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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 ...


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She can't get a student visa. She would be asked to disclose all her current and past citizenships, and once she mentions the current Czech one she is no longer eligible. Since NZ is an Annex II country, she could arrive visa-free on her NZ passport and sort things out in Germany. That would leave an entry stamp with no matching exit in the passport, but the ...


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You need not worry, since your original tourist visa is now void since you have departed New Zealand and returned home. You are taking the correct steps in applying for a business visitor visa, since the nature of your next trip is for business purposes. Just keep in mind the requirements for such a visa. According to the NZ Immigration official website ...


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Skinny, a company which uses the Spark network (which means NZ is very well covered by them) have a $20NZD a week unlimited plan (data, voice, texts) on pay-as-you-go (but it comes with a slowdown after 10GB of usage per billing cycle), and on other plans have an option for "data binge" which is unlimited data per use, and a 12 hour data binge costs you $4. ...


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Kinda. There are for example, historic 'Chinatown' settlements in some old gold mining towns, like Arrowtown. As for a modern 'Chinatown', in my city - Christchurch, for example, there's a block in an area called Church Corner, that has a bunch of Chinese markets, restaurants and shops: However, there are also random Korean and Filipino ones in there ...


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Why don't you ask the insurance company? If I were you I would be more worried with the rental company providing a car without snow tires.. In addition, road closures can occur but, if it is just snow, are often quickly resolved. So I would not worry too much. It is also difficult to prove to the Insurance that road has been closed. For flights etc. this is ...


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