It is very important that you choose the right consultant. The Immigration Advisers Licensing Act creates a licensing regime for individuals who provide immigration advice. It's purpose is the promotion and protection of consumer interests receiving immigration advice, and to enhance the reputation of New Zealand as a migrant destination.

A licensed Immigration Adviser will provide professional service and play a significant role in assisting and representing migrants, temporary entrants and refugee status claimants.

New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment


If you are concerned about our services at any time, let us know. We will take steps to ensure we understand your problem and that we do something about it. If the matter cannot be resolved to your satisfaction, arrange an appointment during which we will review and assess the situation and decide if or how the matter may be resolved. If a resolution remains impossible you will be requested to put your complaint formally in writing to the Director who will formally respond. If this response is not acceptable you may request for mediation by a third party, or, you may wish to make a formal complaint to:

The Registrar of the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) 
PO Box 6222 
Wellesley Street 



Walter Stone Dipl Mkt Mgmt, Dipl BMgmt, MA (Psych), COP Immigration Law and Practice (Massey) Walter has lived in worked in NZ for the past 18 years. He was the NZ Business Manager for Bristol-Meyers Squibb (NZ) Ltd with more than 13 years corporate pharmaceutical/medical experience in the NZ Health Industry.

Past Chairman NZAMI


IAA Adviser License Number 200800390

Caren Bekker - Reception

Harry Singh - Consultant

IAA Adviser License Number 201300776

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