Pakistan eVisa Requirements for New Zealand Citizens

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New Zealand passport holders visiting Pakistan for reasons of tourism can apply for a Pakistan eVisa online.

Travelers from NZ can benefit from this online visa system that grants entry to Pakistan by filling out a simple, straightforward application form.

To gain entry to the country of Pakistan as a New Zealand national you are required to follow the Pakistan eVisa requirements for New Zealand citizens.

What Is the Pakistani eVisa for NZ Nationals?

The Pakistan tourist eVisa is an electronic travel authorization designed for New Zealand nationals traveling to Pakistan for tourism purposes.

It permits the holder a single entry to Pakistan for a stay of up to 3 months. This means that, once you exit the country’s borders, your visa will expire and you will require a new eVisa to re-enter Pakistan.

In the specific case of New Zealanders, they can also choose to apply for a double-entry visa when visiting Pakistan.

NZ visitors can extend the Pakistani eVisa when they are in the country for up to 6 months.

New Zealand citizens traveling to Pakistan for purposes other than tourism, such as business, work, or study, are required to contact the Pakistani embassy in Wellington.

How to Apply for a Pakistan eVisa as a New Zealand National

As the application process for a Pakistan eVisa takes place entirely online, it is extremely straightforward and takes minutes to submit for processing. This means you are not required to visit an embassy or consulate and spend time queuing to secure a visa.

NZ visitors only need to complete a short number of fields with information such as the following:

  • Personal data: full name, birth date and place, nationality
  • Contact details: email address, home address, phone number
  • Passport information: number, issuance date, expiry date, country of issuance

Once you have submitted your eVisa application it cannot be changed or edited, so it is advised that you check the form carefully for errors before submitting, as any mistakes could result in delays processing your application.

After completing the form, applicants from the New Zealand must use a credit or debit card to pay the Pakistan processing fee. Once this step is done, you can submit the request.

It is advised that you consult the regulations and rules regarding the visa policy for Pakistan and the various types of visas available for New Zealander nationals planning to travel to Pakistan.

How Will I Receive My Pakistan eVisa as a New Zealand National

Your approved Pakistan tourist eVisa will be electronically linked to your New Zealand passport, and a copy will be emailed as an attachment to the address on your application.

Pakistan tourist eVisas are usually processed in 10 business days. This can take longer during busy periods, so ensure you allow enough time for processing before traveling.

You should bring a printed-out copy of your approved Pakistan eVisa to Pakistan in case border officials need to inspect it.

On arrival in the country, border officials will ask to inspect the passport used to apply for your eVisa. Travelers from NZ with dual nationality should check they bring the correct passport.

Pakistan eVisa Requirements for New Zealand Citizens

New Zealand nationals visiting Pakistan are advised to consult the visa requirements for New Zealand citizens before submitting your Pakistan eVisa application form.

To apply for a Pakistan eVisa, New Zealand passport holders require the following documents and information:

  • A valid and up-to-date New Zealand passport
  • A passport-style photograph of the NZ passport holder
  • Evidence of your accommodation arrangements in Pakistan
  • A credit or debit card with sufficient funds to pay the Pakistan eVisa processing fee
  • An email address. This is the email address where the approved Pakistan eVisa will be sent as an attachment, as well as linking electronically to your passport.

Applicants from New Zealand must also answer questions related to their passports (passport numbe, issuance and expiry date), and other basic personal data (full name and date of birth), and certain health and security-related information. You may also be asked additional questions regarding your travel details to Pakistan.

Travel to Pakistan from New Zealand

There are two key documents that New Zealanders must have at hand when arriving in Pakistan: their NZ passport and their approved Pakistan eVisa.

While the passport must be valid at the time of entry, and for the entirety of their stay in the country, the visa is usually presented in print format (although you can also have a digital version on your electronic device).

Please remember that the NZ passport used during the trip must be the same used during the Pakistani eVisa application process. Both the passport and the online visa are digitally linked.

The Pakistan eVisa authorizes expedited entry to Pakistan to NZ citizens through all major international airports, as well as sea and road ports, and border crossings.

Application Steps

STEP 1
Complete online application
STEP 2
Confirm Payment
STEP 3
Receive approved Visa
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