Visa labels will no longer be issued for New Zealand Study Visas offered through Provider Direct. This has become effective from 26 November 2018. Provider Direct is an online service. It permits education providers to process applications for Student Visas on campus.
Immigration New Zealand will send you an email if your Student Visa is approved. It will have an approval letter attached with it which is, in fact, an E-Visa. INZ will also send an email to your education provider. This is when it processes the application they have submitted.
You must have a printed copy of your E-Visa letter along with the passport when you travel exterior of New Zealand. You may be asked to show the E-Visa when you arrive again to New Zealand, as quoted by the Immigration Govt NZ.
Demonstrating your Visa status
Your education provider, as well as an employer if applicable, can confirm your Visa details. This is online through Visa View. Other people or organizations can also view your Visa details through Visa Verification Service. It includes travel agents and health care providers.
It is an online service that permits education providers to process applications for Student Visas on campus. There are no Visa labels offered for Study Visas under this category now. You can utilize Provider Direct if all of the below are applicable:
You can contact your education providers to directly process your application for a student visa if you are studying with education providers who belong to a specific category.
Y-Axis offers a wide range of visa and immigration services as well as products to aspiring overseas students/immigrants including New Zealand Student Visa, Resident Permit Visa, New Zealand immigration, New Zealand Visa, and Dependent Visas.
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