Potentially Prejudicial Information (PPI)

In accordance with the principles of fairness and natural justice, applicants for Visas are given the opportunity to comment before a decision is made on the basis of any potentially prejudicial information (PPI).

Such decisions are important because if all the facts are not presented properly or any important information is not made available, the decision can go against the applicant and he or she would then be unable to get a Visa for New Zealand.

We help you draft replies to PPI letters issued by Immigration office of New Zealand to help your case. Our experts study your case and make a representation for you that explains in detail the unique circumstances of your residency and application for Visa to the authorities.

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