DH Law is a boutique firm
dealing exclusively in immigration law
Our philosophy is:
To construct success upon
a foundation of trust
We are not just practising immigration law; we are sculpting a compelling brand from our cumulative successes with past and current clients.
The principal of DH Law is Danny Ho, who has been practising immigration law since 2006. In 2013, he set up DH Law with a specialisation in migration law. Danny's MBA qualification empowers him to understand the challenges and opportunities that business migration clients face.
Danny has over a decade's experience in providing immigration services across various types of visa applications and immigration appeals. From 2008 to 2016, Danny was a member of the Auckland District Law Society (ADLS) Immigration and Refugee Committee of New Zealand (ADLS changed its name to The Law Association from 1 October 2023).
On a regular basis, Danny travels abroad to meet business partners and prospective clients. In recent years, he has delivered multiple immigration seminars offshore. In 2013, for example, a group of high-net-worth individuals and professionals attended a seminar that Danny presented at the Westpac Banking Corporation in central London.
LLM (Migration Law) (ANU), LLB (Hons) (Lond), MBA (Edin)
Integrity is our core value.
We are a firm focussing on our clients' needs. We bring a caring approach to clients. We offer a high-quality service built on a set of values and a significant depth of expertise.
Immigration law is our specialty.
We love and enjoy what we are doing. Our point of difference is to prioritise a high level of client satisfaction. For instance, our team offers the competitive advantage of spoken and written fluency in Chinese in addition to English.
We make things happen.
We offer straightforward advice and provide practical solutions. Through close collaboration, we determine an optimal strategy to ensure a successful application or appeal. The paramount importance we ascribe to our clients' best interests leads us to apply the highest standards of quality and ethics in all circumstances.
Family-Related Visa (for example, spousal visa)
Section 61 Request (for example, overstayer)
Entrepreneur Category- Work/Resident Visa
Employees of Relocating Business Resident Visa
Request for Ministerial Intervention (Special Direction)
Appeal to Immigration & Protection Tribunal
Application for New Zealand Citizenship
Let's work together to make it happen.
A : Level 1, 110 Carlton Gore Road, Newmarket, Auckland 1023, New Zealand
P : P O Box 37113, Parnell, Auckland 1151, New Zealand