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According to the Zimbabwe Embassy in the US, NZ can get a multi-entry visa on arrival. Find New Zealand on the list here. You can find the prices here. Currently it says 95USD for a multi-entry visa.


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When I landed at Vic Falls the options I was given is $30USD for single entry or $45USD for double entry. The prices were the same for the Americans, Swiss and Germans I spoke to in the queue. A point to note, there was one immigration officer charging people for a double entry and placing a single entry visa in there passport and writing them a receipt for ...


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Most countries allow second passports if you have a good reason: typically acceptable reasons are conflicts with existing visas (eg. previously traveled to Israel but now need to go to Saudi), or simply frequent business travel. The case you state -- passport already in visa processing, and you now suddenly need to go for a second trip -- is actually pretty ...


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I'm a Kiwi too, and I assure you, you're totally fine to leave the airport. Evidence? Just 6 weeks ago I was flying through Sydney enroute back to NZ, and had 10 or so hours to kill. I caught the train into town, met up with a couple of friends for lunch and wandered around a bit, and then headed back to the airport. I didn't even need to collect my ...


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The easiest thing to do in this case would be apply for renewal of a passport. The UK Border Agency allows you to keep your UK visa on an old passport and use the new passport for stamping during entry/exit. At a later date, your friend can contact UKBA and have the visa transferred to his new passport so that he doesn't have to carry around two at the same ...


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There's a link as provided in the comments about Argentina Work Permits and how to apply for them. The requirements to apply for a work visa are: Labour contract with the company or institution in Argentina Birth certificate, translated into Spanish by a certified translator Marital certification, translated into Spanish by a certified translator (if an ...


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It would appear there is no official list rather an official suggestion to check with the country you are traveling to. I suggest you ask separate questions for the countries you intend on visiting.


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I don't know specifically re New Zealand, but my country will only issue ETD to get you back home (its not something you can travel with, and you'll probably need a visa for every country on the way anyway), and only if the passport was lost/stolen. Your friend didn't lose the passport, it was not stolen, and I see no reason why would a government issue him ...



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