Amazing new Life

Hi Sharon,

Lovely to hear from you! O yes, we have settled in nicely.  Feels like we have come home.  The children have adjusted exceptionally well and quick. My son is already speaking English with a Kiwi accent!  Too adorable,  He also did extremely well at his rugby club this year. Got player of the day awards, player of the month & was chosen at the end of the season as his teams rugby player of the year.  We are so proud.  They are really just flourishing!  Mia has also adjusted better at school here then she did in South Africa.  She just loves her teacher & has made a lot of friends real quick.

Our container also arrived at our house this morning, so everything is falling in to place nicely.  Thanks for the update on the residency.

It is spring, but still feels like winter some days. We had a couple of cold days the last 2 weeks. Struggling in the evenings though to get the children to bed. It only starts getting dark around 8:30pm & the kids are like, why do they have to go to bed, it isn’t even dark yet!!!

We love our new life here in Christchurch.  Words are not enough to describe how wonderful it is & how extremely happy and fortunate we are to be here.  Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts for all your help and assistance. Without you guys we would have never been able to be here & have this amazing new life.

Have a lovely day.

Kind Regards,


The Best news

Hi Sanjeev,

That is the best news ever. Thank you so, so much. We are beyond thrilled.

Have a great weekend.

Regards Carrie

a thousand thanks

Hi Sharon,

A thousand thanks, Sharon, for your sensational news!!!! PR granted in such a short time – Is this a record?

Yes, we received your mails. Unfortunately we were busy with a ‘planning session’ and not near any computers until this morning. When Ilona opened her email at the breakfast table there were a few moments of silence while we let the good news sink in; then very gradually the magnitude of the event and the relief began to take hold. The solemnity of the occasion prevented any exuberant outburst, but the joy is profound indeed; matched only by our gratitude to you and your team for everything you’ve done to get us this far. I don’t want to gush, but you will hear more of our appreciation in future mails.

It is an interesting state of emotional existence – where one appears able to feel joy and horror almost simultaneously. Amidst the euphoria of our PR, I certainly felt anguish and empathy when I read of your cousin surviving a hijack attempt, but being shot in the leg a week later. My instinctive reaction was to express gratitude that it wasn’t worse and to hope that the bullet passed through muscle tissue and that it missed any bones. However, I know that the trauma (both physical and emotional) will be deep and long lasting; and will take considerable effort to rise above it. I fervently hope that he and his family are able to remove themselves to a place of greater safety. Catastrophically, the numbers of victims of this savagery continue to grow at an alarming pace. I agree with you that there appears to be no solution and the downward spiral of the situation in general seems to be steepening.

You, Ian and family are in our thoughts as well, especially with the increase in crime and unrest in your area. We fervently hope you’re able, not only to stay safe, but to enjoy a good quality of life. With the current situation in SA, it is to be expected that there will be an increase in numbers of people wanting to emigrate – and a commensurate increase in desperation. You will probably be very busy with new clients, but I hope we don’t lose contact.

I shall let you get on with your work by wishing you a successful Friday, a great weekend – and may your team win on Saturday

Yours in appreciation

Alan and Ilona


HI Sharon,

Oh my goodness, thank you for the wonderful news!
I am so grateful for all your assistance.

I am quite confident that we would have been able to do the whole process on our own without the use of an agent BUT it would have taken us far longer, with far more stress, with less confidence and would likely have given up half the way through this immigration!

We are grateful for the confident, competent and prompt help, advice and service you have delivered to us.

I will email our details through tomorrow.

Thanking you and your team.
Inge (and Werner and Morgan)


Hi Sharon.


Thank you for the wonderful news.


You will never know how much we appreciate all your hard work and help.

You made this immigration process a pleasure.

Thank you to everyone who made this possible for us.


We are extremely happy here.

Eddie have a wonderful job and had his first raise a month ago.

I’m working as a health support worker at the moment while I’m looking for another job.

The children is doing exceptionally well at school and they are so happy. They adapted so well – as if nothing ever changed.

New Zealand is an amazing place, everything works so well. And its the most beautiful place.


Thank you once again for everything


Best regards