(附上原文參考: you have spent a lot of time in New Zealand already – 184 days or more in every year for the past two years.)
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Am I eligible for an indefinite Returning Resident’s Visa?
To be eligible you must:
- have been the principal applicant in your original residence application, or be included in a Returning Resident's Visa application by the original principal applicant.
- have held a residence permit at a time which was a minimum of two years before you apply.
- met any requirements previously imposed under section 18A of the Immigration Act.
- you have spent a lot of time in New Zealand already – 184 days or more in every year for the past two years
or one of the following ways:
- you have tax residence status here - you have spent 41 days or more in each of the two years in New Zealand and you are assessed by the Inland Revenue Department as being a resident tax payer for the past two years.
- you have acceptable investments here either as a Business Investor or in another residence category.
- you have successfully established a business here that has been trading for at least 12 months.
- you have established a base here – this depends on the time you and your family have spend here, whether you own a home, whether you have a fulltime job
參考Immigration New Zealand Website
(你不用納全額 只要補交台灣稅與NZ稅的差額)Source(s): Myself + NZ Immigration Website
- FelicityLv 61 decade ago
you have spent a lot of time in New Zealand already – 184 days or more in every year for the past two years.)
in every year 就是每一年（這是關鍵字）