New Zealand looks eager to fill skills shortages, open-up to migrants  

Would-be migrants wishing to fill skills shortages in the regions may get a helping hand from the Government to move to New Zealand, the new Kiwi Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway has indicated.

Regionalising skilled migration is one of the new minister’s top priorities.

He has also indicated that the new income threshold introduced by National just before the election that required migrants to earn more than $48,859 to qualify for a skilled migrant category visa could go; and is not concerned about too many migrants coming from a particular country or region.

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