Successful case - Religious Worker Work Visa with a medical condition
Immigration Trust has been working with an ethnic community association in New Zealand to bring a priest for the community. We have also been a go-to immigration advisor to bring their musicians for the annual festival as well.
It can be not very easy when the priest in the home country may not speak good English, and also some of the documental evidence may not even exist.
Immigration Trust provides our clients with our Portal. With this technology, he could upload documents from his home country and be advised by his supporting organisation in New Zealand.
The association president sought advice on why he would facilitate a better way to recruit the priest, and Simon offered his suggestion for a better transition of priests.
This particular case had a bit of an issue with the priest's health condition, which has been adequately addressed, and the visa was approved the second time.
At the same time, we managed his wife's Partner of a Worker Work visa application, which was also approved.
If you represent your community and want to bring your priests and/or musicians from your home country, try our free assessment below to have a chat with Simon, our CEO, for the ongoing relationship.