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The transformation of New Zealand in 2014

January 2014, 28
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 New Zealand in 2014
New Zealand is becoming ethnically diverse as days pass by. A national census released in 2013 shows the ageing population who also contributes to the multicultural changing face of NZ. With various migrate to New Zealand plans, such as student, business as well as work visas to New Zealand, New Zealand is getting an inward flow of skilled people from all around the globe.
If the total population of New Zealand were 100, then 70 would be European by ethnicity, followed by 14 Maori and 11 Asians. Comparing this with the bigger picture now, which is the 4.2 million population of New Zealand would give a better idea of how easy it is to bump into an Indian or Chinese in your neighbourhood.
Asian community in New Zealand has doubled since 2001, both study and work visa to New Zealand has seen students applying from around the globe adding to the diversity. The major chuck of Asian students flow from India, China and other GCC countries. The immigration policies are also designed in a very tailored manner so as to make it easier for skilled labours from across the globe to access New Zealand through skilled migrant visas.
1/4th of Auckland, which is also the largest city in New Zealand, now comprised Asians. The Filipino community now makes up 1% of New Zealand’s total population; it was also observed in the census that the Filipinos have doubled over the last seven years. The easy availability of skilled migrant visa to New Zealand along with other New Zealand visas such as student visa is considered to be the key driving force behind this development. The re-build of Christchurch is where most of the projects are based and the community flocks in numbers to help with re-building the city, which was devastated after the earthquakes that occurred in 2010 as well as 2011.
The growing number of Filipinos in New Zealand also translates to better cultural and business exchanges between the two countries. A 9% growth was observed between people travelling to both the countries. This could also mean more direct airway channels between the two countries to further boost trade and tourism in the near future. The growth of New Zealand can also mean the growth of Philippines and also many other communities around the world.
A reliable Immigration New Zealand along with the onshore and offshore New Zealand Visa Consultants sweat their efforts into helping people from around the globe to be a part of this growth story, a story which is already going around the world.

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