People who are or are made liable for deportation may appeal to Immigration and Protection Tribunal (ITP) against their liability for deportation as set out in section 207 of the Immigration Act 2009.
The deportation liability could be of following type:
• Deportation Liability for unlawful in new Zealand;
• Deportation Liability if visa granted in error;
• Deportation Liability if visa held under false identity;
• Deportation Liability of temporary class visa holder for cause;
• Deportation Liability of residence class visa holder if visa or citizenship obtained or held by fraud, forgery, etc;
• Deportation Liability of resident if visa conditions breached;
• Deportation Liability of residence class visa holder if new information as to character becomes available;
• Deportation Liability of residence class visa holder if convicted of criminal offence;
• Deportation Liability if refugee or protection status cancelled under section 146 of Immigration Act 2009.
This is to acknowledge that holder of Limited Visa has no rights to appeal.
Requests for special directions
Those who are not eligible for residence class visa may request a special direction authorising the grant of residence class visa. INZ may make an invitation in cases involving exceptional circumstance, usually of a humanitarian nature.