Charges by family travel group

The amount you’re liable to pay depends on your immigration status, and the immigration status of those who are in your family travel group.

Family travel groups

A family travel group is a group of no more than 12 persons all of whom:

  • are family members of 1 or more of the other persons in the group; and
  • are part of the same travel group

A “family member” of any person (person A) means another person who:

  • has a biological or legal relationship with person A; or
  • is a member of person A’s whānau or other culturally recognised family group
In this section

Citizens or residence class visa holders charges

Use these scenarios as guidance to understand how different family travel group configurations will impact your charges. The charges shown here are for the current period of isolation in a managed isolation or quarantine facility.

Temporary visa holders charges

Use these scenarios as guidance to understand how different family travel group configurations will impact your charges. The charges shown here are for the current period of isolation in a managed isolation or quarantine facility.

Previous charging rates

In this section you will find the relevant charges for a 14-day period of isolation. This only applies to people who stayed in MIQ for 14 days, or those who entered before 14 November 2021.

Last updated: 29 March 2022