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  • Retirement age

    Found in Work / Retiring from work / Retirement age

    There is no official retirement age in New Zealand. The common age to retire is 65 when NZ Super and some other pension payments start.

  • Working in NZ if you’re aged 18 to 35

    Found in Immigration and visas / Get a visa to work in NZ / Working in NZ if you’re aged 18 to 35

    Some work visas are only for people aged 18 to 35. You can also apply for other work visas if you have the right skills and experience.

  • Youth benefits

    Found in Family and whānau / Financial help for your family / Youth benefits

    Payments for young people aged 16 or 17 who cannot live with their parents, and for young parents aged 16 to 19.

  • Caring for someone with a health condition, injury or illness

    Found in Health / Caring for someone with a health condition, injury or illness

    You might be able to get money to help with caring for someone at home who has a disability, illness or health problems because of old age.

  • Working in NZ for more than 3 months

    Found in Immigration and visas / Get a visa to work in NZ / Working in NZ for more than 3 months

    Depending on your skills, where you come from, your age and other factors you may be able to work in New Zealand temporarily for more than 3 months.

  • Apply for a child's first passport

    Found in Passports, citizenship and identity / Get or renew a New Zealand passport / Apply for a child's first passport

    Child passports are for children aged 15 and under. They cost $125 and are valid for 5 years. When a child turns 16, their passport is still valid until it expires or is cancelled.

  • School terms in NZ

    Found in Education / School and college / School terms in NZ

    School terms for New Zealand primary, intermediate and secondary schools — this includes public, integrated and private schools. Dates and times may vary between schools and age groups.

  • Requirements for children

    Found in Passports, citizenship and identity / New Zealand citizenship / Requirements for NZ citizenship / Requirements for children

    Children do not have to meet all the same requirements as adults to get New Zealand citizenship.

  • Who can move into residential care

    Found in Health / Rest homes and residential care / Who can move into residential care

    When you can no longer manage in your own home, you can move into a rest home or hospital. Your doctor, other health professionals, and your family or whānau can help you decide where to move and when.

  • Leaving children by themselves

    Found in Family and whānau / Childcare and supervision / Leaving children by themselves

    You can leave a child under 14 at home or in another place if you’ve made reasonable provisions to have them supervised and cared for safely, and they’re not left for a long time.

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