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PR Application - removal of an applicant?

Old Aug 29th 2008, 2:20 pm
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We have applied for PR, but I have been declined because of my BMI, is it possible to remove me from the application, and for my OH and son to be granted PR and I reply next year.
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Old Aug 29th 2008, 11:22 pm
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I very much doubt it Kags.

I would suspect that NZIS see the PR application as a family application. They have an interest to know that the person/s emigrating have a high probability of settling. Splitting a family unit is not a good way for a family to settle.
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Old Aug 31st 2008, 2:04 pm
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I very much doubt it Kags.

I would suspect that NZIS see the PR application as a family application. They have an interest to know that the person/s emigrating have a high probability of settling. Splitting a family unit is not a good way for a family to settle.

Hi Bev,
When we applied for medical wavier, we asked if this was possible, and was informed that it was. But just got a feeling that they will back track.

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You've nothing to lose at this stage Kags , so give it a go. Let us know what they say.
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