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I bought a one-way ticket to NZ, starting a year of travel. I'm not sure where or when next destination is, but assume in 2-3 months I'll fly to an island in S. Pacific. Can I avoid purchasing a ticket or will I be denied entry to NZ without one? Help, I leave Jan. 3rd. Thanks!

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    I flew in with no proof of when i was leaving (albeit a month later). I had no problems I just told them I was meeting a friend in a month in Aus! about 8 years ago

    Answered by Sarah D via Site_iconTripping
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    It depends on what nationality your are, what passport you are travelling on and any visa requirements that you need to meet. If you're Aussie, it shouldn't be an issue. about 8 years ago

    Answered by Sarah T via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Thanks Sarah's! Sarah D yes I've heard it's arbitrarily enforced. Generally I'm not so careful but in this case I want to avoid problems at all cost.
    Sorry, I did not specify my citizenship (U.S.). Good point
    ;) about 8 years ago

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