An Immigration Adviser giving Immigration advice must be Licensed under the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007. The prime objective of this Act is to promote and secure the interests of migrants receiving immigration advice, and to enhance the reputation of New Zealand as a migrant destination.
A significant role of the Licensed Immigration Adviser is to give an appropriate and tailored immigration advice to the clients while satisfying the competency guidelines and complying with the IAA Code of Conduct. No individual is allowed to give an immigration advice without being licensed or excluded (Section 6 of IALA 2007).
Please refer to the Immigration Advisers Authority public register to find our details.