3. In exercising the rights provided for in this Article, the sending State shall comply with the legal and practical provisions of the host State. 3. Subject to Article 33(4) of this Convention, the members of the diplomatic mission referred to in paragraph 2 shall continue to enjoy the privileges and immunities conferred on them by virtue of their diplomatic status. (a) the premises and consular residences of the members of a consulate referred to in Article 8 of this Convention; Originally, New Zealand nationals who arrived in Australia were entitled to unemployment benefits upon arrival in Australia. Similarly, Australian nationals were entitled to social benefits in New Zealand. In the 1980s and 1990s, it became a very controversial political topic. From 1986, New Zealand citizens had to reside in Australia for six months before receiving benefits, and in 2000, New Zealand citizens had to stay in Australia for two years before they could receive payments. This also applies to Australian nationals residing in New Zealand.
 However, this was further limited thereafter. 3. Paragraph 2 of this Article shall not apply to civil proceedings: until the end of the last working day of the 90-day stay, a visitor may apply to stay in a given Country of the Union for an extended period if his country of origin has concluded an up-to-date official reciprocity agreement with that Member State. Most bilateral agreements allow travelers to spend an additional 3 months without a visa. The agreement was announced on February 4, 1973 and entered into force shortly thereafter. The agreement does not take the form of a binding bilateral treaty between Australia and New Zealand, but is a series of immigration procedures applied by each country and underpinned by common political support.  Although the exact nature of the agreement has varied from time to time, it allows Australian or New Zealand citizens to live indefinitely in the other country and accept most jobs. New Zealand nationals who are not also Australian nationals may not work in Australia in matters related to national security or in the Australian civil service. The agreement itself is accompanied by a system of other agreements and treaties such as the New Zealand Australia Free Trade Agreement (1966), the Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (1983), the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Arrangement (1998), various social security agreements between Australia and New Zealand (1994), 1995, 1998 and 2002), Australia and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (2006). SmartGate (2007) and Trans-Tasman Patent Attorney Regime (2013).       This consultative agreement will facilitate our bilateral relations with the People`s Republic of China and greatly promote the interests of the nationals of the two countries.
I also present two exchanges of letters signed on 18 September 1980. The first presents the understanding of each part that: 2. In exercising the rights provided for in paragraph 1 of this Article, the sending State shall respect the law of the host State, including the law on land, construction, zoning and town planning. . . .