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Monday 20 February 2017 | Published in Local

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Franklin asked to leave for immigration law breaches

Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Immigration’s Principal Immigration Officer, Kairangi Samuela, says former New Zealand policeman Mark Franklin was asked to depart the Cook Islands due to a number of breaches of conditions of entry under the Entry, Residence and Departures (ERD) Act 1971-72 over an extended period of time.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Immigration’s Principal Immigration Officer, Kairangi Samuela, says former New Zealand policeman Mark Franklin was asked to depart the Cook Islands due to a number of breaches of conditions of entry under the Entry, Residence and Departures (ERD) Act 1971-72 over an extended period of time.


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