NEW ZEALAND VISITOR VISA FOR THE CITIZENS OF IVORY COAST
What is a New Zealand Visitor Visa?
A New Zealand Visitor Visa is a type of travel document that allows citizens of Ivory Coast 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:
- Proof of identity: You must provide proof of your identity with a valid passport.
- Proof of financial means: You must demonstrate that you have enough money to cover your expenses while in New Zealand.
- Health insurance: You must have health insurance that covers you while in New Zealand.
- Good character: You must not have any criminal convictions or be considered a security risk.
Note: If you are travelling with children, additional requirements may apply.
Application Process for a New Zealand Visitor Visa
The application process for a New Zealand Visitor Visa is relatively straightforward. First, you will need to complete an online application form on the Immigration New Zealand website. Once your application has been submitted, it will be reviewed by an immigration officer who will decide whether or not to grant you the visa.
Note: Citizens of Ivory Coast are eligible to apply for an eTA (Electronic Travel Authority) instead of a visitor visa. An eTA is easier and faster to obtain than a visitor visa and allows multiple entries into New Zealand over two years.
Fees for Obtaining a New Zealand Visitor Visa
The fee for obtaining a New Zealand Visitor Visa depends on the type of visa you are applying for and how long it is valid for. Generally speaking, fees range from NZD$165 – NZD$330 depending on the length of validity.
If you are applying for an eTA instead of a visitor visa, there is no fee associated with the application process as long as it is approved.eTA New Zealand