Citizens of a number of countries do not require to apply for visitor visa to travel to New Zealand. If you have a valid passport and belong to those countries then you are just ready to pack up your bags! There are some criteria which you must follow. You must genuinely intend to visit New Zealand temporarily and you must have enough funds to cover all expenses for the entire tour.
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This visa is for citizens and passport holders of selected countries who are eligible to travel to New Zealand without a visa.Source: Immigration New Zealand
Authority to travel: You must have an NZeTA before you plan to travel to New Zealand. You must be traveling to New Zealand with the passport you used to request your NZeTA.
Identity: You must provide identity documents
Genuine intentions: You must genuinely intend to visit New Zealand for a temporary period and intend to leave at the end of your visit.
Citizenship: You must be a citizen of a visa waiver country
Funds: You must have sufficient funds for your stay in New Zealand. You can show at least NZD $1,000 for each month of your stay, or if you’ve already paid for your living, NZD $400 for every month of your stay. Evidence that you have direct access to your funds might be checked when you check-in or arrive in New Zealand.
Onward travel: You must have a ticket out of New ZealandSource: Immigration New Zealand
Step 1 – Check the criteria and conditions to travel visa waiver
Checking the full details of NZeTA is very important. You must fulfil all the requirements for your visa waiver travel. If you are not certain that you meet the requirements, apply for a visa before you start your travel.
You must also have:
Step 2 – You request an NZeTA
You must hold an NZeTA before you leave for New Zealand.
Allow maximum 72 hours for Immigration to New Zealand to process your NZeTA request. Often it is done within 10 minutes!
Step 3 – Arrange your travel ticket and funds
Step 4 – Travel to New Zealand
When you arrive in New Zealand, you must hold an NZeTA.
Airline authority may check your travel document and may also check your ticket for travel out of New Zealand.
On your way to New Zealand, you will be provided an arrival card to complete. Show your completed arrival card along with you travel document when you arrive.Source: Immigration New Zealand