We have a YouTube channel. Our latest video blogs provide informative advice about current and trending immigration matters. Be sure to have a look. Click on each heading to access the video.

Partner Visas 2024

James Turner’s latest vlog is a refresher on New Zealand Partner Visas. He explains the key requirements with the use of case studies. The case studies provide insight into the process and assessment by Immigration New Zealand. Laurent Law has done several of these applications/submissions, which resulted in successful outcomes and very happy clients.

Character Waiver for New Zealand

Everyone applying for a NZ visa must prove that they are of good character. James Turner talks about some of the pitfalls, and what you can do to get out of them.

Partnership Visas 2023

James Turner, Senior Solicitor at Laurent Law delves into the world of Partnership Visas for work, residence or visitors. He looks at the key requirements, where the onus is on the applicant to provide sufficient and acceptable evidence for Immigration New Zealand to consider.

Solutions for Overstayers

In his latest video blog, James Turner explores options for those who find themselves in the unfortunate position of being in New Zealand without a valid visa. It is a good idea to seek expert advice.

NZ Residence

In his latest video blog , James Turner provides a simplified overview of the main ways to apply for Residence in New Zealand.

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Medicals & Police Certificates

There are a number of technical rules dictating when Medicals and Police Certificates must be provided with a visa application. James Turner’s latest video Blog unpacks the requirements and clarifies essential aspects to be aware of.

Visa Exclusion Issues

James Turner talks about Exclusion Issues in his latest Video Blog. An Exclusion is a situation in which a person is excluded from New Zealand. This means the person is not eligible to be granted a visa or entry permission to be in New Zealand. This exclusion can be very serious. A request for a Special Direction is the only way an excluded person can get permission to enter New Zealand.

Medical Waivers

Everyone applying for a visa must have an acceptable standard of health. For some this can be a real make or break for their application. Find out more in James Turners’s latest video blog.

Residence Appeals

Having your Residence Application declined is devastating. Simon Laurent of Laurent Law explains the ways that you can appeal, and how professional advice can help you achieve success.

Declined NZ Visas – Reconsiderations

Having your temporary NZ visa declined is not the end of the road. Find out more about reconsideration of visa decisions with Simon Laurent, head of specialist immigration firm Laurent Law

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