Visa delay forces 'heartbroken' mum to leave baby in India
Over 11,000 people logged onto the Immigration NZ website the day after the Aussie election.
Crikey! It's not their election result that's making Aussies want to fly the coop for NZ
Fifth migrant child dies after detention by US border agents
Surge in NZ immigration website searches after Liberal coalition's Australia election win
The Canterbury town will take refugees under the Government's policy to increase the annual refugee quota to 1500.
Ashburton - a town with a lot to offer refugees as a newly-named settlement location
New Trump 'pro-American' immigration plan would overhaul green card system to favour skill over family
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Nine states side with intersex Colorado resident seeking US passport
Pope gives joyride on popemobile to migrant kids newly arrived in Italy
New Zealand visitor numbers down, Easter break timing and Christchurch terrorist attack possible cause
Boat carrying migrants in the Mediterranean Sea.
Up to 70 migrants drown after boat capsizes off Tunisia
Ongoing visa delay for Chinese workers 'worries' National MP
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Aged care nurses added to long-term skills shortage list
FILE - In this combination of file photos, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks in Collier, Pa., on March 6, 2018, and President Donald Trump speaks in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on March 20, 2018. The Republican president and the former Democratic vice president are trading fighting words over who'd come out on top in a hypothetical matchup.  At a University of Miami rally against sexual assault on Tuesday, Biden cited lewd comments that candidate Trump made in a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape about grabbing women without their permission. "If we were in high school, I'd take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him," Biden said. He also said any man who disrespected women was "usually the fattest, ugliest SOB in the room."(AP Photo)
Biden slams Trump for using immigration 'to demonise people'
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Ashburton picked out for refugee regional resettlement
Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway said he wants a report back in three weeks or less.
Immigration lawyer urges government to act quickly on parent visas
Hundreds of Sri Lankans in New Zealand have spent the day desperately trying to contact loved ones back home.
Sri Lankans living in NZ grapple with shock, sadness after terrorist attacks back home
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Tighter airport eGate checks after 'unruly tourist' skips the country
Two more British nationals accused of roof scams, bringing total to five
With days to go before another critical Brexit deadline, Ms Clarke talks about what possible outcomes could mean for New Zealand.
'I only see upsides' - British official upbeat about post-Brexit relationship with NZ
Australia's most famous Kiwi deportee still fighting for right to be with family, three years on
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Expressions of interest in migrating to NZ spike following Christchurch mosques attack
Peter Elms of Immigration NZ says some visas are linked to a 'primary applicant' who may have died in the attacks.
Immigration NZ helping families sort visas after mosque attacks - 'Let's take that stress away from you'
Jacinda Ardern said “we cannot ignore” that there are people who do not hold the values of the majority of New Zealanders.
Racism 'something we're going to have to confront as a nation'
The Shchetkova family arrived in Auckland six years ago on a long term business visa.
Auckland restaurant owner appeals to MPs to remain in New Zealand
The Prime Minister says the Government’s warned New Zealanders not to travel to the war-torn country from the outset.
Jacinda Ardern reassures Kiwis 'plans in place' if ISIS members like Mark Taylor return to our shores
Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison did not resolve continuing issues, such as the deportation of criminals who had lived in Australia since childhood.
Ardern criticises 'corrosive' deportations during joint press conference with Australia's PM
The Prime Minister told TVNZ1’s Breakfast the family isn’t being deported yet, and the decision is with the immigration minister.
Jacinda Ardern sidesteps discussion on Ukrainian family facing controversial deportation
The Shchetkova family love New Zealand, but might have to leave for what they call an oversite by the organisation.
Petition for Ukrainian family who run beloved Auckland restaurant to avoid deportation grows overnight
The Shchetkova family love New Zealand, but might have to leave for what they call an oversite by the organisation.
'We feel like our lives are ruined' - family who run successful Auckland restaurant bewildered by looming deportation
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New Zealand net migration decreases, trending down after 2016 high