If you’re in New Zealand and your application for a temporary visa has been declined, there’s a chance for you to have this decision reconsidered. Here’s what you need to know and how some of our clients have successfully navigated this process.
A different immigration officer, or possibly the Minister, will take a fresh look at your application. They’ll use the same rules that were applied the first time, but they’ll also consider any exceptional circumstances. Remember, the decision they make this time is final – there’s no third chance.
What to Include in Your Reconsideration Request: Make sure your request is clear in explaining why you believe your visa should not have been declined. Include any new information or evidence that supports your case, like photographs or documents. Don’t forget the fee and your passport or identity certificate.
Some Success Stories:
Key Takeaways: Act quickly and be thorough with your application for the best chance of success. If you need guidance or have questions, we’re here to help.
For more information or assistance with your visa reconsideration, please feel free to contact us.