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New Zealand sex workers are furious that foreign prostitutes who come on temporary visas can advertise their services here despite it being illegal for them to work. Although prostitution is decriminalised, it is illegal for temporary migrants, such as those on student or work visas, to provide sexual services in New Zealand.
She wants INZ to shift its focus from just deporting migrant sex workers to punish those that profit from helping the promotion of these illegal sex workers. Lewis said the increase in number of foreign prostitutes coming over has hit local sex workers in the pocket. These foreign girls were also offering services such as "natural" acts or unprotected sex, Lewis said, which is unlawful under prostitution laws here. Lewis, who has been involved in sex work for the last 10 years, said she has seen the number of advertisements by migrant prostitutes more than double over that time.
An advertisement by a sex worker in New Zealand. Some advertisements openly declare that the sex workers had "just arrived" or "here for a short time" along with their foreign nationalities. Others openly say they offer specials like "natural" sex acts. The Auckland-based sex worker is hoping the complaints will lead to stronger enforcement of the laws. What's the point of having them if they are not being policed," she added. Amber Ohara, a sex worker from Christchurch, is calling for a sex worker registration system similar to the one in Victoria, Australia.
INZ has received eight complaints in relation to migrants using the services of websites, including newzealandgirls. INZ said no investigation had been undertaken as a result of these allegations as there was "insufficient evidence to warrant further immigration action". Submit community notices Cancellations Traffic Next. Region: Auckland.
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