New Zealand Embassy & Mission to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

Visa applications are no longer processed by the New Zealand Embassy in Brussels

Change to receiving office for visas in Western Europe

From 10 December 2012, the New Zealand Embassy in Brussels will no longer receive and process visa applications on behalf of Immigration New Zealand. All applications that were previously received by these Embassies should be sent by mail or courier to the Immigration New Zealand Visa Application Centre (VAC) in London.

How do you obtain visa applications forms?

All visa applications can be forwarded from the website

Alternatively the VAC can email application forms to you

Applications can be submitted to the London VAC by mail or by courier.  If you reside in Western Europe you may choose, where possible, to provide a prepaid courier pack for the return of your passport, or alternatively pay for this service to be arranged by VAC.

Please refer to for further information on courier services.

Contact details

New Zealand Visa Application Centre

TT Visa Services Ltd
2nd Floor
Mimet House
5A Praed Street
London, W2 1NJ

Phone: +44 203 582 7499
Fax: +44 207 262 2316

Lodging your application

Please refer to for information on how to lodge your visa application.


The VAC will charge a visa service fee for each application. This fee is £24 and should be submitted along with the relevant visa application fee.

How can fees be paid?

All fees are to be paid in pounds.

Methods of Payment:

Please refer to the TTS website, for details about payment methods.

How quickly will your visa be processed:

To assist with a timely decision on your visa application, please ensure that you submit all required documentation.

Upon receipt of your completed application, we will endeavour to decide your application within 10 working days. Your case officer will contact you if these timeframes are unable to be met or if further information is required in order to make a decision on your application.


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