Immigration Tribunal cites preservation of family in allowing man to stay in New Zealand

    Tali e tangi ‘a e tamai Tonga ne toki ma’u pepa nofo fonua Nu’u Sila he 2013 ke ‘oua ‘e tipooti ki Tonga’ koe’uhi ke tauhi ‘a hono mali’ mo ‘ena fānau ‘e toko nima. Ko e hili ‘eni ‘ene ngāue pōpula pe ‘i ‘api (home detention) ‘a e tamai ko ‘eni’ ki he hia fakamala’ia ko e ‘ene fai e ngaahi ‘ulungāanga fakamali ki ha toe tangata pe ‘e taha pea iku motuki ai ia ‘e he tokolahi ‘a hono fāmili ko ‘enau mā he’ene me’a ne fai’. ‘E hoko atu pe ‘ene nofo ‘i Nu’u Sila ni’ ‘i ha toe ta’u ‘e tolu kae malu’i angalelei ia pea ka ne toe fakahoko ha hia ai ‘e fakahoko leva hono fakafoki ki Tonga.

    The New Zealand Immigration and Protection tribunal has ordered that a Tongan man be allowed to remain in the country. The Tribunal said there were  exceptional circumstances of a humanitarian nature that would make it unduly harsh for him to be deported from New Zealand and that this would not contrary to the public interest….


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