UK citizen married to Bolivian citizen. Do I get automatic residency?
I'm a UK citizen and I'm married to a Bolivian man, we married in Bolivia and have 2 children. I've been told that I should be entitled to automatic residency when we decide to go back to live Bolivia, is this true? My children already have dual nationality.
Visa question for marriage in Bolivia
Hi. I'm from the UK and am hoping to marry my Bolivian boyfriend in Bolivia next year and know a bit about most of the paperwork that will be required.
However, how does he go about writing a letter inviting me to marry him? I mean what sort of thing does he have to say in it?
If anyone can help i'd be grateful as starting to stress. Thanks.
How can i bring my bolivian girlfriend to the uk to marry her?
by mason macci
(swansea south wales)
Hi my name is mason, my girlfriend is a Bolivian and i am a british citizen we are trying to find out how we can get her here so we can marry, recently i have sustained an accident in work,that has left me unable to work. my girlfriend intends to come here to care for me, but we can not find out what it takes to complete the transfer from her country to the uk,could you please advise. thank you.
What are the requirements for getting married in Bolivia?
Hi I met a fantastic person who I fell deeply in love with and we want to get married in his country = Bolivia. He is an Bolivian citizen but is currently in America, and we both decided that we want to move to Bolivia and start our life there. I am a Danish citizen and would like to know what I should / can do to marry him and stay with him in Bolivia.
What visa for American husband of Bolivian/American Wife?
My wife holds both an American and Bolivian passport, and we are both planning on moving down to La Paz to live with her parents for a little bit. We do not have any definite plans, but we are looking for a visa that would allow me the most time possible, and possibly the ability to work. The consulate has not been very helpful, so does anyone know what we should apply for? I understand that we need to send out birth and marriage certificates to the consulate for authentication, but after that we are lost.
Any help would be appreciated!
Married to a Bolivian. Do I need a visa?
I recently married my Bolivian husband in the US and we are planning to visit his family for a couple weeks in December. I have been to Bolivia many times before on a Tourist visa and I was wondering if I have gained any privilege by getting married. Anyone have experience with this?
I would like to avoid paying for a visa again (mine has expired) and all the stress of dealing with immigration...
Marry visa for Pakistani citizen
How to go Bolivia from Pakistan. I want to go to Bolivia. Hi. I'm from Pakistan. I want to go to Bolivia. My girl friend live in La Paz Bolivia how come to Bolivia .. What requirement please told me.
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US Citizen Married to Bolivian Moving to Cochabamba
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Bolivia Residency if Married to Bolivian Citizen
by Marcus Carter
(Naples, FL USA)
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