Effective 1 October 2019, Brazilian nationals wishing to visit New Zealand without a visa must obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA New Zealand) prior to departure. New Zealand has also introduced another additional requirement known as the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy NZ (IVL) which is also mandatory for some tourists from 1 October 2019.
The aim of NZ's eTA requirements is to improve national and cross-border security and make international travel smoother. Instead, IVL was introduced with the intention of protecting New Zealand's natural environment and infrastructure that visitors enjoy. The application process for New Zealand eTA from Brazil is simple and quick and can be completed in just a few minutes from the comfort of the applicant's home or office.
While this travel authorization is not a visa, as of 1 October 2019, the New Zealand eTA is mandatory for citizens of Brazil and nationals of 59 other countries wishing to enter New Zealand for short periods of time and for tourism or business reasons. Brazilian citizens can now apply for their New Zealand travel services online using their passport. The New Zealand eTA provides New Zealand authorities with a better understanding of the movement of visa-free travellers and helps prevent a wide range of border, international and immigrant crimes.
The New Zealand eTA for Brazilian citizens is valid for 2 years, supports multiple entries and allows stays of 90 consecutive days at a time. The fee (IVL) only has to be paid once during the 2-year validity of the eTA.
Brazilian passport holders can enter New Zealand without obtaining a New Zealand visa from Brazil for a period of 90 days through the New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA). Obtaining a New Zealand visa from Brazil is not an option, but a mandatory requirement for all Brazilian nationals traveling to the country for short stays. Before traveling to New Zealand, travellers should ensure that the passport is valid for at least three months after the expected date of departure. Only Australian citizens are exempt, even permanent residents of Australia must obtain a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authorization (NZeTA).
There are a number of documents you must have before applying for your eTA and during your trip. They are as follows:
Your New Zealand visa is valid for two years. This period starts as soon as your application is approved. The visa is called a multiple entry visa, which means you can visit the country multiple times with one visa.
The departure date of Brazilian nationals must be within 3 months of arrival. In addition, Brazilian nationals can only visit 6 months in any 12-month period with New Zealand's eTA.
Brazilian passport holders are required to apply themselves to the New Zealand e-Travel Authority (NZeTA) for short periods ranging from 1 day to 90 days. If Brazilian nationals intend to stay longer, they may need to apply for an appropriate visa, depending on the situation.
When applying for a New Zealand visa for Brazilian nationals, travellers can submit electronic or paper copies for presentation at the New Zealand border and immigration.
The basic personal queries need to be answered while completing the online New Zealand eTA application form:
The New Zealand visa is valid for multiple visits and can be used for two years. So, you can also travel to New Zealand with confidence, then travel to Fiji or Australia and then return to New Zealand with the same visa. You will also have to pay IVL or International Visitor Tax and Tourism Conservation. It serves the country's infrastructure development and environmental protection.New Zealand eTA Application Form
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