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Viewing entries tagged with 'immigration'

‘Absolute discretion’ in immigration law Stephanie Lewis
19 November 2015


If a government agency makes a decision that affects your future, you might well want to find out the reasons for that decision. But the law will not necessarily give you that option.

The search for an accurate age Sam Grover
18 August 2015


What happens when an agency’s record of your identity conflicts with who you actually are? This is the question we grappled with in an Immigration New Zealand (INZ) case that we recently referred to the Director of Human Rights Proceedings.