How Is Life in New Zealand?

New Zealand has become a popular immigration destination for thousands of people throughout the world. There are many reasons why people immigrate to New Zealand and most of them tend to be associated with its high standard of living. For example, the Mercer international human resources firm ranked Auckland #3 and Wellington #12 for quality of life in its 2015 assessment of 230 cities around the globe. New Zealand is also one of the most beautiful countries on Earth, famous for its sunny beaches, lush green forests, snow-capped peaks and many outdoor activities.

shutterstock_8640898Jobs in New Zealand tend to pay well, helping to make New Zealanders (also known as “Kiwis”) some of the most prosperous people on the planet. In 2015, the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report declared New Zealand to be the #2 richest country in the world, with the average net wealth of New Zealand residents an amazing $400,800 USD.

New Zealand is also a peaceful place to live, rated as the #4 safest country in the 2015 Global Peace Index. Furthermore, the OECD ranked New Zealand #1 in the world for health status in its 2015 Better Life Index. It is not surprising that the 2016 United Nations “World Happiness Report” considered New Zealand to be the 8th happiest country on Earth!

Many people who want to immigrate to New Zealand contact the New Zealand Visa Expert company. New Zealand Visa Expert works with an immigration adviser who is licensed by the New Zealand Immigration Adviser’s Authority (IAA) and is authorized to provide professional services for immigration to New Zealand.

Services include an expert New Zealand immigration assessment and personalized guidance throughout the New Zealand visa application procedure, plus New Zealand Visa Expert collaborates with a recruitment firm to help clients find jobs in New Zealand. In short, the New Zealand Visa Expert team makes New Zealand immigration as easy as possible for its clients.

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