Unlawful, Successful Section 61 and Partnership based Work Visa
Two years of work visa (Partner) after a successful Section 61 request. When you are unlawful, you can apply for Section 61 if you do not have a deportation order placed on you.
Often, your application could be simply refused to be considered. However, you would NEVER be given why your case officer declined your application because the officer does not have to provide any reason behind the decision.
Therefore, applying for Section 61 can be tricky. Consequently, it is important to be prepared, even over-prepared. Only then it would be considered to be assessed.
After our client's Section 61 request was approved, we engaged in preparing and submitting a Partnership based work visa application. It was approved last week after several PPIs. My client was given a 2-year work visa. We will engage to prepare and submit a resident visa.
As you would be aware, the Partnership based visa category is one of the most scrutinizing visa categories by Immigration New Zealand. The reasoning for this is because many people have abused and exploited this visa category. Please read the examples below. 1) Case 1 2) Case 2
How you prepare documents and approach to the requests by your case officer will make a huge difference. We have been quite successful in many partnership-based Visa Applications. Before you decide to engage with us for your case, please test whether your case would succeed via our service below.