REMINDER: WE DON'T OFFER THE NEW ZEALAND ETA, NEVERTHELESS WE'LL IMPLEMENT THIS PRODUCT VERY SOON!
As a Mozambican, you'll be able to enter New Zealand without too much trouble in the future.
That's because the citizens of Mozambique will be able to acquire a New Zealand ETA very soon. iVisa will be able to help you with the online application process. All you have to do is to follow the instructions below, and you will get the document in a few hours.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do I need a visa to enter New Zealand?
Yes, you need to apply for a visa. Don't forget that you can only obtain a Consular Tourist Visa by the moment, so you have to go to the embassy or consulate. We still suggest you not to stress out before time 'cause you will have the opportunity to apply for a New Zealand ETA very soon.
Note that iVisa is not providing the New Zealand ETA yet, however, you can verify if you are eligible for other e-Visas on this page.
When you check the Visa Checker Tool, you have to insert your home country and the country of destination. This way, you will get the information quickly.
How long may I remain in New Zealand if I am a citizen from Mozambique?
You can be in the country for 90 days Per Entry.
Can you tell me the prerequisites that I need for the New Zealand ETA?
What you will love about the online application process is that the list of requirements is not very long and that most of the items on it are easy to achieve. Here is what you need to provide to get the process started:
Passport – it needs to be valid for 3 months, beginning from the flight date. Besides, provide a scan of the passport's information page.
Passport photo – give us a recent passport picture with all the criteria.
Travel itinerary – it's mandatory to present a document with all your plans in New Zealand.
Proof of accommodation – you can provide hotel reservations or a letter from your host.
Documentation that proves your ties to your country of origin.
Proof of subsistence – give a piece of evidence that proves you can maintain yourself while you are in New Zealand. A bank statement or even cash is a great alternative.
Email – we will send you the New Zealand ETA by email, that is why you have to provide a current email.
Proper payment options – iVisa allows you to pay with a credit or a debit card or even PayPal.
What are the processing times and fees?
The cost of a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of Mozambique is the same as for anyone else. It is not a fixed price, but it depends on the timeframe in which you want your application to be processed. iVisa has three excellent options:
Standard processing – receive your New Zealand ETA within 1 Business Day and pay a total of USD 57.00.
Rush processing – you will obtain your ETA in 4 hours. You'll have to pay USD 77.00.
Super Rush processing – by selecting this, you just have to wait 30 minutes. Nonetheless, the total price of it is USD 97.00.
How can I apply?
The form in question is broken down into three steps:
The first one focuses on general information about yourself and the trip, but it also requires you to make your decision as far as the processing time goes.
The second step asks you to cover the payment and review your form to make sure it contains only accurate information.
And the third step requires you to upload the documents that support your application. As soon as you are done with that, you can click on the submit button, and iVisa will get the process going.
All you need to remember from all this is that iVisa makes the process of getting a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of Mozambique incredibly convenient. You will receive a visa that is valid for 2 years after issued with Multiple Entry.
Can you show me a sample of the New Zealand ETA?
Does an ETA guarantee my entry into New Zealand?
No, it doesn't. If you have an ETA, that doesn't mean that you get an automatic right of entry.
The Immigration Officer at the port of entry may refuse entry to any person if they consider that this person is unable to fulfill the immigration requirements.
Where can I read more information about the New Zealand ETA?
Get more info regarding the New Zealand ETA at this link.