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
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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 (...
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 ...
The Deutschlandfunk news today talked about the recovery flights and mentioned that smaller Pacific islands were difficult, so they were going to stage the recovery through New Zealand.
At a wild guess, the flight(s) would carry Germans stuck in NZ, too.
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 ...
I believe Viator is legitimate, but I personally prefer to book at the service provider whenever I can. In this case you have USD as chosen currency at Viator, hence your perceived big difference in pricing. You can change it at the bottom of the Viator page. USD 85.50 is about NZD 133 so the difference is not that big. A discount of 10%-15% is not ...
This is a mistake.
Driving isn't book knowledge. Driving is about experience. Don't attempt to drive in a foreign country until you've racked up years of daily experience driving at home.
That is why the process to get a license is so tortuous. And you shouldn't circumvent that by ticking away the months with little actual driving in that time. ...
Can I work for my usual employer remotely while on holiday in New Zealand?
Yes. As long as the primary purpose of your visit to New Zealand is ‘holidaying’.
If holidaying will be the main activity that you will be engaged in throughout your time in New Zealand, it would not be an issue to work remotely from time to time in relation to your usual overseas ...
From the New Zealand Immigration web site:
You can visit New Zealand as a genuine tourist for up to 9 months in
an 18-month period.
The 18-month period is calculated backwards from the last day you intend to be in New Zealand.
If the last day you’ll be here is 1 December, then your 18-month period will begin on 1 June of the year before.
A Filipino passport holder normally requires a visa to visit South Korea, however according to Timatic, Filipino passports with a visa for New Zealand can enter visa free.
Korea (Rep. of), South - Destination Visa
The following are exempt from holding a visa:
Nationals of Philippines with a visa issued by Austria, Belgium, ...
The 12 month period between grant and use also applies to New Zealand. From Germany Working Holiday Visa Conditions:
You must come to New Zealand within 12 months of the date your visa is granted.
After you arrive in New Zealand, you can come and go from New Zealand as many times as you like before your visa expires.
I can't find documentation that ...
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.
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 ...
You can use the visa verification service, from the NZ GOV website:
To check your visa conditions online you need to register and log in to our Visa Verification Service and enter your personal and visa details listed below:
current passport number
date of birth
visa start date
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 ...
This is impossible as you need to hold a learners licence for at least 6 months before you take the test.
From the AA Website:
You must be 16 1/2 or older and have held a learners license for at least 6 months to take your restricted practical test.
Well, yes. There's Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific and others that fly direct from Manila to Sydney.
Then there are several airlines that fly to Auckland and back (Qantas, LATAM, Virgin, Air New Zealand, Jetstar and more).
So for the cheapest ticket, you'll perhaps want to consider booking a return ticket to Sydney, and a return ticket from Sydney to ...
Maruia Hot Springs are very relaxed about dress code. True most folks go clothed into the water but no one bothers if you are bold enough to go naked - it is a natural place and surely the forest is offended if you don’t. (Visit summer 2020)
Neither country requires visa applicants to apply from their country of citizenship, so you can apply from Germany.
You can apply online for both countries. Fill out the online application form, and scan and upload supporting documents. For Australia, the process is entirely electronic as applications from Germany are (as of time of writing) not required ...
This is not a non-issue. Every time you need to apply for a visa to New Zealand or any other country you will have to explain that you have been refused a visa, and give details of the circumstances. Don't be tempted to omit the details. If the country to which you are applying already knows you have been refused and you omit the information, you'll be ...
I contacted the NZ Transport Agency to ask them if there was any residency requirement for obtaining a driver license. They said anyone can apply for a license while visiting New Zealand.
If they are wanting to apply through the New Zealand Driver Licence
system and are not going to be converting an overseas licence the
New Zealand does issue eVisas but this won't answer the question as to whether you will need to submit your passport or not, as you may be asked to supply your passport for verification after you have submitted your visa application.
In general, however, personal experience and after a quick poll in the office, the experience of the many nationalities that ...
This article lists the Chinatowns in New Zealand and Australia. There is one in Auckland but it quite small in comparison, only 7000m². I also couldn’t find any Chinatowns in any other places than mentioned above, so I think here’s a full list of Chinatowns in NZ:
And I think that’s about it.
The only thing I need is to have printed my NZeta visa issued?
You do not need to printout of your NZeTA, although you may wish to retain a printout for your comfort. LATAM will verify your NZeTA electronically against your passport when you check in at Santiago, using the the Government's Advance Passenger Processing system. Therefore it is important ...
New Zealand doesn't provide E-Visa and you do not qualify for a visa waiver. Therefore you have to send the passport to the embassy.
Sending passport via post for Visa is very common and losing the passport is very rare. However, in the current timeline, there is a real possibility of the passport not arriving in time. Check with your visa agent if this is ...
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 ...