Immigration NewZealand (INZ) is testing an industry partnership initiative with a few selected education providers. The education providers taking part in the pilot phase will be able to choose, for individual offshore students, whether or not to support ‘streamlined’ visa processing.
When choosing streamlined visa processing, the industry partner takes responsibility for ensuring the student has sufficient funds to maintain himself.
The students intentions to study are genuine and the student is choosing an appropriate course
Meets all requirements to study the course.
That the will adhere all the visa conditions and leave the country when required to do so.
A letter of nomination will be given by the provider if they choose to support a student for streamlined processing.
This letter of nomination must be submitted to the relevant INZ Visa Application Center along with a completed application form, other required documents and the required fee.
As on December 2013, the following education providers are authorized to support streamlined processing and provide nomination letters to offshore student visa applicants;
|Academic Colleges Group|
|Auckland University of Technology|
|Burnside High School|
|CCEL (Christchurch College of Engtdsh Language)|
|Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology|
|Kaplan International College|
|Manukau Institute of Technology|
|Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology|
|Pacific International Hotel Management School|
|Taylors College and Embassy CES|
|UNITEC New Zealand|
|University of Auckland|
|University of Canterbury|
|University of Otago|
|University of Waikato|
|Victoria University of Weltdngton|
|Waikato Institute of Technology|
|Weltdngton Institute of Technology|
|Whitireia Community Polytechnic|