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Immigrating to Auckland, New Zealand?
The Auckland Jewish Immigration (AJI) is a volunteer immigration
organisation working under the auspices of the Auckland Hebrew
We offer full information on immigration procedures
and free advice on:
- Business and jobs
All these free services are available to you in one hit
by contacting us.
The Auckland Jewish Immigration is the only officially sanctioned
website representing the Auckland Hebrew Congregation. If
you want to tap into the heart of New Zealand's biggest Jewish
congregation click here.
Who is the Auckland Jewish Immigration?
The AJI (Auckland Jewish Immigration) is a voluntary organization
and our services are free. One of its key objectives is to
welcome, settle and help integrate newly arrived families
not only into the congregation but also into the broader community
irrespective of affiliation. The only condition is that you
become a member of the basic associations that are fundamental
and essential to our community's welfare.
One of the purposes of the AJI is to bolster the numbers
of members to strengthen and enrich the future of the AHC
(Auckland Hebrew Congregation). If you qualify and are prepared
to join our congregation as a member of the AHC, we will do
all we can to smooth the way for you to be able to immigrate.
Since 2001 we have helped over 2100 people immigrate to New
The AHC has been established in Auckland for over 150 years.
It is a warm, caring, closely knit congregation with a wide
range of organizations and activities, and would welcome potential
new members as part of its extended congregational family.
For more information and to see whether you qualify, please
go to the Requirements web
Auckland - your city
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within glistening harbours, surrounded by lush forests and
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You can save up to $10,000 NZ dollars, and sometimes more,
with our AJI free partnership immigration service
$10,000 fee is the going rate if you engage an Immigration
consultant to process the work for you. With the AJI Partnership
it’s free - no hidden costs – all you pay is fees to
the Immigration Department.
Once the AJI has established your qualifications/work experience
and other immigration related requirements, we will tell you
if, under normal circumstances, you should go ahead with your
applications to immigrate.
From then on, if you go ahead, we will guide you at your
own speed step by step through the process. It is a partnership
that should lead to a successful settlement outcome.
300 families have settled in New Zealand through the AJI
Assistance with Jewish Students to Auckland
Are you a Jewish student living outside New
Zealand? Have you considered studying in Auckland, a vibrant
South Pacific city of 1,400,000 people? More
New Zealand Immigration Advisers Licence
Stanley Ishia Rose
Adviser no. 200901789
The Auckland Jewish Immigration chairman Stan Rose has been
granted a licence to operate as a New Zealand Immigration
Adviser (Adviser number 200901789). Whilst the Registration
has to be issued to a specific person and not an organisation,
never the less it consolidates the AJI as the premier Jewish
Immigration organisation in New Zealand. Click
here to view the certificate.
Migrants seeking immigration advice need to be aware that
it is now illegal for anyone in New Zealand to provide this
advice without a licence from the Immigration Advisers Authority,
unless they are exempt from the licensing requirements. People
who are exempt from licensing include Citizens Advice Bureaux
staff and volunteers, Community Law Centre staff and volunteers,
Members of Parliament and their staff, practising lawyers
and Immigration New Zealand staff. Migrants seeking advice
from licensed immigration advisers should look out for the
special trademark (pictured), which only licensed advisers
Finding Your First Job
An AJI 65 page booklet written by Stan Rose is now posted
on the internet. The booklet is in Manual reference form based
on assisting an arriving immigrant endeavouring to secure
their first job.
The booklet is exclusive to AJI assisted migrants who will
require a password to access the site. This site is only available
by application to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the enquirer's personal
AJI file number.
If you wish to receive the outstanding AJI
quarterly newsletter and are not on our database to receive
it, please CLICK
HERE and supply your full name and email address.
You can cancel at any time and your details will remain confidential.
The AJI is a unique exclusive Jewish Immigration Advisory
You want to immigrate but how do you get started? There are
two main considerations -
- Engage a registered Immigration Consultant - Cost anything
up to $12,000 nz
- Negotiate the immigration process yourself
If it is to be item 2-then contact us how our free partnership
Immigration and Settlement service works.
This step by step immigration service will be dependant for
a successful outcome for you to carry out our advice through
the Immigration process.
We will also be totally honest with you if you are unlikely
to have your Immigration application accepted.
Stan admitted to the NZAMI
Stan Rose representing the AJI as of the 16 June became a
full member of the all important NZAMI (New Zealand Association
for Migrant and Investment). As with the Adviser application
and appointment this membership requested
a waver of fees and/or subscriptions as a Not-For Profit organisation.
What was particularly pleasing signed by Robert Liang Chair
of the Membership committee and Director of the Board of NZAMI
as a non Jewish organisation were his comments :
“We acknowledge your effort to help the community voluntarily
while AJI being a non profit organisation.”
The NZAMI is a powerful and influential organisation in the
world of New Zealand Immigration working continuously with
the Government on all Immigration issues. It will also open
the door to a great deal of relative updated information,
seminars with lead speakers and an opportunity to meet many
Professional Immigration Consultants on a personal footing.
Commitments and responsibilities
as a licensed adviser under the auspices of the Immigration
Complaints procedure - Any
enquirer who wished to register a complaint has on request
the right to a copy of the complaints procedures as
required under the Advisers Authority. These complaints
must be strictly connected with advice with regard to
immigration procedures. The complainant will of course
be free to refer the matter for consideration under
section 9 of the code of conduct to The Registrar, Advisers
Authority, PO Box 6222, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141,
New Zealand. Email: email@example.com, Phone: +64 9 925
Code of conduct
As an appointed immigration adviser the AJI is bound
by a detailed code of conduct document which commits
the adviser to a moral code of ethics that they must
strictly adhere to. The code of conduct can be viewed
If any enquirer feels that they would like to request
any part of that code of conduct which may be of concern
to them they can on request receive a copy of the relative
section of the code of conduct documentation.
|"I wanted to thank you again for your help when
I first arrived and for all of the people you connected
me with. After meeting more and more people in the community,
I have started to get involved in the Auckland University
Jewish Association and I am currently organizing a sporting
day." Eyal K
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