Once you’ve lived in New Zealand for a significant period of time, there are a lot of chances that you might want to be a permanent resident of the country. There is no denying the fact that New Zealand is a marvellous place to live. Apart from the great standard of living, the country offers numerous opportunities and quite a range of benefits to its citizens. They incorporate the privilege to travel freely abroad and return on a New Zealand passport, full access to educational scholarships, and also full access to economic rights that are saved for New Zealanders.
There are two possible ways by which you can get the New Zealand Citizenship Visa. These are:
If you were born overseas then you can qualify for this Visa category only if, one of your parents is a New Zealand Citizen.
Generally, this is the most common way by which migrants get New Zealand Citizenship Visa.
As of now, the Department of Internal Affairs has lately come up with an online service for people wishing to apply for Citizenship by Grant. But, this service is currently open to only individual adults (groups, children, and families will be considered later).