2024 Pacific Access Category & Samoa Quota Re-Opening! Apply Now!

Michael Yoon
Principal Immigration Lawyer

Pacific Access Category & Samoa Quota Opening 20 May 2024. This applies to citizens of Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Kiribati and Tuvalu. Contact Immigration Lawyer NZ for any questions.

The Pacific Access Category and Samoan Quota registrations are opening very soon, according to this NZ immigration news, a crucial moment for our Pacific neighbours. Starting this Monday, the 20th of May, the gates swing wide open for our friends from Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Kiribati, and Tuvalu, offering them a chance to grab a permanent residence ticket in our backyard.

Now, think about it—1,650 Samoan, 250 Tongan, 250 Fijian, 75 Kiribati, and 75 Tuvaluan citizens will get the green light to make New Zealand their home. But, as always, it's a lottery. Yes, a game of chance, but with life-changing stakes.

Let’s cut to the chase, the clock ticks fast on this one, folks! By the 30th of June, the window of opportunity will close. So, if you're eligible or know someone who is, now's the time to contact us to find out more about this opportunity.

This program isn’t just a token of our commitment to our Pacific neighbors; it’s a lifeline, an open door to new possibilities. It embodies our values, our recognition of the deep ties that bind us to the Pacific islands. It's about giving back, about opening our home to those who see New Zealand not just as a place on the map, but as a beacon of hope, a place to dream big.

So, let’s get the word out there. Let’s make sure that everyone who deserves a chance doesn’t miss out because they didn’t hear about it. This is about changing lives, about crafting futures together. And New Zealand, as always, stands ready to welcome the new members of our community with open arms.

That's it for now, Ka Kite Ano.

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Last modified on 18 May 2024 by
Michael Yoon
Principal Immigration Lawyer
Michael has been working as a lawyer in New Zealand since 2006. Over the years, he has successfully helped thousands of clients to get their desired outcome. Clients find Michael knowledgeable, approachable and professional — a trusted expert.
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