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SCOOP FULL COVERAGE: Undesirable Iraqi Migrants

SCOOP FULL COVERAGE: Undesirable Iraqi Migrants

Are You Undesirable? Take Our Quiz! - Amid growing concerns about the laxity of New Zealand's immigration controls, many readers may be concerned that they are not the kind of person Winston Peters wants in our country. So we've compiled this helpful quiz to see if you've slipped under the radar. Fill one out for your friends, family and neighbours too! See... Are You An Undesirable Immigrant? Take Our Quiz!

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  • Selwyn Manning - Ahmed Zaoui And Legal Team Reject Peters’ Claims

  • Kevin List - A Week Of It: Smoking Nazi’s And Outing Iraqis & New NZIS "Undesirability" Visa Policy Outlined
  • Winston Peters - Former Iraqis Meet Persecutors
  • NZ Immigration To Blitz Arab Communities From 10pm Wednesday - New Zealand Immigration officials will spark a nationwide investigation tonight targeting Arabs from Iraq and Jordan. The operation will target those who hold visitor’s permits, asylum seekers who have lodged refugee applications, even those who have been granted refugee status and including permanent residents will be under investigation. See... NZ Immigration To Blitz Arabs From 10pm Tonight

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