New Zealand Partner Visa (Married/Fiancee/De Facto)

Your relationship (marriage, fiancee or de facto) will only qualify for a New Zealand Partner Visa if you can provide evidence you and your partner have lived together for a period of 12 months or more.

Partners will only be eligible to sponsor an applicant if they:

Have not previously supported or sponsored more than one other successful principal applicant under the Partnership Policy; AND
Have not previously supported or sponsored any other successful principal applicant under Partnership Policy in the 5 years immediately before the date the current application is made.

In addition, they will not qualify as a sponsor if they:

Were the perpetrator of an incident of domestic violence that has resulted in the grant of a Residence Permit to a person under the special policy for victims of domestic violence; and
Were a successful principal applicant under Partnership Policy:
If less than 5 years have elapsed since the date they were granted residence under the Partnership Policy; OR
If they have previously supported or sponsored any other successful principal applicant under Partnership Policy.
New Zealand Partner Visa Assessment

You and your sponsor (married, fiancee or de facto) may have to attend an interview with a New Zealand Immigration representative if they are not satisfied you are a bone fide visa applicant.

 

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