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International Travel and Migration: February 2013
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  22 March 2013
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International Travel and Migration: March 2013 will be released on 22 April 2013.

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The release calendar lists all our upcoming information releases by date of release.

Past releases

International Travel and Migration has links to past releases.

Related information

Information about international travel

International Visitor Arrivals to New Zealand contains detailed tables about the number and characteristics of visitor arrivals. It is released two working days after each International Travel and Migration information release.

Provisional international travel statistics provide the latest weekly and four-weekly figures for visitor arrivals and New Zealand-resident traveller departures, including figures for 10 major source and destination countries. These are released weekly, usually at 3pm on a Friday.

International travel and migration articles are occasional publications that provide analyses of selected topics.

Statistics NZ's Tourism web page lists tourism-related data sources, such as the Accommodation Survey and the Tourism Satellite Account.

Tourism research and data from the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment includes results from the International Visitor Survey, Domestic Travel Survey, and tourism forecasts.

Tourism New Zealand provides guides to New Zealand's key tourism markets, which include the outlook for future months.

Information about international migration

International travel and migration articles are occasional publications that provide analyses of selected topics.

Statistics NZ's Migration web page lists migration-related data sources, such as the Longitudinal Immigration Survey.

Labour and Immigration Research Centre, part of the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment, publishes research reports and information about the immigration research programme.

Immigration New Zealand statistics include application and approval numbers for the main immigration visa types.

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