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Jonathan Said:

Emigrating to New Zealand or Australia - Lone parent - Nurse?

We Answered:

see some from you home office of emigration ,in u k we do need nurses here

Lee Said:

working holiday to new zealand?

We Answered:

Immigration is entitled to ask
Therefore, even though they might not ask you how much money you have, you should expect to be asked.

This does NOT mean carrying it all in cash obviously. A recent bank statement is sufficient.

Matthew Said:

How to earn money online for free?

We Answered:

Yes there are tons of those. You can try any of the following ones I recommend:

Swagbucks: A Google and Ask powered search engine that rewards you just for searching. Each search is like a lottery, it gives you a random chance to win. They have $5 Paypal cash, $15 iTunes gift cards and $5 Amazon gift cards, among other things.
http://swagbucks.tk
More Info: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GF1fhGOWh

Cash For Free: The average offer site. Complete surveys, fill out forms, sign up for newsletters, etc.
It's pretty easy but takes some time. I recommend you use a seperate email address for everything, as most offers will spam it. You get $5 just for signing up. Make SURE you allow all cookies on your browser.
http://tinyurl.com/cash4freesignup

Linkbucks: Get paid for sharing links. Turn any link into a Linkbuck link and get paid for every click, or get paid to host a blog. Takes some time, but is good nonetheless.
http://paidtosharelinks.tk/

Good luck

Jesus Said:

Should I bring traveler's cheques to New Zealand?

We Answered:

To exchange travelers checks there are fees and a credit card you will have to see what kind of charge you will be charged for the exchange rate.Cash is better but if you use the debit and get the maximum amount each time out of the machine it may be cheaper in the long run.

Arthur Said:

New Zealand country departing fee?

We Answered:

You pay at the Travelex terminal (currency exchange kiosk with red and blue stripes) if you are leaving via Auckland International - you are able to pay with credit card but I strongly suggest using cash. If leaving via Palmerston North - pay at the kiosk. You attach the ticket to your boarding pass however the guys at the Travelex will inform you of where to place them. Your Ad Here

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