The Partner of a Student Visitor Visa lets visa holders visit New Zealand if they have a partner who is studying in New Zealand.
Partner of a Student Visitor Visa holders can:
To apply for a Partner of a Student Visitor Visa, candidates must:
Partner of a Student Visitor Visa applicants and their partners must prove to Immigration New Zealand that they’re living together in a genuine and stable relationship.
Immigration New Zealand wants to see evidence of the following:
Partner of a Student Visitor Visa holders must have enough money to live on while in New Zealand.
Immigration New Zealand stipulates that the amount required is at least NZD1,000 per month or NZD400 per month if the applicant has already paid for accommodation.
INZ will accept all of the following as evidence:
The only exception to this requirement is visa applicants whose student partners hold a scholarship that guarantees maintenance and accommodation to the student's family.
Partner of a Student Visitor Visa holders cannot work in New Zealand. However, visa holders can study for up to three months during their stay.
Partner of a Student Visitor Visa applicants can include their dependent children in their application. The children must meet the visa’s requirements, and the applicant must prove their relationship with them.
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