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June 15 2017 Indian Newslink Digital Edition

June 15 2017 Indian Newslink Digital

GET THE NEWS YOUMISSED! EVERYWEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY! Subscribe to the The English Fortnightly (Since November 1999) Issue 371 | June 15, 2017 | Free Bi-WeeklyNewsletter. IT IS FREE! IT IS EASY! Write phone 09 533 6377 SAME DAY CREDIT TOANY INDIAN BANKACCOUNT *Conditions Apply HEAD OFFICE AND BRANCH: 632 Dominion Road MANUREWA: 19/185 Great South Road editor@ AUCKLAND CBD: 32, Queen Street PAPATOETOE: 302, Great South Road website Register for Free Legal Clinic! Every Saturday from 10 am to 12 pm AVONDALE : 195, New Windsor Road WELLINGTON: 233-237 Lambton Quay facebook /indiannewslink twitter /indiannewslink Qualityadviceisassured through ateam of Licensed Immigration Adviser /Ex-Immigration Officer. We provide tailor-made solutions to individual migrant and their families seeking to study,work, invest,dobusiness and livein NewZealand permanently linkedin /indiannewslink Multi-Ethnic staff from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Japan, Tonga, Iraq, Samoa and China Raj Pardeep Singh Shyama Sharma Specialists in Sale and Purchase of Property & Business, Leases, Principal Partner Barrister and Solicitor Employment Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Wills & Trusts, Immigration LLB/BA (Hons.) LLB/MIT/B.Com LLB/ DBM/ BA( Hons) E: E: E: email: Law- all types of visas and appeals (Initial Consultation Free) Ph: (09) 2799439 | Level-1, 31 East Tamaki Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland 2025 | PO Box 23445 Hunters Corner, Papatoetoe, Auckland 2155 Labour’s Immigration Policy musters support Venkat Raman Never has there been an issue on which three important political parties find themselves on the same page, albeit singing a different note, as they have been on immigration. New Zealand First has always called for severe curbs on ‘who we should take,’ while National has imposed income thresholds that will automatically bring down the number of migrant intake. The Labour Party has gone a step further to announce a serious reduction in numbers, spelling out areas of limitations and region-biased visas to combat the severe housing and other shortages experienced by Auckland, orchestrated by unchecked settlement of new migrants and internal movement of people. Bold initiatives Announcing some bold initiatives on Monday, June 12, 2017, Labour Party Leader (also Leader of the Opposition) Violent women terrorise husbands in South Auckland Venkat Raman While women have been predominantly mentioned as victims of family violence, there is also an increasing number of incidents in which they have been perpetrators. Although male victims are not high in numbers, many of them suffer brutality, physical and mental abuse in as intense a measure as some inflict pain on their female partners. Labour Party Leader Andrew Little with Labour MP and Immigration Spokesman Iain Lees-Galloway at the Press Conference held on Monday, June 12 in Auckland. Andrew Little said that immigration has gone too far to warrant runaway growth and that reforms were needed to ensure that resources were available for effective management of people and resources. Mr Little said that if his Party is elected to form the next government, he would introduce moderate, sensible reforms to immigration to reduce the pressure on our cities, while ensuring The Police regularly receive complaints from men that they have been subject to violence. We report two recent cases that came to our attention. ‘Batly’ beaten The first relates to a man from India, well-educated and employed in a commercial bank. He would be seen we get the skilled workers our country needs. “Since 2013, immigration has been more than four times what was forecast – 130,000 more people than expected have settled here, equivalent to the population of Tauranga. Sustainable intake “Immigration needs to be sustainable. We have always sought to manage often with bruises and wounds, inflicted by his wife, also a banker. Last week, he called the Police and said that he had been badly beaten by his wife with a Cricket Bat. The Police said that the type of wounds inflicted on the man warranted criminal charges to be brought against his wife, but he refused. “I do not wish to lodge a formal complaint. I do not want her to face legal action. I would prefer to seek a divorce,” he said. Later he said that he suffers severe abuse including expletives from his wife and her parents living with them. immigration to match our economic needs with our capacity to cope with population growth” he added. Indian Newslink carried details of the proposed Immigration Policy of Labour in its three independent web editions and on Social Media. Among the other measures that form a part of the proposed Policy include selective approval of work visas to international students completing courses, targeting skills and expertise needed for New Zealand’s growth and enforcement of Labour Market Test. Labour MP and Immigration spokesman Iain Lees-Galloway said that most international students in New Zealand at PTEs (private training establishments) intend to stay in New Zealand to work. Another male victim Another case involves a couple from Fiji, living in South Auckland. According to the man, his wife used to ‘regularly beat him, abuse him and worse, take out her anger on her children. “I finally left her in utter disgust. She is a heavy drinker and smoker and in her inebriated state, she is at her worst behaviour. I have separated from her but she still haunts me. I am tolerating these for the sake of our children,” he said. Three years ago, a man from Punjab, living in Wellington, attempted suicide Majority plan residence According to the 2016 ‘International Student Barometer,’ of the 72% of international students who have a plan for after their course of study, 41% plan to stay in New Zealand. That is up from 35% in 2014. In comparison, just 22% of international students in other countries plan to stay in those countries after study. About 89% of international students say opportunities for long-term employment or residence where a factor in coming to study in New Zealand, compared to 79% in other countries,” he said. Industry and reader response to Labour’s Immigration Policy will appear in our next issue. since his life had become stressful with beating and other forms of violence by his wife. “My wife makes me do all the house work. She was born in New Zealand and hence considers herself as a ‘superior woman.’ She takes all my earnings and insults me in front of her parents and my friends. I doubt if the Police will believe me because women are generally victims. If this continues, I will end my life,” he said. Readers are welcome to express their views to 09 272 4424 021 144 6641 Money Transfers • Money Exchange • Wire Transfers Dial: 0508 41 11 11 Fast. Reliable. Friendly Service. Level1-166 Harris Road, East Tamaki, Auckland Like us on “Facebook”

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