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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbs View Post
    But..... if you did the crime, AND you've done the time..... why isn't it over?
    It's like being spanked by your parents (ignoring the illegal thing that the softies have these days) and then being denied a trip to the movies 6 months later because of it.
    Because in this instance, it is an immigration thing for visiting another country.
    Their sandbox, their rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ackley View Post
    It's not the completion we are trying to stop just the disreputable Kiwi crims
    Australia trying to stop criminals from entering? I though Australia was where other countries sent their criminals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    I cant go to aussie without a visa, was 30 days at a time now they give me 5 year ones, cant work there though. Its a pain in the arse but I'm not about to moan to stuff, in fact they can get stuffed If you have been sentenced to 12 months in prison and regardless of whether you served any of it at all you need a visa for Oz. My judge thought giving me a 12 month suspended sentence was the right thing to do, it may well have been as I haven't done anything bad since Oh to be 19 again I'd do it again too
    If your a kiwi you can work there...no?

    Or are you a russian spy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    The Aussies don't want competition, Hope if Tipple is not allowed to attend, Chloe beats the shit out of them! I remember something about sand paper and underarm, maybe I'm being a bit cruel on them?
    It is his criminal record that is at issue Maca. That is all on him. He should own his shit and accept that the Aussies have the sovereign right to say no if they want to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ackley View Post
    It's not the completion we are trying to stop just the disreputable Kiwi crims
    There wouldn't be an Australia if it wasn't for crims.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    If it was my or anyone elses kid competing it wouldnt be news.

    Do the crime do the time. I dont think the rules should be bent to accomodate him.


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    So now you start making sense. I should have read all of the posts. Fuck I should have just read your post. Mistook you for Maca. Senile old bastard I am.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    You used to be considered a permanent resident if you were a Kiwi.
    Lived there 1986-2014, paid taxes (cause I worked at anything for feeding/clothing/housing my family), lost my drivers license (0.08 excess) and nearly my job, still trip in and out of the Great Brown Land.
    Rules changed about 2-3 years ago - got to get rid of Kiwi's to give the refugees a fair shot at employment.
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    Typical aussie though. For all the Anzac pride we are lumped in with every other immigrant that goes there radical or not.
    While rules are rules, I think its rank that someone who's been there possibly 17 odd years as a kiwi (it changed under good old Johnny Howard back in 2001), and only eligible to become a citizen after 10 years can have a conviction and be deported to the country of origin ie NZ.
    you can imagine an 18 year old who was born there now, gets into trouble and isn't a citizen and sent back to kiwiland. possibly bugger all family and connections, not so flash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    I cant go to aussie without a visa, was 30 days at a time now they give me 5 year ones, cant work there though. Its a pain in the arse but I'm not about to moan to stuff, in fact they can get stuffed If you have been sentenced to 12 months in prison and regardless of whether you served any of it at all you need a visa for Oz. My judge thought giving me a 12 month suspended sentence was the right thing to do, it may well have been as I haven't done anything bad since Oh to be 19 again I'd do it again too
    Fuck I have a new nickname for you "Leg irons"
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proudkiwi View Post
    Perhaps do some research before making statements that can be disproved in seconds. Makes you look like a bit of a dick.

    https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/...mpanies/314970

    In saying that, I agree with an earlier statement - do the crime, do the time.

    It seems not many people consider consequences of actions these days.
    @Proudkiwi Good old rumours-if it hadn't come from a chch local involved in the firearms business here for many a year I wouldn't have believed it so well-especially considering his history of alternative interpretations of the law.
    I still believe this person but I will take the blame for the incorrect title whatever it is-I shall stand corrected.
    And as for looking like a bit of a dick yup that has happened on occasion and I have had to learn to own that as it happens.
    Not first time and I'm sure wont be the last, but if we ever meet in person I'm sure over a coffee/beer I may not come across to badly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    If your a kiwi you can work there...no?

    Or are you a russian spy?

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    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by csmiffy View Post
    Typical aussie though. For all the Anzac pride we are lumped in with every other immigrant that goes there radical or not.
    That's incorrect, you can come and go as you please, work and buy property.
    So long as you don't have a conviction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moutere View Post
    That's incorrect, you can come and go as you please, work and buy property.
    So long as you don't have a conviction.
    @Moutere I know-as per my line about the conviction part halfway in.
    We are actually worse as we have 10 year limitation before becoming a citizen because we are kiwis. Not so if you have come from another country as well as some other benefits.
    I was there 10 1/2 years and when things got tough after I lost my job nearly 8 years in, I didn't qualify for shit and as I wasn't a citizen I wasn't eligible.
    Not even the dole even though they were quite happy to take my taxes for all that time. Unless-you got it, you are a citizen and at that stage I couldn't even become one-I hadn't been there long enough.
    Oh yeah, If you are an immigrant from somewhere else, when you leave you can withdraw all of your superannuation, as a kiwi they lock it up (that's fair enough) but as an Australian you can jump through hoops and get some back if you encounter hardship-as A kiwi you cant do that so the rules aren't the same.
    There are others too but lets leave that for another day.
    Anzac relationship be buggered-they treat us worse than we treat aussies over here and when you see some of the racist passion against some of the ethnic groups over there, to be lumped in with that is a bit tough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proudkiwi View Post
    Perhaps do some research before making statements that can be disproved in seconds. Makes you look like a bit of a dick.

    https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/...mpanies/314970

    In saying that, I agree with an earlier statement - do the crime, do the time.

    It seems not many people consider consequences of actions these days.
    Unfortunately the devil always hides in the details
    The rumour is that the Wife is the one to hold the Dealers licence and the leading / majority Director / Shareholder is the Wife . And she has been the / A Director since , coincidentally , 2003 .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tankd View Post
    Unfortunately the devil always hides in the details
    The rumour is that the Wife is the one to hold the Dealers licence and the leading / majority Director / Shareholder is the Wife . And she has been the / A Director since , coincidentally , 2003 .
    Those gosh darn rumours....always get me in trouble

 

 

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