Our Services

While some visa applications are simple and straightforward, some people may need the support of an immigration adviser to confirm that they meet the criteria. Others may have health and character issues. If you want to include your partner and dependent children, you will also need to provide evidence to meet the relevant requirements, which may be complicated. Let us help you. We can guide you through the steps and take away your stress in the application process.

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Free Initial Consultation

Fill out the Contact Us form to let us know how we can help. This service is free and based on the information you gave us we will give you a broad overview of visa options or what you need to do to address your concerns.

Full Eligibility Assesment

We will conduct a thorough assessment of your circumstances through a 30-minute interview followed by a questionnaire. A detailed written report will be provided to you that includes your eligibility for a visa against relevant immigration instructions, an outline of visa options and pathways and what you need to do to meet the respective requirements. The fee can be deducted from visa application service fees if you choose to engage us in your visa application.

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Visa Applications

We take away your stress by representing you in the whole visa application process, from filling out the forms, compiling supporting evidence and documents, to communicating with immigration officers until a decision is made on your visa application.

Responding to PPI Letters

You will receive a Potentially Prejudicial Information (PPI) letter if Immigration New Zealand believes there is information that may negatively impact your visa application. You will be given the opportunity to comment before a decision is made.  We can assess your situation and help you write a response that address the issues so as to maximize your success in the application.

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Section 61 Request

If you become unlawful, i.e. do not leave New Zealand before your visa expires, but have not received a deportation order, and you believe that you have a special case, we can help you make a request under Section 61. If your request is approved, you will be issued a visa.

Our Clients' Testimonies

Tammy has helped me with my skill migration eligibility assessment. Nice friendly service. Her detailed explanation has helped me understand my possibility of getting immigration approval, including some potential risks of getting rejected, which I didn't realize myself. She also suggest a few alternative options in case my primary application can't succeed, since my job is not an exact match to my qualification. She explains the immigration laws to me patiently and friendly which clears a lot of my confusion. I truly recommend her service.

Tim