NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF MALI

NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF MALI

iVisa | Updated on Jan 29, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTE: iVISA IS NOT ISSUING THE NEW ZEALAND ETA BY NOW. REMEMBER THAT THE VISITOR VISA IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. HOWEVER, WE WILL LAUNCH THE UPCOMING NEW ZEALAND ETA SHORTLY

As a citizen of Mali, you qualify for the upcoming ETA if you want to travel to New Zealand, which means that you'll be able to apply online for a New Zealand ETA. iVisa offers a smooth application process so that you can get the document in a few hours once it is available.

Do you want to learn more about this ETA? Then we invite you to keep reading the information below

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Frequently Asked Questions

If I'm from Mali, do I need a visa to travel to New Zealand?

Yes, you must get a visa if you want to enter to New Zealand and you're from Mali. Keep in mind that you can only receive a Consular Tourist Visa momentarily, so you must go to the nearest embassy or consulate for that. However, don't stress out, you'll get the chance to apply for a New Zealand ETA very soon.

As we declared before, iVisa is not issuing the New Zealand ETA yet, but you can verify your qualification for other e-Visas on this website.

Once you check the Visa Checker Tool, the only thing you'll have to do is to select your nationality and the country of destination in the drag-down menu. This way, you'll receive the information quickly.

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

You can stay in the country for 90 days Per Entry.

What are the requirements for the New Zealand ETA?

The requirements for a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of Mali are the same as for every other nationality. You need to put together some documents and information so that iVisa can get the process started. Here is what you need:

  • A Passport – This is the most important item if you want to travel. Every foreign traveler must obtain a valid passport. In case you already have one, make sure that it has 3 months of validation minimum, starting from the flying date. You also need to scan your passport's information page.
  • Digital passport photograph – You have to make sure that this picture was taken recently and that it follows all the passport photograph guidelines, including being taken against a white background and with no face gestures.
  • A travel itinerary plan – It's important to get valid documentation so you can prove what plans you have in New Zealand.
  • Proof of accommodation in New Zealand – You can prove this by showing hotel reservations or even a letter from your host.
  • Employment list
  • Documentation that verifies your connections to your home country.
  • Proof of subsistence –You must provide a piece of evidence that proves you can afford for yourself while you stay in New Zealand. A bank statement, cash, credit cards, etc, will work.
  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you the New Zealand ETA via e-mail, so you need to offer a proper e-mail address.
  • Proper payment options – iVisa allows you to pay using credit and debit cards, but you can also use PayPal.

What are the fees and the processing times for the New Zealand ETA?

The total price of a New Zealand ETA will vary depending on one single aspect: the processing time. We are talking about the processing time option you select while filling in the application process. iVisa provides three alternatives so that you can choose the one that you find most convenient. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – You'll receive your New Zealand ETA in 24 hours, and its total price is USD 57.00
  • Rush processing – your ETA will be ready in 4 hours, but the total price is a bit higher. It will be USD 77.00.
  • Super Rush processing – By selecting this, you'll only have to wait 30 minutes. Nevertheless, since this is the most expensive choice, you'll pay USD 97.00.

How can I apply?

The next step implies an application form. It should be an easy job, but if you have concerns, iVisa provides customer support 24/7 that is free of charge.

The form is broken down into three stages:

  1. The first one asks for your personal information, passport, and some travel details. You must also select a processing time from the options above.

  2. The second stage requires you to cover the payment and review your application so that it does not contain mistakes. It is essential that the information you provide is 100% correct. Otherwise, you will get an invalid ETA.

  3. The last stage is made to upload the documents that support your application. As soon as that is finished, you can hit the submit button, and iVisa will do the rest.

Needless to say, receiving a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of Mali is almost effortless with iVisa. The e-visa is valid for 2 years after issued and you'll have Multiple Entry.

How does the New Zealand ETA look like?

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Do I need a visa if I'm in the International Transit Area?

Yes, there's a high chance of having to apply for a visa in this circumstance, so we suggest contacting the embassy to get more detailed information.

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

In case you still have doubts about the expected New Zealand ETA, we advise speaking to iVisa’s customer service center. The service can be reached via online chat or telephone 24/7, and it's free.

You can read more about the New Zealand ETA as well using this link.

IMPORTANT NOTE: iVISA IS NOT ISSUING THE NEW ZEALAND ETA BY NOW. REMEMBER THAT THE VISITOR VISA IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. HOWEVER, WE WILL LAUNCH THE UPCOMING NEW ZEALAND ETA SHORTLY

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