European Central Bank had earlier clarified that Stokes is not travelling to Australia, but going to New Zealand to spend time with his family.
Reports from The Times of United Kingdom claim the 26-year-old has been given clearance from the English Cricket Board (ECB) to play in the Ford Trophy, which gets underway on Sunday.
But it turns out that the banned all-rounder was just making a trip to New Zealand to see his parents.
Stokes was dropped from the England tour to Australia while being investigated for an alleged assault in Bristol earlier this year.
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European Central Bank boss Andrew Strauss has stressed that he won't be able to play for England until he's been cleared by police for the incident which took place outside a Bristol nightclub in September.
He was arrested before being released without charge and police and the European Central Bank are both still investigating the incident.
Initial reports suggested the all-rounder may be heading to Adelaide to join the England squad ahead of the second test against Australia starting Saturday, but that was quickly quashed by the England Cricket Board (ECB).
Stokes moved from New Zealand to England as a child so his father Gerard, a former rugby league global, could take a coaching role.
Travel arrangements have not been arranged by them.
"As and when there are any further developments we will of course release further statements".