Immigration and Migrant Workers

Woburn International are Bronze Partners of the Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce. They are the leading experts in NZ immigration, skilled migrant placements, relocation and emigration matters.

June Ranson is the owner and CEO of Woburn International and Chairperson of the NZ Association for Migration and Investment. She is heavily influential in the immigration industry and regularly interviewed in the media.

NZ Immigration Update

Current border closures pose many problems for employers who rely on skilled migrant workers. June Ranson provides the latest information and policy updates to employers.

This livestream took place on 14 July 2020.

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Recent interviews

NewstalkZB, 6 July 2020

June Ranson and Time Mackle talk with Heather du Plessis-Allan on NewstalkZB on concerns over expiring migrant visas.

Radio NZ, 6 July 2020

With thousands of temporary visas set to expire at once, bosses scramble to fill jobs. Find out more in this interview with June Ranson.

Update from June, 5 July 2020

June gives an update on the immigration and quarantining situation in New Zealand and provides information around visas and residency.

Livestream Replays on Immigration

June Ranson, CEO of Woburn International answers the latest concerns for employers on matters of immigration. The Immigration ‘pause’ button has been pressed so there are new challenges for hiring migrants when New Zealanders do not have the required skills. Learn how you can retain your migrants when their visas are expiring. What is the impact on your business of the new Immigration Bill being rushed through Parliament? This livestream took place on 12 May 2020.

In this livestream replay from 1 April 2020, June Ranson, CEO of Woburn International answers employers questions on immigration, including the wage subsidy scheme and employers responsibilities to their migrant workers.

For help or advice with immigration matters, contact the Woburn International office on 04 569 4861 or email To contact June Ranson directly call 04 569 4975 or 021 422 095.