Are you in a committed, genuine and stable relationship with your partner? Is your partner a New Zealand resident or citizen or holds a New Zealand temporary visa? If so, then Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd. may be able to help you come to New Zealand & live together.
This wonderful country has so much to offer couples and we want to make sure that you can experience it all together. So if you’re interested in applying for a partnership visa, read on for more information.
If you’re in a genuine and stable relationship with your partner, who can be someone of the opposite or same sex, you may be able to help you come to New Zealand together.
Relationships are valuable and treasured. You may be able to get a Partnership Based Visa if you’re in a genuine and stable relationship with your partner. A couple can get this visa regardless of whether the individuals are of the opposite sex or the same sex. A Partnership Based Visa application enables the couple to travel together to New Zealand and live together. This gives couples substantial reassurance in their new lives as they make the transition into a new country that is welcoming and diverse.
To be eligible for a partnership-based visa you must provide sufficient evidence of your relationship – its inception & progression, having joint financial commitments, sharing household duties etc. A partnership-based visa will allow you and your partner to live and work in New Zealand.
Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd. provides expert immigration-related guidance for those who are looking to begin the process of applying for a partnership-based visa. Our experienced Licensed Immigration Advisers (LIAs) will provide professional guidance, support and advice regarding the visas you may be eligible for and the right way to go about applying for a visa.
Don’t delay – if you’re in a genuine & stable relationship with your partner, Immigration Advisers New Zealand Ltd. could be the key to helping you live together in New Zealand!
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.