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DEPORTATION LIABILITY for TEMPORARY and RESIDENCE VISA HOLDERS for driving offences

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From: Terry Bourke

Dear Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment,

Kia ora,

I have obtained an MBIE report [Independent Review of Immigration New Zealand’s Residence Deportation Liability Process] authored by Michael Heron QC dated 25/09/19. The report deals with potential streamlining process for immigration deportation liability decisions.

I refer to this link: https://www.mbie.govt.nz/dmsdocument/7011- independent-review-of-immigration-new-zealands-residence-deportation-liability-proces

Within that report (page 38) there is a data table showing three-year’s worth of information of deportation liability outcomes for [residence visa holders] for first time driving charges.

I seek data, encompassing 2016 to present:
1. The number of all [temporary entry process, i.e. temporary visa holder] driving offenders (be they first time driving charges, or second or subsequent charges), that MBIE became aware of;
2. And of that number, how many were served or deemed served with a Deportation Liability Notice (a DLN);
3. And of that number served or deemed served, what was the outcome [DLN cancelled, DLN suspended, or deported];
4. And of that number [suspended] what was the average suspension time.

I also seek from 2016 to present:
5. The number of all [residence visa holder] driving offenders (be they first time driving charges, or second or subsequent charges), that MBIE became aware of;
6. And of that number, how many were served or deemed served with a DLN;
7. And of that number served or deemed served, what was the outcome [DLN cancelled, DLN suspended, or deported];
8. And of that number [suspended] what was the average suspension time.

Yours faithfully,
Terry

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Dear Terry,

 

On behalf of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment I
acknowledge your email of the 5^th of January 2022 requesting under the
Official Information Act 1982 (the Act), the following:

 

“I have obtained an MBIE report [Independent Review of Immigration New
Zealand’s Residence Deportation Liability Process] authored by Michael
Heron QC dated 25/09/19. The report deals with potential streamlining
process for immigration deportation liability decisions.

I refer to this link:
[1]https://aus01.safelinks.protection.outlo...
independent-review-of-immigration-new-zealands-residence-deportation-liability-proces

Within that report (page 38) there is a data table showing three-year’s
worth of information of deportation liability outcomes for [residence visa
holders] for first time driving charges.

I seek data, encompassing 2016 to present:

1.           The number of all [temporary entry process, i.e. temporary
visa holder] driving offenders (be they first time driving charges, or
second or subsequent charges), that MBIE became aware of;

2.           And of that number, how many were served or deemed served
with a Deportation Liability Notice (a DLN);

3.           And of that number served or deemed served, what was the
outcome [DLN cancelled, DLN suspended, or deported];

4.           And of that number [suspended] what was the average
suspension time.

I also seek from 2016 to present:

5.           The number of all [residence visa holder] driving offenders
(be they first time driving charges, or second or subsequent charges),
that MBIE became aware of;

6.           And of that number, how many were served or deemed served
with a DLN;

7.           And of that number served or deemed served, what was the
outcome [DLN cancelled, DLN suspended, or deported];

8.           And of that number [suspended] what was the average
suspension time.”

 

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