Foreign media representatives considering participating in this appointment in the United States are not eligible because the purpose of their stay is not considered a “business”. These professionals must obtain a visa for non-immigrant media (I). Anyone who is not a New Zealand citizen can only travel to New Zealand if they have a valid visa or if they are a person subject to the visa exemption.  The new ETIAS electronic travel authorization will allow New Zealanders to enter all of the aforementioned countries as well as the freedom to travel among themselves. The European visa exemption allows travellers to stay in the territory for up to 90 days within 180 days. It is a multi-entry travel document, which means that as long as a citizen does not exceed the 90 days provided within 180 days, he can enter and leave all Member States as many times as he deems appropriate. Work leave visas (opening in a new window) are available for young people aged 18 to 30 (but 18-35 for some nationalities). They allow you to travel and work in New Zealand for up to 12 months or 23 months if you are from the UK. To apply, you must comply with the visa requirement and have: Norway allows New Zealand citizens qualified as skilled workers to stay in the country for up to 6 months, without a visa, to seek employment as a skilled worker or specialist (except as a religious leader/teacher or ethnic cook) as long as they register with the police within 3 months of arriving in Norway.
 Currently, New Zealand passport holders wishing to travel to Europe can visit and circulate all Schengen countries without having to apply for a European visa. NZ nationals are allowed to travel to all Member States for short-term stays by presenting their valid passport to immigration authorities upon arrival. This is because the island state is part of the European visa programme. The visa exemption applies when visitors intend to stay for three months or less or visit for six months or less and are British citizens. ESTA was established in 2009 to streamline the processing of visa waiver applications and provide U.S. Customs and Border Services and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with the ability to check travellers in front of numerous no-fly databases, criminal lists and terrorist lists. Thus, since 2009, New Zealand citizens must obtain an approved esta application to enter the United States. However, in the event that a New Zealand national is not admitted to the ESTA or wishes to travel to the United States for more than 90 days or for travel purposes other than those authorized to the ESTA, the holder of the New Zealand passport should apply for the corresponding U.S. visa.
Travellers who do not meet the above requirements must apply for a visa and cannot use the VWP. If they attempt to travel without a visa, they may be denied entry to the United States. In particular, a visa must be requested if the traveller: Iran refuses entry to passport holders containing an Israeli visa or an Israeli stamp who are less than 12 months old. In addition, there are exceptions for transit passengers arriving and departing at Auckland International Airport, business visitor visa holders and APEC Business Travel card holders. Visa applicants are not required to pay the LVI. Having a visa or a visa exemption does not allow a person to enter New Zealand himself: it only entitles the person to travel to New Zealand and apply for an entry permit.   A person must be granted permission to enter New Zealand to allow that person to enter New Zealand; This is usually done by an immigration officer at the border. Refusal of entry authorization results in automatic cancellation of the visa and payment of the person for rotation when the person arrives at the border.  While most foreigners must apply for and obtain a permit to enter the border, holders of a d