If you are a Malaysian citizen or a Danish citizen and are looking to visit New Zealand or Denmark for tourism, work, study or family reasons, then you need to apply for a visa. The process of applying for a visa can be time-consuming and confusing, so we have put together this guide on how to apply for a New Zealand visa and a Danish visa.
What is a New Zealand Visa?
New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It is made up of 66 islands, and its capital city is Wellington. New Zealand is known for its stunning natural beauty, with mountain ranges, volcanoes, and stunning coastal views. NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR MALAYSIAN CITIZENS
New Zealand citizens can travel to Australia and the United Kingdom without a visa, but they need to apply for a New Zealand Visa if they want to visit other countries in the Schengen Area. A New Zealand ETA (Entry To Australia) visa costs $140 AUD, while a Danish ETA (Entry To Denmark) visa costs $80 DKK. The application process is straightforward; you will need your passport photo, two copies of your passport page containing your visa application information, and the appropriate visa fee. You can apply online or at any Australian or Danish embassy or consulate.
How to Apply for a New Zealand Visa
If you are planning to visit New Zealand, or if you are a New Zealander who wants to visit Denmark, read on for information on how to apply for a visa.
Visiting Denmark? Check out our guide on how to apply for a Danish visa! Visiting New Zealand? Here’s what you need to know about obtaining a New Zealand visa.
To apply for a New Zealand visa, you will first need to gather the following information:
– Your passport photos (2)
– Your passport validity date
– Proof of financial support (if required)
– A letter of invitation from either your employer or a representative from an organisation in your home country/region
– Proof that you have enough money for your stay in New Zealand – NZ$500 per person, NZ$1,000 per couple (or equivalent), and any additional expenses that may occur while in the country (e.g. medical bills) NEW ZEALAND VISA FOR DANISH CITIZENS
Danish Visa Requirements
If you are a foreigner wishing to travel to New Zealand, your first step is to obtain a visa.
As of 1 January 2017, New Zealand now requires all visitors, including citizens of Denmark, to hold a visa if they intend on staying in the country for more than three months.
However, holders of a valid New Zealand visa can still stay in the country for up to six months without having to renew their visa.
Below we outline the steps necessary for applying for either a Danish or New Zealand visa:
1) Start by booking your airline tickets and making sure you have the correct documents with you when traveling.
Both Denmark and New Zealand require passports valid for at least six months after your planned departure from the country. In addition, both countries require a valid passport-sized photo that has been taken within the last six months.
You may also be required to present other documents depending on your specific case; consult your local consulate or embassy for more information.
2) Once you’re ready to apply for your visa, head over to your nearest embassy or consulate and complete an application form.
Depending on which country you are applying from, some requirements will be slightly different (see below). However, most applicants will need to provide their name, date of birth, passport number and proof of travel arrangements (i.e. airline tickets).