新西兰艺人工签 Entertainers Work Visa New Zealand
飞出国：演艺人员，获得新西兰娱乐，音乐，电影，电视产业等产业雇主的 job offer 可以申请该 Entertainers Work Visa New Zealand 。
If you have special skills that can’t be met by New Zealand’s own entertainment industry, you may be able to come to New Zealand to work on a specific film, video or production. We’ll need your employer to provide details about your New Zealand engagement when you apply. If you need more time to complete your work, you can apply for another visa as long as you still meet all the criteria.
Overview - Entertainers Work Visa New Zealand - flyabroad
DURATION For the time requested to do the work you’re in New Zealand for, and a short grace period to allow you to return home
With this visa you can - Entertainers Work Visa New Zealand - flyabroad
- Come to New Zealand to work in the entertainment, music, film or television industries for a limited time.
- Work for the specific employer on the specific production you’ve applied to come to New Zealand for.
Things to note - Entertainers Work Visa New Zealand - flyabroad
- If you’re part of an approved arts or music festival or high-end music act, you may be able to come to New Zealand on a visitor visa instead.
- If you’re under 18, your parent or legal guardian will need to sign your application for you.
- You can’t include your partner or dependent children in your visa application, but they can apply for visas based on their relationship to you.
Entertainment work - Entertainers Work Visa New Zealand - flyabroad
You must have an offer of entertainment work
Your employer must complete a ‘Supplementary Form’ providing details of your engagement, including:
- the length of time you need to be in New Zealand to do your work
- a schedule describing the work you need to do in New Zealand
- a guarantee that they’ll cover the costs of your accommodation, living expenses and return home
- their reasons for not hiring a New Zealander to do the work, and evidence to support those reasons.
Your employer’s reasons for bringing you to New Zealand can include any one of the following, that:
- you’re of international distinction or merit, or particular ethnic significance, or essential to the presentation or production
- your employment doesn’t put the employment New Zealander entertainment industry workers at risk, unless the wider benefits from your employment outweigh those risks
- they considered hiring New Zealander workers for the work.