Argentina and Brazil citizens can now stay in New Zealand without visas thanks to a new program that began on October 1. The new visa allows people to stay for up to three months, work, study, visit family, and apply for residency!
The Benefits of Visas
Argentina and Brazil citizens can now stay in New Zealand without visas. This new policy is a result of the new bilateral visa agreement that was signed between the two countries last year. NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR ARGENTINA CITIZENS
This new policy allows for Argentinian and Brazilian citizens to stay in New Zealand for up to three months without a visa. In addition, holders of valid visas from either country are allowed to remain in New Zealand for an additional three months.
The benefits of this new policy are clear. By allowing citizens of Argentina and Brazil to stay in New Zealand without a visa, it will make traveling to and from the country much simpler. It also lowers the barrier to entry for these countries, which will help to promote tourism and trade between the two countries.
What the New Visa Policy Means
Argentina and Brazil citizens can now stay in New Zealand without visas, as of January 1, 2019. This is a major change for the two countries, which have been struggling with an influx of immigrants for some time. The new visa policy means that visitors from these countries will not need a visa to stay for up to three months. This is good news for visitors from Argentina and Brazil, who often struggle to get visas to stay in other countries.
How to Apply for a New Visa
Argentina and Brazil citizens can now stay in New Zealand without visas. The visa-free entry period started on November 12, 2018, and will last for three months. The rules are the same for all visitors: you need a passport valid for at least six months beyond your planned stay, and you must be able to support yourself financially. If you are coming to work, study, or invest in New Zealand, you don’t need a visa.
If you are visiting family or friends, the stay is free. Just make sure you tell the Immigration Department when you arrive so that they can record your arrival in their database. NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR BRAZILIAN CITIZENS
To apply for a visa, visit the website of the New Zealand Immigration Department (www.immi.govt.nz). You need to have your passport photo taken, fill out an application form, and pay the fee (currently NZ$170). Your application will be processed within two working days. If you are applying from abroad, make sure you have an international dialing code. You can also apply by post if you have received confirmation of your booking and have sent your passport and application form together with a payment of NZ$40 (NZ$50
Argentina and Brazil citizens can now stay in New Zealand without visas after the two countries agreed to a new visa-free arrangement. This move comes as part of wider efforts by both countries to strengthen ties, and makes New Zealand one of only a few countries in the world that grants visa-free access to both Argentina and Brazil. For Argentines, this means that they can now visit family and friends without having to worry about getting stuck in immigration queues. For Brazilians, it means that they no longer have to apply for an ETA (Entry Clearance Visa) every time they want to visit their relatives in New Zealand.