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We have received recent communication from Immigration New Zealand extending the current visa processing suspension for offshore visa applications. The extension is until 6th February 2022. This means that if students are not part of an exception cohort they are not able to apply for a visa before this time.
• People who meet the border exception criteria, or who are in a QFT (Quarantine Free Travel) zone are not affected by the suspension
• The suspension can be lifted if the border restrictions change
Please note this does not prevent the possibility of further execption cohorts or QFT zones being created prior to 6 February 2022. UC continues to participate in working groups to advocate for future exception cohorts.
IRO have contacted both current and prospective students to convey this message. Here is the message sent to offer students.
With this change, opportunities for international students to enter New Zealand for studies in 2022 are limited. In light of this announcement, we are working with International Deans and marketing teams to confirm online offerings for 2022 as soon as possible.
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