Thu, 13 Sep 2012 7:00p.m.
More and more New Zealanders are skipping the country to dodge their fines. In some cases it's to avoid paying a few thousand dollars but in one particular case it's millions.
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17/09/2012 11:20:48 p.m.
I have never heard Mr Rosvall defend himself, has he? Did Mr Rosvall have a business partner? How much was he fined?
17/09/2012 12:17:18 a.m.
Pity this is not shown on the Gold Coast so people can know who they are dealing with. Left wondering does a leopard change his spots.
16/09/2012 9:54:24 a.m.
Ivan Lonsdale wrote:
After waiting so long for an answer i`m suprised he did not have a heart attack, SHAME on you the Imigration Department, here we have a hard working man & his family who no doubt has been paying Tax , Acc can he now claim all this back? I doubt it, I wish you all the best Martyn their are a few people I would like to see kicked out. Good luck
15/09/2012 9:25:27 a.m.
Tim Fellows wrote:
Like Martyn, I am also here on a Long Term Business Visa. We have recently talked to an immigration advisor who said that she never recommends the Long Term Business Visa because it is notoriously difficult to convert to residency - even though it is supposed to be a pathway to residency.
14/09/2012 8:19:19 p.m.
Just Me wrote:
There are many in this world who have no conscience.They live an enchanted life and think they will always get away with their actions.The world OWES them could well be their logic and approach in life.In due course their actions will catch up with them.Besides if they get away with such indiscretions now when living I am sure they will have to account for their actions when they finally meet their Maker.Karma has a way of catching up with these sorts of people when they least expect it.
In a funny sort of twist of human nature is that we all want to have the respect of others no matter what we do to obtain that respect.When we have to account for our actions at our time of trying to enter the Pearly Gates of Heaven then do we know where we truly stand with our Maker.
At least most of us live an honest life.There are many who do not.They have to live with their actions and if their actions do not keep them awake at night then there is nothing we can do to force them to live a more honest life.
14/09/2012 12:30:10 p.m.
Yes Greg we should be able to call him back just like the Westpac millionaire. What this guys has done is no different.
14/09/2012 10:11:33 a.m.
He's not exactly hiding in Australia is he. Our governments co-operate on a lot of things, just how useleess are our governments if they can get these fines of this evader. What a joke are government is.
13/09/2012 9:37:34 p.m.
Even though these people have moved to Oz they will one day claim a full or part NZ pension. Even if they gain Australian citizenship part of the pension will still be paid by NZ depending on length of residency in both countries. Why not just deduct money owed by fine dodgers at this point (pension age) if it can't be clawed back by other means earlier in life.
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