Brexit could be good news for New Zealanders wanting to live and work in the UK.
Negotiations are on going between Britain and the European Union with Britain due the leave the EU on March 29 next year.
Cathy Allen is a speech and language therapist who is reluctantly heading back to New Zealand after being unable to extend a visa despite Britain's National Health Service's best efforts to keep her.
"I've been trying for the last six months every month and the reason it hasn't gone through is just that there's visa caps."
But the UK Government's own advisers are now recommending the highly skilled migrant cap should be scrapped.
Ms Allen said if that happens, "It'd be a lot easier, I'd be able to stay here 3-5 years."