New Zealand is no stranger to migration. It has a rich history from the time that the original settlers, the Maori people, occupied majority of the country until the Europeans came. From the Maori settlers to the Dutch then the British, New Zealand has undergone a dynamic change in its environment and civilisation (Immigration New Zealand, 2019). In the modern world, New Zealand has an active and diverse migration policy instituted and mandated by Immigration New Zealand. With all the advantages and disadvantages that a migrant, wanting to move in a different country is expected to experience, numerous researches has been conducted in the New Zealand context in hopes of producing data to support the different factors that one are expected to encounter during the move. This part of the literature review will present numerous researches focused on showing factors that will benefit the current research.In Statistics New Zealand’s recent undertaking about internal migration, the organisation collected quantifiable data all over the country in the effort to give light to the reasons and patterns of its local communities. The study has shown valuable information and insights related to the current research. Parts of the data collected are centred on migrants. Qualitative information regarding the reasons for moving to New Zealand was collected. Post analysis, a set of classifications was established and grouped according to the responses given and was listed into: social, education, employment, economic, housing, environment and political/cultural reasons. Another part of the data collected showed how migrants rated their move to New Zealand. The move was measured according to their ratings of the following factors: social life, employment opportunity, standard of living, housing and the outdoor environment (Statistics New Zealand, 2007). These data will serve as a way for the current research to isolate factors in migration that is specific to New Zealand.
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