NEW ZEALAND VISITOR FOR THE CITIZENS OF BOLIVIA

NEW ZEALAND VISITOR FOR THE CITIZENS OF BOLIVIA

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

IMPORTANT: WE ARE NOT OFFERING THE NEW ZEALAND ETA AT THE MOMENT, BUT WE WILL LAUNCH THIS DOCUMENT VERY SOON, SO STAY TUNED!

Good news for Bolivian citizens! You'll probably get the chance to apply for a New Zealand ETA in the near future and iVisa will be able to help you with that. All you have to do is follow a simple set of steps.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

If I'm a Bolivian Citizen, do I have to apply for a visa if I want to travel to New Zealand?

If you're from Bolivia, then you do need to apply for a visa in case you travel to New Zealand. Just don't forget that you can only apply for a Consular Tourist Visa at the moment, so you have to go to an Embassy. But don't stress about it, you'll have the chance to apply for a New Zealand ETA soon.

This is a reminder that iVisa is not providing the New Zealand ETA yet, but if it helps you in your travel arrangements, you can see the eligibility for other e-Visas on this page. The only thing you have to do is to write your country of origin in the drag-down menu and you also have to write the destination. This way, you'll get the information at once.

How long can I stay in New Zealand if I'm a citizen from Bolivia?

You can stay there 90 days Per Entry.

What are the requirements to apply?

If you want to receive a New Zealand ETA with no stress, then you need to get some requirements first. For your convenience, they're accessible to get. You only need the following documents:

  • Passport – This is a basic requirement if you want to explore other countries. Every foreign citizen (not only Bolivians) must have a valid passport with at least 3 months of validation from the date of departure to New Zealand. You also have to scan your passport's information page.
  • Digital passport photo – With this, you need to make sure that the photograph is recent and that it follows all the proper passport photo guidelines.
  • A travel program proof – This document is a must to prove your plans in New Zealand.
  • Proof of accommodation in New Zealand – You can simply get hotel reservations or even a letter from your host to prove this part.
  • Detailed Employment list
  • Documents that prove your ties to your home country.
  • Proof of sustenance – For this item, you have to bring a piece of evidence that proves you can sustain yourself while you stay in New Zealand. A bank statement, cash, credit cards, etc, will be enough.
  • E-mail address – iVisa will mail you the New Zealand ETA, so you need to offer a valid e-mail address.
  • A valid method of payment – With iVisa you're able to pay with credit and debit cards, but you can also use a PayPal account.

How long is the New Zealand ETA valid for?

If you're from Bolivia, then you should know that your New Zealand ETA will expire 2 years after issued and it grants you a Multiple Entry.

What is the price of the New Zealand ETA?

You need to know a few things before applying for this document. First of all, the initial cost e of your ETA is not the same as the total price to pay. The total price of your New Zealand ETA also includes iVisa's service fees. These fees will vary depending on how fast you want to get your ETA. iVisa will provide you three options:

  • Standard processing – This option will allow you to get your New Zealand ETA in 1 Business Day, by paying USD 57.00
  • Rush processing – your ETA will be processed in 4 hours, but you'll need to pay a higher price. The total price you'll have to pay is USD 77.00.
  • Super Rush processing – By selecting this, you'll only have to wait 30 minutes. However, since this is the most expensive option, you'll have to pay USD 97.00.

How can I apply for the New Zealand ETA?

The application form made by iVisa is probably the easiest part of the entire process. It should not take you more than 20 minutes to complete, and in case you need help, iVisa’s customer service center is reachable anytime.

This online form is split into three simple steps:

  1. Step number one will require you to give your personal information, like passport info, and some aspects about your trip to New Zealand. You are also asked to select a processing time, but don't forget that the choice you select determines the cost of your New Zealand ETA.

  2. The next step is to proceed with the payment and revision. You have to make sure that your online form does not have any mistake. Otherwise, your ETA will be wrong, in which case you must repeat the process.

  3. Step number three will ask you to upload the approving documents of your application. For example, this is the part where you have to upload the passport scan and also the digital photo. When you finish it, all that is left for you to do is to click the submit button, and your job is done.

The best part of iVisa's online form is that getting a New Zealand ETA becomes something incredibly easy.

How does the New Zealand ETA look like?

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I'm planning to travel with my children to New Zealand, what should I do in this circumstance?

If you're planning to visit New Zealand with your children, then you'll probably need separate visas for each kid. Keep in mind that every traveler must apply for this document despite the age. That's why we highly suggest contacting the consulate or embassy first so you can solve other doubts you might have.

Do I need any vaccination certificate?

Yes, there's a high possibility of having to apply for Yellow Fever Certificate. You can verify that information with this link: https://www.who.int/ith/ITH_Annex_I.pdf

Where can I read more information about the New Zealand ETA?

If you want more help with the upcoming New Zealand ETA, then you can reach iVisa’s customer service center. The assistance can be reached via online chat or phone 24/7, and it is free.

You also have the chance to read more about the New Zealand ETA using this link.

IMPORTANT: WE ARE NOT OFFERING THE NEW ZEALAND ETA AT THE MOMENT, BUT WE WILL LAUNCH THIS DOCUMENT VERY SOON, SO STAY TUNED!

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