Other Services — 02-10-2017
Immigration New Zealand has its own definition of “bona fide” student – when they assess applicants for a student visa, they would look at the information, documents, your personal circumstances and y...
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, we’re 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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