Immigration New Zealand served a group of tourists deportation notices following a report that they abused locals who confronted them for littering Takapuna Beach as well as making trouble in several restaurants. The group, which is said to be a family, were filmed outside Hamilton Burger King as both police and immigration representatives were addressing them. After meeting with the tourist family, an Immigration New Zealand spokesperson revealed that in respect to the Burger King incident, the family had been issued deportation notice. According to him, Deportation Liability Notices (DLN) were given by Immigration New Zealand to individuals who were part of the situation at Burger King in Hamilton. Explaining the situation, Assistant General Manager of immigration New Zealand - Peter Devoy said the action taken is in line with section 157(5) of the 2009 Immigration Act. This Act makes provision for issuing DLN to temporary visa holders for several reasons, character issues inclusive.
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