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How can I qualify for a Temporary Retirement Visitor Visa in New Zealand?

I want to retire in New Zealand and have heard about this temporary retirement visitor visa. How does it work? Who qualifies for this type of visa?


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  • Education Overseas Academy
    April 09, 2020

    For the Temporary Retirement Visitor Visa in New Zealand, the applicant must be at least 66 years old.  The application can include a partner. The visa provides 2 years of stay in New Zealand. You must keep at least NZ $750,000 invested in acceptable investments in NewZealand for 2 years.  You must nominate the type, location and value of the funds and/or assets you intend to invest. If you own an investment jointly with your partner, you can claim the full value of the investment, as long as you and your partner are in a recognized partnership. In addition, you must have NZ $500,000 to meet living expenses and an annual income of NZ $60,000.

  • April 09, 2020

    To be able to apply for the Temporary Retirement Visitor Visa, you need to be at least 66 years old. In addition, you must invest NZ $750,000 in New Zealand, have an additional NZ $500,000 available to live on, plus an annual income of at least NZ $60,000. The NZ $ 750.000 investment must stay in an acceptable investment in New Zealand for at least 2 years, and the Visitor Visa you will be eligible for based on this investment is also valid for two years.

  • Global Immigration Services NZ
    April 08, 2020

    New Zealand is closed at the moment and immigration is not working. This is a complicated type of application and I suggest that you obtain the services of a professional.