Asking Minister of Immigration to Reconsider his decision and allow Liza Diamos residency

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All we want Is Fairness 

Our plight is pre covid-19.. By a wrong decision by the Associate Minister of Immigration.This decision has made our situation much worse and significantly puts my wife's life at risk .

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We married July 5 2019 in the Philippines

My wife sought grant of residence under sec 73/2

October Minister Poto Williams declined ( no reasons given )

it would appear The Minister has not considered the special circumstances of the IPT determination of August 2018

as well

International Conventions relating to protection of the family including articles 17 and 23 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as well the rights of Individuals of my wife and myself ?
 

The Immigration Protection Tribunal found we had special circumstances it was was recommended  to the minister to grant residence who went against a court recommendation .

We appear to have been Discriminated  upon by both OUR age differences  as well cultural Background  ( information obtained OIA ,Immigration NZ ) ?

 My superannuation is deducted ( $7000) over 3 yrs because we are in a relationship..But my partner is denied residence forcing her to live in the Philippines and without even a job . I have to support my wife 

We are being penalized and victimized.

My partner of now 4 years in June.Liza had been living in NZ since 2015 until January 2019  ,was denied residence in NZ by the Minister ,subject to a decision by the Residence Appeal Tribunal stating we had special circumstances He was given recommendation to grant residence in this case   " special circumstances has already been established by a Court Recommendation 

"It is  also accepted that he could not reasonably  be expected to move to the Philippines  at this  stage of his  life. He is  approaching 70 years, has only ever lived in New Zealand, and his business is dependent on his being here to perform all core functions. Importantly, he has a strong familial nexus to New Zealand through his  four New Zealand-citizen children, especially  his 28-year-old son, with whom he has  always  shared a home. He is  also an integral part of this son’s family, which includes the son’s wife and young child" 

"The tribunal accepts that the appellant ( My partner ) has become a member of her partners immediate family unit,which includes his 28 year old son,daughter-in-law and a grandchild .They all live together in the one home,while having separate living spaces ,has promoted close family ties"

But the Minster declined against their recommendation......

Dangerous  Philippines...inhospitable and dangerous with no housing or health care 

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