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Visas

Types and their purposes in New Zealand

Visitor/Tourist

There is a partial exemption agreement between Brazil and New Zealand that allows the Brazilian visitor to spend up to 3 months (from the date of arrival to the date of departure) in New Zealand without the need to issue a Visitor Visa (Visitor Visa ) before your arrival. see the  official page of Itamaraty  and the  official immigration page on VISA WAIVER .

The visa exemption for Brazilians has the purpose of not requiring an entry visa for those who wish to:

  • Staying in New Zealand for up to 3 months as a tourist or student;

  • Remaining in New Zealand for up to 3 months for business reasons (only meetings, lectures, conferences, interviews, etc.), being prohibited paid work and also the closing of an employment contract during this period;

  • And that he was not previously refused entry, a visa denied, or became illegal in the country.

Work visa

People who wish to work in New Zealand are required to apply for a work visa, within or outside New Zealand. And for that it is necessary to apply for a visa, called Work Visa.

There are several types of Work Visa, but in general to apply for this visa it is necessary to apply online directly on the immigration website, here:  www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa

Student visa

For people wishing to study in New Zealand for a period longer than 3 months, it is necessary to apply for a student visa before arriving in New Zealand.

general information student visa

To apply for this visa, it is necessary to apply online directly on the immigration website, here:  www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa

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