Licensed Immigration Advisers (LIAs) are professionals who specialise in New Zealand Immigration law and dealing with Immigration New Zealand to help migrants and international visitors be successful with their visa
applications or other immigration matters. A LIA is sometimes called an Immigration Consultant and is authorised to do many different kinds of work related to immigration law and visa applications.
All LIAs are registered and licensed through the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA), website: www.iaa.govt.nz The IAA make sure that the quality of LIAs is high and helps clients who feel they have
not been treated well by their LIA. You can check if a LIA is actually licensed on the IAA's website, find an adviser page.
Licensed advisers will have a number so you can check details about them. Look for this logo and the advisers name and number.
Admission.NZ recommends Dan Fujikawa and Rebecca Jiang to international students.
Dan is a native kiwi who has lived in japan for many years and has taken his wife's name on marriage. He has deep understanding of east Asian culture.
Ms. Rebecca Jiang is not only a licenced immigration adviser, but a Chinese lawyer and a professor. Her excellent bilingual and legal background has made her an expert on dealing with Chinese immigration issues.
Admission.NZ 推荐Dan Fujikawa为您提供移民意见与服务。Dan Fujiakwa先生是一位真正的Kiwi，毕业于坎特伯雷大学，娶了一位日本女士，因此有了一个日本姓氏。他对于东亚文明有非常深刻的理解，成功处理过非常多的中国申请者的移民案子。