PPI letters have serious implications
For most visa types, Immigration New Zealand must make applicants aware of some potentially prejudicial information (PPI) they might have on them. In such a case, they are obliged to send the applicant a PPI letter, informing that they have information that may have a negative impact on the outcome of the application.
Clients with PPI letters
We get a great deal of clients who come to us with that letter looking for help on how to respond. It is not always easy undoing the damage unknowingly caused by the client’s communication with INZ. It would, therefore, always help to take a photocopy of your application to have a record of your communication with INZ.
Amandeep and Randeep are just some of the many happy clients who have, under our instructions, managed to satisfy INZ’s concerns and questions in the end.
Be aware of the serious implications
PPI letters are always cause for concern and should not be dealt with lightly. Trying to save money may cost you your visa and your future in New Zealand. Get in touch with our lawyers and licensed immigration advisers on firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have received a PPI letter from INZ! Our vast experience may well be the decisive element in having a visa or not having a visa.