Support for sick sister and children’ education key to Tribunal’s decision to grant residency visas to Tongan family

    Tali e tangi ‘a e famili Tonga ki he Tulaipiunolo Malu’i’ ke foaki ange ‘enau visa nofo fonua. Na’e ‘ilo ‘e he tulaipiunilo na’e ‘i ai ‘a e ‘ātakai makehe mo’o e fāmili’ ni ‘i he makatu’unga ‘i he totonu ‘a e tangata’ pea’ ke nofo pe ‘a e fānau ‘e toko tolu lalahi’ ‘i Nu’u Sila’ ni ke hoko atu ai ‘enau ako’ pehē ki hono tokoni’i ‘e he fāmili’ ni e tokoua ‘o e fa’ee’ ‘oku puke lahi.

    The New Zealand Immigration and Protection Tribunal has ordered that a Tongan family be granted resident visas. The Tribunal found that they had proved exceptional humanitarian circumstance because it was in the best  interests  of   the    three eldest children  to complete their education in New Zealand and the support the family provided to the wife’s…


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