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Indian International students, about to be deported, plan to protest on Saturday

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Earlier this week, SBS Hindi reported how Indian International students have been served deportation notices after Immigration Department cracked down on students who arrived on fake financial documents.

Over 150 International Indian students, about to be deported from New Zealand are planning to gather to protest their deportation in Mount Roskill in Auckland on Saturday, scoop.co.nz reported.

These students are being deported because their India-based agents used fake financial documents to get them into New Zealand on student visas.

These students have claimed that they had no idea that fake documents were used by their agents and that deporting them is unfair.

Earlier this week, SBS Hindi reported how Indian International students have been served deportation notices after Immigration Department cracked down on students who arrived on fake financial documents.

Many of these students have commenced their courses in New Zealand and have paid tens of thousands of dollars to education providers.

These students, who have been served deportation notices, have planned a protest outside the offices of National Party list MP Dr Paramjeet Parmar in Mt Roskill, Auckland on Saturday.

Sunil Chinta, student at AWI international education group in a press release said: “We are here for studying and international exposure, not for cheating someone. We are honest, hardworking and law-abiding migrants in the country. Please don’t deport us for something which we have not done”.

Another student, Pradeep Sudini, a student at New Zealand Institute of studies said: “Don’t punish me, I have not cheated in anyways to get my student visa. The financial document that was given to Immigration New Zealand on my behalf was done by the agent and not me”.

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