- How hard is it to get NZ citizenship?
- How long does it take to get New Zealand citizenship?
- Can foreigners get New Zealand citizenship?
- How much does NZ citizenship cost?
- Are babies born in New Zealand automatically citizens?
- Can foreigners buy NZ property?
- What happens if I marry a New Zealand citizen?
- Can you buy residency in New Zealand?
How hard is it to get NZ citizenship?
To become a New Zealand citizen, you must have been a resident for at least 5 years and only travel out of the country for a short period of time each year. You need to have been present in New Zealand with a Resident visa for at least 1,350 days and at least 480 days in 5 years.
How long does it take to get New Zealand citizenship?
According to the website, it can take between 7 and 12 months for an application to be processed. The processing time was less than a year before December 2020. There were 21,324 applications for citizenship by the end of the year.
Can foreigners get New Zealand citizenship?
You can become a New Zealand citizen if you are an immigrant.
How much does NZ citizenship cost?
Adults aged 16 and over pay $470.20 and children aged 15 and under pay $235.10 to become a New Zealand citizen.
Are babies born in New Zealand automatically citizens?
Your children will be New Zealand citizens when they are born. When you register your baby’s birth, you also have to register your children’s citizenship. You can’t give citizenship to children who aren’t born in New Zealand. They will need to apply for New Zealand citizenship on their own.
Can foreigners buy NZ property?
Who is allowed to buy property in New Zealand? There are some exceptions to the rule that only residents and citizens can buy residential property. If you’re interested in buying property in New Zealand, you can find out on the New Zealand Now website.
What happens if I marry a New Zealand citizen?
You may be granted a permanent resident visa if your partner is a New Zealand citizen and you have been living together in another country for at least 5 years. When you apply, your partner will need to be overseas or in New Zealand for less than three months.
Can you buy residency in New Zealand?
If you invest between 3 million and 10 million for an Investor 2 resident visa and keep your investments in New Zealand for at least four and three years, you can get a New Zealand residence.