Phoenix Foundation muso denied by Govt - full interview
Mon, 23 Jul 2012 8:31p.m.
One of the members of hit New Zealand band The Phoenix Foundation has had his bid to become a New Zealander knocked back, and the band's success is part of the problem.
Will Ricketts hasn't spent enough time in the country to qualify and he says the Government is to blame.
Dan Parker sat down with Will today to discuss the situation he’s in.
Watch the video for the full interview
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25/07/2012 8:03:13 a.m.
Just find a female of new zealand nationality and marry her, or change your skin colour and live in a garage with all your 6 children you have had in the illegal years you have been living here, get on tv with a medical problem, cry and you will get citizenship pronto. Hey J it took years for richard o brian to be accepted into this country and he had to fight for it. Plus J don't bother becoming a citizen if you don't like the delay go to australia, oh wait, they have a stricker entry. So first get nz citizenship then go there or any where else in the world where our passport is more neutral than sooooo many other countries.
23/07/2012 11:05:35 p.m.
Being a potential applicant as well, I'd be soooo pissed off, if any celeb got special treatment!!
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