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Average time of processing a Dependent Child Resident Visa during the pandemic

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From: Z. Bayutas

Dear Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment,

Please provide the following information:

a. The average time to process a Dependent Child Resident Visa (DCRV) from the start of the pandemic, 11 March 2020, up until the date this request was lodged, 6 December 2021.
b. The number of DCRV applications lodged per month during the pandemic and their length of completion broken down into percentiles (with emphasis of the days it took to reach the different percentiles).
c. The minimum and maximum time that these DCRV applications are processed during the pandemic. The maximum time can include applications that have not yet been completed ever since they were lodged from the start of the pandemic.
d. The common reasons (at least 3) why DCRV applications are processed that long. Is it due to incomplete information or maybe a shortage of manpower?

Yours faithfully,
J. Ampong

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Dear J Ampong,

 

On behalf of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment I
acknowledge your email of 6 December 2021 requesting under the Official
Information Act 1982 (the Act), the following:

 

‘a. The average time to process a Dependent Child Resident Visa (DCRV)
from the start of the pandemic, 11 March 2020, up until the date this
request was lodged, 6 December 2021. b. The number of DCRV applications
lodged per month during the pandemic and their length of completion broken
down into percentiles (with emphasis of the days it took to reach the
different percentiles). c. The minimum and maximum time that these DCRV
applications are processed during the pandemic. The maximum time can
include applications that have not yet been completed ever since they were
lodged from the start of the pandemic. d. The common reasons (at least 3)
why DCRV applications are processed that long. Is it due to incomplete
information or maybe a shortage of manpower?’

 

Your request is being processed in accordance with the Act and a response
will be sent to you in due course.

 

Please note that the days from 25 December 2021 to 15 January 2022
(inclusive) are defined as non- working days in the Act and are not
counted in the calculation of the maximum timeframe for our response to
your request. This will affect the time period for responding to your
request.

 

If you have any enquiries regarding your request feel free to contact us
via email [1][MBIE request email] or using the contact details below.

 

Nâku noa, nâ

MINISTERIAL SERVICES

 

Ngâ Pou o te Taumaru

Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

15 Stout Street, Wellington 6011 |  P O Box 1473 Wellington 6140

 

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Kia Ora

 

On 6 December 2021, you asked the Ministry of Business Innovation and
Employment (MBIE) for information under the Official Information Act 1982
(the Act). We are currently processing your request, however we would like
to check under Section 12 of the Act, which provides that any person may
make a request where they are:

 

• a New Zealand citizen; or

• a permanent resident of New Zealand; or

• a person who is in New Zealand; or

• a body corporate which is incorporated in New Zealand; or

• a body corporate which is incorporated outside New Zealand but which has
a place of business in New Zealand.

 

MBIE requires more information to establish your compliance with section
12. An original of any one of the following items is acceptable as a
demonstration of your eligibility:

 

• A recent bill from the company who supplies your power, gas, water,
phone or internet services

• Council rates notice

• A letter from the Electoral Office

• Travel itinerary

• Anything from a government agency that includes your name and address

• Unexpired Rental or Tenancy Agreement.

 

A scanned copy of one of the above can be sent to [1][email address]

 

Once MBIE receives this additional information from you, and is satisfied
that the requirements of section 12 have been met, we will respond to your
request. If you do not meet the eligibility criteria of section 12, MBIE
will still consider your request. Please respond by 5 January 2021. If you
do not respond by 5 January 2021 your request will deemed to be withdrawn.

 

Ngâ Mihi,

 

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TEAM

Immigration New Zealand

Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

15 Stout Street, PO Box 1473, Wellington 6140

NZBN 9429000106078

[2]457667B6

 

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