Potentially Prejudicial Information
What is this PPI letter you have received?
Book a time now for a consultation with a licensed immigration adviser from our team to explore your best option.
Why are you receiving a PPI letter?
If you are not in New Zealand, PPI definition becomes a lot narrower for you. It is defined as data, material or information that:
- may have an adverse effect on the application’s outcome, and;
- was not directly received from the applicant or an appointed representative, and;
- the applicant has not had a prior opportunity to comment on, and;
- is not in public domain.
What steps should you take on receiving a PPI letter?
Failure to do so can result in Immigration New Zealand declining your visa application. You will immediately become unlawful and will be deported if you are on an interim visa.
We, at NZ Immigration Help, have been helping our clients deliver successful responses to their PPI letters for many years.
We offer a consultation and answer all your questions patiently. Our goal is to be completely transparent about your options and chances of your success.