NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF ANGOLA
What is a New Zealand Visitor Visa?
A New Zealand Visitor Visa is a type of visa that allows citizens of Angola to travel to New Zealand for tourism or business purposes. It is valid for up to nine months and can be used for multiple entries into the country.
The New Zealand Visitor Visa is also known as an Electronic Travel Authority (eTA). An eTA is an online application system that allows eligible travellers from certain countries, including Angola, to apply for a visa without having to visit a New Zealand embassy or consulate. To apply for an eTA, you must have a valid passport and access to the internet. You can apply for your eTA here.
In order to be eligible for a New Zealand Visitor Visa, you must meet certain requirements:
- You must have a valid passport from Angola.
- You must have enough money to support yourself during your stay in New Zealand.
- You must not have any criminal convictions.
- You must not pose any health risks.
- You must not pose any security risks.
If you meet all of these requirements, then you are eligible to apply for a New Zealand Visitor Visa.
The application process for a New Zealand Visitor Visa is relatively straightforward and can be completed online in just a few minutes. All you need to do is fill out the online form on the eTA website and submit it along with the required documents such as your passport and proof of funds.
Once your application has been submitted, it will be processed within 24 hours and you will receive an email notification when your visa has been approved.
The fee for a New Zealand Visitor Visa depends on the length of your stay in the country and whether or not you are applying for multiple entries into the country. The fee ranges from NZD$35 – NZD$140 depending on your circumstances.
It is important to note that this fee is non-refundable even if your application is rejected or denied.