No no. Currently, New Zealand nationals are allowed to enter the European Union without a visa. If ETIAS is fully operational by the end of 2022, NZ holders can continue to enter the EU without a visa, but must register online for an ETIAS before their trip. New Zealanders travelling to the Schengen area with an ETIAS can participate in events such as a congress or a short workshop. However, etIAS visa-free conditions clearly state that the holder can only travel, transit or business for travel, transit or business purposes. Before you travel to a country, you need to know the basic facts. New Zealand is a small country of similar size to Great Britain or Japan. With a population of just over 4 million people, it is beautifully unoccupied. Learn more about New Zealand www.newzealand.com/int/facts here. Hungary allows New Zealand nationals who wish to stay more than 90 days in the country to apply for a residence card from the Regional Directorate of the Office of Immigration and Nationality within 90 days of their arrival and do not need to obtain a residence permit before arriving in Hungary (unlike most other third-country and Swiss nationals).
 Family members (who are not New Zealand nationals) accompanying New Zealand nationals may apply for a residence permit after arriving in Hungary.  For example, if a New Zealand national wishes to settle in Hungary with her husband and daughter (both Of Whom are British and non-New Zealand citizens), all three may apply for a Hungarian residence permit after their arrival in Hungary (although the husband and daughter are required to apply for a Schengen visa before travelling to Hungary). NB: The Cook and Niue Islands are not NZ-dependent areas, they are in free association with New Zealand Many countries have contracts that allow their citizens to enter New Zealand without first applying for a visitor visa. Citizens of these countries must continue to meet certain entry requirements and, upon arrival, complete a new Zealand passenger arrival card (available at all New Zealand airports). Once these steps are complete, they can be issued a visitor visa allowing them to stay in New Zealand for up to 3 months (6 months for UK citizens). The full list of countries with visa exemption in New Zealand is available below. Citizens of the following countries can benefit from New Zealand`s visa-free programme: the Netherlands exempts New Zealand citizens from the requirement: to obtain a Schengen “D” visa (the long-term residence visa in the Netherlands of more than 90 days, known as the “MVV” visa in Dutch) – an exemption that goes beyond the visa exemption granted to most other non-EEA and non-Swiss nationals, who generally receive only a maximum of 90 days of exemption over a 180-day period.  For more information, see: www.mpi.govt.nz/travel-and-recreation/arriving-in-new-zealand/items-to-declare.
The exemption from the ETIAS visa requirement for New Zealanders is valid for a total of 3 years from the date of authorisation and allows unlimited entry into the Schengen area. The EU visa exemption is electronically linked to a citizen`s passport, in particular the passport used in the application process.