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An Immigration New Zealand INZ crackdown on illegal prostitution has resulted in the deportation and voluntary removal of 27 Asian sex workers. One sex worker told the Herald massage parlours in Panmure were last week being visited by immigration officials, but the agency did not respond to the Herald's request for confirmation. Although New Zealanders are able to work as prostitutes since , it is illegal for people on temporary visas to do sex work.
Taiwanese made up a third of the foreign sex workers who were removed, followed by seven from Hong Kong and six from China. Others include two from Macau, one Malaysian, an Indian and one Thai. A Chinese sex worker, who spoke to the Herald on the condition of anonymity, said many in the industry felt that Asians were being "targetted" in the crackdown.
INZ assistant general manager Peter Devoy confirmed a Chinese woman caught in a brothel raid was among those who were voluntarily removed. The year-old China national came on a student visa to study English, but was found at a Ponsonby brothel naked and with a customer. According to police, the woman was given an opportunity to fully dress before they spoke to her. Deportation liability notices have been served on 38 individuals on temporary visas found to be engaged in providing commercial sexual services in the last three years, Devoy said.
The agency did not keep figures on the number of brothels visited in a reportable format. Tuariki Delamere, the woman's immigration adviser, said he told her it was best for her to leave the country after seeing what the police had on her.
Delamere said he was "not against" INZ and the police cracking down on illegal prostitutes but believed most raids were being conducted unlawfully. Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway said in a letter to Hamilton sex worker Lisa Lewis that "no visa can be granted to a person on the basis that they intend to provide commercial sexual services".