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Thread: Resident Visa partnership Timeline

  1. #1091
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    Yes, I also just noticed the "on hand" document sates "Tendered at INZ, but not necessarily accepted for processing" So I guess that's all applications sent in, but before they are actually lodged (aka some will be missing documents or so and not get lodged)?

    Covid makes sense. I am still however shocked that the backlog for a work visa is much longer than a residency one.
    I lodged my work visa August 8th, it's not even assigned an officer yet, lodged my residency visa last friday September 24th. We shall see.

    On another note, would it look bad if I withdrew the work visa and simply waited for the residency one to come through? I am currently on a student visa (not expiring anytime soon). It might be faster to get processed anyway by the looks of it.

  2. #1092
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    If anyone is interested about the current partnership residency backlog: on 22nd September they started working on applications from 27th August (2021). Double checked.

  3. #1093
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    Hello guys I had been deported back to home country 2 yrs and 7 months ago and my partnership residence visa got declined in april 2021 because of five year ban imposed on me.

    I want to appeal to minister for grant of special direction as they are looking bit lenient as in case of big policy shift.

    I still have ban of 2 year and 5 months left. Should I request for grant of special direction? I am living offshore.

  4. #1094
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    As I've written to you before, nobody here can tell you what to do - lay persons are not allowed to advise on immigration matters.

    My reading of the recent INZ announcements is not that they are more lenient to law breakers, though. They're only aiming to cut down the time it will take to sort out the muddle that has resulted from the pandemic-related border closure on top of the backlog that already existed.

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