NZQA welcomes High Court settlement

Supplied Content Wellington, June 27, 2018 The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) welcomes the Auckland High Court’s approval of settlements under the Criminal Proceeds (Recovery) Act in the case of the alleged cheating service provider Assignment4U. This settlement follows a five-year investigation by the New Zealand Police and NZQA into allegations about an Auckland based assignment writing service for students…

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Ombudsman’s decision disappoints Immigration Lawyer

The case of Indian students deported in 2017 Supplied Content Auckland, June 27, 2018 The following material was sent to us by McClymont and Associates (Barristers & Solicitors) and hence carries in its entirety their opinions and statements. The Ombudsman’s decision to discontinue his investigation into Immigration NZ’s actions in making students solely responsible justifies INZ punishing visa applicants by…

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