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Applying for Residence in NZ without husband!

Old Feb 24th 2024, 4:34 pm
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Default Applying for Residence in NZ without husband!

Hi. I am in 'Accredited Employer Work Visa' since last 8 months and working with that employer who offered me the job for that visa. I am here with my husband who is on 'Partner of a Worker' Visa and is doing a full time contractor job since last 3 months. I also have 2 school going kids who are on 'Student Visa - Dependent of Worker' Visa. I have following question. After completing 24 months in my current Tier 2 employment (ANZSCO 241111), I am willing to apply for 'Work to Residence' visa with my 2 kids who will be younger than 24 years at that time.

1) Can I apply for 'Work to Residence' visa a t that time and NOT include my husband who is on 'Partner of a Worker' visa (personal reasons)? I want my husband to stay on 'Partner of a Worker' while I apply for 'Work to Residence' for myself and my 2 depedents only. Is this doable?

2) Can I apply for the Residence visa separately later for my husband after I and my dependents (kids) are granted Residence visa (as I dont want to include him in my Residence visa application)?
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Old Feb 24th 2024, 7:56 pm
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Default Re: Applying for Residence in NZ without husband!

Originally Posted by oliman
Hi. I am in 'Accredited Employer Work Visa' since last 8 months and working with that employer who offered me the job for that visa. I am here with my husband who is on 'Partner of a Worker' Visa and is doing a full time contractor job since last 3 months. I also have 2 school going kids who are on 'Student Visa - Dependent of Worker' Visa. I have following question. After completing 24 months in my current Tier 2 employment (ANZSCO 241111), I am willing to apply for 'Work to Residence' visa with my 2 kids who will be younger than 24 years at that time.

1) Can I apply for 'Work to Residence' visa a t that time and NOT include my husband who is on 'Partner of a Worker' visa (personal reasons)? I want my husband to stay on 'Partner of a Worker' while I apply for 'Work to Residence' for myself and my 2 depedents only. Is this doable?

2) Can I apply for the Residence visa separately later for my husband after I and my dependents (kids) are granted Residence visa (as I dont want to include him in my Residence visa application)?
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1) you are better off asking immigration about this one I think as it seems fairly complex, tou would technically no longer be a worker if you gain residency which would also mean you husband would need to change his visa and I can’t remember the options nor do i know the legalities around it

2) you would not be applying for him he would have to do it all on his lonesome and under his own points etc

im sure you have your reasons but to simplify add him to your residency visa at the first point
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