Immigration psychiatric assessment and reports

Occasionally Immigration NZ might request an Immigration Psychiatric Assessment, which is a report from a psychiatrist as part of the visa application process.

At Re-centre, we have specialist psychiatric doctors who can assist you with this process. Once your doctor has referred you, you will meet for an Immigration Psychiatric Assessment with one of our specialists, and then a report will be provided.

It’s important to ensure you bring the following with you to the assessment:

  • Passport
  • NZ E-Medical Referral Letter (original)
  • Any prescription medications
  • Any medical reports/hospital admission reports related to this referral.

If you feel you need an interpreter to assist you for the assessment, you are welcome to organise one to accompany you. We ask that payment is made at the time of the appointment to avoid delay.

For information on our pricing please click here.

Immigration psychiatric assessment and report enquiry

If you would like to organise an assessment and report, or ask a question about this service - fill out the form below.
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