From 1 October 2019, you will not be allowed to travel to New Zealand if you do not have a visa or an NZeTA(external link).
Immigration New Zealand(external link) (INZ) is the government agency responsible for establishing New Zealand immigration policies.
In general, you will need a visa if you wish to:
- NZeTA(external link)
- visit as a tourist(external link)
- work temporarily(external link)
- have a working holiday(external link)
- reside permanently(external link)
- study(external link)
The Immigration New Zealand(external link) website provides comprehensive information in English about visa requirements when coming to New Zealand including information on:
- Forms and guides(external link)
- Fees(external link)
- Doctors for immigration medicals(external link)
- Where to lodge your application(external link)
- Visa-free countries(external link)
- You MUST request a NZeTA(external link)
Visa free for short visits
From 1 October 2019, if you are from a visa waiver country you must hold an NZeTA(external link) before you travel.
As Brazil has a visa waiver agreement with New Zealand, Brazilian passport holders can visit New Zealand for tourism purposes without a visitor visa for up to three months. Requirements for visa-free entry to New Zealand are:
- must request your NZeTA(external link)
- return or onward air ticket for a date within the three-month period
- evidence of sufficient funds for the visit
- a passport valid for at least three months beyond the planned departure date from New Zealand.
Where to apply and find more information
Applications for visas to New Zealand from Brazil and related enquiries should be made to:
Visa Application Centre Washington DC
Address: 1120 19th Street NW, Suite No. 415, Washington, DC. 20036
Phone: +1 202 223 3400
Fax: +1 202 223 3900
Office hours: 9.00am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday (Washington Time)
Call Centre hours: 9.00am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday (Washington Time)