New Zealand Embassy Madrid, Spain

How to apply for a visit visa

Visit Visas for Spanish citizens

If you are a Spanish citizen, you may visit New Zealand for up to three months. However on arrival in New Zealand you must:

  • hold a valid return or outward ticket to a country where you have the right of entry
  • be able to show that you have sufficient money to support yourself during your stay (minimum $NZ3000/Eur1500)(ie, cash, credit cards or travellers cheques)
  • hold a passport valid for three months past the date you plan to leave New Zealand
  • only visit for the length of time granted on arrival.

Short term business visitors should contact the Visa Application Centre London Branch for more information.

If you are a Spanish citizen and you intend to visit New Zealand for three to nine months, you will need to apply for a Visit Visa before you depart.

Processing time: Please check with the London Branch of the New Zealand Immigration Service.

You can check the requirements and download the Visit Visa application form from the New Zealand Immigration Service website.

You should deliver your completed application form and other documents to:

New Zealand Visa Application Centre
TT Visa Services Ltd
Burwood House
14-16 Caxton Street
Phone: +4+44 203 582 7499

Travel Insurance

All travellers to New Zealand should purchase their own travel insurance. If you are injured in an accident in New Zealand, you may need the help of ACC, the Accident Compensation Commission. ACC injury cover is not an alternative to travel, medical or income protection insurance. ACC does not cover illness or reimburse you for loss of income or treatment costs in your home country. For more information, visit the website of the Accident Compensation Commission.

Visit Visas for all other citizens

Information on Visit Visa requirements for all other citizens is available from the New Zealand Immigration Service website.

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