How to apply for a New Zealand visitor’s visa
To visit New Zealand on holidays we need VISA, to get VISA it’s completely on where we are from and how long we are going to stay in that country.
Who needs a New Zealand visa
To visit New Zealand in the holiday we need VISA, but we are from:
- A country which we are visiting not on the visa-waiver list
- A country which we are visiting on the visa-waiver list and are staying for more than 3 months
- The UK and are staying for more than 6 months.
How long we can stay
A general visitor visa will normally allow you to stay in NZ for only 3 months. You can apply for up to 9 months in an 18 month period, but more than 3 months will only be granted in special cases.
If you want to stay in New Zealand for longer than your tourist visa allows if you want you can apply for an extension.
Find out what your New Zealand visa will cost
The cost will depend on your citizenship, the country you’re applying for and the type of visitor visa you need. Once it gets done there will be no chance of refundable.
You can pay money for various steps like:
- Bank Cheque.
- Credit card
- SWITCH card.
Medical examinations and x-ray certificates
Before applying for a New Zealand visa, you should take a chest x-ray or medical certificate as proof that you are physically fit and fine.
Financial help and benefits if you’re after 65
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If you are getting retired on a limited income, you may be not able to get government help to pay for regular costs or unexpected expenses. You can use your Super Gold Card for transport and other discounts.
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Money for studying
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If you’re studying, you can apply for a loans, allowances and short-term benefits to help with course fees and living expenses.