Psychologist Nigel Latta returns in this straight-talking series. In this episode he looks at immigration, a subject close to home for many Kiwis, since a quarter of us were born overseas. Latta chats to a number of experts who clear up common misconceptions about those who decide to make Aotearoa home. Immigrants tell him about lives now lived in New Zealand; how they found a job, and the country's work/life balance and quality of life. Latta also gets a startling surprise in the office of immigration consultant Iain Macleod, after finding out he may not have made the cut to be a Kiwi if he had been born elsewhere.
This feels more home to me than China. I've been here for 13 years. This is home.– Chinese immigrant Lei on Aotearoa feeling like her home
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