Hi my name is Lorigail Alfonzo a mother and wife, my husband Allan Alfonzo lives in New Zealand for 6 yrs and both of us hold permanent residence. My husband has a Carpet Layering business in Auckland. He is a hardworking member of society, with a stable income, with connections to the government, and he pays taxes on time. He is a hardworking person and trustworthy, he is a good citizen and abides by New Zealand law. We are in our early 40s and we are very sure both of us will contribute in the growth and economy of New Zealand.
Our immigration story began when my daughter Arianna Gail Alfonzo, who is 12 yrs old. INZ decline her visa because she has Autism and INZ said she will likely impose many costs and demands in New Zealand Education. We manage to respond to the two PPI letters from INZ and we seek help from a lawyer to respond to this PPI letter we spend thousands of dollars for the doctor’s specialist and lawyer's fee. Even our lawyer argue exceptionally still INZ decline her visa. We are one of the families affected by this current policy of New Zealand, our loved ones suffer so much pain and discrimination.
Arianna is a happy child like any other child in the world, she loves to go to school, meet people and see different places. She loves and enjoys the beaches and scenery. Like any other child, Arianna deserves to live with dignity and be treated fairly. Arianna deserved to have a complete and happy family. As Christian, we firmly believe that Family is a circle of strength and love, founded by faith, joined in love and kept by God.
Currently, we request Minister Intervention to the Associate Minister of Immigration-Hon Phil Twyford in order to exempt my Arianna Health Requirements to be able to grant a Residence Visa. We are now pleading the utmost attention to Arianna’s case to the Associate Minister to put your power to waive my daughter’s health requirements.
“Allan said New Zealand is home to me, a better place to live and raise a family. It is deep pain that I was not able to reunite with my family here in New Zealand. I believed New Zealand value family, extend kindness and compassion to children like Arianna”
As a mother, I witnessed how Arianna misses her father, they never had a chance to bond and enjoy each other even on special occasions like Christmas, new year and birthdays.
Arianna needed to have the most parental care like any other child, we want to give my daughter the BEST of what the world might offer.
We are now asking for your help and spare time to sign her petition and let ARIANNA stay and live in New Zealand."