Indian man runs out of options as Immigration NZ asks to leave

A 26 year old Indian man Pardeep Sharma who was waiting for the outcome of his pending Section 61 partnership visa application has been asked to leave the country by Immigration NZ during Alert level 3 on May 27 and given a months time to leave the country before June 27 to avoid facing deportation orders.Pardeep Sharma had first arrived in the country six years ago on a student visa and since then been living and working on different work visas including overstaying as well on occasion due to alleged botched-up timely actions of others.

Pardeep had first arrived in the country on July 27, 2014 to study Diploma in Business Studies and after successfully completing his course got a one-year Post-study open job search visa on November 6,2015 that was valid till November 6,2016.Immigration New Zealand has begun deportation process on a man during alert level 3 asking him to leave the country by June 27 in order to avoid a deportation-order completely oblivious to the current levels of severely restricted or limited commercial international-travel opportunities.

Arriving six years ago on a student visa Pardeeps story is a classic case of how immigration-dream of progressing on different work visas for years can go kaput leading temporary migrants to lose tens.Newzeland ch pardeep naam de munde nu deport karn da failsa kita hai per ki te kida eh hoea sbbkuj dkeho eh poori video te share kro vad to vad.The thousands of dollars before finally even risking permanent damage on their immigration records and was waiting for the outcome of his latest partnership visa application when he was asked by INZ to leaved.

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