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Greetings from New Zealand's Information Network!

Greetings from New Zealand's Information Network!

Our immigration division at www.nz-immigration.co.nz has been busy writing up a storm with even MORE new information for migrants and long standing New Zealanders a like to read up on! We have been listening to your feedback and are pleased to offer additional informative resources to help provide a better understanding of New Zealand.

Our new Employment section is proving very popular with visitors, so much so that we have now added a new section called Job Sites where you will find links to what we believe are New Zealand's leading job, career and employment Websites. If you are looking for a job in New Zealand then we suggest you visit our Job Sites section at www.nz-employment.co.nz/employment/job-sites.html

Business, government and the law are integral aspects of everyday life for people in any country, including New Zealand. Our new Business section aims to educate and explain the different forms of business in New Zealand, the New Zealand Stock Exchange and the sometimes-confusing area of business tax. You can check out these articles plus information on NZ organizations aimed at helping people in the early stages of setting up a business at http://www.nz-business.co.nz/business/

Everyone should have some basic knowledge of New Zealand government and the law. For this reason we have created a new section that provides a clearer understanding of our national government, the electoral process plus extensive information on tax residency, the law in New Zealand, your rights and the role of the New Zealand Police at http://www.nz-government.co.nz/government/

Remember to keep visiting our Immigration Division as this site promises to continue providing quality, informative advice, articles and guidelines for professionals interested in becoming residents of New Zealand, and to find out more about our personalized Immigration Packs go to http://www.nz-immigration.co.nz/do-it-yourself-pack.html

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