Examinations on electronic devices New Zealand

Since 1 October 2018, the customs of New Zealand can ask travellers to open the electronic devices they brought with them, or to give the password to unlock the device.

The examinations apply to devices as; laptops, notebooks, tablets, mobile phones and digital cameras. The check will only be carried out when the Customs of New Zealand has a reasonable suspicion that the traveller is involved in criminal activities. Refusal of the examination can, in worst case, lead up to a $5000 (New Zealand dollar) fine. Do you need more information, check the website of the custom control in New Zealand, or contact our Travel Consultants. They will be happy to assist you.

Source: ANVR

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