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Norway ETIAS for Citizens of New Zealand
iVisa | 3 min read | Updated on Dec 19, 2023

Norway has its own way of luring visitors. Its best attractions include a diverse culture and ethnicity. Another reason to travel to Norway is its breathtaking and picturesque sceneries, from the amazing fjords to the dancing northern lights in the sky. It’s a good thing that New Zealand is on the list of 62 countries that are waived from visa requirements when going into the Schengen Area.

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But beginning in 2022, there will be a new system that will be launched to screen people who plan to visit countries that are part of the Schengen Area like Norway. It is known as ETIAS or the European Travel Information and Authorization System. This system functions like the ESTA or the Electronic System for Travel Authorization currently in use by the United States.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the ETIAS really necessary when traveling to the Schengen Area?

Travel authorizations generated by the ETIAS are only required for citizens of countries under the visa waiver agreement when they are going to Schengen territory. The Norway ETIAS for citizens of New Zealand can be used for transit, general tourism, medical and business purposes.

What is the goal of the ETIAS?

The system’s primary objective in requiring authorizations like the Norway ETIAS for citizens of New Zealand is to improve the security and border management protocols being used by Schengen member states. It will be able to vet incoming travelers from visa-free countries by accessing and evaluating information from reliable databases, and deciding whether to allow the applicant to enter the region or not.

How long can citizens of New Zealand use the Norway ETIAS?

The Norway ETIAS for citizens of New Zealand is valid for 3 years max. Holders of the travel authorization can stay in the Schengen Area for a maximum of 90 days within a span of 180 consecutive days, also known as the 90/180 rule. The ETIAS grants an unlimited number of entries to other countries in the Area, but the holder needs to make sure not to exceed the allowed duration of stay.

Can I still use the ETIAS if my passport expires?

The passport used in the application with the system is electronically linked to the approved authorization. If the associated passport expires within the validity period of the travel authorization, the authorization will also be voided. You are then required to apply for a new ETIAS with a new passport.

I want to visit several countries in the Schengen Area. What country should I enter first if I have a Norway ETIAS?

You must initially enter the country you have indicated in your ETIAS application. In the case of holders of the Norway ETIAS for citizens of New Zealand, they should enter Norway first before heading to other countries within the Zone.

What are the documents needed to apply for Norway ETIAS?

Registering for a Norway ETIAS for citizens of New Zealand with iVisa.com requires the following:

  • An Email Address. You need to have a valid email address to get updates regarding your application. The result of your ETIAS application will also be sent to the email address indicated.
  • Mode of Payment. Applicants need to prepare a debit/credit card or PayPal account to pay for the transaction.
  • A Valid Passport. You will be required to submit a scanned copy of your valid passport’s bio page.

I have unanswered queries. How can I reach out to you?

Our customer service team is available around the clock to help you with your concerns. We have a chat feature on our website which is the best way to contact our reps. You can also send us your questions and concerns through email at [email protected].

What platform should I use for the processing of my Norway ETIAS?

iVisa.com can help you process your travel authorization. We employ visa specialists who will make sure that your application will be approved by the appropriate authority. You don’t have to go to the embassy. We will deal with them for you.

  • 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.udi.no/en/

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