Helping you successfully navigate the immigration process

HS Law is a sole practice law firm based in Manukau City, Auckland.  We specialise in immigration law. We deal with a wide range of immigration matters ranging from visa applications right through to administrative review matters in the New Zealand courts. We help people looking to migrate to New Zealand, people already in New Zealand and applying for a further visa, employers of migrants, and people at risk of deportation, among others.

Our Mission

We aim to provide the best possible service for our clients and acheive the best results for them.  Because we have dealt with immigration matters at the highest level, we are able to use our knowledge and experience to put forward the strongest case available.  We strive to take the complexity out of New Zealand’s immigration system and make things as simple as possible.  

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Our Vision

New Zealand is a country which has thrived through immigration, with each wave of immigrants bringing fresh ideas and different ways of doing things.  Our vision is to help the next generation immigrants add another chapter to this story of diversity and inclusivity. It is our hope that our clients can avail themselves of this country’s opportunities to flourish and ultimately leave their own legacy that benefits future generations.

About Hardeep Singh

Hardeep graduated from the University of Auckland with Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce degrees in 2003. He has spent his legal career working in both private and public sector organisations in Auckland. He has long track record of success in various fields of law, and specializes in immigration matters.

Hardeep has earned a reputation as one of the leading experts in the immigration field. He has assisted with hundreds of successful immigration matters ranging from visa applications right through to bring legal proceedings against government authorities through the courts.

His most recent high profile case was a successful claim in the High Court against the Minister of Immigration for declining to grant residence to a the partner of a New Zealander and her disabled daughter. This matter is reported as Matua v Minister of Immigration. The High Court cancelled the Ministers decision, and residence was subsequently granted.

Other career highlights include the landmark case recognising an adoption from Pakistan through the New Zealand High Court. This was was the first time New Zealand Courts recognised a Pakistani adoption – a country with no formal adoption laws. This matter is reported as Sharif v Attorney General.

Hardeep has also appeared in the New Zealand Court of Appeal as Assistant Counsel in the matter of Parmanadan v Minister of Immigration, which was the first major decision to look at new deportation laws after the Supreme Court decision of Ye v Minister of Immigration.

Whilst he has represented clients at the highest levels, Hardeep spends the majority of this time bringing his expertise to dealing directly with Immigration New Zealand on his clients’ visa applications.