Helu v Immigration and Protection Tribunal
Immigration & refugee law
Helu v Immigration and Protection Tribunal –  NZSC 28 – Elias CJ, McGrath, William Young, Glazebrook and Arnold JJ – 26 March 2015
Deportation – young Tongan man came to NZ with family at age of 6 – residency granted aged 12 – aggravated robbery just within 5 year period for deportation – unjust and unduly harsh to deport but deportation upheld in public interest – whether Tribunal failed to take into account relevant considerations or applied incorrect test.
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Last updated on the 2nd April 2015