注意事项：在first entry 之前登陆NZ，first entry一般是自签发之日起1年的有效期；
expiry date travel 首登之后的两年有效期；持有Resident Visa两年后申请Permanent Resident Visa
Client number: ******
Name of Principal Applicant******
Mailing Address: ******
Application for a residence class visa for:
Applicant: Date of birth:
Our decision on your application
We are pleased to tell you that we have approved your application for a New Zealand resident visa.
Your resident visa and travel conditions
We have granted you a resident visa with travel conditions. Your visa allows you to live, work, and study in New Zealand. It will not expire while you remain inside New Zealand.
There are two types of travel conditions on your resident visa. The travel conditions appear on the top right-hand side of the visa label in your passport.
The “first entry before” travel condition means that you must travel to New Zealand before ****** in order to keep your resident visa valid. If you do not enter New Zealand before this date, your resident visa will no longer be valid.
Once you arrive in New Zealand, the “expiry date travel” condition will allow you to travel outside New Zealand and be granted re-entry into New Zealand as a resident when you return. This condition will be valid for two years after you first arrive in New Zealand as a resident.
Expiry of your resident visa
Please note that your resident visa will expire if you leave New Zealand and you do not have valid travel conditions that allow you to return as a resident. If you are travelling outside New Zealand and plan to return after your current travel conditions expire, you will need to apply for a variation of travel conditions, or a permanent resident visa. However, if you do not leave New Zealand, your resident visa allows you to stay indefinitely.
Applying for a permanent resident visa
After you have held your resident visa for two years you will be eligible to apply for a permanent resident visa. This can be done at any Immigration New Zealand (INZ) branch. Permanent resident visas are not subject to travel conditions and do not expire. If you are granted a permanent resident visa, you will be able to travel outside New Zealand and be allowed re-entry into New Zealand as a resident at any time.
Settlement Support New Zealand
Settlement Support New Zealand (SSNZ) is a national support network set up to help you and your family to find local services that you might need as you settle into your new life in New Zealand. Settlement Support New Zealand is currently available in 19 locations throughout New Zealand and offers a clear point of contact for your settlement queries.
If you have recently arrived in New Zealand and you want to talk to your nearest Settlement Support New Zealand co-ordinator about local information, please call 0800 SSNZ4U (0800 776 948) on a landline. The Settlement Support New Zealand locations can also be found on our website at: http://www.immigration.govt.nz/ssnz
Please note: Settlement Support New Zealand is not an Immigration NZ branch and cannot answer immigration queries. For all immigration-related queries, please refer to the “Contact us” details as below.
Immigration Act 2009
INZ has changed the terminology it uses. From 29 November 2010, we will use the term visa to mean the authority to travel to New Zealand and stay in New Zealand. We have made this change because of the new Immigration Act 2009. If you applied for a permit before 29 November 2010, INZ will now grant you a visa. This change will not affect your immigration status.
Your documents 即将返还的资料
We are returning your original documents to VAC. The documents are:
If you have any questions, you can:
?email me at @.com
?call our Immigration Contact Centre on 0508 55 88 55 or (64) 9 914 4100 (operator available 7am – 7pm NZ time)
?find answers to frequently asked questions or lodge an email enquiry online at www.immigration.govt.nz/help
You will need to tell us your application and client numbers (see the top of this letter). Please be ready to quote them when you phone.
Immigration Officer - Shanghai
Visa Services, Immigration New Zealand
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment