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Kelly haworth
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:46 EDT
Travelling to new zealand
Hello, I am travelling to new zealnd in dec for 3 weeks, my partner bookedthe flights and has incorrectly spelt my last name Howarth (should be haworth) as you can see only two letters different and is the exact same name we are having trouble with the airline and 3rd party company agreeing what is acceptable and isn't acceptable so was just wondering if you had any advice iif this would be ok to enter the country with the slight spelling mistake? We are travelling to Auckland.

Thankyou
Lara
Tue, 3 Feb 2015 15:11 EST
Ceritified documents
I am going to apply for an ancestry visa and wanted to check that photocopied birth certificates that are certified by the NZ Police will be accepted or do I need to send orignal birth certificates?

Thank you :)
John Bishop
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 19:39 EST
Not enough pages left in my passport
I am waiting for immigration NZ to issue me with a 3 year work permit but apparently they can't do that because I don't have enough empty pages to print the visa in. can I get an extension of pages in my passport from Wellington or a replacement passport there or do I have to send it back to the UK? My sister is very ill in England and I don't want to be without my passport for long as I may need to travel to the UK.
phil
Tue, 6 Jan 2015 22:15 EST
british passport
Hi. I am looking and working over in the UK and want to know if by applying for a british passport and visa and is granted, will this let me have the opportunity to live and work over in Britain?
Katrina Jones
Wed, 12 Nov 2014 01:41 EST
9 month visitor visa
I hold a British passport ,my husband a Australian passport,
and my 2 children have New Zealand passports.
We want to visit the UK for 9 months next year.
We have accomodation and enough money to support our selves.
My parents are getting older and my father has only been given a short time to live .
How do we go about getting a extension on a 6 month visa ?
Can not find any help on web site .
We may go over to Europe so will they issue us another one when we come back ?
Kind regards
V Brenson
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 21:47 EDT
Re entry to England after 6 month visa up
Hi,
I am currently visiting England on a 6 month visitor pass (visa-waiver granted to NZers). At the end of the 6 months visit here I plan to go to Norway for 3 months. My question is, how long until I am allowed back in England again, say on another 6 month visitor pass (I understand that the visitor pass is not a visa and is granted at the time and subject to border control approval).

I can't find any information anywhere on this and contacted the NZ embassy in London who sent me a useless form directing me to border control rules online, but with no real answer.
Jonathan Mcnulty
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 03:25 EDT
Passport taking a journey through washing machine.....and tumble dryer.
Hi there,as an Englishman living in christchurch I'm currently on a works to residence visa.Took a trip to Sydney last week and on arriving back to chch I foolishly put my passport through the washing machine,the pic on the passport has completly faded.What is the best way to rectify this?can I get another passport from Wellington or do I have to send it back to UK?

Many thanks

Jono
Darrin Healy
Sun, 28 Sep 2014 22:10 EDT
Countersignatory
I have been asked by an associate to be a counter signatory.He is in the process of applying for a British passport. I hold a British and New zealand passport but both are expired. Is this going to stop me from being a counter signatory for my associate ?
martin ewen
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 16:44 EDT
confirmation on 'uncancelled non-British passwords relating to you.'
I'm renewing my British passport.

I'm seeking confirmation as to whether I'm obliged to send in my expired NZ passport with my application as per the wording in my subject header?

I'd really appreciate some advice.
mari duthie
Sun, 27 Apr 2014 13:46 EDT
passport
my grandchildren were born in new Zealand their mother my daughter is British can the children get british passports

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