LICENSED IMMIGRATION ADVISER


Immigration, visa and student service is provided by Pervez Suntoke. Pervez provides comprehensive service at competitive fees and enjoys a high visa approval rates across visa categories.

Licensed Adviser Details

Pervez has over 17 years experience of providing immigration advice, visa and student service and is:

  1. Licensed by the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) New Zealand since December 2009;
  2. Registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA) Australia since Nov. 2009;
  3. Member of the
    1. Migration Institute of Australia (MIA);
    2. New Zealand Association for Migration and Investment (NZAMI);
    3. Auckland Business Chamber
  4. Has the following qualifications
    1. Graduate Certificate in Australian Immigration Law and Practice from ANU, Australia;
    2. Fellow Company Secretary (FCS) from the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (FCS);
    3. Completed PCE 1 from the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA);
    4. Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Bombay.

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WHY LICENSED IMMIGRATION ADVISER

It is not mandatory to appoint an Adviser and you may, if confident, make your own visa application. However, should you wish to engage an Adviser for New Zealand immigration and visa service, you must ensure that your adviser is licensed, as:

  1. Licensing is mandatory for providing New Zealand immigration advice;
  2. All New Zealand Immigration Advisers whether based in New Zealand or Offshore must be licensed;
  3. It is an offence to provide New Zealand immigration service unless licensed or exempted;
  4. Immigration New Zealand will return your visa application if lodged by an unlicensed immigration adviser;
  5. Licensed immigration advisers and registered migration agents are governed by the respective Code of Conduct which among other things provide for
    1. Client Protection;
    2. Dispute Resolution; and
    3. Remedies in the event things go wrong.

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