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New Zealand remains that top destination for international students to study and experience living and working in NZ, but recent changes for the temporary entrants has been made as guidelines of immigration instructions on meeting the bona fide applicant for temporary entry class whereby immigration officers are using this new instruction as to determine whether the applicant seeking an entry is a bona fide or not. As we may know once the application, for example for a temporary entrant as the student being refused for some reasons, it would have been difficult to get and try another application as it will again be subject to refusal for such category. Unless, there's additional material of evidence that is evaluative in nature and or compelling reasons which might the officer would consider reassessing to a possibility and increasing the chances of approval for the second time of application. Though, in most cases the immigration officer will exercise its power of discretion under the immigration act 45 as to grant or refuse one's application for a temporary entry and or any type of visa class. As such example above, and this supports our conversation when we have had an opportunity to speak to an ex-immigration officer (back in 2012) telling us that if they refused the student visa and laid down the issues surrounding the refusal, and later the applicant tries to reapply again for an another student visa they will again refuse the application as they said the applicant would have known already the issues and would try to resolve it as possible against on its first instance of application for student visa. Regulations 14 applications for reconsideration of the decision to decline further temporary visa. For better success of your student visa in New Zealand an applicant should meet its requirements U3 student visa requirements.