National Salsa Month on May, 2019: Interesting sights Auckland, Wellington?
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I'd agree with everything that has been said so far, particularly in regard to Te Papa. But, check out the NZ Live website to see what is on while you are here.
Some things you might want to check out in the Wellington area are:
Te Whanganui a Tara - Museum of Wellington - early Maori and European settlement in Wellington plus lots of other things on at the Museum
Wellington Writers Work
Wellington Cable Car Museum
Toi Poneke Gallery, Wellington Arts Centre
Pataka Museum of Arts and Cultures (Porirua)
The Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki
The Edge International Arts Season 2009
NZ National Maritime Museum
Can you tell me the legal position on cuban nationals who overstay their Visa in th United Kindom?
Did you leave Cuba with just a PVE?
When you cam on the marriage visa you should have applied for PRE at the Cuban consulate after you came to the UK. Did you apply?
Since you have no legal right to be in the UK the home office will order you to leave.
You can apply for asylum but you'll be refused unless you can prove you fear for your life. You can try and make a humans rights application but you have to prove that you face inhumane treatment. You cant prove either of those if Cuba won't allow you entry (you can't fear persecution in a country that you can't enter).
If you make either of those applications you'll be refused.
You get a letter from the home office telling you to leave and the case worker who deals with your case will tell you to apply to the Cuban consulate for a re-entry permit/ reatriation. Most likely that'll be refused and then you become "destitute".
Destitute basically means you can't claim benefits or work so you have no way of providing for yourself.
This happens a lot more than the general public realises. A large number failed asylum seekers/ illegal immigrants become destitute because they have on order to leave but their home country refuses to repatriate them. The government has no policies for dealing with this, they still expect you to leave.
Once you have prove that the UK has refused you permission to stay, refusal of permission to work, refusal of any benefits, you can apply for repatriation to Cuba on humanitarian grounds that you're destitute in the UK.
If can prove that all your attempts to apply for repatriation to Cuba have been refused then you may be able to get "discretionary leave".
You should contact the Refugee Council and ask their advice,
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