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Updated on May 14, 2024


As a Montenegrin national, you qualify for an upcoming ETA if you ever want to travel to New Zealand. As a result, the citizens of Montenegro will be able to apply for a New Zealand ETA online very soon, and iVisa can help with this online application process.

Learn how you could apply for this document and also what requirements you need with the information below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If I'm Montenegrin, do I have to apply for a visa if I want to travel to New Zealand?

If you're from Montenegro, then yes, you must get a visa to enter New Zealand. You can only apply for a Consular Tourist Visa, at least at the moment, so you need to go to the nearest embassy to receive it. However, you shouldn't stress yet since you'll get the chance to apply for a New Zealand ETA very soon.

As we affirmed before, iVisa is not providing the New Zealand ETA yet, but you can check your eligibility for other e-Visas on this website.

Once you see to the Visa Checker Tool, the only thing you should do is to pick your nationality and the country of destination in the drag-down fields. This way, you'll obtain the information speedily.

How long can I stay in New Zealand if I'm a citizen from Montenegro?

You can stay in the country for 90 days Per Entry.

How many times can I enter New Zealand with an ETA?

If you get an ETA, you'll be able to get Multiple Entry.

What are the requirements?

One of the first things on your to-do list should be to review the requirements. iVisa does not ask for much, and surely you already have some of the items on the list. With that being said, here is what you need for a successful application process:

  • A Valid Passport – This is the most important item you should have if you want to explore other countries. Every tourist must have a valid passport. If you already have it, then ensure that it has at least 3 months of validation, beginning from the flight date. You also need to scan your passport's information page.
  • Digital passport picture – You have to ensure that this photograph is recent and that it follows all the passport photo guidelines, including being taken against a white background.
  • A travel itinerary program – It's extremely important to get valid documentation to prove what plans you have in New Zealand.
  • Proof of accommodation – You can confirm this by showing hotel bookings or even a letter from your host.
  • A list of your last jobs
  • Any record that confirms your connections to your home country.
  • Proof of subsistence –You must provide a piece of evidence that proves you can afford for yourself while you stay in New Zealand. A bank statement, cash, credit cards, etc, will be fine.
  • E-mail address – iVisa will e-mail you the New Zealand ETA, so you need to provide a proper e-mail address.
  • Proper payment options – iVisa allows you to pay with credit and debit cards, but you can also use PayPal.

If you want to read more about the requirements, then click here.

What are the processing times and also the prices for the New Zealand ETA?

Your New Zealand ETA will have a price that changes according to one single factor, and that is the processing time you choose during the application. iVisa offers you three choices so that you go for the one that best suits your needs. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – Your New Zealand ETA will be ready in 2 days, and it has a total price of USD $131.99
  • Rush processing – your ETA will be processed in 6 hours, but the total price is higher. It will be USD $165.99.
  • Super Rush processing – By choosing this, you'll only have to wait 2 hours. However, keep in mind that this is the most expensive alternative, so you'll have to pay USD $228.99.

How can I apply?

The next thing you have to do is to fill in the application form. It should not be a challenging task, but just in case you need some help, iVisa puts at your disposal a fantastic customer support service which is available anytime.

What you will notice is that iVisa broke down the application into three steps for your convenience:

  1. The first one requires you to input some general information about yourself and your trip to New Zealand. It also asks that you select a processing time for your application.

  2. The second step should take even less time. You need to cover the payment and review your form. You have to read the application properly and make sure that all the information it contains is 100% correct. Otherwise, you can end up with an invalid visa.

  3. Lastly, the third step requires you to upload the documents that support your application. Once you are finished with that as well, you can proceed to submit the application and let iVisa do its job.

The bottom line is that getting a New Zealand ETA with iVisa is almost effortless. You receive an ETA that is valid for 2 years after issued.

How does the New Zealand ETA look like?

This is a sample of the document:

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Do I need a visa if I'm in the International Transit Lounge?

Yes, you'll probably need to apply for a visa or an ETA in this circumstance as well, so we recommend contacting the embassy to get more specific information.

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

If you want to get better and faster attention, we recomend you to contact iVisa’s customer service. The service can be contacted via online chat or telephone 24/7, and it's free.

You can also read more about the *New Zealand ETA using this link.


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