This client first approached our firm for the Section 61 application for her partner. The said partner had been unlawful for many years, and she hoped we could help him obtain a visa.
She found our website and booked a phone consultation with Simon, our CEO. During the consultation, it was disclosed by the client that her partner had the intention of applying for a Partnership-Based Work Visa, as she was an NZ resident. After being given the details of the client’s situation, Simon informed the of ways how they could approach the case.
The client and her partner were very happy with the outcome. They were certain they would engage with Simon again for the following Partnership-based Resident Visa.
As soon as they had the requirements ready, they requested a new letter of engagement from Simon for the Partnership-based Resident Visa application. Since Simon dealt with the client’s current visa, he already had most of the information and documents required to submit the application.
They were able to apply without any issues by working together as a team. After a couple of months, the client received a successful outcome. Her partner can now stay with her in New Zealand as a resident. Note: The client and Simon never once met in person and conducted all communications through our advanced IT system. It was due to the restrictions on travelling and meetings because of Covid-19. However, when the restrictions got lifted, our firm decided to continue the no face to face meeting policy after we found out it was more practical and efficient.
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.