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Posted 05 October 2015 - 05:35 PM

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Posted 06 October 2015 - 10:11 AM

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Posted 06 October 2015 - 02:11 PM

It would be interesting to see what the figures are for complaints laid by new "migrants" who are extended family members.

It is of public interest to see figures for how many new "migrants" are receiving the likes of working for families and other assistance who have never ever paid a cent in taxes in New Zealand yet have gained access to our welfare system and it's benefits as soon as they have arrived in New Zealand as "extended" family members.

We all need to be mindful that it not only the "global financial crises" that has contributed to an increase in the number of recipients of assistance, but also those who see and take advantage of exploiting New Zealand's weak systems who should not even be on welfare or in New Zealand.

Fake documentation is all to frequent an occurrence amongst some races and we should be exercising better checks and balances so as to not be exploited by such people. Some of those races do not have any form of welfare assistance and see New Zealand as "easy pickings" unfortunately.


"A staggering increase in complaints by Work and Income clients has been written off by a Government ministry who blames the increase on more Kiwis using its services."

"In 2008 there were 850,532 people receiving a benefit from the ministry. This number grew in 2009 to 923,105 with the increase in part attributed to the impact of the Global Financial Crisis and the growth in our ageing population," a ministry spokeswoman said.
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