out on an Entrepreneur Work Visa, which allows them and their family to move to New Zealand and buy or establish a business. After either six months or two years you can then apply for residence under the Entrepreneur Residence Category. For more information please visit the Immigration New Zealand website.
The Investor Visa (Investor 1 Category)
If you have NZ $10 million to invest in New Zealand over a 3-year period you can apply for New Zealand residence. If you are granted residence you can come to New Zealand with your family and enjoy our unique lifestyle. For more information please visit the Immigration New Zealand website.
The Investor Visa (Investor 2 Category)
Experienced business people who have a minimum of NZ $3 million in available funds or assets can apply for New Zealand residence. Before you can apply, you need to submit an Expression of Interest to Immigration New Zealand telling them about your business experience, investment and settlement funds. If your Expression of Interest is successful Immigration New Zealand will invite you and your partner and dependent children to apply for New Zealand residence.
For more information please visit the Immigration New Zealand Website: www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas