The NZeTA is a new border security measure that the New Zealand Government has applied as of October 1st, 2019. Some travelers who do not require a visa to travel to New Zealand will now have to obtain a NZeTA before traveling to the country.
The NZeTA is not a visa and does not guarantee entry to New Zealand. Upon arriving in the country, travelers must comply with all entry requirements, for example, owning a ticket for a subsequent trip, etc.
The eTA seeks to reduce the time spent on migration controls and also aims to strengthen border security. While the IVL seeks that travelers contribute directly to the tourism infrastructure they use, as well as help, protect and enhance the natural environment they will enjoy during their stay in New Zealand.
NOTE: To enter New Zealand, a passport must be valid for at least three months from the scheduled departure date. Applicants need a valid passport if they are from one of the 60 eligible countries to apply for eTA New Zealand.
All european Union citizens:
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www.eta-new-zealand.org, a privately held company, is not associated with the Government of New Zealand and its sponsors. We offer high-quality travel and immigration services to both individuals and legal entities. A service fee of 59 USD is charged for this assistance, which is added to the Government visa fees that may range from 8 USD to 30 USD. The Government visa fees include the payment of the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy (IVL) for all those traveling for tourism that are not Australian permanent Residents. The professional travel services provided by www.eta-new-zealand.org include: assistance with the eTA New Zealand application, providing information regarding the online visa application, including the status and result or the application, as well as offering continuous support via email. An application can also be submitted for a lower cost through the New Zealand Government here though this would be without our professional review and expert service.