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The soc.culture.new-zealand FAQ (part 2 of 6)
Section - A2.1 NZ Consulates/Embassies Overseas

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Links to Information on NZ Consulates and Empassies Overseas:
    http://www.mft.govt.nz/Overseas/index.htm

Alternatively look up a phone book.
In countries where there are no New Zealand representatives, the UK
representatives usually look after the interests of NZ nationals by
agreement.

NZ Passport Office
http://inform.dia.govt.nz/internal_affairs/businesses/doni_pro/pports_home.html

For callers in the U.S. the New Zealand Tourism Board has a 24 hour number;
1-800-388-5494.  Leave your name, address and particular interests and lots
of free information on New Zealand will be mailed to you.  During regular
California business hours it might even be possible to get a real person on
the line.


TRADENZ
NZ Consulate General
NZ Tourist Board
780 Third Avenue, Suite 1904
New York, NY 10017-2024
Phone: (212) 832 4038 
Fax:   (212) 832 7602

They opened a couple of months ago.  The NZ Tourism Board office at the
same address has been open for business (to travel agents only) for several
years.  The office hopes to have full consular capacity "shortly".
Currently it gives advice, dispenses forms and "aids distressed travelling
Kiwis".  The East Coast Manager is Anna Synolt and Peter MacDonald
(pmac@pipeline.com.us) heads the office.

There's a new e-mail address for the New York NZ Consulate/TRADENZ et al.:
 tradenz@pipeline.com

It should be noted that the NY NZ Consulate only answers questions and
distributes forms.  All processing - issuing visas, renewing passports etc.
- is performed at the Washington DC High Commission.  The NY NZ Tourist
Board deals only with travel agents etc. and will not answer questions from
individuals.


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