Immigration New Zealand explains how Karel Sroubek case worked - News Summed Up

Immigration New Zealand explains how Karel Sroubek case worked


WARWICK SMITH/STUFF Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway made the decision to grant Sroubek residency in less than an hour and without reading the full file. Immigration New Zealand (INZ) general manager Stephen Dunstan confirmed on Friday the Sroubek file was "several hundred" pages long, with sentencing judges' notes appended to it. The "really good summary" in the case file was was about 12 pages long, he said. SUPPLIED Immigration New Zealand's general manager Stephen Dunstan confirmed on Friday the Sroubek file was “several hundred” pages long, with sentencing judges’ notes appended to it. ROSA WOODS & ALEX LIU/STUFF Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern defends minister over Karel Sroubek decision.


Source: Stuff November 09, 2018 03:08 UTC



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