What you need to know
You must have a Chest X-ray if:
you are applying for residence, or
you are applying for a temporary entry class visa and you intend to stay longer than 12 months,
you are applying for a temporary entry class visa and you intend to stay between six to 12 months and you are from, or have visited, a place that is not on Immigration New Zealand’s list of countries, areas and territories with a low incidence of tuberculosis (TB) List of Countries with a low incidence of TB .
Children under 11 years of age and women who are pregnant are not required to undergo a chest X-ray examination unless requested by INZ.
When you attend for your chest x-ray please bring the following documents with you:
your x-ray referral form that the Dr will have given you at the time of your medical examination
your immigration documentation (detailing your eMedical case number)
a suitable identity document as you need to prove your identity when you have a chest x-ray.
Acceptable identity documents:
You can prove your identity using a valid, original passport.