NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF HAITI
What is a New Zealand Visitor Visa?
A New Zealand visitor visa is a type of travel document that allows citizens of Haiti to enter and stay in New Zealand for up to nine months. The visa is valid for multiple entries, meaning you can leave and re-enter the country during your stay.
The purpose of the visa must be tourism, visiting family or friends, or business activities such as attending meetings or conferences. It does not allow you to work or study in New Zealand.
Requirements for Obtaining a New Zealand Visitor Visa
In order to obtain a New Zealand visitor visa, you must meet certain requirements. These include:
- Valid passport: You must have a valid passport from Haiti with at least six months validity remaining.
- Proof of funds: You must demonstrate that you have sufficient funds to cover your expenses while in New Zealand.
- Return ticket: You must have proof of onward travel out of New Zealand.
- Health insurance: You must have health insurance that covers your stay in New Zealand.
Note: Additional documents may be required depending on your individual circumstances.
Application Process for a New Zealand Visitor Visa
The application process for a New Zealand visitor visa consists of several steps:
- Gather documents: Gather all the necessary documents required for the application.
- Complete application form: Complete the online application form and submit it along with the required documents.
- Pay fees: Pay the applicable visa fees.
- Wait for decision: Wait for the decision on your application.
eTA New Zealand
Citizens of Haiti are also eligible to apply for an eTA (Electronic Travel Authority) to visit New Zealand. An eTA is an electronic travel document that allows visitors to enter and stay in the country for up to three months without having to apply for a traditional visa. To apply, simply fill out an online form and pay the applicable fee at eTA New Zealand.
Once approved, your eTA will be electronically linked to your passport and will be valid for two years or until your passport expires, whichever comes first.