New Zealand for citizens of Canada

2 types of tourist visas for New Zealand are presented. The longest period of stay is 365 days. Good options for digital nomads on New Zealand are New Zealand Digital Nomad Visa, Visitor Visa.

Visa-free entry - New Zealand visa for Canada citizen in July of 2024

ℹ Canadian citizens do not require a visa to visit New Zealand. The duration of stay of passport holders of Canada on the territory of New Zealand is 3 months. Important! May enter using eGate. International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy must be paid upon requesting an Electronic Travel Authority. Holders of an Australian Permanent Resident Visa or Resident Return Visa may be granted a New Zealand Resident Visa on arrival permitting indefinite stay (pursuant to the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement), subject to meeting character requirements and obtaining an Electronic Travel Authority prior to departure. Such travelers are not required to pay the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy.

🔑 How to enter to New Zealand from Canada

To enter New Zealand, Canadian citizens must follow some fairly simple steps. Please note that migration services have the right to request additional documents (return tickets, accommodation reservations and etc.).

  1. Before traveling to New Zealand, check whether your Canadian passport is valid. Passport must be valid for 6 months after entering New Zealand and have at least 1 blank page for entry stamp.
  2. Show your Canadian passport to the immigration officer upon arrival.
  3. Getting a visa - an entry stamp in your Canadian passport. You are allowed to stay in New Zealand for 90 days.

✅ Requirements for Canadian citizens to visit New Zealand with tourist visa

  • Canadian citizens should provide valid passport. Passport must be valid at the all time of entry to New Zealand. The passport must be a minimum of one blank page for the entry stamp.
  • Medical insurance is recommended, as treatment of Canadian citizens on the territory of New Zealand is carried out on a commercial basis.

❓ FAQ

  1. Do citizens of Canada require a visa to visit the New Zealand?

    Canadian citizens do not need a visa to visit the New Zealand.

  2. How long Canadian citizens are allowed to stay in New Zealand without a visa?

    The maximum duration of stay in New Zealand for citizens of Canada for a visa-free stay is 90 days.

  3. What happens if a Canadian passport holder stays in New Zealand longer than the visa-free period allowed?

    Overstaying visa-free entry to New Zealand is punishable by a fine, in case of serious violations a ban on entry to New Zealand is possible. It is essential to leave the country before your authorized stay expires or to extend your stay legally if needed.

  4. Do citizens of Canada need to show proof of sufficient funds to enter New Zealand without a visa?

    New Zealand immigration authorities may ask for proof of sufficient funds or a return ticket when entering the country without a visa. It is advisable to have these documents with you when traveling.

  5. What documents are required for Canadian citizens to enter New Zealand without a visa?

    Canadian citizens need a valid passport with at least six months validity, a return or onward ticket, and proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay in New Zealand.

  6. Can Canadian work or study during the visa-free stay in New Zealand?

    The New Zealand visa-free stay is usually for tourism purposes only. For working or studying in New Zealand Canadian citizens usually requires a specific visa, and you should not engage in such activities on a tourist visa-free stay.

💳 New Zealand Tourist Visa:

🤑 Income $ 400 💰 Cost of program $ 0 NZD ✨ Extendable 🕜 Duration 180 days 🐱‍👤 Tourist Visa

If you don't have visa free entry to New Zeland you need to apply for a Visitor Visa to enter in the country. While on this visa, you're not allowe... Continue reading

💳 Also in New Zealand next visas are available:

Digital Nomad Visa

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