Tuesday, 21 January 2014

International Airline Baggage Allowances to Auckland

If you would like to go to Auckland, please make sure your baggage is not over the airline baggage allowances. Please find the estimation as researched from Internet.

Saturday, 11 January 2014

Medical Check Result Submission

When you apply visa to New Zealand Embassy in your country, sometimes you are required to submit your X-Ray check result and Medical Check result. The requirement depends on your visa class. Simply, it is called full medial check up. You shall first take it carefully when submitting the results.

After receiving the results, it is better for you to check the recommendation as stated in the results. The recommendation is written by the leader of the medical check committee of an accredited hospital.

Please make sure that the recommendation clearly state "no significant or abnormal findings". If you read that "abnormal findings (not significant)" or "significant findings" in the medical results, it would be better for you to consult a medical expert first. You have time to revise the recommendation through physical exercise or medical treatment.

If the recommendation does not state clearly as "no significant or abnormal findings", as a normal procedure the NZ Immigration's officer in your country will bring the medical results to Medical Assessor in NZ. The officer should wait the opinion of the Medical Assessor before issuing visa to you.

It means, a "no significant or abnormal findings" recommendation from the medical check committee is very important. If you could not get it, it would delay your application process. It would take about three weeks to get Medical Assessor's opinion.

You may learn a lot of discussion on this forum about medical check up stories: http://www.enz.org/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=21.

Learning from the forum is very worthy for you.