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Library fines scrapped to boost reading habit

Aucklanders say goodbye to library overdue book fines effective 1 September 2021. By Mel Fernandez, www.migrantnews.nz Photo credit: Artem Ermilov | dreamtime AUCKLAND...

Visa extensions provide certainty to employers and 10,000 visa holders

Changes to onshore visas will provide employers and visa holders with more certainty, Immigration Minister Kris Faafoi has announced. Around 10,000 Working Holiday visas and Supplementary...

Lawyer reacts to immigration office closures

OPINION: By Aaron Martin Photo credit: Photo taken at a recent Migrant Rally in Auckland by Aisha Ronquillo, Photojournalist, Filipino News NZ. Immigration New Zealand’s actions signal that kindness isn’t for everyone Immigration lawyer Aaron Martin reacts...

Exciting new IT opportunities for Pinoys *

* “Each of these diplomas usually costs around $10,000 to complete, so those who complete both Level 5 and 6 are getting $20,000 worth of education for free!”

What the budget means for Filipino-Kiwis

OPINION By Francisco Hernandez, Political Editor Another year - another budget. Around your workplaces and at home you might be talking about what you saw in the news...

INZ’s Accredited Employer Visa reform is disingenuous at best – and damaging at worst

Opinion Aaron Martin, Immigration Lawyer at New Zealand Immigration Law Photo copyright: Pitchaya Pingpithayakul How will even more compliance make accreditation simpler for employers? More importantly, how will pricing skilled migrants out of the job market help...

How we can unite against bullying

Albert from 'Eat Lit Food' speaks out against bullying

A Filipino-Kiwi Guide to ANZAC Day

By Francisco Hernandez Photo credit: Michael Williams If you are new to Aotearoa you might not know about an annual event held every year on 25 April 25...

Beekeeping: Challenges and rewards for migrant workers

OPINION: By Roger Celso Baldo There are a number of challenges that migrant beekeepers encounter in New Zealand, but thankfully they are offset by the many...

Immigration adviser ordered to pay $10k after family’s residency dream ruined

© RNZ / Gill Bonnett, Immigration Reporter An immigration adviser has been ordered to pay almost $10,000 after bad advice led to a family's residence application being rejected.
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