Ethiopia visa for New Zealander

Ethiopia visa for New Zealander

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

Ethiopia is one of the countries that started issuing an evisa. This means that visiting New Zealander don’t have to visit Ethiopian embassy to get a visa. Instead, you can apply online using iVisa’s services. You need to check your eligibility first to make sure that you can obtain the document. To do that, use the Visa Checker located upper-right corner of iVisa’s website. Select your country of origin and add Ethiopia as your destination. The information will be displayed right away. Not only that but if you are eligible for an Ethiopia evisa, you can apply on the spot.

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The requirements

You do not need much to get started as the process for New Zealander created by iVisa is very simple. They will do most of the work but you still need to provide a few things to help with your application. Here is a list of what you need to provide:

  • New Zealander valid passport – obtaining one is easy, and if you already have one, keep in mind that it needs to keep its validity for at least another six months after you arrive in Ethiopia. Otherwise, your application might be denied.

  • An electronic copy of your passport – You should scan the entire booklet and give importance to the information page.

  • A digital passport-sized photo of yourself – preferably as recent as possible.

  • Residence permit – this requirement applies only to foreigners who apply from another country other than their country of origin. A letter or a visa sticker in your passport will suffice.

  • Valid e-mail address – iVisa will send you a copy (in PDF format) of your visa even if the visa is linked to your passport electronically. You will be required to show it at the immigration office. The delivery system is via e-mail in, so make sure that you provide a valid and accurate e-mail address.

Ethiopia evisa for New Zealander – the application form

Forms can get complicated sometimes but iVisa’s form is quite the opposite. In case you require assistance, iVisa has an amazing 24/7 support service for New Zealander. You can give them a call so that can help you every step of the way.

There are there simple steps. The first one will ask you to fill in your general information like name, address, passport info, and so on. You must also select a processing time and the visa type (30-day or 90-day stay.) Both factors will affect the cost of your visa, so make sure that you have all the information.

The second step consists of payment and revision. It is essential that you provide correct information since mistakes can lead to application denial. After your application is processed, corrections are no longer possible, and the price is non-refundable.

The third step consists of additional upload of documents. Depending on the case, some New Zealander will be required to upload several things. After you are done, you hit the submit button and wait for your visa to arrive via e-mail.

Processing time and fees

iVisa almost always provides three processing times that fit every need and every pocket. Here are our options and the cost for each of them:

  • Standard processing – the most affordable option available on iVisa only cost $87, and your application will be processed within three business days.

  • Rush processing – this time, your visa will be ready within 2 business days, and the price goes a little bit higher. You will be charged $117.

  • Super Rush processing – if you need to be on the plane tomorrow, you can go for this one. The application is processed within just 1 business day, but as you can imagine it costs more. You will be charged $152.

The mentioned fees above are for the 30-day Ethiopia evisa. If you are interested in a 90-day visa, just add $20 to each options above.

The Ethiopia evisa for New Zealander is only for tourism and family visits. It provides a single entry (no matter the visa type,) and the entry point is through Addis Ababa Bole International Airport only. All the other points of entry require a consular visa currently.

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