New Zealand Visitor Visa
Do You Need a New Zealand Visitor Visa to Enter the Country?
- You do not belong to a visa-waiver country
- You plan to spend more than 3 months during your visit to New Zealand (this term is 6 months for travellers from the UK)
- You have a criminal background
- You have health issues than can endanger public health or turn out to be expensive for New Zealand’s public health services
You need to get either a New Zealand visitor visa or an NZeTA, not both! If you are not sure about the right option in your case, book a consultation with our immigration experts who have helped scores of clients visit New Zealand without landing into travel visa issues.
- You have served prison time
- You have serious health problems
- You have been engaged in terrorist or criminal activities
- You have been deported from some country
What is the Length of New Zealand Visitor Visa?
- You require more time to finish your travel plan
- You are unable to leave New Zealand due to unavoidable circumstances
- This is the first time you have applied for New Zealand residence
Our licensed immigration consultants are standing by to offer you paid consultation to help you with your visitor visa extension.
What Other Conditions Are Imposed on New Zealand Visitor Visa?
- A valid ticket and travel documents proving you can visit that country; or
- An agreeable sponsor who is willing to pay for your travel from New Zealand to the country you are authorized to travel to.
- Visit your family and friends, partake in adventure activities, enjoy amateur sports and explore New Zealand’s landscapes.
- Add your dependent children, younger than 19 years, and partner as part of your visitor visa application.