The moment our firm received this case, we knew we had to help. This man arrived in New Zealand full of dreams for his future but that dream was shattered when he became a victim of domestic violence. Fortunately, with the help of some concerned friends, they found our firm to help him with his immigration status.
During their meeting, Simon, our principal adviser and CEO, learned about the situation and decided that he would help him. Simon wanted to be able to help this man take back control of his life and move forward. Without hesitation, our team jumped into action and went to work looking for the best solution for his visa situation.
The client and Simon worked on the application for a Domestic Violence Resident Visa. However, the application faced some complications due to its nature, which was why it was taking longer time before it gets approved.
The current visa of the client, which was a work visa, was about to expire. Simon got notified of this, and that was why he had to apply for an urgent Work Visa which was thankfully approved the same day.
It’s still a long journey for the client, but the approval of his Work Visa gave him peace of mind and a renewed motivation to push through.