IMPORTANT: iVisa is not RENDERING the New Zealand ETA yet, but this item will be launched soon, so stay tuned!
The citizens of Papua New Guinea will have the opportunity to apply online for a New Zealand ETA very soon and iVisa can help with the online application process. However, this is a future possibility, you can only get a consular visa by now.
Learn more about it with the information below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
If I'm from Papua New Guinea, should I apply for a visa if I want to enter New Zealand?
Yes, you must get a visa if you want to enter New Zealand and you're from Papua New Guinea. You can only get a Consular Visa at the moment, but don't stress out, you'll be able to receive a New Zealand ETA very soon.
This is an important reminder since iVisa is not issuing the New Zealand ETA yet. Nonetheless, you still can check the eligibility for other eVisas on this page. You only have to write your nationality and the country of destination in the drop-down fields. This way, you'll obtain the information directly.
How long can I stay in New Zealand if I'm a citizen from Papua New Guinea?
You're allowed to stay in New Zealand for 90 days Per Entry.
What are the requirements?
For a smoother application process, we recommend that you first put together what is necessary, and then fill in the application form. With that being said, here is what iVisa asks of you:
Valid Passport – This is the most important thing to get if you're planning to travel. It must have at least 3 months of validation from the departure date. You also have to scan your passport's information page.
Digital passport photograph – In this part you need to make sure that the picture was taken no more than 3 months ago and that it accomplishes all the passport picture guidelines.
A travel itinerary plan – It's essential to receive valid documentation to show what your plans in New Zealand are.
Proof of accommodation in New Zealand – You can offer hotel bookings or even a letter from your host in New Zealand.
Documentations that prove your bonds to your home country.
Proof of sustenance –You should provide a piece of evidence that proves you can afford for yourself while in New Zealand. A bank statement, cash, credit cards, etc, will be enough.
Valid e-mail address – iVisa will send you the New Zealand ETA through and e-mail, so you need to offer a valid e-mail address.
A valid payment alternative – iVisa allows you to pay with credit and debit cards, but you can also use PayPal.
If you need to read more information about these requirements, then click here.
What are the processing times and fees for the ETA?
The initial cost of your New Zealand ETA isn't the same as the total price you have to pay at the end of the online process. The total price of your New Zealand ETA comes with iVisa's services fees included. That's why the price will vary according to how fast you want your ETA. iVisa offers you three options:
Standard processing – This option will allow you to get your New Zealand ETA in 24 hours, if you pay USD $94.74.
Rush processing – your ETA will be ready in only 4 hours, but you'll pay more. The total price you'll pay will be USD $136.74.
Super Rush processing – By prefering this, you'll only wait 30 minutes. However, since this is the most expensive alternative, you'll pay USD $183.74.
How can I apply?
After you make sure that you fulfill all the requirements, you can proceed to fill in the application form. You should not find it difficult. However, if you have questions, you can reach iVisa’s customer support. The service is available 24/7 and is free of charge.
The form consists of three simple steps:
The first one requires you to give your personal information, as well as a few details about your trip and passport info. You also need to choose a processing time for your application.
The second step should take you even less time than the first one. You need to make the payment and review your form. The information you put in the form must be100% accurate.
The last step asks you to upload the supporting documentation of your application. When you finish, hit the submit button and iVisa will deliver the document in the timeframe of your choosing.
Needless to say, obtaining a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of Papua New Guinea will be really easy!
How does the ETA look like?
I want to travel with my kids, what should I do in this case?
If you want to travel with your children, then you'll probably require separate visas for each kid. Keep in mind that every traveler must apply for this document despite the age. That's why we advise you contact the embassy first so you can solve other questions you might have about this topic.
Where can I find more information about the New Zealand ETA?
As another option, you can read more about the New Zealand ETA as well using this link.