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What Are The Acceptable Standards of Health Medicals For Immigration

If you are applying for a visa for New Zealand, you must have an acceptable standard of health medical for immigration to ensure that 

  • You are not a risk to public health in New Zealand.
  • You are unlikely to trouble the New Zealand economy.
  • You can accomplish the duties for which you are applying. 

Pregnant Women are not considered to have an acceptable standard of health, according to Immigration Medical Auckland. 

How to show that you have an acceptable standard of health?

To offer you have an adequate standard of health, you need to have a complete medical certificate either a Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate or a Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate submitted along with the application. 

Type of certificate depends on the span of your visit to New Zealand.

For Residence Visa/Permanent Applications:

 If you are applying for a permanent stay, you have to produce Medical and Chet X-ray Certificate with Visa Application.

Children under 11 years of age and pregnant women are not required to have an X-ray unless a particular report is asked.

For Long-term Business Visa:

If you are applying for a long-term business visa, you have to provide Medical and Chet X-ray Certificate with Visa Application.

For a Temporary Stay Visa:

Work, student, visitors, working holiday, and limited purpose visa are included in Temporary Stay Visa Applications.

Whether you are required to produce a medical certificate depends upon on the period of your stay in New Zealand, or if you already live there, it includes the time you spent there.

Less than Six Months Stay:

No need to submit Medical Certificate with your application.

More Than 12 Months Stay:

Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate is necessary to submit along with your application. Children under 11 years of age and pregnant women are not asked to have an X-ray except a special report is demanded.

More Than Six Months But less Than 12 Months Stay:

If you want to stay in New Zealand for more than six months but no longer than 12 months, you need to offer a Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate. However, you are asked to submit this certificate either you haven’t lived or visited the countries listed.

If you are applying for a visa for New Zealand, you must have an acceptable standard of health medical for immigration to ensure that 

  • You are not a risk to public health in New Zealand.
  • You are unlikely to trouble the New Zealand economy.
  • You can accomplish the duties for which you are applying. 

Pregnant Women are not considered to have an acceptable standard of health, according to Immigration Medical Auckland. 

How to show that you have an acceptable standard of health?

To offer you have an adequate standard of health, you need to have a complete medical certificate either a Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate or a Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate submitted along with the application. 

Type of certificate depends on the span of your visit to New Zealand.

For Residence Visa/Permanent Applications:

 If you are applying for a permanent stay, you have to produce Medical and Chet X-ray Certificate with Visa Application.

Children under 11 years of age and pregnant women are not required to have an X-ray unless a particular report is asked.

For Long-term Business Visa:

If you are applying for a long-term business visa, you have to provide Medical and Chet X-ray Certificate with Visa Application.

For a Temporary Stay Visa:

Work, student, visitors, working holiday, and limited purpose visa are included in Temporary Stay Visa Applications.

Whether you are required to produce a medical certificate depends upon on the period of your stay in New Zealand, or if you already live there, it includes the time you spent there.

Less than Six Months Stay:

No need to submit Medical Certificate with your application.

More Than 12 Months Stay:

Medical and Chest X-ray Certificate is necessary to submit along with your application. Children under 11 years of age and pregnant women are not asked to have an X-ray except a special report is demanded.

More Than Six Months But less Than 12 Months Stay:

If you want to stay in New Zealand for more than six months but no longer than 12 months, you need to offer a Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate. However, you are asked to submit this certificate either you haven’t lived or visited the countries listed.

Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate is required when you;

  • If you are a passport holder or have visited the place for more than three months in the past five years, you are required to submit a Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate.

Temporary Entry X-ray Certificate is not needed when you;

  • Are a resident of one of the places listed
  • Haven’t spent a total of 3 months or more in the past five years in the regions not listed here.

Countries, areas, and territories with a low incidence of tuberculosis (TB):

Andorra
Antigua and Barbuda
Australia
Austria
Barbados
Belgium
Bermuda
British Virgin Islands
Canada
Cayman Islands
Chile
Costa Rica
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Dominica
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Grenada
Iceland
Ireland
Israel (including the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and including East Jerusalem)
Italy
/
Jordan
Lebanon
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Malta
Monaco
Montserrat
Netherlands Antilles
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Oman
Puerto Rico
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
San Marino
Slovenia
Sweden
Switzerland
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicaos Islands
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States of America
United States Virgin Islands
Vatican City

Where can you go for a medical examination?

If you are in New Zealand, any therapeutic practitioner holding a Current Annual Practicing Certificate issued by the New Zealand Medical Council may perform the medical examination and complete the medical certificate.

Outside New Zealand, in other countries, we have a selected panel of physicians or institutions which must be used for medical examination. 

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