New Zealand Consulate-General Hong Kong

How the Consulate-General can help

The Consulate-General can assist New Zealand citizens in Hong Kong in a variety of ways. The Consulate-General provides notarial services, passport services and consular services for New Zealanders in distress. We can refer you to relevant Hong Kong Government agencies and attempt to answer any relevant questions.

The Consulate-General, by regulation, cannot enter any case; conduct any investigation; or act as mediators or recommend lawyers in any personal professional conflicts experienced by New Zealand citizens. The Consulate-General cannot investigate, certify, or vouch for employers. It is up to each individual to evaluate any potential employer before signing a contract. Prospective teachers are urged to deal directly with the schools or institutes. A full list of secondary schools and other education institutes in Hong Kong and their contact details can be downloaded from the website of the Hong Kong Education Bureau.

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