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    I'm looking at going to NZ for a wedding when I'm 30-32 weeks pregnant.
    It doesn't look like the airline (emirates) will have an issue but travel insurance looks to be difficult.
    I havent come across any that will cover that late.
    Do you have any recommendations? Have I overlooked some thing?

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    Are yourself or DH a kiwi? It would pay to look more into the reciprocal healthcare agreement as IF bub is born there and neither of you is a NZ citizen then bub will technically be a citizen of nowhere until you get Australian citizenship and generally wouldn't fall under the RHA. One cover does tend to cover a heck of a lot more than other PHI. Also, where are you traveling traveling to? Only Auckland Womens, Waikato, Wellington and Christchurch Womens can cater for a bub born that early. Anywhere rural or too far away from the main centres will require a chopper so you need to make sure that would be covered too.

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    No neither of us are kiwis. Hubby's dad is but I'm assuming that has nothing to do with it.

    We would be going to Hastings/Napier.
    I'm just wondering now if it's worth me just staying home with DD and saving costs and worry etc.
    I'd be annoyed at having to miss another wedding though.

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    http://www.health.govt.nz/new-zealan...nancy-services

    I found this link and it says that the child of an eligible parent would be covered ;-) It would be best to contact the NZ Ministry of Health for clarification just to be sure.


 

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