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We cannot provide immigration advice, or recommend a particular licensed adviser – please see this page for who can provide immigration advice in New Zealand

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Contact the Immigration Advisers Authority

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Freephone (New Zealand): 0508 422422
From overseas: +64 9 925 3838
Monday to Thursday: 8.30 am to 5.00 pm NZT
Friday: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm NZT

For postal delivery only

Immigration Advisers Authority
PO Box 6222
Victoria Street West
Auckland 1142
New Zealand

Please do not send your passport or visa applications to us. Contact Immigration New Zealand(external link) for the correct address.

For courier delivery only

MBIE Mailroom
Immigration Advisers Authority
Level 4, 167b Victoria Street
Auckland CBD
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

Media enquiries

Communications Group media@mbie.govt.nz

Translation Service

If English isn't your first language, we have a free telephone interpreting service available. Interpreters are available for many different languages. Call us after 9.00am, ask for a translator and tell us which language you speak. Hold the line and we'll get an interpreter within a couple of minutes.

Contact Immigration New Zealand

For help with your visa or immigration matter, contact Immigration New Zealand(external link). We cannot give immigration advice.

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Freephone (New Zealand landlines only): 0508 558 855

From overseas:
09069 100 100 – from UK
+64 9 914 4100 – from rest of world

Video Relay Service

If you are Deaf or hearing impaired, after 9.00am we can use the Video Relay Service to provide information. Visit the NZ Relay website to see how it works(external link)