New Zealand FAQ
You must present your passport along with your New Zealand eTA reference number.
You may apply for the New Zealand Tourist eTa if you are a national of the following countries: Andorra
Republic of South Korea
United Arab Emirates
If travelling from a country where there is a risk of yellow fever transmission, then a yellow fever vaccine is required.
No, you don’t. COVID vaccination passports or certificates aren’t a mandatory to enter New Zealand. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest New Zealand travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
An electronic visa is needed for New Zealand entry by all nationalities who are not on the visa waiver. An electronic visa is NOT to be confused with the New Zealand ETA (Electronic Travel Authority) which is a required by all who don’t need a visa proper for entry into the country.
The New Zealand Tourist ETA (NZ Electronic Travel Authority) is an electronic visa waiver that allows multiple entry by tourists into New Zealand.
The following is required to submit your application:
A current passport that is valid for at least six months upon arrival
Arrival and departure dates
Credit / Debit Card or Paypal Account
This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the Fast Track Visa website page for New Zealand for more information.
This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the Fast Track Visa website for more information.
The New Zealand Tourist eTa (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority) is a multiple entry visa and valid for 2 years after issued. Its expiration date should be specified in your eTA once it’s issued. You can only arrive in the country after the start date on your visa, and stay for no more than 90 days per entry at a time.
Travellers passports must have at least 6-months validity from the date of arrival and have at least 1 page blank for stamping.
Multiple entries are allowed with the New Zealand eTa.
At least 24 hours before their trip to New Zealand commences.
No, you will not be provided with an automatic right of entry with the New Zealand Tourist eTa. It is at the discretion of the officer at your port of entry to ascertain if you fulfil the immigration requirements.