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Hi all who have helped me on this thread just wanted to say thanks again for the help. My wife and kids and me got here about three weeks ago and got a nice little house in Te Awamutu. So no just trying to get to grips with every thing but again cheers

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A very good friend of mine (Richard Gregan) is an emigration specialist to NZ. Thoroughly decent bloke. He'll happily give you lots of advice about the actual process of making it happen.

 

Emigrate to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA | Visa Services

 

Cheers for the help but we're acutely here now some how. But still having to sort out the next lot of visa so that could be a help cheers

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Small world. Te awamutu is where we first stayed with my dads aunt and uncle when we first arrived in 2005. It can be really humid there in summer. I remember seeing my first decent gingkos in a park there.

 

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Small world. Te awamutu is where we first stayed with my dads aunt and uncle when we first arrived in 2005. It can be really humid there in summer. I remember seeing my first decent gingkos in a park there.

 

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It is a small old world I've working with some one from who lived in the same area as me in the U.K. and new the same people but we had never meet! Yeah it's crazy there total different crown spread and the growth rates mad!

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Geographically for us nz is big. But it's like a uk county population wise. You can name drop around nz and it's not long before so and so knows so and so.

The other way they think London is everything over here.

 

"Where's that then is it near London?" Etc

 

 

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Geographically for us nz is big. But it's like a uk county population wise. You can name drop around nz and it's not long before so and so knows so and so.

The other way they think London is everything over here.

 

"Where's that then is it near London?" Etc

 

 

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Or people here who think you know people in England because you're from England. I was actually asked once; do you know such and such? He's from England.

 

 

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Did you know him Ian?

 

 

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Name rang a bell but couldn't be certain

 

Oddly enough though, quoted a job in Auckland for a woman that was 1 year ahead of me at school in my hometown!

 

 

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