- This is not current policy -
BE6.1 Residence visas/permits subject to requirements (26/07/1999)
Immigration Act 1987 s 18A(1)
- Under the Employees of Relocating Businesses category, a residence visa/permit and returning resident's visa is issued or granted to a and accompanying spouse or and with requirements imposed under section 18A of the Immigration Act.
- The Employees of Relocating Businesses category requirements imposed by letter on the residence visas/permits and returning residents' visas are:
- that the permit holder is employed in the relocated business for the 24 months following the relocation of the business; and
- that the permit holder informs the nearest branch of the NZIS of any changes of New Zealand address during the 24 month employment period, and
- that, within 3 months after the expiry of the 24 month employment period the permit holder must submit suitable evidence that requirement (i) has been met.
- If a principal applicant is issued with or granted a residence visa/permit and returning resident's visa subject to requirements, the residence visa/permit and returning resident's visa of any accompanying spouse or partner and dependent children must be subject to the same requirements.
- For further information about the implications of visas/permits subject to requirements, see RA40.
BE6.1.1 Reminder from the NZIS to provide evidence that requirements have been met
Three months before the expiry of the 24-month employment period the NZIS will write to the principal applicant requesting that evidence of requirements being met be provided within 3 months after the expiry of the 24-month employment period.