Partnership visa for partner of New Zealand citizen, resident or work visa holder

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Partnership visas are for those who are in a genuine, stable relationship with a New Zealand resident or citizen. If you have started living with a New Zealand resident or Citizen during your time here and you wish to stay in the country with them you can apply for a visa under the partnership category.

Included in this service


Filing application


Visa application assistance


Collecting documents


Please note our service cost does not include any Immigration New Zealand fees.

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.

Full Service

$2200 - $3200


Free - $250

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • Consultation calls can be rescheduled but will not be refunded unless agreed.
    All governments do not refund any application fees, so these are not refundable.
    Ask your Expert about their full refund policy.

  • You need to be in a genuine and stable relationship with someone who currently holds a New Zealand Residence Permit or Citizenship, currently living together and can provide sufficient evidence of your relationship

  • You can include dependent children in a partnership visa application. Your children must be under the age of 24, single, living with you and financially dependent on you. You also need to have custody of your children.

  • You need to show that you are living together in a genuine and stable relationship. You do not need to be married.


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