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Immigration ‘reset’ set aside as skilled migrants welcomed back

Sticking with status quo settings – and new fast-tracked categories – underline how hard it will be to reduce migrant workforce.

Skilled migrants will be re-welcomed to New Zealand from next month.

Dita De Boni Wed, 12 Oct 2022

A tight labour market pitting New Zealand against the world in the hunt for top talent has prompted the government to re-open its doors to skilled migrants at pre-Covid settings, despite its much-vaunted ‘immigration reset’ that aimed to reduce the country's reliance on migrant labour. 

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