Residence visa holders travelling to New Zealand
If you hold a residence visa and this is not your first time travelling to New Zealand you can enter New Zealand.
Residence visa holders who have not yet travelled to New Zealand on that visa
You are subject to the current travel restrictions and cannot travel to New Zealand.
Partners, dependent children and legal guardians
You may travel to New Zealand if you are traveling with:
- New Zealand citizens or permanent resident visa holders
- New Zealand resident visa holders where the resident visa was granted in New Zealand
- New Zealand resident visa holders where the resident visa holder is arriving in New Zealand for a second or subsequent time where they are travelling with that New Zealand citizen or resident visa holder
Or, if you are a visitor, student or work visa holder who is ordinarily resident in New Zealand and the partner or dependent child of a temporary student or work visa holder who is in New Zealand.
Australian citizens and permanent residents who normally live in New Zealand
Australian citizens and permanent residents who normally live in New Zealand can still travel to New Zealand.
Citizens of Samoa and Tonga
You are able to travel to New Zealand if making essential travel to New Zealand.