New Zealand Visit Visa Requirements

I know applying for a visa is quite stressing and for worse it’s nerve wrecking as the agony of waiting, as you lodged the visa application already, is really fretting. Yes! I have gone to that feeling and even experienced the most worse scenario could be which is having my application denied,that I’ll be sharing with you in the other post because that’s different story and nothing to do with my NZ application.

Anyway, the requirements for NZ visit visa is pretty easy and basic unlike with other embassies that would required you some notarization, legal letter and even unreasonable documents that you really cant produced with. Hence, applying a visa in New Zealand is way different and a way awesome, I must say, because all you have to present was your proof of funds, evidence of employment and your travel documents. Yes! those are the only I’ve submitted via my online application and they can still process my application without asking further documents to present.

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After you lodgement online, I supposed you lodged it online too like I did, just wait for the consulate to open it and have it review ( probably it would take 3-10 days to process ) and once done they’ll be going to send you a letter which states that you’ll have to send over your passport to them through the VFS NEW ZEALAND APPLICATION CENTRE for visa labeling or if not, as NZ is more to eVisa these days on, they’ll probably linking up  your passport unto electronic data which may transfer to their immigration for them to see that you’d still have your visa valid upon entering the country, New Zealand. And after that you can printed out your eVisa that they’ll be going to send over your NZ online visa application account. Yes! that’s how easy it was.. So, try to apply now as their visa in on eased and easily to obtained.

Apply Your New Zealand Visit Visa Online

New Zealand is one of the best country to hang or to visit if you are really into nature and quite places, like myself. Hence, a lot of people are considering visiting the country now as it’s offer a great ambience and the scenic views of mountains and blued seas and rivers are really majestic to see that I know you dont wanna missed to see for your lifetime. So, start applying your a visa today for you to visit the country anytime soon..

By the way, this post is meant for these nationals who’re need to apply for a visa to come to New Zealand and you can check immigration.govt.nz for the list of countries that hasn’t need a visa to entry the country , New Zealand. But if you are residing in the Philippines, like myself, for example or in the same third world countries most probably you needed a visa to come to New Zealand.

New Zealand government are pretty considerable by making their visa application easy and not so time consuming like the old schooled way in applying for a visa as they’ve launched their online visa application whereat we can easily apply for a visa anytime we wanted and all you have to do is to upload documents in the pdf forms over your Realme account that you can start making here: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa. It is just simple to follow and as you have all the documents needed, most probably you can get your visa secured.

Mine actually got approved within 3 business days and I haven’t received any calls from them, to NZ Embassy Manila, just to verify things out or just to confirm on what is my intention visiting their country like most other embassies doing. And other good thing in applying for a visit visa is, for us Filipinos we really dont need to pay the visa fee, its totally free you all, as there was an agreement made by the both governments, NZ & PH, that lifted out the payment levy thingy as we’re applying for the visa. which is good, right? because we dont need to pay a hefty fees for us to acquired the visa.

For the New Zealand visit visa requirements and how to process it please do check my other post here: http://www.inexpensivejourneys.com/2017/03/13/new-zealand-visit-visa-requirements/