Hi. If someone from overseas purchases a share of a property (residential business) what are the requirements for settling in NZ.
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New Zealand law is very liberal about permitting overseas residents to buy land. But getting permits is another level of difficulty. There are a wide range of permits depending on your circumstances. There are work permits,residency applications and others. Without knowing anything about your background, I have placed a link to the immigration website.http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant/ It may be that you qualify under the investor categories so I suggest you start with those, and I would be happy to answer any follow-up questions.
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