Monthly Archives: March 2016

Declined Visa – A Case of Wrong Paperwork

An article in the NZ Herald on 14th March 2016 told the story of a New Zealand ballet student who was returned home after completing incorrect paperwork to study at the London Russia Ballet School. ‘Galia Kushnir was due to … Continue reading

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The Migrant Threat – Here We Go Again

The politicians have waded in to complain (again) about how many foreigners are coming to live in New Zealand.  There’s Andrew Little, claiming that if Labour was in Government they would “turn down the tap” of inflow of migrants until … Continue reading

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Declined Visa for Au Pair – When Visas aren’t Easy

There was an immigration article in the NZ Herald on Monday which identified the risk of assuming the visa process is simple In the first report, ‘Immigration New Zealand has apologised to the French au pair put in a Queenstown police cell for … Continue reading

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Bill Milnes Explores Wellington

Question – Why go to Wellington for a Tattoo? Answer – As George Mallory said about Mt Everest, “Because it’s there”. But I’m referring to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo which was in Wellington for 4 days in February – … Continue reading

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