"We are sincerely grateful for the guidance and support we received from your firm as we went through the visa process. We can't thank you enough for all of your hard work, none of this could have been possible without your help!"
Our New Zealand wife, husband and partner visa services
Partner Visa Eligibility Assessment and Initial Consultation
Many of our clients take advantage of our free initial consultation and professional assessment service to determine whether they meet the basic eligibility requirements to qualify for a residence visa. During this initial step, our team of immigration consultants will carefully consider all relevant facts and circumstances of your case, and evaluate your chances for submitting a successful application. Our professional expertise allows us to identify and prevent potential problems at the beginning of the process. Our consultants will advise you of both the strengths and weaknesses of your case so that you are well-prepared and have realistic expectations as you and your loved one go through the visa process.
During the initial consultation, our consultant will listen to your problems and concerns, explain the visa options available to you, including the advantages and disadvantages of each option, and determine the best strategies for your specific case. Our professional assessment of your individual immigration case will resolve any potential issues before they develop into potentially serious and devastating complications.
We will not agree to represent you or ask you to pay a fee unless we are confident that you meet the basic eligibility requirements to qualify for a wife, husband, or de facto partner visa to migrate to New Zealand
Collection of Form Information and Supporting Documents
Once you have hired our firm to assist you in the visa process, the next step will be for you to forward all of the relevant documentation to our office. We will send you detailed instructions explaining virtually every step of the visa process. You and your loved one will receive respective visa checklists along with samples of certain documents that we need to fill out your visa forms and to prepare your application package for submission to the appropriate government agency. Our online case management system is designed to make this preliminary step in the visa process as easy as possible. Additionally, we will call your partner to answer any questions regarding the visa process.
If your wife, husband, or partner speaks a foreign language, including Thai, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Tagalog, or Japanese we can facilitate the process for your loved one by assigning your case to one of our multilingual immigration consultants who is fluent in your partner's language. We also can provide instructions and questionnaires in these languages.
Form Preparation and Submission
Upon receiving all the necessary documentation and information from you and your partner, we will prepare your residence visa application promptly for submission to the appropriate New Zealand Embassy or Consulate. We will ensure that your application is complete to avoid unnecessary delays in the processing of your migration case. We offer same-day turnaround for the preparation of your visa application forms from the time that we receive all of your supporting documentation and personal information. We handle cases in accordance with the highest professional standards.
Our team of migration agents will make every possible effort to ensure your application is as complete, accurate, and easy to review as possible. This will encourage the adjudicating immigration officials to approve your immigration case quickly, and possibly without requiring you and/or your loved to appear for a personal "face-to-face" partner or marriage visa interview.
Preparing Your Partner for the Marriage Visa Interview
The visa interview is the most crucial step in the migration process. A significant number of wife, husband, and partner visas are delayed or rejected at this stage due to the negative outcome of the interview. During your residence visa interview, the adjudicating migration officers will ask a series of questions which will help determine the legitimacy of your marriage or partnership. Statements made during the interview will help the examiner make a final determination of eligibility.
During the visa interview, the consular officials look at each application individually and consider many different factors before reaching a decision. Inadequate preparation for the interview can result in your case being referred for additional investigation and administrative processing. While it is natural to be nervous at the interview, it should be noted that being organised and familiar with the interview process, having all of the necessary supporting documents ready will improve chances of success. The key to a successful interview is a thorough preparation.
We provide comprehensive pre-interview preparation services to ensure your partner or spouse is fully prepared for this important step in the residence visa application process and knows what to expect during the interview. If your loved one speaks Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Thai, Japanese or Tagalog, we can conduct a pre-interview briefing in any one of these languages. We will make sure your loved one has all necessary documents, and that he or she is relaxed, confident, and has an understanding of the types of questions she may be asked during the interview with the immigration officials.
Contact with New Zealand Embassy
To ensure proper and efficient processing of your residence visa application, we will communicate with the New Zealand Consulate on your behalf and keep you informed of the progress of your case throughout the entire process. This includes handling any correspondence with the New Zealand Embassy, whether through phone, e-mail, regular mail, or fax. Any information we receive about your case will be immediately passed on to you, and these updates will continue until your partner receives a visa.
Our immigration consultants monitor various government sources daily for changes in regulations that may affect the processing of family applications. You will be informed immediately of any changes to regulations and/or processing times during the application process.