Simon started working directly on her case for her Partnership-Based Visa. However, Simon discovered that the client had been unlawful since 5 February 2021, so Simon submitted her Section 61 request urgently. In just two weeks, the Section 61 was granted, making her stay in NZ legal.
After sorting out her unlawful status, Simon proceeded to work on the client’s Partnership-based Work Visa. The client and Simon worked together as a team to collect all the required documents and evidence to submit to INZ. Simon ensured they had all the information so the application would not be declined again. After all their hard work, she received her successful outcome.
The client was very ecstatic with the result. However, the journey did not end there. She engaged once again with Simon for her Partnership-based Resident Visa.
Working on her resident visa was not as complicated as when they were working on her Section 61 and Work Visa. Simon already got all the required information and details, and everything went smoothly. Simon was able to submit the application to INZ without any issues. And finally, a total of 18 months after the client first reached out to us, she received her Partnership-based Resident Visa! It was a long and arduous journey but like always, Simon did not back out from the challenge of helping his client achieve her dreams.
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.
Partner Visa Assessment
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