NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

IMPORTANT NOTE: THE NEW ZEALAND ETA IS NOT AVAILABLE YET, BUT WE WILL OFFER IT SOON, SO STAY TUNED!

If you're from the Central African Republic, then you'll have access to a New Zealand ETA very soon. The reason for that as a Central African, you qualify for a future New Zealand eVisa if you plan to travel to this country. iVisa can help you with the online application process, but for that, you have to read the information below.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Should I apply for a visa to New Zealand if I'm from the Central African Republic?

If you're from the Central African Republic, then you will have to apply for a visa in case you're planning to go to New Zealand. You can only apply for a Consular Visa momentarily, so you have to take a trip to the Embassy to get it. But don't stress! you'll get the opportunity to have a New Zealand ETA shortly.

As we stated before, iVisa is not rendering the New Zealand ETA yet, but if it helps you in your future travel plans, you can check the eligibility for other e-Visas on this website.

How long can I stay in New Zealand if I'm a citizen from the Central African Republic?

If you're a citizen of the Central African Republic, then you can stay in New Zealand for 90 days Per Entry.

What are the requirements for the New Zealand ETA?

The requirements for a New Zealand ETA are easy to meet. You probably already have what you need for a successful application process:

  • Passport – It's not unusual to require this document. It is a must when you want to visit other countries. Every foreign traveler must get a valid passport with 3 months of validation from the departure date.
  • Digital passport photograph – With this photo, you have to make sure that it was taken a few months ago. Don't forget to verify that it also pursues the passport photo guidelines.
  • A travel program proof – This part is important to prove your plans in New Zealand.
  • Proof of accommodation in New Zealand – For this piece, you can show hotel reservations or a letter from your host.
  • Employment list
  • Documents that verify your connections with your home country - this can be a contract or a family note.
  • Proof of maintenance – You have to offer a piece of evidence that proves you can maintain yourself. A bank statement, cash, credit cards, etc, will be more than enough.
  • E-mail address – iVisa will give you the New Zealand ETA by e-mail. You must provide a valid e-mail address.
  • A valid payment method – With iVisa you have not only one, but three payment options. You can pay using credit and debit cards, but you also have the option to pay using a PayPal account.

How long is the New Zealand ETA valid for?

If you're from the Central African Republic, you'll obtain a New Zealand ETA that will expire 2 years after issued. Don't forget that you can also have Multiple Entry.

What are the prices and processing times?

The total price will vary according to the processing time you select while filling in the online application process. iVisa provides you three options so that you can select the one that is most convenient. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – With this alternative, you get your ETA in 1 Business Day as long as you pay USD 57.00
  • Rush processing – iVisa will process your ETA in 4 hours, but you'll need to pay more. The total price you'll have to pay is USD 77.00.
  • Super Rush processing – You'll only wait 30 minutes with this option. However, since this is the most expensive option, you'll have to pay USD 97.00.

Can I apply with iVisa?

Unfortunately, we still don't have the New Zealand ETA available, but we'll have this document available soon.

How can I apply for the New Zealand ETA?

After you put together the requirements listed above, feel free to fill in the application. The form is quite simple, but if you have trouble along the way, iVisa has excellent customer support. The service is available 24/7 and is free of charge.

You will notice that the form is broken down into three steps:

  1. The first one wants you to insert your personal information, a few travel details, and some passport information. You are also asked to choose a processing time for your application. Keep in mind that your choice determines the cost of your New Zealand ETA.

  2. Step number two wants you to do two things: cover the payment and review your application. The latter is often underestimated, but that should be avoid. Mistakes will invalidate your New Zealand ETA, and if that happens, you need to repeat the process. Do the right thing and review your form before moving on.

  3. The last step will require you to upload your application’s supporting documents. After you are finished with this as well, you can submit your form. iVisa will process it in the timeframe of your choosing.

What is important to remember is that getting a New Zealand ETA for the citizens of the Central African Republic is easy with iVisa.

Do I have to apply for a visa if I'm only in the International Transit Lounge?

You'll probably need to get a visa for this case too. That's why we always suggest contacting the Embassy first, at least while we launch the New Zealand ETA

When should I apply for the New Zealand Visa?

You can apply for this visa whenever you like, preferably a month before your trip. However, consider that once we get the ETA available, you'll be notified with more precision about the processing time.

How does the New Zealand ETA look like?

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

In case you still have some doubts about the upcoming New Zealand ETA, then we advise you contact iVisa’s customer service center. This assistance can be reached via chat or phone 24/7, and it's completely free.

You can also see more information about the New Zealand ETA using this link.

IMPORTANT NOTE: THE NEW ZEALAND ETA IS NOT AVAILABLE YET, BUT WE WILL OFFER IT SOON, SO STAY TUNED!

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