New Zealand is an amazingly beautiful and striking island countries in the world. It ranks third in terms of the most beautiful places in the world. This is the reason why people from all over the world visit this place. Since tourism is so booming in the country, it has made a list of 60 visa-free countries. One of them is Monaco.
New Zealand Tourism eTA is awarded to native overseas visitors who wish to explore the island nation and its wonders. Foreign visitors can also bring their families as long as they meet all visa-free criteria.
International travellers holding an New Zealand eTA can use it for vacations, sightseeing and meeting family and friends who are already living in New Zealand. You can also take short-term courses at educational institutions in the country. Note that this course cannot last longer than three months.
If the visa is exempted for a place, it means that nationals of that country do not need to apply for a visa or visit an embassy, but need to apply for an NZETA. ETA stands for Electronic Travel Authorization. It will be linked to your passport automatically. It allows you to visit the country and is valid for 2 years. In these two years, you can visit the country several times. Each visit cannot exceed 90 days.
If you are coming to New Zealand on holiday, you must apply for a visitor visa or the New Zealand e-Travel Authority (NZeTA). However, if you are an Australian citizen, you do not need any of this.
You must apply for a visitor visa before arriving in New Zealand. You also apply for this visa if:
According to the New Zealand government's Electronic Travel Authority, this is a multiple entry visa and is valid for 2 years from the date of issue. The validity period is stated in the ETA upon issuance. However, you can only enter New Zealand after the start date stated on your visa and you can stay for a maximum of 90 days after entry.
To apply for a visa to New Zealand, please have the following things ready:
After completing the form, you will receive a confirmation email with your New Zealand e-Travel Authority documents. If you can't find it in your inbox, it's probably in your SPAM folder. You only need to print or show one copy at the airport.
If you are visiting New Zealand, you must apply for a New Zealand eTA if you are from a visa-exempt country or territory, or if you are a permanent resident of Australia.
All passport holders intending to visit New Zealand and originating from certain countries and territories do not need to apply for a visa before entering New Zealand, but are required to have an NZeTA.
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