I had applied for General Visitor Visa to New Zealand online but my application was rejected on these grounds
As you have limited previous international travel records and there is insufficient evidence on file to demonstrate your detailed intended travel arrangements in New Zealand, we are unable to satisfactorily establish your genuine intent.
While you have provided evidence of funds we are not satisfied the documents you have provided adequately demonstrate financial commitments to your resident country and home country.
While you have provided some evidence of employment, we still have concerns over your overall personal circumstances. We have tried to contact you on 23 November 2018 and 27 November 2018 to gather more information however we could not get in touch with you. Therefore we are unable to be satisfied that you have demonstrated strong commitments to your resident country and home country at this stage.
Now here's my situation: I am 30, a citizen of Pakistan but resident of UAE since birth. My father, after his retirement, purchased an apartment in his name in the UAE. He gave me and my brother special power of attorney so we could be relieved of hefty rents. Never in his entire career did he make any assets/business back in Pakistan, due to personal commitments towards his brothers and sisters there after my grandparents passed away.
I felt I should do something for him in turn; therefore, I took a personal loan and helped him buy a home on his name in our home country. When the time came to sponsor my wife and child in the UAE, I had to get a housing proof letter from the Ministry of Justice, since apartment is under my father's ownership. Yes, my parents, brother and my family live happily together there now. My brother pays all the bills and I pay for the groceries/insurance for my family.
The reason I don't have a travel history is because I had to settle the loan. Staying back, I have 60 days of accumulated annual leave which could be forfeited if not used.
The reason I did not make any detailed travel arrangements is because I was unsure of my visa outcome and wanted to avoid losing money.
I don't have remittances or tax returns to home country since I'm earning in the UAE and all my family members reside with me. I don't have anything in my name in my home country.
What makes me stay in the UAE is my family (housewife, 3 year old child and a full time job).
I was never called or emailed by New Zealand Immigration.
Will any consulate understand if I share my personal circumstances as I've mentioned here? How do I show strong personal or financial commitments to convince any consulate?