Stokes may get some playing time under his belt in New Zealand, however, with provincial team Canterbury confirming it had been in "initial discussions" with his representatives.
Asked about the prospect of taking Stokes on board, Curwin said: "The CCA Board and New Zealand Cricket will independently be considering this issue in the near future but, until then, we are unable to provide any more detail on the status of the deliberations".
England may fast-track Ben Stokes into the Ashes if he avoids police charges.
Stokes, who was arrested in Bristol on September 25, remains under investigation by Avon & Somerset Police, following allegations of Actual Bodily Harm.
Stokes sent social media into overdrive on Monday night when he was pictured at Heathrow airport with his England cricket kit but the European Central Bank said he was going to New Zealand to visit family.
Stokes was arrested for his part in an incident outside a Bristol nightclub following England's third one-day global victory against West Indies.
So far, he has missed three tour matches and a first-Test defeat in Brisbane by 10 wickets - during which the consequences of his absence for Joe Root's tourists were painfully plain to see.
He is still awaiting the outcome of the police investigation.
"As and when there are any further developments we will of course release further statements". "His travel arrangements have not been arranged by the European Central Bank", it said in a statement.
After pictures of Stokes at Heathrow airport prompted speculation that the suspended all-rounder could be returning to England for the Ashes in Australia, it was confirmed that he was instead flying to New Zealand.
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