As a citizen of Romania, your visit to New Zealand can expose you to some of the most beautiful and geographically diverse landscapes out there, like Piha Beach, famous for surfing. The Lion Rock as a volcanic monolith with a war memorial and unique Maori carvings; Wai-O-Tapu is notable for its showcase of colorful spring, champagne pools, the fluorescent-green Devil's Bath and the bubbling mud pools; Whakapapa, the largest skifield for skiing; Legendary black for water rafting, Kawarau Gorge and Suspension Bridge for bungee jumping, Tunnel Beach for everyday musical and sporting events.

New Zealand is a developed country. It is given high ranking for the quality of life, education, health, economic freedom, and protection of civil liberties. There are many beautiful modern cities like Auckland and Wellington, where you can find all comfort. There are many hotels, winter resorts, casinos, parks. New Zealand is also famous for its wines and delicious food, which is found only in New Zealand. Therefore there is plenty of action and events that can allure anyone to visit New Zealand once.

Since 1st October 2019, the government of New Zealand has announced to make 60 countries, including Romania, as visa-exempt countries whose citizens don't have to obtain a tourist or transit visa to travel New Zealand for tourism or business purposes up to 90 days. It is compulsory to get an approved eTA (Electronic Travel Authority) to enter New Zealand. Citizens can apply an application for eTA online through mobile from their country.

Do the Romanian citizens require obtaining an New Zealand eTA?

Romania is one of the visa-exempt countries, so the Romanian citizens have to obtain an approved New Zealand eTA to cross the Border Security checking. An eTA is mandatory for all Romanian citizens to travel New Zealand for short term trips up to three months without a tourist or transit visa. An eTA is also required for those who want to enter through Auckland. When approved, it is automatically linked to the traveler's passport. The New Zealand eTA also eliminates the requirement of visa stamps on Border Security.

The travelers traveling along with their family members are required to give the passport details of each member, and the travelers flying with their other family members or minors are required to apply the New Zealand eTA application, particularly for each member.

Cruise passengers are required to obtain a valid New Zealand eTA just like Romanian travelers arriving in New Zealand by air. However, crew members need to apply for a particular eTA, separate from that of tourists. These workers should contact their employer for assistance.

Travelers should have good health when applying NZeTA. Applicants are asked whether they are traveling to New Zealand to receive medical treatment or consultation. If you are in this situation, you have to apply for a Medical Treatment Visitor Visa instead.

What are the required documents to apply for online New Zealand eTA from Romania?

The Romanian citizens are required to obtain the New Zealand eTA for traveling to New Zealand for tourism or business purposes up to three consecutive months. To get an eTA for New Zealand, they need to apply an online application form for eTA from Romania. The applicants must give correct details to obtain an approved New Zealand eTA. Before applying the application, the applicants must meet with the following requirements-

- The citizen's passport is remaining valid for at least three months after the extended exit date from New Zealand.

- The New Zealand eTA application form must be filled correctly.

- The citizen's valid credit or debit card to pay the online application and IVL fees

- A current email address to receive the approved eTA visa waiver.

- The citizen with dual citizenship must give the passport detail with which he is intended to travel.

- Travelers visiting with family members must give every member passport details in the eTA application, and travelers traveling with other family members must apply an eTA individually for each member.

IVL is a small payment that is used for protecting the environment and developing the infrastructure of New Zealand.

The following essential details must be filled correctly and carefully for the approval of the application form. Any wrong detail can lead to delay or rejection.

How can the Romanian citizens apply an application for the NZeTA from Romania?

The citizens of Romania can quickly obtain and apply an online New Zealand eTA application form using their Smartphone, personal computer, or tablet from their home or office within 10 minutes. To avoid inaccuracy while applying the mentioned details are required to keep along with them. After obtaining an application fill the following information carefully-

- Personal details – Full name, date of birth, address, family details (if traveling with family)

- Passport details – Passport number, nationality, expiry date

- Health-related information – Intention of receiving medical treatment or consultation in New Zealand

- Travel plans – Hotels, dates of arrival and departure

- Security details – History of criminal convictions.

- An email address to receive the approved eTA

After entering the following data in the online eTA application form and pay the application fee and associate tourist levy (IVL) using a debit or a credit card, the initial application is completed. In a few days, the New Zealand eTA application would be processed and approved.

The travelers are suggested to apply an New Zealand eTA application before their departure prior to three days that it gets sufficient time for processing.

How long does it take to get an New Zealand eTA from Romania?

It takes only ten minutes to apply and submit the New Zealand eTA form and paying the application fee and IVL fees. It takes one to three working days to respond from the government of New Zealand. When approved, the New Zealand eTA will be sent in PDF format to the given email address. The travelers must have a print out of the approved NZeTA together with the passport of eTA before traveling to New Zealand.

The traveler who has dual citizenship needs to travel with the same passport, of which details are filled in the application form.