The Investor 1 Resident Visa requires you to invest NZ $10 million in New Zealand over a 3-year period, which will make you eligible to apply for New Zealand residence. A New Zealand residence will allow you to come to New Zealand with your family and enjoy our unique lifestyle.
With Investor 1 Resident Visa you can
Things to note: You might be permitted to bring your car and household belongings to New Zealand, free of customs charges.
This visa is for those who want to invest in New Zealand and become eligible for permanent residence.Source: New Zealand Immigration
To be eligible for the New Zealand Investor Visa, you must
Available Investment Options:
Applicants must lodge an application straight to Immigration New Zealand for the resident visa. There is no need to submit an expression of interest (EOI).
Step 1 – Preparing your application: Fill in your application form and send it to NZ Immigration with all your supporting evidence, application fee, and immigration levy.
Step 2 – NZ Immigration approves your application in principle: Resident visa applications can take long time to process. If there’s anything else you need to do, you will be contacted accordingly.
Step 3 – Transferring your funds to New Zealand and make your investment: Unless the NZ immigration grants you an extension, you will get 12 months to transfer your investment money and invest in a suitable investment in New Zealand. It is to be noted that your funds must go to NZ legally.
Step 4 – Residence visa granted: After the grant of your visa, NZ Immigration will check in with you to make sure you’re meeting the criteria of your visa like maintaining your funds invested and spending required amount of time in New Zealand. At the end of your three-year investment, you can apply for a permanent resident visa.Source: New Zealand Immigration
Application Fee: $ 4,960
This is the charge for Immigration New Zealand to process your application. Application fee will not be refunded if your application is declined. A non-refundable immigration levy is charged and is included in the cost.Source: New Zealand Immigration