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  • Finding information about your adoption

    Found in Family and whānau / Adoption and fostering / Finding information about your adoption

    If you were born in New Zealand and you're adopted, once you turn 20 you can request your pre-adoptive birth certificate and information about your adoption records held by Oranga Tamariki.

  • Govt.nz content design

    Found in About this website / Govt.nz content design

    Govt.nz follows best-practice advice on how to write for government digital channels.

  • Seeing a specialist

    Found in Health / Doctors, dentists and prescriptions / Seeing a specialist

    When you see a specialist, you’ll visit a medically trained and registered healthcare professional in that field of medicine. In most cases, you need to visit your General Practitioner (GP) first so they can refer you.

  • Convert your overseas driver licence

    Found in Transport / Driver licences / Convert your overseas driver licence

    If you have an overseas driver licence and you’ve been in New Zealand more than a year, you need to convert to an NZ driver licence to keep driving here legally.

  • Te reo Māori (Māori language)

    Found in History, culture and heritage / Māori language, culture and heritage / Te reo Māori (Māori language)

    Māori became 1 of New Zealand’s 3 official languages in 1987. It’s a taonga (treasure) that our government works to protect.

  • Paying for doctor's visits

    Found in Health / Doctors, dentists and prescriptions / Paying for doctor's visits

    Doctors set their own fees. Children and some people who need to visit their doctor often can get free or subsidised visits.

  • Complain about a TV or radio programme or an ad

    Found in Consumer rights and complaints / How to complain / Complain about a TV or radio programme or an ad

    If you think a TV or radio programme hasn't followed the broadcasting standards, or an ad (on TV, radio, the internet or in print) hasn't followed the advertising standards, you can complain to the relevant authorities.

  • 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.

  • Working in NZ after you study

    Found in Immigration and visas / Get a visa to work in NZ / Working in NZ after you study

    After you’ve finished studying in New Zealand, you can apply for a visa that lets you stay here to work. Some students can work in NZ because of what they’re studying in another country.

  • Apprenticeships

    Found in Education / Training and apprenticeships / Apprenticeships

    With an apprenticeship, you can earn money while getting skills and qualifications.

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