An Iranian woman who lied in her refugee application and was convicted of fraud has been given refugee status a second time.
The immigration and protection tribunal has quashed a deportation notice and made her a New Zealand resident.
The 25-year-old woman was convicted of five counts of fraud for using a false passport and successfully applying for asylum under a false name.
The tribunal said she continued to lie about things that happened to her in Iran.
But it said the woman - who was a member of the Ismaili minority - would suffer harm if she returned to Iran, given her opposition to the country's restrictions on women's rights.