It is also a question of introducing into the employment contract a regulation according to which the worker or former worker agrees to reimburse them if the employer pays return costs that are ultimately not necessary or wasted. There are both pros and cons for employers who want to find workers from outside New Zealand. For example, the number of suitable candidates is likely to be much larger and potential staff may have wider experience and knowledge than local candidates. However, these provisions must be carefully crafted to ensure that the documented contract between the parties continues to apply if, for whatever reason, employment continues beyond the original expiry date, for example. B under another visa or because the sponsored worker has a permanent domicile. . . .