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Advisory for Student’s Partners & Agents to get a Positive Outcome from INZ

Advisory for Student’s Partners & Agents to get a Positive Outcome from INZ

First Time Student Visa

There has been a flood of character concerns that have been raised by Immigration New Zealand (INZ), Delhi Branch, in the context of partners of First Time Student Visa (FSV) holders from India, who have displayed remarkable gullibility and naivety in the lodgement of their visitor/work visa applications.

Both these words suggest that these applicants have been victimized, however, while a naive person may not have realized the danger, a gullible person should have known better.

Please be advised that the use of these words, which has somehow surfaced as an excuse for making a false and misleading statement while filling up his INZ 1198 (Partnership Based Temporary Visa Application Form) and INZ 1146 (Form for Partner’s Supporting Partnership Based Temporary Visa Application), is in itself evasive in nature, and may not be bought by INZ.

Hence, it would be advisable for all Partnership Based Temporary Visa Applicants to seriously consider the long-term damage they may incur, on their chances to get united with their partners, before allowing themselves to be misrepresented and then resorting to gullibility and naivety as an excuse, which will always be open to questions by INZ.

Even the student recruitment agents who are misrepresenting these applicants are making a huge error of judgment, because not only are they losing their remunerations but also killing their chosen profession in the long run.

The following relevant links will assist the partnership based applicants and their agents in making their choices:

INZ Link: Click Here

IAA Link: Click Here

INZ Link to character requirements: Click Here

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Vandana Rai

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Vandana Rai is a Senior Licensed Immigration Adviser and has built a reputation around her rare set of skills, which could be considered ideal for her legal profession.