Applying on behalf for advisers and agents
Advisers can submit visa applications online on behalf of their clients. This service is part of an extension of Immigration Online, our online platform.
Who can apply on behalf
Licensed immigration advisers and people exempt from licensing can submit visa applications online on behalf of their clients.
Other people like employers or education providers may be able to complete a visa application on behalf of an applicant. They can only do this if it’s part of their job to do so, they record only information given to them by the applicant, and they don’t provide any immigration advice. We call this ‘clerical work’.
You can visit the Immigration Advisers Authority’s website for more information about licensing, exemptions, and clerical work.
To use this service, you should create an Immigration ONLINE account by logging in through our website. You will first be prompted to create your own New Zealand Government ‘RealMe’ login.
Your account will show a list of applications you submit to Immigration ONLINE on behalf of your clients.
We have a short video showing a walk-through of the online form.