Visa Fee

NZeTA fee includes the government fee and the service fee. The service fee is charged for our assistance24h professional support, and processing time guarantee. NZeTA fee can be paid online via Credit/Debit Card.

1. Service Fee

Normal (USD) Emergency (USD) Rush (USD)
US$ 69.00 per applicant Plus US$ 79.00 per applicant Plus US$ 99.00 per applicant
  • Normal: The soonest time your eTA can be delivered is 3 business days after your documents provided. We assure that your visa will be delivered on time for your trip.
  • Emergency: For those who would like to get an NZeTA within 1 business day
  • Rush: For those who would like to get an NZeTA within 5 business hours

2. Government Fee

Government fee for NZeTA - Multiple entries

Types of applicantGovernment fee
Australian permanent residentsUS$ 8

Non-Australian permanent residents

US$ 31

Eligibility

  • International Travellers whose sole objective of visiting New Zealand is recreation, sight-seeing, casual visit to meet friends or relatives.
  • Australian permanent residents, non-Australian permanent residents (people from 60 visa waiver countries, people from the other 135 eligible countries) can apply for the NZeTA. 

Non-Eligibility

  • Not available for Diplomatic/Official Passport Holders or Laissez-passer travel document holders
  • Not available to people endorsed on Parent's/Spouse's Passport i.e. each person should have a separate passport
  • Not available for International Travel Document Holders

Notes:

  • Passport should have at least 3 months validity after the date you plan to leave New Zealand. The passport should have at least two blank pages for stamping by the Immigration Officer.
  • The validity of eTA will be 2 years from the date your NZeTA is issued
  • The stay period in New Zealand is 3 months in the 12-month period for most applicants. Only applicants from the United Kingdom are allowed to stay in New Zealand for a maximum of 6 months in the 12-month period.
  • The NZeTA is valid for multiple entries
  • Australian permanent residents or applicants whose nationalities belong to 60 visa waiver countries can travel to New Zealand by air-plane. Whereas, applicants who are non-Australian permanent residents and whose nationalities do not belong to 60 visa waiver countries must travel to New Zealand by a cruise ship