11th WA-Summit 2021 – General Information
The Opening and Welcome Reception of our next WA-Summit will be in May 2021, date to be confirmed, and is expected to be held at Cliftons in Willis Street, Wellington. The facilitated discussions are to be held at the Abel Tasman Mercure Hotel, Willis Street, in Wellington New Zealand. See the Abel Tasman fact sheet.
Please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org for negotiated room rates and the code required to access these. These rates will be available in early 2021
The World Administrators’ Summit is a 2 day working session, not a conference. Only formal country Delegates may attend the WA-Summit and each country may have up to three (3) Delegates. All Delegates must have completed a Delegate Credentialing Form and been accepted as a Delegate by the Advisory Council prior to attending the summit.
This is your event and your chance to participate in shaping your profession throughout the world and for the future. We appreciate your input on discussion topics (you can now read the Interim Agenda) and your views through surveys and online engagement enabling the summit discussions to take place meaningfully.
Visa Information for entering New Zealand
Not all countries are eligible to enter New Zealand with only the online electronic visa (NZeTA). Those countries not eligible will need an actual physical visa.
Each Delegate is responsible for obtaining their own entry visa. However, the Advisory Council will, on your request and once you have completed your Delegate Credentialing form, provide a letter of invitation to attend the WA-Summit in New Zealand, if one is required.
If you require a visa be sure to start the visa application process early so you have sufficient time to complete the process. If you require a visa we strongly recommend that you complete your Delegate Credentialing form and request your letter of invitation as soon as possible. In some cases, your passport may need to be sent away to the nearest New Zealand Embassy for the visa to be entered.
Using this link NZ Immigration visit their website, where you can navigate through to find out what is required for you to enter New Zealand.
List of visa waiver countries and territories, most of whom do not require a physical visa to enter New Zealand, but ALL travelers require a NZeTA
Estonia — citizens only
Hong Kong — residents with HKSAR or British National–Overseas passports only
Korea — South
Latvia — citizens only
Lithuania — citizens only
|Macau — only if you have a Macau Special Administrative Region passport|
Portugal — if you have the right to live permanently in Portugal
Taiwan — if you are a permanent resident
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom — if you have the right to reside permanently in the United Kingdom
United States of America — including USA nationals