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Level playing field questioned with proposed new seafood sector visa

Fisheries' special need for migrants acknowledged, but other sectors want them too.

Dita De Boni Wed, 15 Dec 2021

The government is considering a special visa for the seafood sector which would provide a secure, capped supply of migrant workers in perpetuity - an idea being eyed jealously by other sectors struggling to fill their workforces with migration currently stopped. 

As sectors including IT and

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