Did not declare previous visa declines & more complication
A client used our paid phone consultation with Simon. Her case sounded complicated, and she seemed very stressed. She failed to declare her previous student visa to another country was declined in all of her New Zealand visa applications. Also, other complications we can not discuss openly.
Since she engaged with us, we prepared her application together. We submitted her application last year October, and her case officer was allocated in January this year. Considering it is for Partnership based Resident Visa, it was a speedy allocation. We believe it was due to submitting a complete application.
As you all agree, submitting applications can be the easiest part. As soon as the case officer was allocated, we received 8 requests from the case officer, to be precise, it was 3 PPIs and 5 requests for further information and clarification. Each time, Simon worked with her, prepared the response in time, and then followed another PPI. It took seven months before finally her resident visa was approved today.
Nowadays, the case officers for Partnership based resident visa applications have been issuing PPIs until they are 100% pleased with the credibility of the evidence applicants provide.
Therefore, although you could prepare and submit the application yourself, remember the real challenge starts from when your case officer is allocated. Please do not surprised and depressed even if you were issued with multiple PPIs, as it seems normal nowadays.
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.