NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA

NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA

iVisa | Updated on Jan 21, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTE: WE DO NOT OFFER THE NEW ZEALAND eVISA OR ETA AT THE MOMENT, BUT WE WILL LAUNCH THIS PRODUCT SHORTLY, SO STAY TUNED!

Are you from Equatorial Guinea and you're planning to travel to New Zealand? Then you'll be happy to know that you could get a New Zealand ETA shortly.

As an Equatorial Guinean, you are eligible for an upcoming New Zealand ETA, which means that iVisa can help you get your travel document.

To learn more about this eVisa, keep reading this article.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I'm Equatorial Guinean, do I need a visa to travel to New Zealand?

If you're from Equatorial Guinea, then you must get a New Zealand Consular Tourist Visa by now, but don't get stressed about it, you'll be expected to apply for a New Zealand ETA very soon.

As we said before, iVisa does not grant the New Zealand ETA yet, but you can check the eligibility for other e-Visas on this page. It's quite simple to use the Visa Checker, you only have to write your nationality and the country of destination in the drop-down menu and you'll see the information immediately.

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

If you're a citizen from Equatorial Guinea, you can stay in New Zealand for 90 days Per Entry

What requirements do I need to apply for the New Zealand ETA?

The first thing you have to do when you want to apply for a New Zealand ETA is to make sure that you fulfill all the requirements. However, that is not a difficult task because they are nothing out of the ordinary. You just need to be able to provide the following:

  • Valid Passport – It's not weird to request this document for any travel arrangement, so iVisa is not an exception. Every applicant needs a valid passport that remains as such for at least 3 months from the departure date. It's also essential to have a digital color scan of the information page.
  • Digital passport photo – It must follow all the passport photo requirements.
  • A travel itinerary – you need to prove all your plans in New Zealand. Also, you have to show some of the activities you will experience.
  • Proof of accommodation in New Zealand
  • List of your recent jobs
  • Documents that confirm your links to your home country
  • Proof of your own sustenance – you also have to bring a piece of evidence that shows how you can provide for yourself while in New Zealand.
  • Valid e-mail address – You'll receive your New Zealand ETA via e-mail, so you have to provide a valid e-mail address.
  • A valid payment method – iVisa allows you to pay using credit/debit cards and Paypal accounts.

What are the fees and processing times for Equatorial Guineans?

Before giving you the possible processing times and fees for your New Zealand ETA, keep in mind that one thing is the cost and other the total pricee with fees included. In the case of the New Zealand ETA, the total price will vary according to one thing, and that is the processing time you select while completing the online form. iVisa provides you three choices so that you can select the one that best suits your needs. These are:

  • Standard processing – By choosing this option, you accept to obtain your New Zealand ETA in 24 hours, and you also accept to pay USD 57.00
  • Rush processing – your ETA will be processed in 4 hours, but the total price is higher. You will have to pay USD 77.00 this time.
  • Super Rush processing – With this alternative you only have to wait 30 minutes for your ETA. However, this is the most expensive option of all. You have to pay USD 97.00.

How long is the New Zealand ETA Valid for the citizens of Equatorial Guinea?

If you're from Equatorial Guinea, your ETA will expire 2 years after issued and it gives you Multiple Entry.

How can I apply for it?

After you collect all of the above, you can proceed to fill in the application. This online form is easy, but if you have questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to iVisa’s customer support. It is available non-stop, and it is free of charge.

As you will see below, the form has three steps to follow:

  1. The first step asks you to insert your personal information and that you select a processing time for your application. Your decision determines how much money you will spend on your New Zealand ETA.

  2. The second step of the form requires you to handle the payment and do a quick revision of your application. This last thing is essential because any inaccuracy will render your visa invalid, which means that you must re-apply. Avoid that by carefully reading your form before moving on.

  3. The third and last step only wants you to upload the documents that support your application. Once you are through with that as well, you can submit your form, and iVisa will process it in the timeframe of your choosing.

As you can see, getting a [New Zealand ETA](/new-zealand-eta?nationality=GQ for the citizens of Equatorial Guinea is a piece of cake. iVisa really works hard to simplify the eVisa process.

Does getting a Tourist ETA allows me automatic entry into New Zealand?

No, it doesn't. If you receive a New Zealand Tourist eTA, you're allowed to be scrutinized by the Immigration Checkpoint so you can enter the country, but it does not give an automatic right of admission into the Country.

In other words, the last approval is given by the Immigration Officer.

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

You probably need a visa in this situation, so we recommend you contact the embassy to get more detailed information.

How does the New Zealand ETA look?

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

Don't worry if you still have difficulties with the upcoming New Zealand ETA, that's why we encourage you to contact iVisa’s customer service center. The service can be reached via online chat or phone 24/7, and it is completely free.

You can also read more about the New Zealand ETA here.

IMPORTANT NOTE: WE DO NOT OFFER THE NEW ZEALAND eVISA OR ETA AT THE MOMENT, BUT WE WILL LAUNCH THIS PRODUCT SHORTLY, SO STAY TUNED!

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