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Workersafe
Outbound

The Workersafe Outbound policy provides travel insurance cover to New Zealand residents or citizens or New Zealand work visa holders, working outside New Zealand.

Workersafe
Inbound

The Workersafe Inbound policy provides travel insurance cover to New Zealand inbound workers and their families.

Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to work overseas.

Working and setting up a home in a new country is an exciting adventure. But like all travel, this comes with some level of risk. That’s why it’s important to make sure you have your medical and travel insurance sorted and it’s recommended that you secure and pay for your insurance prior to leaving your country of origin.

Fortunately, Workersafe has a travel insurance policy for people leaving New Zealand to work overseas (Workersafe Outbound) or arriving in New Zealand to work (Workersafe Inbound).

Use the Policy Finder to narrow your policy search, or click on each policy to learn more about the level of cover provided and get a quote.

Moving overseas with a pet

Moving overseas with a pet

For many of us, our pets are part of the family. For expats intending to move overseas with their pet, planning and research before the move is essential. It is crucial to ensure the welfare of your beloved pet during and after transit, and that regulation surrounding the importation and exportation of pets is complied with.

Before you go:

Research animal import regulations for your new country of residence, to determine what conditions must be met for your pet to be allowed en

Transitioning from study to work

Transitioning from study to work

How great students become awesome workers anywhere in the world

Taking the leap from study to the workforce can feel overwhelming – but there are steps you can take to make that change more comfortable.

Graduating is an exciting process – it’s time to celebrate the years you’ve spent working hard towards getting your degree! But then it’s time to become a fully-fledged grown-up contributing your part to society.

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Learning a foreign language

Learning a foreign language

Tips for expat parents

When you arrive in a new country, exchanging a few words of conversation with a local can help you to feel settled. It’s a great way to get to know people, and a useful skill to have for your time abroad. Here, we take a look at how expats parents can prepare themselves and their children for this challenge and provide some tips for successfully mastering the local lingo.

In general, the younger your children are the easier it will be for them to pick u

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