On request, the authorities of the Largely Unrecognized Republic of Artsakh may place their visas and/or stamps on a separate sheet of paper to avoid any discovery of travel to their territory. Currently, New Zealand passport holders wishing to travel to Europe can visit and resettle all Schengen countries without having to apply for a European visa. NZ nationals are allowed to travel to all Member States for short-term stays by presenting their valid passport to immigration authorities upon arrival. This is because the island state is part of the European visa programme. The Netherlands exempts New Zealand nationals in Category “D” from the Schengen visa requirement (the long-term visa in the Netherlands of more than 90 days, known as “MVV” in Dutch) – an exception that goes beyond the visa exemption for most other non-EEA and non-Swiss foreigners, who generally receive only an exemption of up to 90 days over a 180-day period.  New Zealand citizens can study as students in the UK for up to 6 months without having to apply for a visa as long as they do not work during this period. When taking a course of more than 6 months, New Zealand citizens can apply for a Tier 4 student visa in New Zealand or the United Kingdom by completing only the application form, indicating the Study Authorization Reference Number (CAS) issued to them by their British educational provider and on evidence of coaching agreements (if they are under the age of 18); they are not required to provide proof of resources, qualifications or English skills (which most other foreigners must demonstrate) as long as the British training provider is recognised by the UK border agency as a “Highly Trusted” sponsor. However, the British Border Guard Office reserves the right to request such evidence in certain situations and New Zealand citizens must still provide this evidence when applying for a Tier 4 student visa outside New Zealand or the United Kingdom. New Zealand nationals who have obtained a Tier 4 student visa (but not those who are staying in the UK as students) can work up to 20 hours per week during the semester period and without any time limit outside the UK semester.