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The easiest way to go through a New Zealand visa process

iVisa | Updated on Jul 07, 2022

A trip to New Zealand may or may not entail you getting a visa. You need to check whether or not you are exempt from getting one given the fact that about 60 nationalities are visa-exempt. Yet, if you do need one, the easiest way for you to complete a New Zealand visa process is if you apply online. You can use the service rendered by iVisa, and your application process will take about 10 minutes.

When you apply online with iVisa, you get to enjoy a lot of benefits. For one thing, you do not have to go anywhere. An embassy is out of the question. Instead, you can apply whenever you want, day or night, from the comfort of your own home. You can even go through the process during your lunch break at work.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I need a visa to visit New Zealand?

It depends on your nationality. With iVisa, you can apply to ETA online. To check your eligibility, click here and use our visa checker putting your nationality and New Zealand as your destination.

What is an ETA?

The New Zealand Tourist eTa (NZ Electronic Travel Authority) is an electronic visa waiver that grants the right to enter multiple times to New Zealand. There is no need to make an appointment or present original documents to the Embassy or Consular Office.

How long can visitors stay in New Zealand with an ETA?

The New Zealand ETA allows a maximum stay of 90 days Per Entry and with your ETA you will have Multiple Entry to the country.

It is also important to know that this ETA is valid for 2 years after issued.

What are the documents required to apply?

With iVisa, you will need just a few documents to start your application. We require the following:

  • A current passport that is valid for at least six months upon arrival

  • Arrival and departure *dates**.

  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account.

What are the processing times and prices?

With iVisa, applicants have three available options for the processing time and this will determine the price. The three options are:

  • Standard processing – your application is processed within 24 hours, and the price is USD $97.74 (service fees included).

  • Rush processing – you will receive your ETA within 4 hours, and the total price of it is USD $149.74 (service fees included).

  • Super rush processing – this is the fastest option. You will get your ETA in only 30 minutes, and you will be charged USD $212.74 (service fees included).

Click here to start your application.

How can I apply for a New Zealand ETA?

The application for a New Zealand ETA is really easy. It has only three steps:

  1. The first step will ask you to fill in your general information. You also need to choose the processing time from the options mentioned above.

  2. The second step will ask you to revise step one and make the payment.

  3. The last step consists of a questionnaire. Other documents may be required as well, but it depends on personal circumstances.

Click here to start. After you are done, you submit your form and wait for your ETA to arrive in your email. In case you need assistance to fill your application, iVisa has a fantastic support service that you can call 24/7.

What do I need to present upon arrival in New Zealand?

Upon arrival in New Zealand, you need to present your passport along with your New Zealand eTA reference number.

Is it safe to use iVisa to get my New Zealand ETA?

Many people think that online information leaks and that their personal info is at risk of getting into the wrong hands. However, that is not the case with our services. We provide maximum safety for your personal data, confidentiality. We invest a lot in the security of our database. Your personal information could not be safer. You can check what hundreds of happy customers say about us here.

I have more unresolved questions, where can I find more info?

For a faster problem resolution, click here and start chatting with one of our customer service representatives. Alternatively, you can find more info and FAQs here.

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