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Dutton rules out fast track visas for tamil family By Darryl Fears Ne포항안마 포항출장마사지w Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key has warned that his government will not be able to afford a fast track visa for a family of migrants who have lived in New Zealand for more than two years. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/willy-wonka-chocolate-y2380-coque-iphone-x-xs-1coversxxsiphone9707 K모바일 카지노ey’s에비앙 카지노 remarks came as evidence emerged that the Immigration New Zealand Office (INO) in London was not making the required arrangements with other EU states. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/margaritaville-cover-iphone-8 In a statement issued to media on Thursday, INO chief executive Paul Plett said the agency had not received necessary paperwork, or applied for a visa or a non-resident card in the UK to allow the family to enter the country illegally. https://www.cifnet.it/products/cover-samsung-a5-2017-cane-15custodia4samsung4178 “The situation of this family is extremely complicated and is causing considerable frustration and distress to INO,” said Plett. “They want to remain here permanently and have been granted temporary work permits to come and work with us as a guest worker. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/impractical-jokers-quotes-cover-iphone-8-plus But this temporary status is not permanent; it expires upon the completion of their stay and no longer recognises them as permanent residents.” Asked about the possibility of fast-tracking the family for a tourist visa, Key said: “We’re not going to allow that to happen unless they have come to an agreement with us.” Key said he was working with INO officials and the immigration minister to work out the details but did not rule out the possibility of a temporary status. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/hulk-and-superman-o3250-coque-iphone-x-xs-1coversxxsiphone13908 “This will be a matter we’ll sort out. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/atlanta-braves-logo-black-background-p1185-coque-iphone-x-xs-1coversxxsiphone11546 It’s just not a question of just saying, ‘OK, here’s the agreement, let’s do it’,” he said. In April last year, Key held an emergency cabinet meeting and told a number of business chiefs: “The Government has no plan, no plan B, no plan C, no plan D that would allow a family of three or four to come in and work in this country.” Labour’s immigration spokesman Grant Robertson last week said the government was not interested in fast-tracking the family, but was likely to try to negotiate a deal to allow the family entry, after receiving evidence of how difficult the family situation would be. https://www.cifnet.it/products/custodia-cover-bumper-ultra-sottile-12custodia4iphone2939 “Labour will be pushing for them to be allowed to come here so we could see what they’re going through and to show them what we are willing to go to if a family of three or four were allowed in, to be an entry point to help them learn the system,” he said.

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