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New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal

The Immigration and Protection Tribunal is an independent body established under the Immigration Act 2009 to hear appeals and applications regarding: residence class visas; deportation (including appeals on the facts and humanitarian grounds); and claims to be recognised as a refugee or as a protected person. The Immigration and Protection Tribunal commenced on 29 November 2010 and replaces, inter alia, the Refugee Status Appeals Authority (RSAA). Website: www.justice.govt.nz/tribunals/immigration-protection-tribunal
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AJ (China)

26 January 2012 | Publisher: New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

AI (China)

12 December 2011 | Publisher: New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

AH (China)

30 November 2011 | Publisher: New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

AG (China)

27 July 2011 | Publisher: New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

AF (China)

26 July 2011 | Publisher: New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

AD (China)

21 June 2011 | Publisher: New Zealand: Immigration and Protection Tribunal | Document type: Case Law

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