Dozens of Indian students protest looming deportation from NZ

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Dozens of Indian students facing deportation have marched on a National Party MP's office in Auckland this morning, demanding their situations be reconsidered.

Forty-one Indian students have been issued deportation notices after their India-based immigration agents secured visas for them with false documents.

Students marched on the office of a National Party MP today to demand the reconsideration of deportation orders.
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The students say they were unaware their documents were falsified. The Government says it's their responsibility to ensure they weren't.

This morning's protest saw around 40 people march on National Party list MP Parmjeet Pamar's office in Mt Roskill.

Many of students facing deportation live in the area.

Organisers say they've asked Ms Pamar for help several times but have no response.

Dozens of Indian students facing deportation are protesting on a National Part MP's Auckland office today.

Dozens of Indian students facing deportation are protesting on a National Party MP's Auckland office today.

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Ms Pamar's office was locked and she did not meet the protesters.

Dozens of Indian students facing deportation are protesting on a National Part MP's Auckland office today.

Dozens of Indian students facing deportation are protesting on a National Party MP's Auckland office today.

Source: 1 NEWS

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