Surrogates and intended parents both entitled to paid parental leave

Surrogates and intended parents both entitled to paid parental leave Ryken and Associates has confirmed with the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and Inland Revenue (IRD) that both surrogates and intended parents are eligible for paid parental leave, where they meet the standard eligibility criteria. MBIE and IRD have confirmed that the Parental … Read moreSurrogates and intended parents both entitled to paid parental leave

Surrogacy & Egg Donor Seminar – Auckland 10 February 2019

Surrogacy & Egg Donor Seminar – Auckland 10 February 2019 By: Stewart Dalley Stewart Dalley will be presenting on the legal aspects of international and domestic surrogacy at the Families Through Surrogacy seminar in Auckland on 19 February 2019. http://www.familiesthrusurrogacy.com/aust-nz-surrogacy-egg-donor-seminars-feb-2019/ Families Through Surrogacy is a global non-profit which provides education to donors, surrogates and intended … Read moreSurrogacy & Egg Donor Seminar – Auckland 10 February 2019

Recent changes to immigration laws: Implications for hospitality employers

This article first appeared in October 2017 issue of Hospitality Insights Vol 1, No 1, Inaugural issue. Immigration New Zealand (INZ) recently announced changes to the skilled migrant residence and essential-skills work visas based on a strong association between skills and salary. This shift will impact both employers and migrants, especially in hospitality. According to the INZ, … Read moreRecent changes to immigration laws: Implications for hospitality employers