Immigration Advisers add value to clients

New Zealand Trade and Migration Services in Papatoetoe has been in business for the past seven years providing ethical services.

We do not believe in ‘wild guess consultancy,’ which is still common, compared to the licensing regime.

We deal with all types of temporary visa and residency matters. We have a good success rate, with a sound knowledge of academic and practical management.

All immigrants aim to gain permanent residence, especially students.

We have often found that those who have chosen to study in New Zealand are not aware of the ground realities and that permanent residence is processed on the basis of a number of factors.

It is important to note that two identical cases may not lead to identical results, although two students may have the same qualifications from the same institution and job offers from the same company.

Since Immigration New Zealand is not able to provide all the information and advice, the need for a good, licenced immigration advisor is imperative.

A serious and honest immigration adviser, with a thorough understanding of the policies, practices, rules and regulations and proven experience in handling immigration matters will provide proper advice to clients.

The services of such an adviser cannot be overlooked.

It is a well-known fact that many applications have failed because of inept handling of inexperienced and inefficient advisers.

Potential migrants spend considerable time and money in applying for permanent residence in another country. Instead of handling the matter themselves, they should have the benefit of professional guidance and services of a registered and licenced immigration adviser.

I believe that our clients are the best source of publicity. They have been instrumental in our success over the years.

We are proud of our clients in New Zealand and India.

Gurjinder Singh is a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of Auckland and an Immigration Advisor based in Papatoetoe, South Auckland.

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