Bolivia Visa for Chinese citizen living in Singapore

by Bertrand
(Singapore, Singapore)

Hello BoliviaBella, My wife and I are planning to travel to Bolivia in the next couple of months. She is holding a China passport, I'm holding a French passport and we both work and live in Singapore.

There is no Bolivia consulate in Singapore or anywhere near in South East Asia. We are planning to fly to Peru first and then enter Bolivia via the road.

What do you suggest us to do to get a visa for my Chinese wife?

Thank you very much in advance
Kind regards


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Aug 05, 2012
French don't need a visa, Chinese must obtain one prior to arrival
by: Anonymous

According to the Bolivian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website France is in Group I (citizens of France do not require a visa to enter Bolivia).

According to the same website, China is in Group III (citizens of China must obtain a visa prior to arrival).

They do not take into account which country you are coming from (in your case, Singapore). What they base the visa on, is the country of your passport.

Read this for what to do if there is no consulate of Bolivia in your country.

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