MPs from both Labour and National are urging the Prime Minister to consider a lifeline for young vulnerable Hong Kongers.
Labour's Louisa Wall and National's Simon O'Connor, who both represent New Zealand in the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China have written to Jacinda Ardern in support of appeals made to her by pro-democracy activist Nathan Law.
Law wants a lifeboat scheme for vulnerable young Hongkongers who face political persecution and arrest if they stay there.
One expert says China will not take a policy change well.
Here's political reporter Charlie Dreaver.