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New Zealand Visa For French Citizens ` Details of Visas granted by New Zealand

Source: Digital Journey, 30/06/2022

ETA Criteria for French Citizens in New Zealand
The following are the eTA conditions for French visa holders in New Zealand:
• A valid passport: The traveler must have a valid French passport for at least three months from the date of departure from New Zealand.
• A valid email address is: The email address entered on the application will get the New Zealand eTA. It is critical to provide an email address that you regularly check to get updates on the eTA status.
• A payment method: French people will be required to pay a nominal charge to submit their application. They’ll need a legitimate payment method, including a credit card or debit card, to do so.
• A recent digital image of the French citizen: The candidate must submit a recent digital picture of the French citizen.
What Is an eTA for French Citizens in New Zealand and What Does It Do?
• The New Zealand eTA is a digital visa waiver for French nationals. It permits the bearer to enter the nation without going through the tedious procedure of applying for a visa.
• The New Zealand eTA, commonly known as the NZ Electronic Travel Authority, was implemented in 2019 and is available to French nationals wanting to visit the country.
• New Zealand has an electronic travel authorization (eTA) that permits visitors from more than 190 countries, including France, to enter the nation for several short visits.
• The user of this numerous internet visa waiver can stay in New Zealand for up to three months per visit.
• The validity of this document is two years from the date of issue or until the passport to which it is attached expires.
• It’s suitable for two years from the date of issue or until the passport to which it’s attached expires.
Procedures for Obtaining a New Zealand eTA from France
People from France will need to complete a brief online application form to register for the New Zealand eTA. Any gadget with an internet connection may be used for this. Travelers will be asked for basic personal and passport information on the New Zealand eTA application form, including the following:
• Name in full
• Year of birth
• Nationality
• Information about how to contact us
• Number on the passport
• Issued/expired date
The eTA registration for French nationals includes asking about their health and criminal history and whether they intend to seek medical care while in the country. It’s a good idea to double-check the form once you’ve completed it to ensure that the information you’ve supplied is valid and error-free. New Zealand Immigration may postpone or refuse your eTA request if there are any anomalies in the application. Families visiting New Zealand should be aware that each member of the group must complete their own NZeTA registration. It will be essential to pay the New Zealand eTA charge using a valid credit or debit card to apply.
Points to remember
• You will be asked to submit your passport upon arrival in New Zealand, which must be valid for at least three months beyond your scheduled departure date.
• In addition, you’ll need a valid New Zealand visa stamped on your passport.
• If your visa says ‘number of entries: many,’ you can travel back and forth between India and New Zealand as often as you like until the ‘expiration date of travel.’
• The typical tourist visa allows you to stay in New Zealand for a maximum of 9 months during the course of an 18-month term.
• The visa for New Zealand is not extendable.
• You will be deemed an illegal immigrant and may be expelled if your visa expires while you are still in New Zealand. As a result, it is critical to have a valid New Zealand Visa at all times.

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