Paste your Google Webmaster Tools verification code here

A visa label is placed in the holder’s passport or travel document, and contains information about the holder’s entitlements to travel to and stay in New Zealand, as well as other conditions (such as the ability to work or study in New Zealand).
All applications approved under the Immigration Act 2009 are given a visa label in the new format. The visa has the same entitlements as any visa or permit that would otherwise have been granted under the Immigration Act 1987. The new visa label records the holder’s rights to travel to, stay in and re-enter New Zealand. It also shows other entitlements or restrictions, such as the ability to study in New Zealand, or a requirement for the holder to work for a particular employer.