Welcome to the Consulate of Mongolia in

New Zealand 

Our role is to:

  • Help Mongolian citizens facing difficulties in New Zealand

  • Encourage New Zealanders to visit, invest, work, trade, and engage scientifically and culturally with Mongolia

  • Issue visas to anyone wishing to visit Mongolia for tourism, business and other legitimate purposes

 

The Consulate is not able to assist New Zealanders in Mongolia. New Zealanders in Mongolia needing assistance should contact New Zealand's Honorary-Consul in Ulaanbaatar, Munkhbat Chuluun, +976 9999 7795, the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing or, finally, if urgent assistance is required, the UK Embassy in Ulaanbaatar.

VISA APPLICATIONS

Please print and read the Visa Checklist and Application Form

 

All nationals of New Zealand, Australia, South Pacific nations and most other countries must obtain a visa to visit Mongolia. 

The Consulate can issue visas to other passport holders from all countries that require them. 

We offer two visas services:

 

1) Same-day (or overnight) service. Note: extra fees will apply 

2) One week service 

 

Fees must be paid before a visa will be processed. 

To apply for a visa, please print out and fill in the Visa Checklist and Application Form and follow the instructions.

Should you have any questions about this process, please refer in the first instance to the FAQs. If these do not answer your questions, please email help@mongoliaconsulate.org.nz

 
 

ABOUT MONGOLIA

From five-star shopping in the capital, to dinosaur fossil hunting in the Gobi, to the most remote adventure destinations in the world, Mongolia has it all.

 

Once a Soviet satellite, Mongolia has embraced the world since its democratic revolution in 1990.

 

Today it is one of the world’s fastest growing economies but still with the lowest population density on earth.

 

Businesspeople come to Mongolia to invest and work in a dynamic and growing commercial environment, rich in natural resources, underpinned by a strong democracy, independent judiciary and strong global banks.

 

Tourists come to enjoy Mongolia's unique Naadam and Eagle festivals, its first-world shopping and entertainment options, and to explore a remote land, the same size as Western Europe, but with just three million people, one million of whom are nomadic herders. Whether in the Gobi desert, on the steppe, or the lakes, glaciers and mountains, locals will always genuinely welcome a visitor to stay - from Marco Polo in the 13th century to you today.

 

In Ulaanbaatar, world-class schools and hospitals make Mongolia a place for families.

 

Once history’s largest and most powerful empire under Khans like Genghis and Kublai, Mongolia has good relations with its neighbours Russia and China, with Japan, Korea, the United States and Europe, and with all the countries of the world.

 

CONTACT

Mongolian citizens in New Zealand 

Mongolian citizens in New Zealand needing assistance, should contact us via email on help@mongoliaconsulate.org.nz

In the case of emergency, call +64 21 766 031.  The phone number for emergency services (police and ambulance) in New Zealand is 111

Office

Visa Application 

Honorary Consulate of Mongolia

P O Box 99-126

Newmarket

Auckland 1149
NEW ZEALAND

 

help@mongoliaconsulate.org.nz

Tel: +64 21 766 031

Please phone to make an appointment

New Zealand citizens in Mongolia

The Consulate is not able to assist New Zealanders in Mongolia. New Zealanders in Mongolia needing assistance should contact New Zealand's Honorary-Consul in Ulaanbaatar, Munkhbat Chuluun, +976 9999 7795, the New Zealand Embassy in Beijing or, finally, if urgent assistance is required, the UK Embassy in Ulaanbaatar.

 

© 2019 by Honorary Consulate of Mongolia NZ  

Ger & goats on the Mongolia steppe

Enjoy the ultimate peace and tranquility staying in a traditional ger with a local family or on your own. No phones, no noise, no distractions.