The Hungarian family went out to do business, and it seemed at first that their calculation was correct – then the New Zealand Immigration Office stepped in.

At the moment, it appears that Yvette Kerekes, her husband and their three children, who moved to New Zealand from Kiskemét on a work visa in 2017, cannot remain in New Zealand – he noted that telex the things Article. Within five years, the family felt they had managed to integrate into the country, running a catering and event planning business called Anzil. However, on the 28th of November this year, to the biggest surprise, the New Zealand Immigration Office rejected her residence application.




According to the office, the Hungarian family did not fulfill all the work requirements for the business residence visa. the family petition It was launched for their residency, which has so far been signed by more than 43,000 people in just a few days. They were also amazed at, and did not expect, the large number of supporters, although they felt they were beginning to fit in, and even held charity dinners in their place.




The family can still appeal to the local immigration office within 42 days of receiving the refusal. They said they hoped to continue to be a part of the lives of the local people through their work.

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