A revolutionary entry requirement known as the NZeTA Visa allows tourists and to temporarily enter and stay in New Zealand. All non-citizens must have a New Zealand visa or Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)
The New Zealand eTA is an Electronic Travel Authority for travelers wishing to visit New Zealand for short-term stays up to 3 months from arrival. It was introduced to simplify visa processes for citizens of eligible countries who want to travel within New Zealand for short-term stays. The NZeTA can be obtained by completing a simple online application form. Applicants must provide their personal details, travel information, and passport data. The payment will include the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) for those traveling for tourism purposes. Australian permanent residents are not required to pay the IVL.
The New Zealand eTA grants visitors a stay of up to ninety (90) days in New Zealand. Travelers can apply for the New Zealand eTA before their expected departure date. Most applications will be processed within one business day. However, some applications may take longer to process, up to 48-72 hours. The NZeTA is valid for two years from approval and can be used for multiple entries.
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The New Zealand government issues the Electronic Travel Authority (eTA), a multi-entry visa that is good for two years after the date of issuance. The eTA provided by the New Zealand government will include the expiration date. Travel to New Zealand must take place after the start date of your visa, and each entrance is limited to a stay of 90 days. With their New Zealand eTA for United Kingdom citizens may stay in New Zealand for up to six months.
New Zealand Visa (NZeTA) passport requirements are as follows:
This visa is acceptable for various tourist activities, including visiting New Zealand's many tourist destinations, interacting with friends and family, and participating in leisure and entertainment-related non-tourist activities. The New Zealand Employment Temporary Allowance does not cover the cost of purchasing a home, receiving medical care, starting a business, investing in New Zealand, or finding employment there.