The Immigration Law Challenge
Navigating the Process - Part II - Appeals
The intricacies of navigating through the constant changes in Immigration Law are a challenge for us. They can be a nightmare for those who seek Immigration Visas or wish to appeal decisions made. In Part One of this article (Winter 2012) we covered the range of Visa applications we can assist you with. They include Limited Visa Applications, Visitor Visa Applications, Student Visa Applications, Work Visa Applications, and Residence Visa Applications.
In this Part we consider the range of Appeal options available.
We can act on your appeals on applications that have been declined or if you are liable for deportation or for a special direction application, even if you are unlawfully in New Zealand. We can assist with the following:
- Appeals for reconsideration of Temporary entry class visas
- For Residence class visas
- To the Immigration and Protection Tribunal:-
- On the facts against liability for deportation
- On humanitarian grounds against liability for deportation
- Appeals from Immigration and Protection Tribunal
- Judicial Review
- Applications for Special Directions to the Associate or Minister of Immigration or Immigration New Zealand