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Do I need to print my NZeTA?

No, it's not necessary to print your New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA). When you receive your NZeTA approval, it's usually electronically linked to your passport. You may need to carry your passport with you while traveling to New Zealand as proof of your NZeTA approval. However, it's always a good idea to double-check any specific instructions provided by the New Zealand immigration authorities or the platform through which you applied for your NZeTA to ensure compliance with their requirements.

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No, printing your NZeTA is not compulsory, but it can be beneficial in certain situations.

If you lose your printed NZeTA, you can always access the digital copy from your email or through the NZeTA website.

Yes, you can present your NZeTA digitally on your smartphone or other electronic devices accepted by New Zealand immigration authorities.

Yes, children, regardless of age, need their own NZeTA unless they are included in a parent or guardian's application.

Travelers arriving in New Zealand without a valid NZeTA may be denied entry or subjected to additional questioning by immigration authorities.