New Zealand Embassy Santiago, Chile

Immigration fees to increase in July

The fees that Immigration New Zealand charges for immigration services will change on 2 July 2012.

Fees will increase by an average of 16.7 percent. The increase reflects the cost of delivering immigration services. New Zealand’s fees will remain broadly comparable to competitor countries. 




Visitor/Tourism Business Visa

CL$ 67,000

US$ 140

Work to Residence visa

CL$ 146,000

US$ 300

Work Visa  - Other categories

CL$ 109,000

US$ 225

Work Visa - Family Category 
(Partners of NZ Citizen/NZ Residents)

CL$ 146,000

US$ 300

Student Visa

CL$ 109,000

US$ 225

Transit Visa

CL$ 57,000

US$ 115

Transfer of label to new passport

CL$ 43,000

US$ 90

*  Working Holiday Scheme Visa

CL$ 67,000
(Just peruvian nationals living in Chile)

US$ 140


CL$5,000 (within Chile)

US$ 40

Bank fees from Colombia/Peru


Up to US$ 70

The new fees will apply for all
 applications received in our office from 2 July onwards

Please note both the effective date and the new fees when sending in your application.

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