Visa Notes & Fees
Passport: Original Passport with validity of minimum six months and minimum two blank page for visa stamp.
a) Copy of visas being travelled previously.
b) Copy of first and last page of the passport.
c) Attach all your old passports (if any)
Note: Handwritten passports will not be accepted.
- New Zealand Visa application form: One visa application form duly filled and signed.
Following form also need to be duly filled, signed and submitted along with the application
a) Family Form
b) Form 1189 (If Applicant is travelling less than six months and trip is self/company sponsored)
c) Form 1025 (If Sponsored by New Zealand citizen)
- Photo Specification: Two recent passport size photographs with matt or semi matt finish, 60%-80% face coverage, white background and without border (Size: 35mm x 45mm)
Please note: Photograph should not be more than 3 months old, scanned/stapled and should not be used in any of the previous visas
- Covering-Letter from applicant on business letter head mentioning name, designation, passport number, purpose and duration of visit in brief. The letter should be duly signed by authorized signatory with company stamp and addressed to – The Visa Officer, Immigration New Zealand, New Delhi.
Please Note: Covering-Letter on Letterhead if applicant is Self Employed or on plain paper if Employed .
- If Visiting Family/Relative:
Original Sponsoring Form, completed by your sponsor in New Zealand, along with evidence your sponsor has supplied of their ability to support you while you are in New Zealand.
If Visiting for Honeymoon: Following documents has to be submitted along with the visa application.
a) NOC letter from parents.
b) Original wedding card.
c) Original engagement photos (5-10 in number).
a) Personal ITR for last 3yrs
b) Three months salary slip
c) Personal Bank Statement for last six months mentioning the Bank’s name, Bank’s Telephone Number clearly
d) Credit Card copy/Foreign Exchange endorsement/Traveler’s Cheque
e) Original NOC from company
If Self Employed
a) Personal & Company ITR for last 3yrs
b) Personal & Company Bank Statement for last six months mentioning the Bank’s name, Bank’s Telephone Number clearly
c) Credit Card copy/Foreign Exchange endorsement/Traveler’s Cheque
- Proof of Occupation: For First Time Traveler (Following documents apart from the above mentioned documents need to be submitted along with the application)
If Self Employed
a) Company Registration Certificate / Certificate of Incorporation
b) Brief Company Profile
c) Articles of Memorandum (Incase the applicant is MD/Director)
d) Proof of Proprietorship / Partnership (In case applicant is Proprietor / Partner in a firm)
e) Import / Export License (if applicable)
a) Copy of Academic certificates
b) Copy of Appointment Letter which should contain the date of Joining, Designation and the Salary drawn.
c) Previous working history
a) Leave Sanction Letter, School ID Card and NOC from school mentioning the dates of trip
If you are under 18, you must also submit
a) If you are travelling alone – A consent letter signed by both parents in support of the visit.
For Individuals travelling alone
a) A Consent letter in support of visit from spouse.
- Hotel booking: Hotel Confirmation, Tour itinerary and Tour Confirmation
- Airline Reservation: Ticket Itinerary
- Note: All documents are required to be notarized or certified photocopies. These documents include Bank statement, birth or marriage certificates, education certificates etc.
- Checklist: New Zealand tourist checklist to be duly filled and signed by the applicant and has to be attached with the application form.
- Please Note: UIPL is only assisting you with the filing of application with TT Services and we are not interfering in any of the Immigration requirements or applying immigration instructions or law to a particular person or situation. We are only assisting in filing of your application as per requirements available on Immigration New Zealand Website. As an applicant, you need to take your own decision with regards to a particular Visa Category based on your purpose of travel. We suggest you to approach a Licensed Immigration Advisor in this regards.
All immigration advisers must be licensed with the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) unless they are exempt and New Zealand Immigration may refuse to process your application if you have received advice from an unlicensed immigration adviser.
To get more information on licensed advisers and exemptions, kindly log on to http://www.iaa.govt.nz.