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New Zealand has 44 different programs for the different au pair citizenships.
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program basics

program:Working Holiday
aupair citizenship:Vietnam
program:Student
aupair citizenship:World
program:Free Movement (EU)
aupair citizenship:Australia

minimum age

18 18 18

maximum age

30 99 99

visa

visa required


visa required


no visa required

language requirements

required language skills:

English: B1

required language skills:

English: B1

required language skills:

English: B1

short program description

There is no official au pair program in New Zealand. New Zealand is open to young people all around the world if they meet certain conditions.

The Working Holiday Scheme allows young people to have an extended holiday, experiencing life in New Zealand and supplement their funds with short-term employment.

For more information please see section "A working holiday in New Zealand" on the website of Immigration New Zealand (INZ).

There is no official au pair program in New Zealand. New Zealand is open to young people all around the world if they meet certain conditions.

If an au pair is in New Zealand on a work visa and  wishes to study full time for longer than three months, he or she will need to apply for a student visa.

If the au pair is in New Zealand on a student visa, he or she must ensure that the visa in the passport states that one can work, without which working is not allowed.

There is no official au pair program in New Zealand. New Zealand is open to young people all around the world if they meet certain conditions.

The 1973 Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement (TTTA) has allowed New Zealand and Australian citizens to enter each other's country to visit, live and work without the need for authority to enter the other country before traveling.

For more information please see section "Australia - The Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement" on the website of the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade.

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