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Reapplication of Student Visa in New Zealand what are your chances

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When reapplying for student visa in NZ, it is a responsibility of a client to have all important and significant evidentiary documents be supplied in his/her first application, as to meet the student visa requirements for New Zealand, to avoid possible refusal of your application. For your student visa application assistance or any other type of visa for NZ, send us an e-mail at info@visaonlineassistance.com or visit for more information. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Reapplication of Student Visa in New Zealand what are your chances


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DOES SIMILAR COURSE OR LEVEL TO STUDY IN NZ LEADS
FOR THE REFUSAL OF YOUR STUDENT VISA?
  • WWW.VISAONLINEASSISTANCE.COM

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  • Our client from Singapore, a Sri lankan national
    (currently on a working permit), has had
    previously refused a student visa to New Zealand.
    He got refused in October 2015 and in December
    2016 - the reasons being raised by the
    immigration officer is similar to what they
    usually gave to the applicant not a genuine
    student issued, not a bonafide applicant, the
    course progression and pathway, were not
    established and not credible enough, and having a
    similar qualification - as he had previously
    studied in the U.K and, that unable to
    demonstrate that he will return home after the
    completion of the intended course to New Zealand.
    When we had his application received for a review
    from his first refusal and 2nd refusal enclosed
    with his documents, we believe in some points
    that immigration officer raised their concerns
    are correct but, as we note to his first
    application there has been an insufficient
    document about his ties to demonstrate his
    return incentives after completing the propose
    studies in New Zealand for another masters
    degree. We also sought some factors which are
    essential as to why the immigration officer
    resulted to decline his application twice.

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  • Although, in our past article post having a
    refusal for a temporary entry student visa for
    admission to New Zealand, would result to
    subsequent refusal if one attempted again to
    reapply, (if nothing has changed substantially to
    his his/her circumstances). And always, it is
    thumb rule for consultancy that after the
    refusal. There should be a resting period for him
    to reapply as he believes on what he has
    perceived from other agents and from unsolicited
    information and advice. We agree with the
    resting period, unless, there are available
    information, further explanation or evidentiary
    documents which are not able to submit into his
    application previously, which will strengthen and
    influence the assessment and decision of the
    immigration officer in meeting its criteria for
    student visa under the Immigration New Zealand
    Operational manual( INZ)for student visa
    requirements in accordance with section 22 of the
    act, of the immigration instructions.

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  • We give to emphasize in the argument letter about
    a new information and credible evidentiary
    documents and well written statement to explain
    his side as to why he has to study another
    masters in New Zealand. And that we clearly puts
    a distinction and elaboration about the course
    necessities and how it vary from what he had in
    the past- in which the immigration officer only
    look into the level of qualification as similar
    and claimed that the student enrolled for that
    course only for him to get an admission entry
    to New Zealand. But, never made any research or
    clear understanding how the course differ
    technically in terms of content of the course
    description AND in addition, his existing
    qualification and years of experience, are
    essential prerequisite for his intended course
    to study in New Zealand for admission at the
    university. All the matters in his application
    with the complexity of his grounds of refusal
    which we addressed to argue with after submitting
    a complaint letter at INZ, branch office before
    referring to INZ, for Deputy Chief Executive
    Officer in relation to his application. There are
    no issues financially when it comes on covering
    the tuition fee from a certain university in New
    Zealand, as he had paid it already in October of
    2016, prior to his second reapplication. But
    still his second refusal, indicates that he
    should have enough financial resources to cover
    the course fee, we note that this client then is
    sponsored by his cousin in New Zealand and has
    provided a financial undertaking for student
    alongside with its supporting documents cousin,
    and his own account (savings) - this proves that
    our client meets regulations 11 (4) clause (e),
    for the maintenance funds while in New Zealand to
    study in support with the sponsorship.

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  • We, also questioned the fact about the
    immigration officer(s) in determining his
    application as his proposed course for studies
    in NZ, is likely similar with his intended course
    to study in New Zealand, considering his actual
    working experience in relation to the course and
    has chosen the course only for him to get an
    entry admission to New Zealand. We believe,
    interpret and analyze that this decision for that
    basis does not, take into consideration how this
    course is essentially different to what he has
    had at present. That, the immigration officers
    who had previously handled his applications did
    not necessarily make to understand the
    technicalities of the course, and have not done
    any further research on it to have a clear
    understanding which is very critical part in
    coming up or weighing in the overall final
    decision in the context of bonafide student
    requirements. We highlights to our submission
    letter of what part 2 of the regulations 10 (2),
    (e), clause (iii, iv) (iii).
  • Have you been refused a student visa to
    New Zealand or planning to apply for a visa to
    New Zealand? Contact Visa Online Assistance by
    sending an e-mail at info_at_visaonlineassistance.com
    or visit http//www.visaonlineassistance.com for
    more information.
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