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If you do not belong to one of these special categories and you receive medical treatment during your visit, you will be liable for the full costs of that treatment.It is compulsory that you have medical insurance for the duration of your stay in New Zealand. You can be refused a visa or permit if: • If you do not meet the entry requirements; • If you are not a genuine applicant for a study visa or permit; • You are a person to whom Section 7 of the Immigration Act 1987 applies and you do not have an exemption. Student permits are issued to enable a person to undertake a particular course of study at a specified institution.Applications sent to the Auckland branches, or placed in the secure student drop boxes there, will be forwarded to the student processing unit. This means that your application for a student permit will now be processed in our student processing unit, based in Palmerston North. The preferred method is for you to send your application directly to Student Processing Unit, Immigration New Zealand, PO Box 1049, Palmerston North 4440.To apply for a student permit or visa you will now be able to: post your student application and fee payment directly to: Student Processing Unit Immigration New Zealand PO Box 1049 Palmerston North 4440, place your student application and fee payment in a secure student drop box at your local branch, or apply on campus using Students Online if your institute is one of the participating institutes. Most applications can be processed without the student meeting with an immigration officer. We recommend registered post or courier for your security.• Students entering as visitors to New Zealand from visa free countries may apply for a Student Permit once an educational institute has accepted them. You may apply for a Student Permit if: • you are a visitor or a worker in New Zealand and wish to study full time; or • you need to extend your Student Permit for further study or training; or • your spouse is in New Zealand on another type of temporary permit i.e., Work Permit; or • you are a child and wish to study while your family is in New Zealand. Your course of study and educational institution must be approved for foreign students.The educational institution will advise you if their courses are approved.ICA is not responsible for Immigration policy changes. A Student Visa is: • A legal endorsement you need in your passport to facilitate your travel to New Zealand for the purpose of study; and • a legal endorsement you need in your passport if you are in New Zealand and wish to travel overseas and return to New Zealand for the purpose of study; and • a legal endorsement showing you have permission to travel to New Zealand and may be granted a Student Permit when you arrive; and • Be able to be issued for a single (one journey) or multiple (more than one journey) entry. A Student Permit is: • A legal endorsement in your passport, which allows you to study in New Zealand.
Policies change from time to time and it is important that you keep up to date.The fastest option is for you to send your application directly to Student Processing Unit, Immigration New Zealand, PO Box 1049, Palmerston North 4440.To ensure we are able to process your application without delay, please make sure you complete all necessary documentation and enclose the correct fee.If you intend to study a course which is 24 months or longer you will need to provide a medical and x-ray certificate .Your medical and x-ray certificate must not be more than three months old at the time your application is lodged.