Point: New Zealand Should Be More Open & Welcoming to Immigrants

Perkins, Anita
October 2017
New Zealand Points of View: Immigration in New Zealand;2017, p2
The article presents an argument which holds that New Zealand should continue to allow immigration and stop restricting the flow of migrants. The author argues that immigration to New Zealand is beneficial for the nation's economic growth, culture, and labor market. Several publications about New Zealand immigration policy are discussed. Particular focus is given to the historical significance of immigration in New Zealand and the contributions of immigrants to New Zealand culture.


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