NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF SAINT LUCIA

NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF SAINT LUCIA

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTE: iVISA IS NOT OFFERING THE NEW ZEALAND ETA YET, BUT THIS PRODUCT WILL BE LAUNCHED SOON, SO STAY TUNED!

As a Saint Lucian citizen, you should keep in mind that if you plan to travel to New Zealand, you'll have access to an upcoming eVisa. As a result, the citizens of Saint Lucia will be able to apply online for a New Zealand ETA. If you want a smooth application process, iVisa can be of tremendous help.

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Frequently Asked Questions // FAQs

I'm from Saint Lucia, do I need a visa to visit New Zealand?

Citizens of Saint Lucia must get a Consular Tourist Visa to travel to New Zealand. However, they'll be required to apply for an ETA in the future.

To simplify this explanation, iVisa does not offer the New Zealand ETA yet and the New Zealand Visitor Visa Online is not available anymore, that's why you need a consular visa by now. Nevertheless, you can always check your eligibility for other e-Visas here. Just pick your nationality and the country of destination and you'll know the information at once.

How long can I stay in New Zealand?

If you're from Saint Lucia, you can stay there 90 days Per Entry

What are the requirements?

Fortunately, a New Zealand ETA is not a very demanding document to get. Below, you will find a list of everything you need to get the application process started:

  • Valid passport – you cannot get a [New Zealand ETA(/new-zealand-eta?nationality=LC) if you do not get a valid passport that keeps its validity for at least 3 months after the intended departure date from New Zealand.

  • Digital passport picture – is favored that the picture is taken as recent as possible and meet all the other passport photo requirements.

  • Travel itinerary – you need to get a document that states the activities you will be engaging in while in New Zealand.

  • Proof of accommodation – you can offer a hotel booking confirmation or any kind of reservation.

  • List of employment (your last jobs).

  • A document that proves the bonds with your country of origin – it can be property ownership, your current job, papers that show you have a family, etc.

  • Proof of sustenance – you are asked to show evidence that you can support yourself while in New Zealand.

  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you the e-visa via e-mail. Make sure you print it out before departure.

  • Means of payment – iVisa accepts multiple methods of payment. You can use credit or debit cards or PayPal.

What are the processing times and fees?

You do not have to stress about the price of your New Zealand ETA because iVisa has excellent competitive prices. However, you should know that the amount you spend on your visa depends on how soon you want the processing to go. Your options are as follows:

  • Standard processing – By prefering this alternative you accept to acquire your New Zealand ETA in 24 hours, and you accept to pay USD 57.00
  • Rush processing – your application is ready in 4 hours, but the total price is higher. You must pay USD 77.00
  • Super Rush processing – With this option you have to wait 30 minutes for your online form. This is the most expensive option, so you are charged USD 97.00.

How can I apply?

After you put together everything on the list above, you can move forward and start to fill in the application. While the form is quite simple, iVisa’s customer support can be reached 24/7 should you need some assistance.

What you will notice is that the form is divided into three steps:

  1. During the first step, all you need to do is provide some personal information and select a processing time. Just keep in mind that the option you choose dictates the cost of your New Zealand ETA.

  2. The second step wants you to handle the payment details and review your form. It is essential that all the information you provide in your application is 100% correct. Even a single typo can render your visa invalid. Prevent that from happening by being careful when you review your application.

  3. The third and last step wants you to provide the supporting documents of your application. You will have to upload them. After you do that, you are ready to submit your form. iVisa will handle the rest.

What you need to remember is that obtaining a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of Saint Lucia is more accessible than you think!

Does getting a Tourist ETA mean I have automated entry to New Zealand?

No. Keep in mind that if you obtain a New Zealand ETA you have the chance of entering the country, but it doesn't provide an automatic right of entry.

Where can I read more?

If you still have uncertainties about the New Zealand ETA, you can contact iVisa’s customer support to receive better attention. The service can be contacted via online chat or phone anytime, and it is entirely free of charge.

As a second option, you can read more about the New Zealand ETA here.

IMPORTANT NOTE: iVISA IS NOT OFFERING THE NEW ZEALAND ETA YET, BUT THIS PRODUCT WILL BE LAUNCHED SOON, SO STAY TUNED!

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