CHILD OF A WORKER VISITOR VISA

The Child Of A Worker Visitor Visa lets the dependent children of eligible work visa holders visit them in New Zealand. 

MORE ABOUT THE CHILD OF A WORKER VISITOR VISA

WHAT THIS VISA ALLOWS:

Child Of A Worker Visitor Visa holders can:

  • Join their parent in New Zealand for the duration of their work visa
  • Go to school for up to three months
  • Explore New Zealand as visitors

THE REQUIREMENTS:

To apply for a Child Of A Worker Visitor Visa, candidates must:

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS TO NOTE:

To apply for a Child Of A Worker Visitor Visa for a child, parents must:

  • Submit proof that confirms they’re the child’s parent
  • Hold an eligible work visa
  • Earn at least NZD43,322.76 a year before tax if they hold an Essentials Skills Work Visa or a Religious Worker Visa

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

For the Child Of A Worker Visitor Visa, Immigration New Zealand classifies a dependent child as 17 or younger or 18 or 19 with no children of their own and financially reliant on their parents.

Parents applying for a child that’s 18 or 19 might have to submit proof of their child’s financial dependency on them.

Children can study on a Child of a Worker Visitor Visa for up to three months. Children who need to do so for longer will need study visas.

Work visa applicants can apply for Child of a Worker Visitor Visas for their children at the same time as applying for their visa. Immigration New Zealand will only grant the children’s visas after the parent’s application is approved.

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