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5 min read
Updated on Feb 16, 2024


Just like many other nationalities, the citizens of Sudan will have the chance to apply online for a New Zealand ETA. That is because as a Sudanese, you are eligible for an upcoming eVisa once you plan a trip to New Zealand.

The best thing is that iVisa will help you get your travel document in a few hours. Learn more about it with the information below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If I'm from Sudan, do I need to apply for a visa to travel to New Zealand?

If you're Sudanese, then you have to apply for a visa if you wish to travel to New Zealand. Nevertheless, you can only obtain a Consular Visa by now. You'll have the chance to apply for a New Zealand ETA shortly.

Consider that iVisa is not rendering the New Zealand ETA yet, but you can see your eligibility for other e-Visas on this website.

It's effortless to use the visa checker. All you have to do is to write your nationality and also the country of destination in the drop-down menu. This way, you'll get the information fast.

How long can I stay in New Zealand if I'm a citizen of Sudan?

You can stay in New Zealand for 90 days Per Entry if you're from Sudan.

What are the requirements?

If there is one thing you don't have to worry about is that the requirements for a New Zealand ETA are easy to fulfill. Here is a list of documents and information you need to have at hand before you fill in the application form:

  • Valid Passport – This is a usual item when you plan to travel. Every applicant must have a valid passport with 3 months of validation minimum (starting from the flight date). You also need to get a digital color scan of the information page.
  • Digital passport photo – For this part, just ensure that the photo was taken recently and that it also meets all the passport photo guidelines.
  • A travel itinerary – It means that you must get proof to show what your plans in New Zealand are.
  • Proof of accommodation in New Zealand – It can be a hotel reservation or even a letter from your host in New Zealand.
  • Detailed Employment list
  • Documents that prove your ties to your home country – It can be a letter from your family or even a property contract, for example.
  • Proof of sustenance – you need to bring a piece of evidence that proves you can afford for yourself while in New Zealand. A bank statement or even cash will be enough.
  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you the New Zealand ETA via e-mail, so you need to offer a valid e-mail address.
  • A valid method of payment – iVisa accepts credit and debit cards, but you can also use a PayPal.

You can read here more information about these requirements.

What are the processing times and fees for Sudanese?

How much you spend on your New Zealand ETA depends on how soon you want it to be ready. iVisa gives you three options so that you can choose the one that best suits your needs. They are as follows:

  • Standard processing – You can get your New Zealand ETA in 2 days, by paying USD $89.99
  • Rush processing – your New Zealand ETA will be processed in 6 hours, but you'll need to pay more. The total price will be USD $135.99.
  • Super Rush processing – With this alternative you only wait 2 hours for your online form. Nevertheless, since this is the most expensive choice, you'll have to pay USD $191.99.

How can I apply?

To receive your New Zealand visa, you need to fill in an application. Rest assured that iVisa created a simple and straightforward form so that you can be done with it in about 20 minutes. But if you need help, iVisa’s support service is available 24/7 and free of charge.

The application that you need to complete has three steps:

  1. The first one requires you to give your personal information, passport info, and a couple of details about your trip. This is also the moment when you must choose a processing time option.

  2. The second step asks you to make the payment and revise your form so that it does not contain mistakes.

  3. The third step asks that you upload all the documents that support your application. Once you are finished, you are free to click on the submit button. iVisa will take it from there.

What is important to remember is that obtaining a New Zealand ETA is an easy task with iVisa!

How many entries am I allowed to have?

If you're from Sudan, you'll receive Multiple Entry.

How does the New Zealand ETA look like?

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What should I do if I travel with kids?

In this circumstance, you'll also need a New Zealand ETA for each child. Every foreign citizen must apply for this document regardless of age. We firmly recommend you to contact the embassy to solve your other uncertainties about this topic as long as you're not eligible for a New Zealand ETA yet.

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

If you still have questions about the forthcoming New Zealand ETA, if that's your situation, we recommend you contact iVisa’s customer service center. The service can be reached via online chat or phone 24/7, and it is free.

You have the chance to read more about the New Zealand ETA too using this link.


  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/
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