The IVL is a $35 NZD tax required for most visitor visas.
The New Zealand government uses the IVL to improve infrastructure and sustainability projects in the country’s touristic attractions. It was implemented because of the growing number of visitors New Zealand has had in the last few years.
There are some exceptions for specific countries and visa types. This means that you won’t be required to pay the IVL if you:
If you are required to pay an IVL, Immigration NZ will let you know at the time of applying for your visa or NZeTA.
You will need to pay the IVL before you arrive in New Zealand.
If the reason for your visit to New Zealand is to move and work in the country, ask our Licensed Immigration Advisers and Job Search Coaches for a Free Assessment on your migration options.
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