The latest news about the visa for New Zealand (NZeTA).


End of travel restrictions for international travellers

On 20 October, New Zealand lifted the last travel restrictions. There is no longer a vaccination requirement, but a visa or NZeTA is still required...

News report | 25-10-2022 | 11:17:35

Visa applications surge again in New Zealand

New Zealand has fully reopened its borders. Besides NZeTa authorisation, all visa applications are available again. For work visas, this is still difficult...

News report | 16-08-2022 | 16:22:09

New Zealand introduces new investment visa

New Zealand introduced a new investment visa last week to attract experienced and valuable investors. ...

News report | 22-07-2022 | 15:05:37

New Zealand cruise and the NZeTA

To enter New Zealand, tourists need a visa. This applies to both airline and cruise ship passengers. Read more about the NZeTA...

News report | 15-07-2022 | 14:35:29

New Zealand test requirement abolished earlier

The New Zealand government abolished compulsory pre-departure testing on Monday, 20 June 2022. That is one and a half months earlier than planned...

News report | 24-06-2022 | 14:31:25

Borders fully open in July - all visa types available

From July 2022, New Zealand will reopen their borders completely. Student visas and all types of work visas will be available again...

News report | 24-05-2022 | 13:18:19

New visa introduced in New Zealand for Ukrainians

The New Zealand government has introduced a new visa for Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion...

News report | 13-04-2022 | 13:49:48

New Zealand moves up border reopening

Travellers with a valid NZeTA visa can travel to New Zealand from 1 May. The previous date of 1 July is cancelled...

News report | 25-03-2022 | 14:59:41

New Zealand announces border opening

From October 2022, international travellers with a visa are again welcome in New Zealand. They will no longer be required to be in government quarantine...

News report | 15-02-2022 | 10:06:04

New Zealand visa Passport Guide

To apply for a New Zealand visa, you need to upload a passport photo. Find out here everything about the requirements for the passport photo...

News report | 04-02-2022 | 15:14:34

New Zealand grants visas to investors

New Zealand is again granting visas to rich investors. They are then allowed to travel to the country despite the border closure due to the coronavirus. ...

News report | 04-01-2022 | 08:33:45

New Zealand open for tourists on 30 April 2022

From 30 April 2022, tourists and business travellers will be able to travel again to New Zealand. They must be fully vaccinated and have a valid visa...

News report | 26-11-2021 | 09:38:12

New Zealand tightens COVID-19 measures

Due to new coronavirus outbreaks, New Zealand has tightened COVID-19 measures. A visa can still be applied for...

News report | 03-11-2021 | 11:50:38

New Zealandʼs border remain closed until 2022

New-Zealand will keep their borders closed until early 2022. You can apply for a NZeTA visa for a trip next year...

News report | 10-09-2021 | 10:43:16

Customs in New Zeeland: import rules and NZeTA

Customs in New Zealand checks products which are imported into the country and also checks all travellers for a valid New Zealand visa (NZeTA)...

News report | 22-10-2020 | 12:06:17

New Zealand set to open border with Australia

New Zealand is looking into possibilities to open up the borders with Australia again. Other countries might be added in the future...

News report | 14-04-2020 | 16:48:17

Coronavirus New Zealand: 56 infections on cruise ship

The government of New Zealand has revealed that 56 New Zealanders were onboard of a coronavirus infected cruise ship from Australia...

News report | 14-04-2020 | 16:48:17

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