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There are a number of reasons why people might be deported, including:

  • Criminal offences
  • Failure to advise Immigration of changes of circumstances during visa application processes or after visas have been granted
  • Breaching the conditions on your visa
  • Providing false and misleading information to Immigration New Zealand
  • Changes in circumstances mean the basis on which the visa was granted disappears, for example if a work visa holder loses their job; or, if a partnership visa holder's relationship ends.

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