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E2 The need to apply for a temporary entry class visa

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E2.1 People to whom a visa waiver applies

E2.5 Who needs a temporary entry class visa to travel to and be in New Zealand

E2.10 Who may apply for a temporary visa

E2.15 Who may not apply for a temporary visa to be in New Zealand

E2.20 Special directions

E2.25 Immigration officers to act in accordance with special direction

E2.30 Who may apply for a limited visa

E2.35 Who must be granted a temporary entry class visa

E2.40 Who is not eligible for a temporary entry class visa

E2.45 Eligibility for visa pending liability for deportation

E2.50 Restrictions on the grant of temporary entry class visas for New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students and their dependants

E2.55 Restriction on the grant of visas, to Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, and his close associates

E2.60 Restrictions on the grant of a visa to certain groups as designated by the United Nations Security Council

E2.65 Ban on the grant of visas to leading members of the Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) including Serbia and their supporters

E2.70 Ban on the grant of visas to individuals named on the list held at Z8 (to 03/04/2014)

E2.75 Ban on the grant of visas to individuals associated with the December 2006 Fiji coup (to 03/04/2014)

E2.80 Ban on the grant of work visas to Fijian citizens for the purpose of taking up work of a temporary seasonal nature (to 03/04/2014)

E2.85 Sporting contacts with Fiji (to 06/10/2013)

E2.90 Sporting contacts with Zimbabwe

E2.95 Temporary entry class visas deemed to be held

E2.100 Ban on the grant of visas to leading members of the Syrian regime

E2.105 Ban on the grant of visas to individuals associated with the Ukraine crisis

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