166 Ranolf street, Glenholme, Rotorua
This is Aneesh and I have been in New Zealand since 2015.I am a permanent resident here and I am expecting my citizenship in two-year time.
I did my bachelor’s degree in engineering from India, and was working in middle east for almost five years. Then I realized, that’s not the life I wanted. I decided to relocate to New Zealand and I sent my wife for her post-graduation studies, since direct migration takes too long to process. Six months later I joined with her in Auckland.
We went through lot of struggles in the beginning which is normal for any immigrants. (“We don’t grow when things are easy, we grow when we face challenges.”). After that hard time, w managed to find good jobs in our filed of studies. Now I have got experience in oil and gas, Pulp and water, Water and waste water treatment industries and I am earning a decent money for my family and our life is going very smoothly.
Upon arrival I realized how awesome is to live in a country like New Zealand. It is a country so diverse and so beautiful that there is no wonder why it plants itself on the top of many travellers to do lists. There is a little something for everyone, from the great walks to the mountains, from the hot springs to the hobbits and from the beaches to the lakes. It is one of the safest countries in the world with low crime rates and least corruption.
New Zealand ranks high in the health status, income and wealth, environmental quality, public security, education and skills and there is a great deal of work life balance.
New Zealand provides world class quality education at affordable costs and qualifications are recognized internationally. One of the specialties of New Zealand student visa is that you need to pay the fees only upon the visa approval.
“All you have got to do is decide to go and hardest part is over,”
I strongly recommend you take a wise decision if you are looking for a quality life.
“Die with memories not dreams”.