Access help and support

When you move to a new country there are a million questions to answer, and sometimes you won’t even know who to ask.

Immigration New Zealand has information services for new migrants to help them settle and work in New Zealand.

  • Look online

    This website is your first step and it is full of useful tips and information about how things work in New Zealand.

  • Also check your region's Information & advice pages for details on local information services and Newcomers' Networks.

  • To keep connected, share your settlement experiences and stay up to date with news and events, visit our New to New Zealand Facebook page.

  • Phone us

  • The Immigration New Zealand Contact Centre can give you helpful information in answer to your questions about visa applications and processes.

  • Visit us in person

    If you want to go and talk to someone in your local community, we have a walk-in settlement information service located in 30 Citizen Advice Bureau offices throughout the country. The service offers workshops and seminars.

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    • Citizens Advice Bureau Napier
      126 Hastings Street, Napier 4110
      • Monday – Friday 9am - 4pm,
      • Saturday 9am - 11 am; Free legal advice 9:30am - 10:30am
Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
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Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
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Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
Map for Citizens Advice Bureau
Map for Citizens Advice Bureau

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Page last updated: 11/02/2019

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