Migrant departure

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A migrant departure is a New Zealand resident who departs New Zealand and cumulatively spends 12 out of the next 16 months out of New Zealand. This is determined by an outcomes-based measure estimated from the actual travel histories of people travelling in and out of New Zealand. This provides a more accurate measure of migration – a traveller is classified as a migrant based on their actual movements.

The new outcomes-based measure was first published in January 2019 and replaces the intentions-based measure.

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