The New Zealand government permanent residence permits to offer to the survivors of the attack on two mosques that is a temporary visa.
The special visa “recognizes the impact of the tragedy on the lives of the affected people and will be their temporary visa convert in security,” said the New Zealand immigration service in a statement.
People who are residing in New Zealand and during the attack, were present in one of the mosques, and their immediate family, come for the visa is eligible.
“We are very happy,” said Mustafa Farouk, the president of the federation of islamic associations of New Zealand. “I expect that everyone who is eligible to use it.”
In the attack on two mosques on 15 march, fifty people killed. Also got thirty people injured. A 28-year-old Australian right-extremist is indicted for the attack.
Thousands of New Zealanders pray for victims of attack