- Email. email@example.com.
- Phone Number. 0508 558 855 (Toll free from NZ landlines only)
- Phone Number. 04 910 9915 (Wellington)
- Phone Number. 09 914 4100 (For international callers)
- Website. https://www.immigration.govt.nz.
- Website. https://www.newzealandnow.govt.nz/
How do I send my passport to New Zealand immigration?
Where to send your passport. If we tell you to send us your passport, you should send it to your nearest Visa Application Centre (VAC). If you are applying outside New Zealand, we must receive your passport within 20 days. It is important you send us your passport promptly.
How do I appeal an immigration decision in NZ?
Once your current visa has expired so that you’re now here illegally, you can appeal to the Immigration and Protection Tribunal on humanitarian grounds to let you stay in New Zealand. You can complain to the Ombudsman. You can go to the High Court for “judicial review” of how Immigration NZ made their decision.
Where do I send my immigration application NZ?
- PO Box 1473.
- Wellington 6140.
- New Zealand.
Are NZ borders open?
New Zealand‘s border is reopening to all tourists and visa holders from 11:59pm 31 July 2022. Vaccinated travellers arriving under the Accredited Employer Work Visa category can apply to enter New Zealand from 4 July 2022.
How do I contact immigration NZ?
All queries regarding immigration instructions or applications currently in progress should be directed to the Immigration Contact Centre. You can do this by calling 0508 55 88 55 from within New Zealand or +64 9 914 4100 from outside of New Zealand.
How do I inform immigration of a new passport?
- Login to ImmiAccount.
- Use the ‘+’ icon to expand the application details.
- Select ‘Update details’
- Select ‘Change of passport details’
- Select the applicant.
- Enter the new passport details.
- Enter the reason for the change.
- Select ‘Submit’
How long does it take for immigration judge to make a decision?
Due to a large backlog of immigration cases, it can take months or even years for an immigration case to be decided. In California, the average time to complete an immigration case is 2-3 years, depending on whether the case involves a criminal conviction (which takes longer).
How do I challenge immigration decision?
For most cases, you must appeal online using the MyHMCTS service. You’ll need to create an account first if you do not have one. You must only appeal using a paper form if your client is in detention or has been refused settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme.
How long does an immigration appeal decision take?
An immigration appeal may take between 6 months and 1 year to resolve.
How do I contact immigration officer?
Dial 800-375-5283 (TTY 800-767-1833) and ask your question in English or Spanish. The system will answer your question and can send you links to forms and information by email or text.
How do you address a letter to immigration?
The letter should be addressed to “Honorable Immigration Judge.” • Introduce yourself, your immigration status, and address. If you are doing so in a professional capacity, letterhead is sufficient and no need to include a personal address.
How do I send immigration forms?
Mail Your Application, Petition, or Request Mail your forms to the address listed on that form’s webpage. You may submit your forms through USPS, FedEx, DHL, or UPS. If you mail your applications, petitions, or requests to the wrong filing location, we may reject it as improperly filed and return it to you to re-file.
Can you travel to New Zealand right now?
The New Zealand Government announced that from 11:59 pm on May 1, 2022, vaccinated visitors from visa waiver countries, and visitors from other countries who already hold a valid visitor visa can enter New Zealand and test on arrival.
Can you still travel to New Zealand?
You may travel to New Zealand while the border is closed if we consider it a critical purpose to travel.
Do I need a PCR test to enter New Zealand?
Make sure your test results meet the requirements a PCR test no more than 48 hours before your first international flight to New Zealand. a supervised rapid antigen test (RAT) or loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) test no more than 24 hours before your first international flight to New Zealand.