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New Zealand changes its entrance requirements
NZeTA (New Zealand’s Electronic Travel Authority) is the electronic document that currently authorizes entry into this country.
Even when some travelers are eligible to travel to New Zealand without a visa, they will have to own an NZeTA before it. NZeTA is not a visa and does not guarantee entry into the country.
Also, upon arrival in New Zealand, travelers must meet all existing entry requirements, such as having a travel ticket, being a visitor in good faith and being in good health.
Travelers can request an NZeTA using the web form or mobile application INZ NZeTA
- NZD $ 12 through the website.
- NZD $ 9 through the mobile application
Once issued, the NZeTA is valid for up to 2 years and can be used for multiple visits. The NZeTA application can take up to 72 hours to process, so it has to be requested with time enough.
If a traveler does not own an NZeTA when they register, he will not be allowed to board. It might be able to be requested the NZeTA upon registration, but if Immigration New Zealand cannot process the application on time, or if the application is rejected, then he will not be allowed to board.
Applying for an NZeTA is simple, travelers will need their passport and a Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card.
We invite you to visit the website of the Ministry of Interior to be aware of the needs at this time.
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