Settling in NZ! (EHF)

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1. Further Resources

1.1. EHF Contacts

1.2. Webinars with Catalysts

1.2.1. Watch the first webinar from EHF Catalysts (about banking and buying a property)

1.2.1.1. Lane Neave & BNZ slides

1.3. EHF Community Map

2. Tips for settling in NZ

2.1. Planning your move

2.1.1. Shipping companies

2.1.1.1. Leave your experience here

2.1.1.2. Read Fellows experiences here

2.1.2. Tax Exemption for bringing goods

2.1.3. Planning tool

2.1.4. Newcomers network

2.1.5. Country comparison

2.2. Driving in NZ

2.2.1. Drivers license

2.2.1.1. Converting to a NZ driver licence

2.2.1.2. Approved translators

2.2.2. Who can drive on NZ roads

2.2.3. Rideshare

2.3. Education and schooling

2.3.1. Education Review Office

2.3.2. Independent Schools of NZ

2.3.3. Education counts

2.4. Healthcare

2.4.1. Eligibility for publicly funded health services

2.4.1.1. Work visa holder (GIV)

2.4.1.2. What you can get

2.4.2. Find a doctor

2.4.3. Healthcare services

2.5. Money

2.5.1. Open a NZ bank acc online while you are overseas

2.5.2. Find a Banking Partner for your business

2.5.3. Webinars

2.5.3.1. October 2018: Watch the first webinar from EHF Catalysts (about banking and buying a property)

2.5.3.1.1. Lane Neave & BNZ slides

2.5.3.2. 19 August 2019: BNZ Webinar

2.5.4. Transferring money to NZ

2.5.4.1. CurrencyFair

2.5.4.1.1. Recommended by Martin Krafft, use his referral link (code ROVMX1)

2.6. Tax

2.6.1. Top 10 facts on international tax

2.6.2. Tax exemption: GIVs visa holders will not need to pay import tax on household items.

2.6.3. IRD Number

2.6.3.1. Register online

2.7. Regions & cities

2.7.1. Places to see in NZ

2.8. Recreation

2.8.1. Sports

2.8.2. Clubs NZ

2.9. TradeMe: All in one page

2.10. Shopping

2.10.1. Homeware

2.10.1.1. Farmers

2.10.1.2. Briscoes

2.10.1.3. The Warehouse

2.10.1.4. Kmart

2.10.1.5. Bed, bath & beyond

2.10.2. Stationary

2.10.2.1. Warehouse Stationary

2.10.2.2. Whitcoulls

2.10.3. Home hardware products, builders' supplies & DIY essentials

2.10.3.1. Bunnings

2.10.3.2. Mitre 10

2.11. Know your rights!

2.11.1. Citizens Advice Bureau

2.11.2. Consumer protection

2.12. Pets

2.12.1. Bringing pets into New Zealand

2.12.2. Steps to importing cats and dogs

3. Working & Doing Business in NZ

3.1. Starting a bussiness

3.1.1. Who can be a director

3.1.2. Tax Registration

3.1.3. How overseas companies set up as an NZ business

3.1.4. Hiring in NZ

3.1.5. Start and grow your social enterprise

3.2. Employment rights

3.3. Free Office Spaces

3.3.1. BNZ Partners Centres

3.4. Looking for a job?

3.4.1. Trademe

3.4.2. DoGoodJobs

3.4.3. Seek

3.4.4. Indeed

3.4.5. Freelance

3.4.5.1. Vic Deals

3.4.5.2. NZ Tech Startups Ecosystem

3.4.5.3. The WE Network - Support NZ Women In Business

3.5. Training & Education

3.5.1. BNZ Free workshops & networking opportunities

3.5.1.1. Connect with business experts

3.5.1.2. Interested in attending? Fill this form

3.5.2. BNZ Research

4. Culture & History

4.1. Things you need to know about Kiwi culture

4.1.1. Customs and communications

4.2. Learn some Kiwi Slang

4.3. Māori

4.3.1. What is Māori culture?

4.3.1.1. Māori & NZ History Resource List

4.3.1.2. The Treaty of Waitangi

4.3.2. Learn Te Reo Māori

4.3.3. Tikanga Maori (the correct ways of Maori life & customs)

5. Start here!

5.1. Have you applied for your visa yet?

5.1.1. Yes

5.1.1.1. Great! then check out the "Arriving in NZ checklist"

5.1.2. No?

5.1.2.1. DO IT NOW! Click here

5.2. (sorry, not ready yet) What is this tool?

5.2.1. This is a knowledge map, a dynamic way to capture and share knowledge.

5.2.2. We are using it for the EHF community to capture key knowledge that is being created in our group.

5.2.3. How to use & contribute to this knowledge resource

5.2.3.1. Master Filenote template

6. Arriving in NZ: Checklist

6.1. Getting started

6.1.1. Accommodation

6.1.1.1. Temporary

6.1.1.2. Long-term housing

6.1.1.3. Regions & cities

6.1.2. Getting a NZ phone number

6.1.3. Transport

6.2. Set up a bank account

6.2.1. BNZ benefits for fellows

6.2.2. Open a NZ bank acc online while you are overseas

6.3. Get an IRD number

6.3.1. Top 10 facts on international tax

6.3.2. Transitional residency flowchart

6.4. Apply for NZ driver's license

7. Getting your Visa(s)/Residency

7.1. Getting your Global Impact Visa

7.2. Permanent Resident Visa

7.2.1. Application

7.2.2. Immigration requirements

8. Houses and Land

8.1. Can you buy a home in New Zealand to live in?

8.2. Watch the first webinar from EHF Catalysts (about banking and buying a property)

8.2.1. Lane Neave & BNZ slides

8.3. Websites for buying a house

8.3.1. Trademe

8.3.2. Realstate

8.4. Overseas investment act

9. What things I can bring to NZ?

10. Investing in NZ

10.1. NZ Trade & Enterprise

10.2. Regional opportunities

10.3. NZ Innovation Agency

11. Touristing in NZ

11.1. Accommodation offers from the community

11.2. Driving in NZ

11.2.1. Drivers license

11.2.1.1. Converting to a NZ driver licence

11.2.1.2. Approved translators

11.2.2. Who can drive on NZ roads

11.2.3. Rideshare

11.3. Regions & cities

11.3.1. Places to see in NZ

11.4. Shopping

11.4.1. Homeware

11.4.1.1. Farmers

11.4.1.2. Briscoes

11.4.1.3. The Warehouse

11.4.1.4. Kmart

11.4.1.5. Bed, bath & beyond

11.4.2. Stationary

11.4.2.1. Warehouse Stationary

11.4.2.2. Whitcoulls

11.4.3. Home hardware products, builders' supplies & DIY essentials

11.4.3.1. Bunnings

11.4.3.2. Mitre 10

11.5. Rideshare