Immigration New Zealand has filed a charge against an employer’s alleged use of unlawful migrant labour at an Auckland construction site, TVNZ reports. Deputy head of immigration Stephen Vaughan did not name the employer in case of suppression orders. The employer, due to appear in the Waitakere District Court on June 24, could face a fine amounting to $10,000 if convicted.
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