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Mohad21 May 25th 2015 1:07 pm

medical and partnership evidence doubts
 
I have two doubts, please let me know if somebody knows about it.
1. Is the marriage certificate enough as an evidence of partnership or we should provide more than that?
2. Regarding medical tests, i have daughter 3 years old and a pregnant wife. What tests should i do for all of us? Does the child require any kind of tests?

MrsFychan May 25th 2015 7:06 pm

Re: medical and partnership evidence doubts
 
no the marriage certificate is not enough. you have to show a day to day connection to your partner, shared bank accounts, shared bills, shared holidays, FB chats, msn chats, invites to weddings/parties. everything that will link you as a unit.

Children Medicals: taken from http://www.immigration.govt.nz/NR/rd.../0/INZ1007.pdf

• All children including babies must have an immigration
medical examination.
• Children under 11 years of age do not need a chest X-ray
unless the physician declares it is necessary or one is
requested by Immigration New Zealand.
• Children under 15 years of age do not need a blood test
unless the physician declares it is necessary or one is
requested by Immigration New Zealand.

so yes your child will need a medical

Persephone May 25th 2015 10:46 pm

Re: medical and partnership evidence doubts
 
And proof that you live in the same house and have done for at least a year :)


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