Relationship cases often present their own unique problems.
Relationship cases often present their own unique problems. Despite appearing to be an easy method of application there are some quite restrictive interpretations that limit the capacity of New Zealand citizens and residents to support their partners applications.
In addition, Immigration New Zealand insistence on evidence being original or certified copies in an electronic age often creates a difficulty. The stereotypical concept of couples merging their asset base can also cause problems.
Many people find comfort in having an immigration professional provide guidance and oversight as they work their way through the application process. That guidance is often invaluable when trying to juggle the balance between seeking temporary entry visas and residence at the same time.
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