You travelled with your daughter to Russia on Russian passports, but your daughter is a New Zealand citizen with a New Zealand birth certificate.
I assume that you have a valid New Zealand visa entitling you to re-entry into New Zealand.
You made the assumption that your daughter's New Zealand birth certificate would entitle her to re-entry into New Zealand, ...
There are 3 forms of accepted ID. An NZ drivers license, any current passport and a HANZ18+ card. You can find a form for an 18+ card here:
It costs $50 but could be a good idea if you're planning on being out often because taking your passport around with you while ...
New Zealand visas are generally issued electronically and are linked to your passport number. Therefore it is important that the passport details on your visa are correct.
Immigration New Zealand's web site contains the following information on fixing visa errors:
eVisa does not match your passport
If there is an error in the visa details listed in your ...
Have they looked at the German Embassy site for New Zealand?
The first link of that page leads to the Covid-19: Informationen für Reisende page that gives details about the present situation.
Have they registred in the ELEFAND as well at the www.rueckholprogramm.de?
the latter is needed so that the Embassy knows who needs help
Hierfür gilt ...
This is the sort of waffle that marketing people are very good at generating. It is positive in all the right ways, and negative in all the right ways. It's clever.
Is it catchy? Yes.
Is it carefully modest? Yes. (Note that it's not the MOST photographed.)
Is it a slogan? Yes.
Is it possible to disprove? No/unlikely.
Are people likely to question it? No. (...
I'm living in a high populated area (at least for NZ's standard) in Auckland, but the question goes for the whole country.
Yes. Except in exceptional circumstances, NZ tapwater is universally safe to drink. Standards exist to ensure that major contaminating organisms such as Protozoa and Cryptosporidium are removed or reduced to safe levels.
For your proposed routing, Timatic currently says:
Transit - Australia (AU)
Passengers are not allowed to transit or enter Australia.
Passengers departing from New Zealand with a confirmed onward ticket on the same calendar day to return home are allowed to transit through Australia. They must remain airside and must have not been in China (...
I am willing to contest the basic premise: despite several claims online, I won't accept that this train station is the second most photographed building in the southern hemisphere. That said, perhaps it depends on how you stretch the definition of 'building'.
Not exactly scientific, but hard numbers nonetheless, I searched Flickr for...
"machu picchu": ...
Answer is from official New Zealand Customs for person arriving in New Zealand and you are supposed to declare (Cash, Food and Medicine) in passenger arrival card upon arrival.
1 Agriculture Item And Food
The following classes of goods must be declared to the Ministry for
Primary Industries (MPI):
Food of any kind.
Animals (alive or dead) or ...
You need to transfer your visa in your new passport. From the official New Zealand Immigration :
Transferring my visa to a new passport
"If you have renewed your passport (because it has expired, was
lost/stolen or your name has changed), you need to transfer your valid
visa into your new passport before you use it to travel. This applies
I'm from Christchurch (although I live in Sydney at present).
The museum has reopened and has some stuff about the city.
However, in the 'container mall' known as re:Start, there's an information center with a lot of info on the history. It's coordinated by the museum and the exhibit/place is called Quake City. It has an interactive ...
So I've sort of been in your situation. I've needed more than 3 months supply of medication (heart/blood pressure and more) as a New Zealand citizen living in the UK (before a trip to South America and before a trip overland Asia). I've also needed several months supply as a NZ citizen living in Australia for a trip.
There's two sides to the problem, as ...
No, citizens of the EU do not need a visa to visit New Zealand for up to 90 days.
If you are between 18 and 30 years old, you can apply for a Working Holiday Visa which allows you to stay and work for up to 12 months.
If you want to stay longer than that, you will have to apply for a different visa.
The Wikipedia article conflicts with information available directly from the New Zealand government.
Following the links on the NZ government visa page here allows one to enter "Somalia" for country of passport, and returns a screen showing that a Visitor Visa is available and requires these things:
You must show that you’re a genuine tourist or visitor ...
As per your letter - The last date you may travel to New Zealand is: 23 December 2019 - this means you need to arrive in New Zealand on or before December 23, and This visa expires 1 month(s) after your first arrival means you have one month after that arrival before the visa expires (and therefore need to leave the country).
So yes, you can arrive on (or ...
I'm not familiar with Primark, but in New Zealand you can find inexpensive clothing at The Warehouse, Kmart, possibly Farmers, and probably others.
In general, goods available in New Zealand will not be as cheap as you might be accustomed to. There are many reasons for this (not the least of which is NZ is a small, remote market), but it all adds up to ...
I am a Brit that lives in NZ, and I can tell you there is nothing quite like Primark.
The closest would be The Warehouse or kMart, (Farmers is more expensive than both, but quality and range is larger).
However, these still aren't as cheap, the range is a lot smaller, (given that clothing is only a small part of what they offer) and the quality isn't the ...
Portions of the road are not fully paved. It is regarded as a relatively dangerous road by New Zealanders, and rightly so. Here is an interactive tool that lets you search NZ locations for car accidents; you'll note that there are a lot on SH43, even more significant when you consider how little traffic the road actually gets. If you are not familiar with ...
As is evident with the recent case of the Australian deputy prime minister, it is possible to renounce your New Zealand citizenship. Therefore, even though a New Zealand birth certificate may provide a strong suggestion that your daughter still holds this citizenship it is not proof. For example, she could have renounced it if she is of legal age. ...
They are 2 different countries and what visa you require for each all depends on what country you are from.
If you are from a 'visa-waiver country' you don't need to apply for a visa beforehand. You simply turn up with proof of onward travel and proof that you have enough funds to maintain your trip in NZ. You will be issued a visa on arrival.
Almost without fail, swimming costumes are required. As are towels, so as not to drip everywhere.
There are however, sometimes private pools you can reserve (indoors) - for example, at Hanmer Springs, and I suspect a lot of the time, swimming costumes may not be used there, although I think officially they'd be required.
However, there are a few ...
Although I don't drink, I have used US-issued ID documents in New Zealand for other purposes. Based on my experience, a passport is always fine as ID, whereas an ID card (especially one that isn't a driver's license) is sometimes trickier. I've also purchased alcohol for cooking purposes, although I don't recall which ID I used (which probably means I used a ...
my name is Brando Yelavich. I'm 19 and I'm simply walking around New Zealand without using roads, so on the beaches and coastlines living off the land. You can watch my progress here http://wildboy.co.nz (facebook page).
I'm 78 days in and just about at the bottom of the north island. It is going to take me about 1 1/2 years. I'm doing it solo, so no ...
Japanese-themed and Japanese-operated Maruia Springs on the spine of the South Island has a Japanese-style public bathhouse where swimwear is optional:
Pretty much everywhere else, including the outdoor area at Maruia itself, swimwear is required.
For the New Zealand Visa Waiver Visitor Visa you do need
a travel ticket out of New Zealand to a country you have the right to enter.
Even more specific
You must have a travel ticket out of New Zealand to a country you have the right to enter at all times during your visit.
You’ll be asked to show us your travel ticket when you check-in or ...