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Evelyn Dyer - Licensed Immigration Adviser

LLB, BA (Psyc), GradDipNZIA

Born in Christchurch, New Zealand, Evelyn discovered a passion for immigration law during her studies at the University of Canterbury and began practising in this area shortly after she graduated with a double degree in Law and Psychology. Since then, she has served hundreds of clients faithfully, always going the extra mile to get wrong decisions overturned and ensure that Immigration New Zealand follows a fair procedure in each case.


Evelyn has extensive experience in a wide variety of immigration matters, ranging from simple temporary visa applications to deportations and Immigration & Protection Tribunal appeals. She is particularly renowned for her expert handling of Partnership Category applications and ability to resolve complicated issues. With a proven track record of success helping her clients come back from even the most difficult situations, her persuasive writing ability is unmatched in the industry.​

In addition to being the friendly face of Professional Immigration Services, Evelyn also acts as a supervisor to provisionally licensed immigration advisers and is the lecturer for the immigration law component of the Immigration and Refugee Law paper at the University of Canterbury.

Licensed By: Immigration Advisers Authority, New Zealand

IAA Licence No. 201800895


Being based in Christchurch means that Evelyn can easily meet clients in the Christchurch and Canterbury areas. However, as much of her work is done remotely, she can also offer her services to people based anywhere in New Zealand and the rest of the world.
Thanks to modern-day technology, location is no longer a problem. No matter where you are in the world, we can discuss your immigration query or issue with ease, whether this be over the phone, email, WhatsApp, Facebook, Skype, Microsoft Teams or Zoom - the choice is yours.

Face-to-face video and physical consultations available by appointment.

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