新西兰企业家工签投资要求 Minimum capital investment - Entrepreneur Work Visa
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You must show us that you’re able to make a capital investment of at least NZ $100,000
You must provide evidence you have:
- the funds and/or assets to make the capital investment outlined in your business plan
- you have enough money to support yourself and any family who are coming to New Zealand with you, on top of your capital investment.
You must provide evidence that the funds and/or assets you intend to use for your capital investment are:
- owned by you (or you and your partner)
- earned or acquired lawfully.
Evidence you own the funds and/or assets to invest may include:
- bank statements
- title deeds
- property valuations
- share certificates
- business ownership documents
- asset valuations.
Evidence you earned or acquired the funds and/or assets lawfully, may include:
- tax returns or certificates
- pay slips
- business financial statements
- business shareholdings
- receipts for property sales
- bank certificates
- share trading profits
- evidence of gifted money
- probate and other evidence of inherited money.
We may waive this requirement for businesses in science, ICT, or other high-value export industries that show a high level of innovation or high growth prospects in the short-term.
Your funds and/or assets can’t be borrowed or have a loan or bond against them.
It’s OK if you invested funds that were gifted to you, as long as they were gifted unconditionally and earned or acquired lawfully.
If you own an investment jointly with someone who isn’t your partner or dependent child, you can nominate the value of your share for your capital investment.
Capital investments exclude:
- passive or speculative investments, like reserve funds or term deposits
- items for your own use, like your car, boat or home
- any salary or wages paid to you or your immediate family
- residential property investments, unless they’re part of the business plan.
If your nominated funds are already in New Zealand, you must provide evidence that they were originally transferred to New Zealand through the banking system.