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Happy Holidays from RDT Pacific. Laura Morel and Qemajl Murati Manager – Refugee Quota Branch Settlement and Protection Immigration New Zealand giving Christmas gifts to young refugees.

Wishing you the happiest of holidays

Happy Holidays from RDT Pacific.
We have almost reached the end of another year. It’s fair to say that 2016 could qualify as ‘interesting times’. For RDT Pacific, it has been a year of growth, with more than 10 new faces added to our nationwide team. There was a real focus on our internal culture, with a company-wide team building weekend in April, where we took part in Rotorua’s XTerra event and a hotly contested golf tournament.

It’s been a big year for involvement with our favourite charities too. In addition to supporting KidsCan with staff volunteer days and a donation, we bought 350 KidsCan Christmas crackers and participated in the annual Santa Run. We have provided pro bono services and expertise to food rescue organisation KiwiHarvest. And last week, each RDT Pacific Auckland staff member chose two gifts for boys or girls within an age range and wrapped them for delivery to newly arrived and settled refugees. (The image above shows our own Laura Morel with Qemajl Murati, the Manager of the Refugee Quota Branch Settlement and Protection at Immigration New Zealand giving Christmas gifts to new arrivals.)

We hope, like us, you will manage to take a well-earned break over the holiday, and return in 2017 fully rested and recharged.

Please note our Christmas hours for each of our four offices:

  • Auckland will be closed on Friday December 23 and reopen January 12
  • Rotorua will be closed on Saturday December 24 and reopen January 9
  • Wellington will be closed on Saturday December 24 and reopen January 4
  • Christchurch will be closed on Friday December 23 and reopen January 9