What is the benefit from referral by Migration Bureau to independent agents?

You can find an advisor yourself by looking on the law society websites www.lawsociety.org.nz, www.lsuc.on.ca or government regulatory websites www.iaa.govt.nz, www.mara.gov.au, www.iccrc-crcic.ca.

If you want help to find an registered / licensed advisor, we can also help. The independent agents to whom we refer are personally responsible for their work and provide the things that matter most to you and your family when you are emigrating;-

  • Referral to your own independent advisor who contracts directly with you
  • High Application Success Rate which they have to explain to you
  • Expertise in visa processing and resettlement.
  • Personalised, in-depth assessment procedures
  • Ongoing support and assistance from start to finish
  • Peace of mind

– and help to protect your interests in the emigration process;

Independent Agents Success Rate?

The decision to emigrate to a new country is possibly the biggest decision you’ll ever make, so you want to be sure that you obtain the visa that will enable you to achieve this objective. You can reduce the possibility that your  application may be returned, refused or rejected or delayed.

What  you need is a way of ensuring that your application has the BEST POSSIBLE chance of success.  The independent agents to whom we refer have an individual contract with you and they need to explain to you what their success rate is. Problems can still occur but  you will have support in the process.


A proportion of applicants to our destination countries consult  a lawyer or  Advisor  at some stage in the immigration process to achieve their emigration objective and to protect themselves from the risk of making a technical error in the visa or residency process.
Potential immigrants often underestimate the difficulty of applying for some types of visas and the likelihood that their application might actually be rejected, or at least delayed longer than they expected. There are a number of  possible ‘pitfalls’ – applying under the wrong visa class, claiming the wrong occupational classification, failing to provide all necessary documentation, failing to answer official questions correctly.

You can talk to your lawyer or  agent directly and clarify how they can help you. This website cannot guarantee the quality of your advisor so you do need to be careful when you clarify how they are going to help you.

As a first point check you can check the government websites www.lawsociety.org.nz, http://www.lsuc.on.ca/, www.iaa.govt.nz, www.mara.gov.au or www.iccrc-crcic.ca for more information on this.

for a FREE initial “Quick Check” eligibility assessment for referral, please click here