Tourists Traveling to NZ need to have NZeTa from 1 October 2019

Tourists who want to travel to NZ will have to get NZeTA (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority) from 1 October 2019. Recently, New Zealand has made it imperative for citizens from 60 visa-waiver countries to stay in NZ for a time-period of upto 3 months. 

Australian passport holders and all the permanent residents of some of the Pacific Island Nations will have to brought NZeTA to stay in New Zealand. And British citizens will be able to stay in the country for a time period of 6 months. The United States, Canada, and other Europen Union countries fall into the list of 60 visa-waiver countries

The process for the application for an NZeTA had started from 1 July, 2019 and tourists who are planning to travel to NZ from 1 October 2019 will have to bring NZeTA with them. The application for New Zealand ETA visa can be done online and it is a fast track Visa process which can be easily done without any difficulty.

eTA New Zealand is one such service which is providing a completely online experience to applicants. It checks any type of mistake in New Zealand eTA application form, convert digital photos as per the specification of New Zealand immigration. This service gives the authority to visitors to retrieve their ETA in case they lose from their system. And it offers 100% refund if the application of ETA applicants gets rejected. 

The benefit of applying on their official website is that it accepts cards from 130 countries which are not accepted by Immigration New Zealand. The 24/7 customer support makes this service all the more lucrative and it gives assurance about providing ETA to New Zealand visitors within 72 hours. 

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