Perturbed over the recent changes made in the immigration, which allegedly makes it much easier for those involved with entertainment from abroad to work in New Zealand, a leading actor of NZ was quoted as saying that the move would severely affect the career and livelihood of the local talents.
The critic attacked changes that allegedly were tailored to do away with the need of associations or unions for actors turning up on the soils of the country for a work of two weeks or so, and also for those who were involved with an official co-production.
She added that the new development would offer blank check for productions, supported by taxpayers, to hire actors from outside for a role though this was against the avowed election policy of the government that favors local people. Replying to the charges, the immigration minister of the country was quoted as saying that the changes were vital to boost the growth of the domain as the policy in existence was obsolete.
However, another critic was quoted as saying that it would lead to loss of jobs not just for the local actors, but for many others also involved with the trade. At a time when the entertainment industry of the country did not have enough jobs for the local professionals involved with the industry, the new move was not something in the interest of the industry and local talent. He added that with the rates of unemployment being at an all time high, the new policy was sure to aggravate the situation further.
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