Refugee Family Support.
In this policy, “Family” refers to a wider definition of “Family”
In addition to the “Family Reunion” policy (above), there is an annual quota (presently 300) of persons not otherwise eligible under any other policy, to be sponsored by family members. Sponsors need first of all to be selected in a 2-tier process. Proposed incoming family members need to be identified and registered. There is a limit on how many registrations may be submitted and how many family members can be in each tier of the selection process at any given time.
The process is complicated, and applicants usually seek assistance, either from professionals or skilled refugee support volunteers.
Victims Of People Trafficking.
People may be considered for residence where they have been trafficked and are unable to return home because they are endangered, at risk of being re-trafficked, of suffering significant social stigma and financial hardship as a result of being trafficked.
Victims Of Domestic Violence.
People may be considered for residence if they intended to seek residence of New Zealand on the basis of a relationship, which has ended because of domestic violence to themselves or a dependent child, and they cannot return home because of the impacts of stigma, or because they have no means of independent financial support from employment or other means.
Malcolm Pacific Immigration does not normally offer services in regards to these policies other than by special arrangement.