Citizenship-by-Investment New Zealand
Citizenship-by-investment New Zealand offers visa free travels to 170 countries. Generally, there are two different streams leading to citizenship-by-investment in New Zealand:
- an investment of at least NZ $3 million over a 4 year period or
- NZ $10 million over a 10 year period.
New Zealand Migration International are offering extensive and competent consultancy services in the areas of citizenship-by-investment in New Zealand.
About New Zealand
New Zealand is essentially comprised of two islands – the North Island and the South Island (which are separated by the Cook Strait). In addition, there are roughly 600 small islands belonging to New Zealand. New Zealand’s capital city is Wellington, which is on the southern area of the North Island, and the most populous city is Auckland.
New Zealand’s annual temperature range is 5 ℃ to 15 ℃ throughout the year. The United Nations estimates that the population is 4,705,818 in 2017. English is the official language.
Primary language: English
Timezone: UTC + 12 / 13
Total land size: 103,500 square miles
Currency: New Zealand Dollar
Government: Unitary parliamentary representative democracy
Economy: Food and dairy exports mainly as well as tourism and wine
Nominal GDP: $36,260
Temperatures: 10C to 24C
New Zealand consists of the main North Island and South Island as well as about 600 smaller islands. It is located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean, around 1500 kilometers from Australia. The closest distance between the two main islands is 22 kilometers.
The most populated city is Auckland, but New Zealand’s capital is Wellington, which is in the south of the North Island. The country is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy.
The average temperature in the north is 16°C while it’s 10°C in the south. New Zealand gets a lot of sunshine with between 1400 and 2500 hours of sunshine per year depending on location. In some parts of the South Island and also in the mountains snowfall is common. There are 18 mountain peaks with an altitude of more than 3000 meters. The North Island has less mountains than the South Island, but it is marked by volcanoes. There is a high biodiversity both of plants and of animals in New Zealand.
Around 74% of the New Zealand residents can be ethnically identified as European.
New Zealand attracts immigrants not only because of the beautiful nature and about 15000 km of coastline, but also because it always ranks high in the international comparisons of education, economic freedom, health and quality of life. In 2016, New Zealand ranked third in the Index of Economic Freedom and 13th in the Human Development Index. In the same year, Auckland took rank 3 and Wellington rank 12 in the Mercer Quality of Living Survey.
The main language is English, but Māori and the New Zealand Sign Language are also official languages.
The economy is mainly based on the export of food and dairy, but New Zealand also has a large tourism and wine industry. The income in New Zealand is high with a GDP of US $ 36,254 per capita.