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New Zealand visa becomes difficult for Indians , especially married couples

Zeeland has recently changed its visa policy, which has been opposed by people in the Indian community.  Protesters, including the Indian community, took out a protest rally in Auckland city on Sunday against the government'…




Zeeland has recently changed its visa policy, which has been opposed by people in the Indian community.  Protesters, including the Indian community, took out a protest rally in Auckland city on Sunday against the government's new policy.  According to The Guardian, under the new policy, Indians (male or female) living in New Zealand and having an arranged marriage will find it difficult to carry a spouse.

 What happened in the rule?
 A partnership visa in New Zealand does not require that a couple be married.  If a couple has lived together for 12 months, then they can apply for a partnership visa.  In the earlier rule, citizens with second culture were exempted from this provision.  Now this provision has been implemented for all.

 What is the problem with the new provision?
 According to the tradition of their country, most people get married and couples do not live together before marriage.  If such couples want to go to New Zealand, then due to the provision of living with 12 months, now there is a problem in getting a visa.  Not living together before marriage is the culture of countries like India, so this provision was not applicable to everyone in the Old Testament.

 Indians can leave New Zealand - local MPs
 People of the Indian community living in New Zealand are opposing the new policy and say that it is discrimination against them.  The spark spread like a fire when a Member of Parliament gave a statement that if the Indians object to the new policy, they can leave the country.  Indians living there say that the New Zealand government wants us to leave our culture behind and live married life together and in a house before marriage.

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