Effective 01 October 2019, please be advised that NZeta (New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority) will be mandatory to some visitors and transit passengers travelling to New Zealand. Kindly see below for further information.
1. If you are passing through Auckland International Airport, you must obtain NZeta. The following countries are allowed to apply for NZeta in lieu of transit visa:
|Federated States of Micronesia||Kiribati|
|Republic of Marshall Islands||Tuvalu|
|Papua New Guinea||Thailand|
2. For passport holders of the following countries and territories, manual application of visa is no longer required but must obtain NZeta before they travel:
|Brazil||Netherlands||Latvia (citizens only)|
|Bulgaria||Oman||Lithuania (citizens only)|
|Chile||Portugal (if you have the right to live permanently in Portugal)||Slovak Republic|
|Czech Republic||San Marino||Sweden|
|Estonia (citizens only)||Seychelles||Taiwan (if you are a permanent resident)|
|Finland||Singapore||United Arab Emirates|
|France||Hong Kong (residents with HKSAR or British National-Overseas passport only)||United Kingdom (if you have the right to reside permanently in the United Kingdom)|
|Germany||Hungary||United States of America (including USA)|
|Macau (only if you have a Macau Special Administrative Region Passport)||Ireland||Vatican City|
3. For those who are not mentioned above, you must apply for a visit or transit visa directly at a New Zealand Embassy or representative.
For more information, please visit the link: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/about-visa/nzeta
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