NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF DJIBOUTI

NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF DJIBOUTI

iVisa | Updated on Jan 20, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTE: iVISA IS NOT PROVIDING THE NEW ZELAND ETA FOR NOW, BUT STAY TUNED BECAUSE THIS PRODUCT WILL BE LAUNCHED VERY SOON!

If you're from Djibouti, then you will be eligible for an ETA to New Zealand very soon. In other words, Djiboutian nationals will be able to apply online for a New Zealand ETA in the near future.

But while you have this opportunity and you get ready to your future trip to New Zealand, we remind you that iVisa can help you with the online application process. Learn more about it with the information below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I'm a Djiboutian citizen, must I get a visa to visit New Zealand?

If you're from Djibouti, then the answer is YES. You must get a Consular Visa by now, but don't worry about this part! you'll be able to apply for a New Zealand ETA in the future, so if you can wait a little bit longer for your trip, then you have a better option than going to an embassy.

As we mentioned above, iVisa does not issue the New Zealand ETA yet, but you can check the eligibility for other e-Visas on this website, which is another great option if you have flexibility in your travel plans. For this, you have to write down your nationality in the drop-down menu first, and then you write the country you wish to visit as the destination country. After that, you'll know the information quite fast.

If you need a visa, you'll know it at once, but if you qualify to apply for an eVisa (which is easier to receive than a consular one) you'll be redirected to the application page. You'll also be informed in case you don't need a visa at all.

How long is the New Zealand ETA valid for?

If you're a Djiboutian, you can use the New Zealand ETA for 2 years after issued.

What are the requirements for the New Zealand ETA?

What you need to do before starting the application process is to make sure that you have everything required. iVisa will only ask for the following documents and information:

  • Passport – This is the most important requirement to get when traveling abroad. If you already have it, remember to verify that it has validity for at least 3 months from the flying date. You also require a scan of your passport’s information page. You also have to ensure that the scan includes the signature.
  • Digital passport photo – The picture must follow some requirements as well. It must has been taken recently and it must follow the proper guidelines based on passport photographs.
  • Travel Plans – you also have to get an itinerary plan that shows what purposes you have in New Zealand.
  • Proof of accommodation – For this, you can receive a hotel booking confirmation or just a letter from a host.
  • List of employment.
  • Documents that prove your links to your home country – for example, you can provide family papers or a job contract.
  • Proof of sustenance – you have to offer a piece of evidence to support yourself while you stay in New Zealand.
  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you the New Zealand ETA. A valid e-mail address is extremely necessary.
  • Payment Methods – If you apply for the New Zealand ETA with iVisa's services, you can pay using a credit or debit card, but Paypal is also a valid method.

What are the fees and processing times for Comoran citizens?

The New Zealand ETA will have a price that can easily vary according to how soon you want to get your document. iVisa provides three alternatives so that you can choose the one that is better for you. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – This option will allow you to receive your New Zealand ETA in only 24 hours as long as you accept to pay USD 57.00
  • Rush processing – your ETA will be processed in 4 hours, but you'll have to pay a bit more, USD 77.00 being precise.
  • Super Rush processing – With this choice you only have to wait 30 minutes, but don't forget that the price for this is the highest of the three. You'll have to pay USD 97.00.

How long can I stay in New Zealand if I'm from Djibouti?

If you're from Djibouti, you can stay in New Zealand for 90 days Per Entry.

How can I apply?

As soon as you provide all of the above, you can move on to fill in the application form. That is generally an easy task, but if you have concerns, iVisa’s customer support can be reached via phone or online chat 24/7. The service is free.

The form has three easy steps to follow:

  1. The first one only asks you to give your personal information and select a processing time for your application. Keep in mind that your choice affects the cost of your New Zealand ETA.

  2. During the second step, you are asked to provide your payment details so that the payment goes through, but you need to review your form as well. Make sure that all the information you provide is 100% accurate. Otherwise, you will receive an invalid document.

  3. Lastly, the third step requires you to upload the documents that support your application. For instance, you must upload your passport scan and digital photo. When that is over, you can submit your form, and iVisa will handle things from there.

If you want to learn more about this online form, you can click here.

How many times can I enter New Zealand?

If you're from Cuba, you'll receive Multiple Entry.

What can I do if I travel with my kids?

In case you want to visit New Zealand with your kids, then remember that they require visas or New Zealand ETAs as well. Nevertheless, we suggest contacting the embassy to receive more information about it.

Do I need a New Zealand ETA or Visa if I'm in the International transit area?

You'll have to apply for a New Zealand visa in this case too. In other words, if you have a layover to go to another country, you also require to have a visa. That's why we strongly advise you contact the embassy to receive clear information about this topic.

How does the New Zealand ETA look like?

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

It's ok if you still have uncertainties or questions about the New Zealand ETA, that's why you have the option to contact iVisa’s customer service center to get better attention. The service can be reached via online chat or phone 24/7, and it is completely free of charge.

IMPORTANT NOTE: iVISA IS NOT PROVIDING THE NEW ZELAND ETA FOR NOW, BUT STAY TUNED BECAUSE THIS PRODUCT WILL BE LAUNCHED VERY SOON!

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