New Zealand Embassy Madrid, Spain

The New Zealand Embassy in Madrid will no longer issue Visas from and including 17 May 2010

From and including 17 May 2010 the New Zealand Embassy in Madrid will no longer process New Zealand visas (student, work and visitor (for longer than 3 months)).

All visa applicants must, from 17 May, apply to the Immigration New Zealand Branch in London. Information on New Zealand visas is available on the New Zealand Immigration website.

Applications can also be downloaded from this website. Applicants should pay close attention to the instructions provided with visa applications and ensure that all required documentation is included with the visa application before sending it to London.

Further information on how to apply for a New Zealand visa through London is available at the website www.immigration.govt.nz/london.

The Immigration New Zealand London Branch can be contacted via the immigration website contacts page or via the London Call Centre. For contact details please see the Immigration website

For information on how to pay for visas please see the website www.immigration.govt.nz/fees.

Visa applications received by courier or mail at the New Zealand Embassy Madrid from 17 May will be returned to the applicant for sending to London.

Please note that New Zealand also has a visa free arrangement with Spain for Spanish nationals visiting New Zealand for less than 3 months and who can show a return ticket and have the funds to support themselves in New Zealand for the period of their stay.

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