Get a translation to use in another country
When you need to use an NZ document in another country, you might be asked to get the document apostilled or authenticated. You might also be asked to get the document translated.
The Department of Internal Affairs Translation Service can do the translation as part of your application for an apostille or authentication, or you can organise your own translation.
Use the Translation Service
It costs $85 for each standard translation by the Translation Service. They will tell you if the fee is different for your translation.
On the application form for an apostille or authentication, say which language you want your documents translated into and spell all the names you want on the translation.
Organise your own translation
If you organise your own translation, you need to get it notarised by a New Zealand notary public.