This client first contacted us for his Section 61 request. The story revolves around a father who had to make a sacrifice to stay in New Zealand after falling in love with an NZ resident and starting a family. However, due to Covid-19 restrictions, he was unable to resolve his visa status and was left being unlawful. With nobody else to support his wife and newborn son, he chose to stay in New Zealand and make sacrifices for their well-being.
With Simon at the helm, our client's unlawful issue became a thing of the past due to his successful Section 61. It's always a relief when a sticky situation can be sorted out promptly and professionally, and that's exactly what our firm delivered.
With the success of this first hurdle, Simon and the team got straight to work on securing our client's Partner-based Work Visa. As the backbone of our organization, Simon oversees every aspect of our work, ensuring that we always put our clients first. And with results like these, it's no wonder why so many people trust us with their immigration needs.
It's a moment of pure euphoria when you get the news you've been waiting for, the confirmation that your visa has been approved and you can finally start your new life. For our client, the wait was not long at all. With the help of our team led by Simon, his Partnership-Based Work Visa was approved. The client was overjoyed with the result as he was inching a step closer to being a resident of New Zealand with beloved family.
Words cannot describe his joy and excitement when Simon broke the news to him. Seeing our clients happy and satisfied is the biggest reward for us, especially when we can make something possible that they thought was impossible.
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.
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