Christchurch mosque shootings: Immigration working on options for victims and families

Credit: New Zealand Herald- Published 1 week ago
Immigration New Zealand says it is looking at ways to see how families of the Christchurch mosque shooting victims - many who are here on temporary visas - can be allowed to remain.Some of the 50 people killed in the shootings at...
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