Contact your local MPWrite to, or speak with, your Member of Parliament. Many MPs aren’t aware of the issues faced by New Zealanders.
The Get Involved page has information about the issues and how to contact MPs.
Donate or VolunteerDonations are used to fund meeting with MPs in Canberra, to run information sessions, and raise awareness of the issues.
Go to the Volunteer page to see how you can help Oz Kiwi.
Raise AwarenessMany people do not realise the rights of
New Zealanders have been stripped away. Tell your friends, family and colleagues. Help make this an issue.
The Raise Awareness page has tips on how you can raise awareness.
Oz Kiwi – campaigning for the fair treatment of New Zealanders living in Australia
Oz Kiwi pays our respects to Aboriginal Elders past and present and acknowledges the land on which we live and work is Aboriginal land – always was, always will be.
There has been a free movement of people between New Zealand and Australia pre-dating European settlement. The 1973 Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangements (TTTA) acknowledged the close relationship between the two countries, allowing all Australian and New Zealand citizens and permanent residents to move freely across the Tasman to visit, work, study, and reside.
Since 2001, the rights and protections of New Zealanders in Australia have slowly been eroded. Currently, any New Zealander arriving in Australia is granted an SCV (Special Category Visa). This visa allows the holder to reside indefinitely, but is classified as a “temporary” visa under the Migration Act and does not provide a pathway to citizenship.
Oz Kiwi is campaigning for the rights of New Zealand citizens, adversely affected by Australian immigration laws, who call Australia ‘home’.