I am taking the liberty to address our plight to general public worldwide and seek its support on social media hoping that our cry in wilderness will be heard and natural justice shall be awarded to us as great harm has been done to us by the authorities at various levels of governance in New Zealand.
After having been denied justice from various authorities right from INZ to Hon’ble Supreme Court, Hon Immigration Minister, Hon Prime Minister of New Zealand, the Hon Auditor-General of New Zealand office, the Hon Governor-General of New Zealand office etc etc we have finally dared to knock the doors of general public worldwide seeking help for fair justice.
Our case has been twisted and played with in such a manner by these authorities that the genesis and base to be seen through the principle of 'Res Ipsa Loquitur' has been muddled and so called 'decisions' have been delivered only to deny us natural justice.
Our case is self-explanatory and if gone through with a clear, unprejudiced and unbiased conscience shall reveal how we have been made more sinned against than sinning and how discrimination, partiality coupled with triviality (as evinced in the Hon High Court typescript) have been made our fate.
Our case details how we have grievously been wronged by the INZ in its failure to perform its statutory duties as per the law. It is as simple as anything. Had we been issued the statutorily, mandatorily required Visa Explanatory Letter, we, being simple-hearted, God-fearing, law-abiding, and pro-establishment, we could have fulfilled all the conditions as per the law. But this simple thing has been exaggerated in the legal verbiage and has harmed us greatly. All these authorities have upheld the cancellation of our visas but exonerated the INZ in its failure of sending us the said letter which is the fountain-head of our punishment.
This failure on the part of INZ has caused us the cancellation of our hard earned Resident Visas together with much harassment, mental and emotional torture which can by no means be repaired.
As we presume, our unaffordability to hire a lawyer has been exploited to punish us only in the name of judicial functioning which is what it is.
We earnestly request you to kindly help us to obtain equitable and fair justice in following with the application of the rule of the law and not that which is highly discriminatory, biased, prejudiced, man-made and inhuman.
Consequently, we seek fair justice in the form of restoration of our cancelled resident visas and compensation for undergoing a great emotional torture for no fault of ours.
We look forward to general public seeking their help so that equitable justice based on truth shall be allowed to prevail.
Seeking justice to great harm done to us by the authorities at various levels of governance in New Zealand.
The following matter summarises what happened and when in our case:
1. The Heart of the Matter
a. We were granted Resident Visas (RVs) along with the explanatory letter (VISA APPROVAL LETTER) explaining the conditions behind these in 2010. To fulfill these conditions, we spent 184 days two times in two consecutive years during 2010-2012 to become eligible for our Permanent Resident Visas (PRVs). After becoming eligible for Permanent Resident Visas (PRVs), we applied for our Permanent Resident Visas (PRVs) but were instead granted Subsequent / Second Resident Visas (SRVs) in 2012. Strangely, no statutorily required explanatory letter (VISA APPROVAL LETTER) was issued to us. We believed these to be PRVs and accepted in good faith and simplicity.
b. My passport expired in 2015 and I applied for visa transfer to my new passport but INZ Delhi advised me that our present resident visas had expired. And as guided by INZ, we filled another form and INZ cancelled our application for Subsequent / Second Resident Visas (SRVs). The reason was that INZ counted the 184 days backwards as per their calculations and thus, as alleged, we fell short of the requirement in the 2nd year.
c. This all happened due to the INZ's not issuing us the statutorily required explanatory letter (VISA APPROVAL LETTER) in 2012 when we were granted Subsequent / Second Resident Visas (SRVs) while we had very clearly applied for our Permanent Resident Visas (PRVs) after fulfilling the requirement of spending more than 184 days two times in two consecutive years during 2010-2012.
d. Now the real core issue is that had we been issued the statutorily required explanatory letter (VISA APPROVAL LETTER) as per our statutory right in 2012, we would have surely fulfilled the conditions NO matter what might have happened as we did in 2010 when we were granted the Resident Visas for the first time.
Pages 12-14 of Guide for Resident and Former Resident Visa Holders (INZ 1176) downloaded from the link given as below give a clear picture of the duties and responsibilities of the INZ. www.immigration.govt.nz/documents/forms-and-guides/inz1176.pdf
"(Page 12) Line: We............. application being declined. We will always provide you with a chance to comment on potentially prejudicial information that could lead to your application being declined.
Page 14 Line : Your resident visa…………….. once you have met them.
Your resident visa approval letter will contain DETAILS of any conditions you must meet and the process for having these conditions removed once you have met them."
Thus, INZ was required to issue us the statutorily, mandatorily required visa explanatory letter (Visa Approval Letter) explaining our visa conditions in 2012. Fulfilling any conditions is possible only if the applicants are issued the visa explanatory letter (Visa Approval Letter) explaining the conditions in it. But it didn't issue it due to reasons best known to it.
e. Thus the administrative inefficiency on the part of the INZ is solely responsible for this lapse, whereas we have been punished in the cancellation of our visas. This disproportionate award can't be called justice in any way.
2. Approaching IPT and Hon'ble High Court – Only way out
a. As advised by INZ, we approached the IPT.
b. It regretted the non-issuance of the said Visa Approval Letter on the part of INZ but upheld the cancellation of our visas contributing further to the injustice and discrimination.
……. It is regrettable that Immigration New Zealand did not inform the appellant that, as a result, he had been granted an SSRV and not a PRV and that he could not have qualified for any other type of visa.
Ref:  Immigration and Protection Tribunal Decision dated 18 January 2016
c. So it also turned a sermoniser and counselled us to stay put in our homeland, thus glossing over its duty to deliver justice.
d. The Hon'ble High Court, when approached, also upheld the cancellation of our Resident Visas refusing to deliver justice, as given below:
 The starting point is the correctness of the premise upon which Mr Dahiya's argument is based. Although the Tribunal said it was “regrettable” that Immigration New Zealand did not advise Mr Dahiya and his wife of the true position, there is no statutory provision requiring Immigration New Zealand to provide visa holders with separate advice regarding the nature of their visas and the terms and conditions upon which they have been issued. …..
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