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    It would be interesting to hear a NZ politician's reaction to that...

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    This is incredibly disheartening.

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    Hold on the processed table in the FYI request was only for Auckland. Still probably 40% of applications but not as bad as it seemed. Would be good to have total processed, I’ll go through FYI requests a bit more later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l00k View Post
    I emailed citizenship@dia.govt.nz and was advised that my application was approved on 04 Feb 2022.

    So just a week shy of a full year wait, as I applied just after the Waitangi Day last year.
    Hi l00k good day

    you email citizenship department and within how many days did they reply?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by catash View Post
    Hi l00k good day

    you email citizenship department and within how many days did they reply?

    thanks
    They reply within 2-3 business days.

    Just include all of your details in the first email: full name, country of birth, passport number, DOB, your child's name, current address, phone number, email and application reference number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l00k View Post
    Why some people receive approval letter in the post and some receive email approval? Why can’t DIA send everything by email for faster speed…
    I think those who applied in-person or by post will get responses from the DIA by post, and those who applied online will get responses from the DIA by email.

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    Hi guys good day

    Today I had a bad news (text msg) that one of my family members in Australia had an heart attack, and we still have no news about our citizenship

    so what I did was I email citizenship department asking for an update and in the email I copy and paste the text msg that I receive from a family member

    to my shocking I got a reply in about 10minutes saying our citizenship had been approve recently but we yet to receive any email or mail about it

    and now who do I contact to know the citizenship number so I can apply for my passport any contact numbers please

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by catash View Post
    Hi guys good day

    Today I had a bad news (text msg) that one of my family members in Australia had an heart attack, and we still have no news about our citizenship

    so what I did was I email citizenship department asking for an update and in the email I copy and paste the text msg that I receive from a family member

    to my shocking I got a reply in about 10minutes saying our citizenship had been approve recently but we yet to receive any email or mail about it

    and now who do I contact to know the citizenship number so I can apply for my passport any contact numbers please

    thanks

    Hi Catash,

    Love, Prayers and Condolences to the family.

    Since you mentioned you did not received email or mail, below is the email I received

    Are you planning on travelling overseas?
    If you need to travel overseas before you become a New Zealand citizen, you must:
    • use your current passport or travel document, and
    • contact us immediately to let us know your travel dates.

    If your certificate is sent to you while you are overseas you may have trouble coming back to New Zealand on your current passport.

    If you are planning on travelling overseas within the next 2 months or you will be overseas when we send your certificate, please email CitizenshipCeremonies@dia.govt.nz or call us on 0800 22 51 51 (NZ Only) + 64 04 462 0651 (from overseas) immediately.

    I suggest you have to call them regarding your situation

    Hope it helps
    A

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    Hi guys good day

    I rang DIA today and was told citizenship was approved on the 22th February 2022
    Certificate will be printed on the 10Th March so i can then ring them on the 11th March to get the certificate number

    GLAD EVERYTHIG IS OVER HOORAY!!!!!!

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    Congratulations!

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