Partnership Based Visas
What are the Criteria for a New Zealand Partnership Based Visa?
- You and your partner need to be in a stable and genuine relationship
- Both of you must be living together
- Your partner must be eligible to support your visa application and must do so
- You must satisfy the character and health requirements laid down by Immigration New Zealand
NZ Immigration Help has many years of experience helping its clients get their New Zealand Partnership Based Visas. Book a paid consultation to discuss your visa situation.
How does Immigration New Zealand Define Partnership for Visa Purposes?
- Civil union
- Legal marriage
- De facto relationship
- Be more than 18 years old. If any of you is 16 or 17 years old, you will need consent from your parents or legal guardians
- Have met before applying for your Partnership Based Visa
- Not be prohibited from entering a relationship under the Marriage Act 1995 or the Civil Union Act 2004
How Do You Prove Your Partnership Status to be Eligible for a New Zealand Partnership Based Visa?
- Sharing holiday accommodation
- Flatmate agreements
- Maintaining your accommodations while you spend time in each other’s homes
How Does Immigration New Zealand Decide the Partnership Eligibility For Your Partnership Based Visa?
- The length of time you have been together
- The period of time you have stayed together as a couple
- Living agreements
- Sharing of financial obligations
- Commitment to living together
- Mutually owned and/or shared properties
- Children involved along with their care arrangements
- Sharing common household chores
- Recognition of your relationship in society
Do not risk the rejection of your Partnership Based Visa. Work with our Auckland based expert immigration team to make a foolproof case for your Partnership Based Visa application. Contact us now to book your consultation.
What Documents are Recognised by Immigration New Zealand as Evidence of Partnership?
- Certificates proving civil union or marriage
- Birth certificates of shared children
- Electronic and physical communication records
- Pictures of you two together
- Evidence showing the social acceptance of your relationship
- Evidence proving you take mutual decisions
- Evidence showing you spend quality time together
- Proof of your shared parenting arrangements
- Joint home loan or rental agreements
- Joint financial accounts and hire purchase contracts
- Joint ownership of assets
- Receiving mail at the same address
- Joint utility accounts
How Does Time Spent Living Apart Impact Your New Zealand Partnership Based Visa?
- The reasons that led to you both living apart
- The length of time you two stayed apart
- The mechanisms you used to keep in touch while you lived apart
Complicating factors in your relationship make it critical that you work with an experienced immigration adviser. Our licensed immigration experts have helped many clients navigate the complexities of their Partnership Based Visa application successfully. Book a paid consultation to discuss your case.
What is the Length of a New Zealand Partnership Based Visa?
What is the Processing Time for a Partnership Based Visa?
Individual complicating situations may lead to further delays. NZ Immigration Help has been helping its clients get timely approvals on their Partnership Based Visas for many years. Book your consultation to explore ways to expedite your application.
What is the Cost of Getting a New Zealand Partnership Based Visa?
We study your case carefully to provide you with the best quality solution at an affordable price. Book a paid consultation today and let our licensed immigration experts help you get your Partnership Based Visa approval at the most cost-effective rate.