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New Zealand is considered the third most stunning nation in the world. The gleaming mountains, out-of-the-way islands, rolling countryside, panoramic views, and pleasant peaceful atmosphere attract people worldwide. The place lies in the western region of the Pacific Ocean. The area has an amazing diversity of landscapes and greenery everywhere. The breathtaking views get the affection of the tourists. People from every corner of the world come to witness this beauty. The same is the case with tourists from Sweden.

Since October 2019, the NZeTA is an electronic document that some travelers must apply for before traveling to New Zealand. Unfortunately, there is now a lot of incorrect information in circulation. We have listed all official NZeTA information so that you do not pay too much for this "visa."

NZeTA is not a visa. What is it?

If you travel to New Zealand, you will see several visas you can apply for. Even on our website page, you can see the most important visas with the pros and cons so that you can easily see which one applies to you.

The rule is that if you do not have to apply for a visa to New Zealand, you must apply for a New Zealand eTA. Confusing? New Zealand would especially like to know who will enter the country. If you apply for a working or tourist visa, they already have all your details, so they know who you are.

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Suppose you will travel in New Zealand for less than three months and therefore enter on a 'visa waiver' (no visa). In that case, they know nothing about you, and the eTA New Zealand visa for Sweden document is require

You must have certain documents before applying for NZeTA visa for Sweden and during travel. Those are as follows:

  • Passport: The first and foremost thing you will need is the passport. One should have a valid passport, and the documents should remain valid for three months from the date you depart from New Zealand.
  • Valid Email ID: Email address is also mandatory as the electronic travel authority is sent via mail. Make sure you keep a printout of it, too.
  • Scanned photograph: The photograph is another thing you can't ignore. A recent passport-size photograph is required.
  • Digital payment method: You should have a digital payment option. You can pay via debit card, credit card or PayPal.
  • Bank statement: The bank statement is required to prove the means of sustenance and to show that you can take charge of your trip.
  • Return ticket: You must carry the returning ticket, which will be asked at the airport. The return ticket amount should be in your bank account if you do not have one.

You must fill in all the mandatory details and upload the documents. The application form must be filled out very carefully. It is advised to proofread the application form before submitting it. Any differences in the condition can result in its cancellation after analyzing the documents sent to the authorized person via the email ID mentioned in the form. It is in PDF format.

What does the NZeTA cost?

We offer three options for the processing time and visa fees required to complete your eTA. The pricing will depend on the given options-

  • Normal eTA Processing – Your eTA application is processed 48-72 hours and the charge is $60, including service fees.
  • Emergency eTA Processing – You'll receive your eTA within 24-48 hours. The charge for the application is $75, including service fees.
  • Rush eTA Processing – This is the quickest option. You'll get an eTA visa for Sweden in only 12-48 hours. The price will be $85, including service fees.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, even for a visit of 1 day to 90 days, Swedish passport holders are required to apply for a NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority). Depending on your circumstances, you may need to apply for a visa if you plan to remain longer than 90 days.

Those who are Swedish citizens and between the ages of 18 and 30 may apply for this visa. This visa aims to offer temporary employment and educational possibilities in New Zealand.

To be eligible to apply for a skilled job, applicants must have a job or job offer from an approved employer in New Zealand. For a job to be qualified as a professional job, it must contain the following requirements:

  • 30 hours minimum each week
  • A job that pays at least 1.5 times the median income in an Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) Level 4 to 5 occupation or at least the median wage in an ANZSCO Level 1 to 3 works.
  • There must be a permanent contract, a short-term agreement lasting at least 12 months, or a service agreement lasting at least 6 months.

A visa is optional for Swedish nationals traveling to New Zealand. Because of this, as a citizen of Sweden, you are qualified to apply for NZeTA, and we can help you do so quickly.

How many countries can Swedish citizens travel without a visa? A Swedish passport can be used in 159+ countries and territories without a visa.

The right to permanent residency and a work permit entitles family members to seek employment in Sweden. It is not limited to a particular employer or profession.

You can go anywhere in Europe with a Swedish resident permit. You are surely welcome to travel within the Schengen region. Suppose you are a citizen of an EU nation. In that case, you are also excused from the visa requirement for Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Georgia, Montenegro, Serbia, and North Macedonia.

Of course, Swedish citizens required visas for New Zealand with valid passports and documents.

Of course, you can move or relocate to Sweden citizen in New Zealand. Whether you are relocating to Sweden for a job, education, family reunification, or another reason will determine the procedure and requirements.

If you want to work in New Zealand, you must prove that a company there has given you a position, that no local candidates are available, and that you fit the country's criteria for character and health. You'll also need to demonstrate that you have the knowledge, training, and experience necessary for the position. Some work visas have more specific restrictions depending on the type of job, the income, and the length of the contract. There are no standard salary criteria when applying for a work visa in New Zealand. Additionally, visit our website to learn about the most recent salary standards.