Marcus Beveridge comments on Dotcom Deportation

marcus-b-immigrationThis week Marcus was asked to comment on the Dotcom deportation case for Radio New Zealand.

Kim Dotcom did not declare a conviction for dangerous driving on his application for New Zealand residency even though he had pleaded guilty to the charge eight months earlier.

The conviction was entered in September 2009 under the name Kim Schmitz after Dotcom was caught travelling 99km/h over the speed limit north of Auckland, according to court documents released to the Herald yesterday.

You can listen to that radio broadcast here. Read more on the Dotcom story here.

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Queen City Law can navigate the immigration sector. We enjoy a very strong and perhaps unrivaled reputation of success with applications and even after mistakes have been made with applications correcting these mistakes.  We make no apologies for telling you how it really is and pride ourselves on providing robust and hopefully value-added advice and are solution and outcome focussed.We provide cost effective solutions in relation to immigration applications, added value in a range of other areas and to continue to represent clients with all other legal issues that they may have in New Zealand in the future.

You should also check out some of our immigration checklists in our QCL Law Library which we imagine you will find very useful

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