New zealand citizen need visa to work in us?
Yes you do; contact the United States consulate in Auckland on (09) 303 2724.
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What are the visa requirements for a New Zealand Citizen who is a permanent resident of Canada for entering the US for tourism or transit?
As a citizen of New Zealand, you will not need a visa to enter us for visiting or transiting. You need a valid passport (as usual) and perhaps your birth certificate.
it depends what country you hold citizenship or permanent residency in. If you are a New Zealand or Australian citizen or permanent citizen, you can usually entervisa-free and… stay indefinitely, as well as work and study. If you are from the UK, you can usually enter New Zealand visa-free for six months, as long as you don't work at all and you don't study for longer than 3 months. For the following countries, it is the same as the UK, except you only get three months: Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Uruguay, Vatican City For all other countries, if you want to work or study in New Zealand, or you have any criminal convictions or have been deported from any country, you will need to apply for a visa: contact your nearest New Zealand embassy. .
No. A visitors permit will be given on arrival in New Zealand. The US and New Zealand have a mutual agreement to allow visits up to 6 months without a visa as long as you don'…t have a criminal conviction and don't intend to seek paid employment.
as far as i know, and i am norwegian and has been working at the airport in Bergen for some years, nobody needs visa for Norway. At least not Americans... you can stay until 3… months ;)
\nU.S. citizens are too lazy too work in Mexico. Besides, there aren't Burger Kings on every corner, they would die.
Having a "green card" from the United States will allow you to enter the US if you leave. It has nothing to do with access to other countries. Whether or not you will need …a visa to travel to New Zealand depends on the country from which you have your passport.
Yes. Australian citizens can live and work in New Zealand as long as they like as long as you don't have a criminal record (minor convictions excepted). There are a few except…ions like joining the Police or Army where you have to be a citizen or permanent resident.
They are separate nations, so a visa is required.
You can get all the info you need from www.immigration.govt.nz it will you advise you what you need including fees etc.
No, not for a visit. You can stay for 3 months without a visa (can be extended to 6 months). The usual restrictions apply. You cannot work for pay and you musn't have a crimin…al conviction that resulted in jail time.
It is best to assume you need a visa to visit any country of which you are nota citizen, but US citizens do not need a visa to visit Canada, the EU and some Caribbean countrie…s, among others. When visiting purely as a tourist, the list is longer; when visiting for work, the list can be shorter.
In New Zealand
Yes. Both are widely accepted. You may occasionally be asked for proof of ID.
If you are immigrating to any country, you need a visa (green card) to immigrate into that country. Glad to help