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"I swear I've never grinned as much in my life," says Michelle Shaw about the moment they finally knew their family were set to be New Zealand residents. Video
The avenue was opened by a court last week for Afghans trapped there to get a visa.
France pledged to step up surveillance of its northern shores, but migrants huddling in makeshift camps say nothing will stop them from trying to cross the Channel to Britain.
The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security has recommended improvements to New Zealand's approach to screening visa applications for security risk.
A group of Afghan people trying to escape the Taliban have won a High Court judicial review to have their applications to come to New Zealand revisited.
Fathers separated from their children by border restrictions are calling for the government not to forget their plight.
A tribunal says migrants need to be protected from an adviser whose systemic deceptions left a couple unlawfully in the country.
Belarus's authoritarian leader has told the BBC it is "absolutely possible" his forces helped migrants cross into Poland but denies they were invited.
A recruitment firm bringing Filipino workers from the Cook Islands says Air New Zealand gave travellers a shock when the flight schedule was wiped.
The government says it will look at a 'quirk' in immigration policy that means some workers have to leave the country and fly back in to be eligible for next year's one-off residence visa.
The European Commission has accused Belarus's authoritarian leader of luring migrants with the false promise of easy entry to the EU as part of an "inhuman, gangster-style approach".
A new report says that Aotearoa can't sustain pre-Covid-19 rates of immigration because we don't have the housing and other infrastructure to properly support and settle new migrants.
Immigration policy is "disconnected" from infrastructure and housing supply, according to findings from the Productivity Commission. Audio
About a third of Afghans allowed to resettle here to escape the Taliban do not meet strict criteria imposed by Cabinet.
Migrants are selling their belongings, begging for money and living in garages after losing their jobs during lockdown.
Lawyers acting for Afghans unable to get visas to come here have told the High Court the government has not acted fairly.
An immigration decision against two suspected spies has the hallmarks of a set-up to deny them justice, according to a former minister and immigration lawyer.
A couple who set up a business in New Zealand have been described as a threat to national security because of their link to Chinese intelligence services were rejected for residence.
An Iraqi hairdresser living in Napier says he may be forced to close up and leave if he can't get his family into the country.
A group of about 400 Chinese migrants are calling on the government to reopen the Parent Resident Visa, or announce its plans instead of making people wait another five years.