This review was commissioned by INZ and undertaken by Victoria Casey QC, looked at INZ’s operational practices, the structure of the detention regime under the Immigration Act 2009, and the appropriateness of the use of Police and Corrections facilities to detain asylum seekers.
This report presents the findings from the 2021 administrations of the Community Survey. The survey is intended to measure New Zealanders’ attitudes to migrants and immigration and is designed to be carried out every two years.
The Self-Isolation Pilot was part of the Government’s 'Reconnecting New Zealanders' plan for re-opening borders and looking at new pathways to allow more people to travel to New Zealand without the requirement to enter managed isolation and quarantine facilities (MIQ).
The Community Survey is a biennial survey (with an extra implementation in 2018 to gather information to inform the evaluation of the Welcoming Communities pilot) that aims to gather evidence about community attitudes towards migrants and immigration. The report, Community perceptions of migrants and immigration, summarises the findings primarily from 2019 but also includes some trend information from 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2018.
The Migrant Survey is an annual survey that aims to gather evidence about recent migrants’ settlement and satisfaction with life in New Zealand as well as their labour market outcomes, including the prevalence of employment exploitation. The Migrant Survey report, Settling in New Zealand: Migrant Survey Trends from 2015 to 2019, summarises survey findings from 2015 to 2019 inclusively.