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Why New Zealand is cracking down on immigration

10 April 2024

7:06 PM

10 April 2024

7:06 PM

The government of New Zealand this week tightened the country’s working visa rules in order to stem historically high numbers of international migrants making their way to the South Seas.

New Zealand’s infrastructure seems to be groaning in response to the surging number of international newcomers

Immigration minister Erica Stanford said that the changes will allow businesses to make greater use of local workers while still attracting high-skill migrants where there are skill shortages.

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