Length of stay

Upto 4 Years

You can

  • Study full-time at the course stated on your visa – this includes schools, tertiary (study after secondary school) and English study.
  • Work part-time up to twenty hours every week while studying or full-time within the holidays, counting on your visa conditions.
  • Live by yourself above a particular age, otherwise you’ll got to accompany your parent or trustee .
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Things to note

  • If you want to bring your partner or children with you, they can apply for visas based on their relationship to you.
  • Your Student Visa is normally for the same length of time as the study you’ve paid for.
  • You can apply for this visa if you’re a distance learning or correspondence student who is studying outside New Zealand and you need to visit New Zealand for more than 3 months to attend your education provider, eg to do practical study or sit exams.

Identity

You must provide proof of your identity

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  • 1 acceptable photo if you apply online, or 2 photos if you employ a paper form .
  • your passport or certificate of identity.

ACCEPTABLE PHOTOS

If you submit a paper application, provide your original passport or a licensed copy. we will usually process your application faster if you provide your original passport.

If you apply online, you want to upload a replica of your passport once you apply. we’ll allow you to know if you would like to send your passport after you’ve applied.

SENDING YOUR PASSPORT FOR ONLINE APPLICATIONS

Health

You must be in good health

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You may got to have a chest x-ray, a checkup or both as proof of your healthiness .

WHO NEEDS AN X-RAY OR checkup

Full fee paying students don’t usually got to provide a medical certificate.

You will got to get a chest X-ray if you’re from, or have hung out during a country where Tuberculosis (TB) is common

Character

You must be of good character

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You may got to provide police certificates as proof of your good character.

If you’re aged 17 and over, and can stay in New Zealand for quite 24 months (this includes any time you’ve got already spent in New Zealand), you want to provide police certificates from:

  • your country(s) of citizenship
  • any country(s) you’ve spent quite 5 years in since turning 17.

You do not got to provide police certificates if:

  • you have provided them to us with an earlier visa application, and that they were issued within the previous 36 months, or
  • you are under 20 years aged and have held a student visa (or consecutive student visas) on and since the date you turned 17 and are applying for an extra student visa.
  • GOOD CHARACTER
  • POLICE CERTIFICATES

Genuine intentions

You must genuinely intend to meet the conditions of your visa

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When we decide if your intentions are genuine (bona fide), we consider all the information:

  • you provide to support your application
  • we have about your personal circumstances, and
  • you provided in any previous applications.

GENUINE INTENTIONS TO VISIT, STUDY OR WORK IN NZ

EVIDENCE THAT YOU ARE A GENUINE VISITOR

Offer of place

You must have an offer of place from an approved education provider

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Your offer of place – or if you’re a returning student, your confirmation of enrolment – must include:

  • the name of your course and the way long the course is for
  • confirmation that your tuition fees are going to be paid by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • whether your study are going to be full-time, part-time or as a distance learning or correspondence student
  • if your course is for quite one school year , the dates of all of the course’s scheduled holidays
  • if you’re under 18, confirmation that your accommodation complies with the ‘Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of International Students’.

Offers of place must also include your approved education provider’s signed declaration that they’ve assessed and are satisfied that:

  • the programme offered is acceptable for your expectations
  • you have English language ability and academic capability to succeed

Education (Pastoral Care of International Students) Code of Practice 2016

It’s OK if you provide information about your scheduled holidays during a separate document.

Tuition fees

Unless you’re exempt, you must have enough money to pay your tuition fees

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Evidence can include anybody of the following:

  • Letter from your approved education provider showing fees are paid or that you simply don’t need to pay fees
  • Evidence that your home country government loan has been applied for, and confirmation from the education provider they expect to receive the fees
  • Evidence you’ve applied for a home country government loan and confirmation that you’re enrolling during a bachelor degree programme or higher at a personal Training Establishment (PTE)
  • Evidence you’ve got a scholarship from your education provider.

For applications processed outside New Zealand, evidence of payment isn’t required until after the appliance has been approved in theory .

If you study multiple courses, or one course for quite one year, you want to provide evidence you’ve got enough money to pay tuition fees for your first course or year of study, and also how you’ll pay your tuition fees for subsequent years.

Medical and travel insurance

You must have full medical and travel insurance for the length of your stay

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  • You must declare in your visa application that you simply comply with arrange and hold insurance.
  • Your policy must cover you from the date that you simply arrive in New Zealand until the day you allow .
  • Your policy must cover all of the following:
  • travel (this includes visit and from New Zealand, within New Zealand, and out of doors New Zealand if traveling as a part of the course)
  • medical care in New Zealand, including diagnosis, prescription, surgery, and hospitalization
  • the transportation out of latest Zealand as a results of serious illness or injury, including the duvet of travel costs incurred by relations assisting the scholar
  • death (including cover of the travel costs of relations to and from New Zealand, costs of repatriation, and funeral expenses).

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) students don’t got to hold insurance.

You can arrange insurance through your education provider. If you’re arranging your own insurance, your education provider can offer you more information about what your policy must cover.

Already have a Student Visa

You must be able to show that you’re passing your course and meeting your attendance requirements

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If you have already got a Student Visa and you’re applying for an additional Student Visa, you want to provide photocopied evidence of your previous student performance, progress and attendance. this will include:

  • academic transcripts
  • a letter from your approved education provider
  • attendance records.

Funds

You must have enough money to live on while you’re in New Zealand

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Evidence can include:

  • proof that you simply have NZ $15,000 for a full year of study or NZ $1,250 per month that you’ll be in New Zealand
  • documents that show your living costs are paid — for instance , for a faculty homestay where you’ll accept an area family while you study
  • a ‘Sponsorship Form for Temporary Entry’ completed by a suitable sponsor
  • a completed ‘Financial Undertaking for a Student’ form.

ACCEPTABLE SPONSORS

Sponsorship Form for Temporary Entry (INZ 1025)PDF 295KB

Financial Undertaking for a Student (INZ 1014)PDF 258KB

You may be ready to use the Funds Transfer Scheme to point out that you simply are going to be ready to access your funds in New Zealand.

FUNDS TRANSFER SCHEME

If you’re applying in South Asia, you would like to supply acceptable evidence you’ll comfortably afford to review in New Zealand.

EVIDENCE OF FUNDS TO SUPPORT YOUR STUDY

If you’re applying in South Asia, only immediate family are ready to sponsor you or provide a financial undertaking. Immediate family are your partner, parents, siblings, grandparents and parents-in-law.

If you study for quite 1 year, you want to provide evidence you’ve got enough money to support yourself for your first year and show how you’ll pay your living costs for the subsequent years.

Evidence of how you’ll buy the subsequent years must be money you’ll access while you’re in New Zealand like savings or family income.

Depending on what city you reside in while you’re in New Zealand, you would possibly need quite NZD $15,000 per annum (NZD $1250 per month) to measure on while you’re studying.

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Onward travel

You must have a ticket to leave New Zealand or be sponsored for the cost of your onward travel

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Evidence can include:

  • your travel ticket
  • proof you’ve got enough money to shop for a ticket out of New Zealand, additionally to the funds you’ve got to measure on
  • a ‘Sponsorship Form for Temporary Entry’ completed by a suitable sponsor.

ACCEPTABLE SPONSORS
Sponsorship Form for Temporary Entry (INZ 1025)PDF 295KB

Parent or legal guardian

If you are aged 9 or younger you must be accompanied by your parent or legal guardian unless you will live in an NZQA approved school hostel

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If you want to be accompanied, you want to provide proof that your parent or trustee cares for you in your home country and has the right to supply look after you.

Evidence your parent or trustee cares for you in your home country can include:

  • your parent or guardian’s passport, or residence document showing that you’ve been living with them in your home country
  • documents that show they’ve purchased your education
  • educational records or documents that show they’re liable for your education

Evidence your parent or trustee has the right to supply look after you’ll include:

  • your certificate or adoption papers (if they’re your parent)
  • court documents (if they’re a court-appointed guardian)
  • relevant legal documents if they’re a testamentary guardian (i.e. they were named as guardian in your parents’ will, and your parents are deceased).

Your parent or trustee must apply separately for the sort of visa they have .

If you’ve got to be amid a parent or trustee , you want to accept that person while you’re studying.

Permission to work

If you’re aged 16 or 17, or in years 12 or 13 of secondary school, you must have written permission to work

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You must have permission to figure up to twenty hours every week and/or full-time within the summer holidays from each of the following:

  • your parents or trustee
  • your approved education provider.

If you’re 18 or over, you don’t need permission to figure over the summer holidays. We won’t grant work rights to children under 16 who have a Student Visa.

Full-time vacation work rights

You must provide information about your holidays and your course

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If you’re allowed to figure full-time within the holidays, proof:

  • of the vacations scheduled by your approved education provider, as shown in your offer of place document
  • that your course value is 120 credits – this information could also be on your fee receipt or invoice, or other correspondence provided by your approved education provider.

 

Practical experience (optional)

If you’re required to do practical work experience as part of your course, you must provide evidence that it’s a course requirement

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Evidence can include either of the following:
• a letter from your approved education provider
• a course outline that shows the sensible component requirement, as shown in your offer of place document.

Any practical work experience you need to do complete your course can be worked in addition to the other hours your visa conditions allow you to work. 

 

Online Process
Process
1
Gather your documents
Prepare and gather all of your documentation you would like for this visa.

Downloads
HIDESHOW
First-time student visa application checklistPDF 445KB
2
Submit your application
Apply online, upload your documents and pay applicable fees. Use our first-time student visa application checklist to assist you.

If you have already got a Student Visa and you’re in New Zealand, and your approved education provider is certified with Provider Direct, they will prepare and submit the scholar Visa application for you.

PROVIDER DIRECT

  1. Wait for a visa decision

If there is anything else you need to do, we will be in touch.

Paper Process

Process

1 Gather your documents

Prepare and gather all of your documentation you would like for this visa.

If you have already got a Student Visa and you’re in New Zealand, and your approved education provider is certified with Provider Direct, they will prepare and submit the Student Visa application for you.

PROVIDER DIRECT

Downloads

HIDESHOW

First-time student visa application checklistPDF 445KB

2 Submit your application

Complete the paper form and send it to us together with your application fee, immigration levy, and therefore the documents listed within the checklist on the form. Use our first-time student visa application checklist to assist you.

Downloads

HIDESHOW

Student Visa Guide (INZ 1013)PDF 289KB

Student Visa Application (INZ 1012)PDF 338KB

Financial Undertaking for a Student (INZ 1014)PDF 258KB

Health Requirements for entry to New Zealand (INZ 1121)PDF 260KB

3 Wait for a visa decision

If there is anything else you need to do, we will be in touch.

Immigration costs

– NZD ($)

Application cost

$ 330

This is the charge for Immigration New Zealand to process your application. We don’t refund application costs if we decline your application.
A non-refundable immigration levy is charged and is included within the cost.
An International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) of NZD $35 is charged and is included within the cost.
Receiving centre fees

    INR (₹) USD ($) INR (₹)

Passport Fee

₹ 747

For each application.

After you apply online you must send us your passport. The passport charge is for the Visa Application Centre (VAC) to receive and handle your passport.

Receiving centre details

Website

www.vfsglobal.com

Payment methods

IN PERSON

BY POST

Postal address

New Zealand Visa Application Centre
Mezzanine Floor, Baba Kadak Singh Marg
Shivaji Stadium Metro Station
Connaught Place
New Delhi 110001
India

Physical address

New Zealand Visa Application Centre
Mezzanine Floor, Baba Kadak Singh Marg
Shivaji Stadium Metro Station
Connaught Place
New Delhi 110001
India
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Telephone

+91-022-6786-6053

Email

info.nzin@vfshelpline.com

Hours

Lodgement for Travel Agents

Monday to Friday

09:00 to 13:00

Lodgement for general applicants

Monday to Friday

09:00 to 15:00

Monday to Friday

09:00 to 15:00

Phone enquiries: 09:00 – 15:00

Other notes

The VAC will email you or your representative confirmation once your application has been successfully submitted.

Once your application has been submitted, status updates will be available showing the movement of your application between the VAC and Immigration New Zealand.

Track the status of your application

Conditions

These are the conditions that you simply must meet once you’ve got your visa.

Entry permission

You must apply for entry permission once you arrive in New Zealand. you’ll do that by completing an arrival card, which you are given on the way to New Zealand.

ARRIVING IN NEW ZEALAND

You can be refused entry permission if:

  • you don’t meet our character requirements
  • your circumstances have changed since you were granted a visa
  • you refuse to allow us to take your photo or to supply us together with your fingerprints or an iris scan, if asked for them
  • you are unable to supply evidence of any onward travel or funds required by the conditions of your visa.

IF you’re REFUSED ENTRY TO NEW ZEALAND

BEFORE YOU visit NEW ZEALAND

Travel

If you want to travel in and out of New Zealand, you must have valid multiple entry travel conditions to return to New Zealand.

VARYING THE CONDITIONS OF A STUDENT VISA

If you’re applying from inside New Zealand, we’ll normally offer you multiple entry travel conditions once we grant you this visa.

If you don’t have multiple entry travel conditions and you allow New Zealand, your visa will expire.

Your travel conditions are going to be recorded on your visa label or in your visa letter.

Onward travel

During the length of your visa, you must have a travel ticket or funds available to buy a ticket to a country you can enter. The funds can be in the form of any of the following:

  • sufficient funds held in New Zealand to get a travel ticket
  • an acceptable sort of financial undertaking by your guarantor
  • current sponsorship by a suitable sponsor.

ACCEPTABLE SPONSORS

If your visa doesn’t record that you’re sponsored or state that a return/onward ticket isn’t required, you may be asked for evidence of your travel arrangements when you check in or arrive in New Zealand.

Funds or sponsorship

You must have enough money held in New Zealand to support yourself for the length of your visa.

If you’re sponsored, your sponsor must:

  • ensure your needs for maintenance are met while you’re in New Zealand
  • pay any costs if we ask you to leave New Zealand.

If you have a guarantor, your guarantor must ensure your need for maintenance is met while you’re in New Zealand.

If your visa label or letter doesn’t say ‘Financial evidence not required’ or ‘The holder of this visa is sponsored’, we may ask for evidence of funds when you arrive in New Zealand.

Medical and travel insurance

You must maintain your medical and travel policy while you’re studying in New Zealand, from the time you enrol until your visa expires.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students don’t got to have insurance.

Work

You may be allowed to figure part-time for up to twenty hours every week and full-time during all scheduled holidays and/or during the Christmas and New Year holiday period.

WORK RIGHTS FOR STUDENTS

Everyone who features a job in New Zealand pays tax on what they earn. you’ll apply for an IRD number online through Inland Revenue.

Apply online for an IRD number

Parent or legal guardian

If you’re required to be accompanied, your parent or trustee must accept you while you’re studying and that they can’t leave New Zealand without you.

Attendance and progress

You must study full-time and attend your course at the approved education provider noted on your visa, unless you have a reasonable excuse for absences.

You must make satisfactory progress on your course.

Visa expiry

You must leave New Zealand before your visa expires.

Visa expiry dates are printed on a visa label or included during a visa letter.

If there is anything else you need to do, we will be in touch.

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