We are not able to recommend a licensed Immigration Adviser or Agent you can use.
You can access the list of Licensed Immigration Advisers to make your selection at the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) Website.
The Immigration Advisers Authority have also put together a guide to help you access immigration advice, and to let you know what you can expect from a Licensed Immigration Adviser.
This guide is available in English, Chinese, Samoan and Tongan.
You are not required by Immigration New Zealand to have an agent or representative to apply for any visa.
We treat all applicants equally and we do not provide preferential service to applicants with an Adviser.
If you decide to use the services of an Immigration Adviser, then your Adviser must be licensed or exempt under the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act from 4th May 2009 (4th May 2010 for offshore advisers).
You can find out more detailed information on the licensing issue from Immigration Advisers Authority.
This answer was last updated on 19 February, 2013.
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