The 12/16 month rule

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The 12/16-month rule is a way of classifying border crossings as short-term or long-term on the basis of whether travellers spend 12 months (or more) of the following 16 months in New Zealand. The 12/16 month rule gives a transparent and objective method of classifying travellers, rather than relying on the stated intentions of travellers on passenger cards.

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