Bolivian Tourist Visa for Omani Nationals

by Irena
(Muscat)

Can an Omani national get the Bolivian Tourist Visa upon arrival? And what are the required documents & fees?

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Cost of tourist visa to Bolivia
by: Anonymous

The cost of the tourist visa to Bolivia depends on the agreements Bolivia has with your country. For example, for some countries it is free. For some it is about $30. For Americans it is $135.00. You would have to contact a Bolivian consulate or the Bolivian Immigration to know exactly for Oman.

Their email is: migracion.comunicacion@gmail.com
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Oct 25, 2014
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Tourist Visa for Omani Nationals
by: Anonymous

One more question, where can I find the info on the Tourist Visa fee payable at the airport/consular and in what currency should it be made. TIA, Irena

Oct 25, 2014
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Tourist Visa for Omani Nationals
by: Anonymous

Thank you very much for the prompt response and the information. Best Regards,
Irena

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Bolivia tourist visa for citizens of Oman
by: Anonymous

According to the official Bolivian government immigration website (go to http://www.migracion.gob.bo, then click on TRAMITES Y REQUISITOS, then on PARA EXTRANJEROS, then on POR NACIONALIDAD and choose Oman ), it says:




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Usuario al que va dirigido: Ciudadano(a) de OMAN
Grupo de Países al que pertenece: Grupo N° 2

TRAMITES QUE PUEDE REALIZAR

1. Visa de Turista Consular.
2. Prorroga Visa de Turista.

IMPORTANTE!!!: Si usted ingreso con Visa de Turista Consular, puede permanecer 30 días, pudiendo prorrogar por dos peridos iguales (90 días en un año), la misma no le permite cambiar de estatus migratorio, ni realizar actividad remunerada en territorio Boliviano. En caso de no contar con la Representación consular de Bolivia en su país de origen, podrá adquirir la Visa de Ingreso en Aeropuerto o Punto de Control Fronterizo.

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So, IF there is no Bolivian consulate in Oman, then you will be issued the tourist visa at the border or airport when you arrive.

This is only for tourist visas.

TO GET YOUR TOURIST VISA, HERE ARE THE REQUIREMENTS (found on the same page of their website):

Concepto del Trámite: Obtener Visa de Turista Consular
Usuario al que va dirigido: Ciudadano(a) Extranjero(a)
Normas legales que regulan el trámite: Resolución Biministerial N° 01/2007
Lugar de Atención: Representación Diplomática o Consular

Tomar en cuenta:


Para ingresar a Bolivia en calidad de turista, deberá solicitar la extensión de la Visa de Turista Consular ante la Representación Diplomática o Consular correspondiente.

En caso que éstas no existieren en el lugar de residencia del solicitante, la Visa de Turista Consular podrá ser otorgada en la Representación Diplomática o Consular más cercana a su domicilio o residencia habitual.

REQUISITOS (REQUIREMENTS)


1. Llenar personalmente el formulario de "Declaración Jurada de Solicitud de Visa".
2. Portar pasaporte con una vigencia no menor a los seis meses.
3. Exhibir vacuna contra la fiebre amarilla.
4. Exhibir pasajes de ida y vuelta o presentar itinerario de viaje.
5. Acreditar domicilio en Bolivia.
6. Reserva de Hotel.
7. Tiempo de estadía 30 días.

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Visa problems - Bolivia - UK

by Denise
(UK)

I'm from the UK & my boyfriend is Bolivian.
He is currently in Bolivia & trying to return to UK to be with me.

The requirements are a lot stricter now with regards to visas & he's finding it difficult at the moment which is upsetting for both of us.

What i would like to know is, as we intend to get married anyway, if i was to marry him in Bolivia, can he then follow me to UK as he will be married to a British National?

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Mar 31, 2013
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by: Anonymous

Thank you for your advice.

My boyfriend is a dentist but could not practice in the UK but has worked here as a dental assistant for approx 10 years until his visa expired last Dec. Then he decided to return home to see his family & update his skills ready to return to practice as a dentist here as his papers had arrived allowing him to do so.

We thought that as he had a profession & he spoke good english, it would not be a problem. How wrong were we?

I have since been to Bolivia to visit him as that's tha only way we can see each other & it looks as though i will undertaking that long journey again this year.

I have my own house & i earn well over the required £18,600. However, neither of us have that much savings.

I've since done more research & it seems that even trying to be together long term in another country isn't an option either.

I do wonder how we are meant to be together.It seems that the Fiance Visa could be our only option & we would be doing it for the right reasons as we are 100% sure that we want to be together. I'm 15 years older than my boyfried & have since found out that there could be a potential problem with the age gap with the FV now too.

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It doesn't matter where you get married
by: anon

hi there

Sorry to hear that you guys are separated by visa restrictions.

However, this is not a question for a Bolivia forum - it is a question for the UK Borders Agency and the UK visa process.

You should google "UK spousal visa changes" or something like that.

In order to bring a foreign spouse to the UK you need to have a certain salary and/ or have a large pile of cash in the bank. Your partner will also need to speak good English, have no criminal record and possibly pass the citizenship test.

The UK offers a fiancee visa, so that might be an option for you guys too.

Do NOT get married in Bolivia thinking that this will allow you the automatic right to bring him back to the UK, as unfortunately it will not.

If you guys want to live together in the UK then it makes sense to get married in the UK, unless there are really strong reasons to get married in Bolivia.

Getting married in Bolivia is a paperwork nightmare (I've done it) and should only be done for the right reasons.

Good luck and sorry you are in this position - I think the attitude of the UK govt regarding this issue is disgraceful and I believe they will be challenged in the European courts for this.

Mar 30, 2013
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See these comments as well
by: BoliviaBella.com Webmaster

You may want to read through the comments on this page:

http://www.boliviabella.com/what-are-the-requirements-for-getting-married-in-bolivia.html

to find out more about the experiences others have had.

You can also contact our Expat Services lawyer, Rebeca Gonzales for help with your process once you are in Bolivia:

www.boliviabella.com/expat-services.html

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Visa Bolivia UK
by: Anonymous

Take into a count that you need also requirements to marry in Bolivia, you have to enter on a special purpose visa, and also have your documents translated and authenticated by bolivian embassy in UK. Not difficult, only you need these before you marry in Bolivia.

Mar 29, 2013
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by: Anonymous

this would be a question for your consulate or imigrations..in most cases a visa would need to be issued from your country before he would be able to travel...does boliva have a consulate from your country..is so please ask them as they would be able to give you specifics....i am thinking if you was to marry in bolivia it would be much easier...

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Doctor Tayyab

by Tayyab
(Sialkot Pakistan)





Soy doctor Tayyab. Quiero casarse con una dama boliviana. ¿Cómo puedo obtener una visa para Bolivia. Here no es embajada en Pakistán. ¿Cuál es el procedimiento para obtener una visa para viajar a Bolivia. Por favor enviarme correo electrónico si es posible. Gracias por tu tiempo.

Dr. Tayyab awan
crown.surgical.pk@gmail.com

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Visa information for Bangladeshi citizen

by Zafar iqbal
(Rome italy)

I'm a Bangladeshi citizen. I'm living in Italy. Do I requer to apply for visa or I can get on arrival If it on arrival pls tell me the requirements.

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I want to go to bolivia
by: Mohammad Abul kashem

I am Bangladeshi, mu full name is mohammad Abul kashem.my email address:kashem119net@yahoo.com. How can i get a visa to go to bolivia.

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Bolivia visa for tourists from Malaysia

by Karyn Tam
(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

I am a citizen of Malaysia and will be travelling to La Paz from Cusco, Peru.

As there is no Bolivian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur and we Malaysian need a visa to enter Bolivia, I plan to apply for the visa in Cusco (Av. Oswaldo Baca Nº 101, primer piso, Urbanización Magisterio, Primera Etapa, Cusco) and would appreciate if you can let me know the following :

1. How long it takes? Because I'll only be in Cusco for 3 days from 29 December ~ 31 December 2015 & its near year end.
2. Is it possible to obtain our visa within 1 day?
3. How much do we need to pay for the visa charges?
4. What are the documents required to apply for visa?

Your immediate response is very much appreciated. Looking forward to your reply.

Regards
Karyn Tam
Email : karyn_tfy@yahoo.co.jp

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US citizen with Argentine DNI going to Bolivia on vacation

by Emily
(Buenos Aires)

What are the Bolivia tourist visa requirements for a US citizen with Argentine temporary residency?

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I think you still need the visa
by: Anonymous

Bolivian officials may take into account that you currently reside in Argentina, but as a general rule, if you plan to travel on a US passport, you need to process the tourist travel visa just like any other American no matter where you live.

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Visa a Bolivia para Esposo Kuwaiti?

by Dana Lozano
(Kuwait)

Primero que nada agradecerles por su ayuda. Aquí les va mi pregunta. Mi esposo y yo queremos ir de vacaciones a Bolivia pero como es primera vez que el va de visita no sabemos que clase de papeles va a necesitar para entrar al país. Vi en la clasificación de países Kuwait esta en el grupo 2 que quiere decir que puede recibir la visa en el aeropuerto. Que clase de papeles necesitaremos para que no nos hagan problemas? Y mi otra pregunta, de cuantos días es la visa que le darán a mi esposo? Nosotros solo vamos a ir por 30 días.

Les agradezco cualquier información que tengan.

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Singaporean to get tourist visa to Bolivia

I am a Singaporean. I will be in Lima for 2 days before travelling across country from Peru to La Paz. Can I get the tourist visa from the Bolivia Embassy in Lima within 2 days.

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Bolivian Visa Complication for Indonesian Citizen
by: Anonymous

Hi Ranilla

My name is Christian, and as fellow Indonesian who had issues with Bolivian visa application, thought I would ask you.

Did you finally get it in Peru? How was the process back then?

Would really appreciate your reply.

Thanks a lot

Aug 23, 2011
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bolivian consulates in peru
by: BoliviaBella

Anonymous, the contact information for the Bolivian consulates in Peru is listed below - you'll see it if you scroll down near the bottom of the page.

Aug 21, 2011
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Consulate in Lima
by: Anonymous

Hello, could you please give me the address of the Bolivian consulate in Lima? I may have to get a tourist visa from there too. Please advise me on what I need to bring (if there's anything extra I need to add on top of the required docs that they're asking. Would really appreciate you sharing your experience while you were there.
Please email me at ranilla@fastmail.fm
Thank you so much!

Aug 18, 2011
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Singaporean got visa to Bolivia in Lima
by: Anonymous

I managed to apply and obtain the tourist visa to Bolivia at the Bolivia Consulate in Lima, Peru within the same day.

Aug 15, 2011
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Visa approval waiting time
by: V_gallagher

Btw, is the issuance within 48 hrs based on someone's experience? I am an Indonesian applying for a Bolivia visa in DC. It has been 2 weeks and I have not heard a word about it. Is there any Indonesian who got their Bolivia tourist visa out there? If so, please please message me at ranilla@fastmail.fm to let me know how you were able to get one.
I am leaving for La Paz in two weeks and am very desperate since I haven't got my visa! :( :(

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contact information bolivian consulates in peru
by: BoliviaBella

You might try these ways to contact a Bolivian consulate in Peru. Source: www.rree.gob.bo

CONSULADO GENERAL DE BOLIVIA EN PERU, LIMA TEL: (51-1) 4228231
FAX: (51-1) 2224594
colivianlima@hotmail.com

CONSULADO DE BOLIVIA EN PERU, ILO
(51-53) 481071
(51-53) 481071
colivianilo@hotmail.com

CONSULADO DE BOLIVIA EN PERU, PUNO
(51-51) 351251
(51-51) 351251
consuladopuno@hotmail.com

CONSULADO GENERAL DE BOLIVIA EN PERU, TACNA (51-52) 245121
(51-52) 745121
coliviantacna@hotmail.com; consuladodebolivia_tacna@hotmail,com

CONSULADO DE BOLIVIA EN PERU, CUSCO 5184-231845
5184-231845
Coliviancusco-peru@hotmail.com; hferrufin@hotmail.com

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Singaporean to get tourist visa to Bolivia
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Thanks to 'Anonymous' for your advice. I tried to contact the Bolivia Consulate in Lima via email to ask the question, but was unsuccessful to get through to them. I wonder if there is any way to get through and get their response via email.

Jun 29, 2011
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cutting it close
by: Anonymous

I heard Bolivian consulates are trying to issue visas in 48 hours but the best thing you can do is contact the Bolivian consulate in Lima and ask them.

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Como hago visa de turista para un extranjero dominicano que quiere ir a Bolivia

by jose
(rep dominicana)

hola hay un gran problema que tengo quiero ir a bolivia pero no hay ni embajada ni consulado me daran la visa de turismo al llegar pertenesco al grupo 2 necesitan visa de turismo ummmm como hago ayudaaa quiero visitar al pais de mi novia ella vino a mi pais por dos oportunidades rep dom esta en centro america la isla que esta al lado de haiti y en ese pais no hay ni embajada ni consul de bolivia ayudaaa que debo hacerr se los agradesco de corazon email jasmin_3635@hotmail.com

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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

Bertrand

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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).

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

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

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d49.htm

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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DO YOU NEED A VISA TO ENTER BOLIVIA HAVING A MEXICAN PASSPORT?

by NANCY
(BELIZE)

PARA ENTRAR A BOLIVIA PARA VISITAR SE NECESITA UNA VISA TENIENDO UN PASSAPORTE MEXICANA?

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May 30, 2011
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mexicanos no necesitan visa
by: Anonymous

Según el sitio web del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, ciudadanos de México no necesitan visa de turista. Puedes verlo aquí:

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

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Canadian going to Bolivia

by Jessica
(Nova Scotia, Canada)

Hello, I am a Canadian looking to study/do research in Bolivia for just under 4 months. What are the visa requirements for me? Can I get my visa extended once I enter the country or do I have to apply for the visa before? What type of visa would be best, tourist or student? If so, how do I get a student visa? Thanks.

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Coming to Bolivia
by: Jonny Algarañaz

You can do both extent you visa once you are here and also apply for one before coming here. Here in Bolivia we don't have a Canadian embassy, but can contact the one in Lima, Peru. There's an embassy from your country in that city. Ithink you sould contact them before coming here. Regarding the typt of visa you can apply for either the student or the tourist one. Many canadians come to Bolivia, especially to Santa Cruz, which is the largest city in Bolivia.

I hope this was helpful. My name is Jonny Algarañaz. I live in Santa Cruz.

Good bye.

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How to apply a Bolivian visa for Indonesian citizen?

by nadya
(jakarta)

I would like to know the procedure for applying a Bolivian Visa for Indonesian citizen living in Jakarta. It would be great if you could get back to me with regard to this matter as soon as possible
Thank you for your time and attention.

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Aug 05, 2014
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did you get the visa?
by: Anonymous

Did you finally get the visa and travelled to bolivia? please share.

Nov 26, 2013
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@Reagen
by: Anonymous

Did you finally visit Bolivia? How did you manage to get the visa? please share. thank you...

Aug 14, 2013
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visa prior to arrival
by: Anonymous

according to wikipedia, indonesian passport needs to get the visa approval prior to arrival. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Bolivia

so how was it? did u get your visa on arrival?

Apr 25, 2013
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Bolivian tourist visa for Indonesian citizen
by: Erl

So Reagen , did you manage to get the visa upon arrival
In Bolivia ? I'm planning to visit there too but couldn't find the way to apply the visa

Thanks
Erl

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Jakarta
by: Reagen

I'm assuming this is recent information, so thanks for the very helpful and happy news.
We Indonesian have no Bolivia representative.

Anyway, do we need anything special for that Tourist Visa? Or just a passport will do? Anything I need to print from some website or something?

REALLY looking forward to visiting Bolivia this spring.

Jan 25, 2013
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Bolivia Visa for Indonesians
by: Anonymous

Indonesians also can get a TOURIST visa upon arrival. But if you need a special purpose visa, then you need to apply in advance in any bolivian embassy or consular agency abroad.

Jan 25, 2013
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Simple. ..
by: TallCowboy0614

Go to your local Bolivian embassy or get it at the airport on arrival.

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Bolivia Visa Requirements for Argentine Permanent Resident, US Passport

by tim
(argentina)

What do I need to enter Bolivia. I am a permanent Argentine resident with a US passport. Please advise.

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Bolivia requires Israeli tourists to apply for visa for first time since 1972




1 September 2014 - The Bolivian government has declared that as of yesterday, all Israeli citizens wishing to travel into Bolivia must obtain a tourist visa from a Bolivian consulate prior to arrival.

As of yesterday, all Israeli citizens will need a visa to enter Bolivia. The Bolivian government has revoked the agreement for free entry signed with Israel in 1972. This was done in response to the offensive launched against Gaza by Israel in the past few weeks. The measure was announced in July and became applicable yesterday. President Morales stated Bolivia considers Israel a "terrorist state" due to its attack on Palestinian territory, indicating that it does not respect the United Nations Declaration nor the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

In this manner, citizens of Israel will no longer be included in the Group 1 visa classification (no tourist visa needed to enter Bolivia) and have been transferred to Group 3, meaning they must apply for a tourist visa which will be reviewed by Bolivian Immigration authorities.

"Moving them to Group 3 means (...) that we are declaring the (Israeli) state a terrorist state," aid Morales one month ago.

As of yesterday, citizens of Israel who wish to travel to Bolivia must apply for a visa at Bolivian consulates overeas and Bolivian Immigration authorities will decide whether a visa will be issued or not.

According to Bolivian Immigration authorities, between 10,000 and 12,000 Israeli tourists visit Bolivia each year.

This is a translation of the following article in Spanish.


Source: Los Tiempos
Date: 1 September 2014

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Hello, We are an Bangladeshi family of 5 and wish to settle in Bolivia

by Abul Kashem
(65, Dilkusha, Dhaka-Bangladesh)


We are Bangladeshi citizen want to settle in Bolivia to get jobs or small business I am educated my wife is house wife I have 2 son and 1 daughter my big son age is 19 and currently completed HSC. second son age is 12 studying class seven and daughter is 7 studying class three. Can anybody inform me how its possible?

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I'm visit Bolivia cuntery (Bolivia cuntery visa invitation latter say)
by: Pankaj Barua

Dear sir , I'm Bangladesh citizens working in south Africa.visit to Bolivia country.ur help visa support document Invitation latter.I'm summit to Bolivia embassy in south Africa. May email add.pankajbarua312@yahoo.com. Thanks.visa support document invitation latter hotel booking and other document

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visit
by: Md kalim ullah

dear
i am bangladeshi.i want to visit bolivia.how can i get visit visa.let me know.

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visa
by: camila

Hi, if you wanna come to Bolivia, you will need first to know if you need a visa. I don't know if that will be complicated. I am actually from Bolivia, but these days I am in London, and to get the uk visa was a nightmare for me. But I think it is the reverse to go to Bolivia.I can assure you that you can start a business easily, just saying Bolivia is the cheapest country in south America the minimum salary is around 180 pounds per month, it is quite cheap if u are coming from a country where the currency in higher. Don't know how is that in Bangladesh. I can give you more advice in case you want to, this is my name in skype'camilamarianaveraolivera' or email > cami_mariana_vera_olivera_98@hotmail.es

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Bolivian visa for Chinese passport holder

by Xin
(Dubai,UAE)

Dear Sir/Madam, I'm a Chinese girl who's living in Dubai,UAE now, planning a trip to Bolivia in February 2015.As I searched online,the nearest embassy is located in Doha, Qatar, however the email address of the embassy published online couldn't be sent to.

Would you please tell me the correct email address and phone number of the Bolivian embassy in Doha? Thanks a lot.

my email: xin.zhou@emirates.com

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Nov 20, 2014
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China citizens don't need a visa any more
by: Anonymous

I heard that the Bolivian government recently changed immigration law and citizens of China no longer need a tourist visa to enter Bolivia. Even if you are entering Bolivia from another country, whether you need a visa or not depends on the country of your PASSPORT, not the country you are coming from. So you can contact the immigration service in Bolivia yourself and ask them, just to be sure.

Email: migracion.comunicacion@gmail.com
Twitter: @MIGRACION_BOL
Facebook: MIGRACIONBOLIVIA
Website: www.migracion.gob.bo

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Hello, We are an Indian family of 3 and wish to settle in Bolivia

by Tejas Sagar
(India)


We wish to settle and work or setup small business for living in bolivia, I am professionally educator for Language, Entrepreneur and Business my wife is a Beautician and son age 12 years old. I wish to know the option's that we can actually have to apply for our visa for Eg. Self-Employed or something. if someone could help me with a link to correct Gov site to do this as i could only find site with agents and so on.
tejassagar@live.com
warm regards to everyone whoever reads my request.

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It's advisable to go with an agent
by: Anonymous

I wouldn't even think of wading through the Immigration process without the help of an agent. It's awful!

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Bolivian immigration website, if you speak Spanish
by: Anonymous

All of the government websites are in Spanish, but the one you'll find most helpful is the Bolivian government's Immigration Service website:

www.migracion.gob.bo

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Nigerian passport - need visa info

by justi
(malaga)

Did i need a visa to bolivia while having spanish residence card with nigeria passport.

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Did you?
by: Anonymous

Well justi, did you or did you not need a Visa? Please tell us it would be interesting to know while having an omelet in a Spanish residence in Malaga.

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Visas for Bolivia - New Zealand Passport Holders

by Stuart
(New Zealand)

Are visas required for holders of New Zealand passport holders? If I am travelling in areas where is no Yellow Fever, do I still need to be inocculated & provide proof of the same?

Thanks,
Stuart

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Consulate of Paraguay in Puerto Iguazú Argentina
by: Bella

I may have found your answer! There is a Consulate of Paraguay in Puerto Iguazú, Argentina here:

Puerto Iguazú - Consulado de Paraguay
Address: Avenida Cordoba Nº 370
City: Puerto Iguazú
Phone Local: (03757) 424.230
Internacional: +54.3757.424.230

I found this information here:
http://embassy-finder.com/es/paraguay_in_argentina

The same information can be found here:
http://www.mrecic.gov.ar/portal/guia-dip/of-consulares/consulado.php?pais=20

So I guess it must be true. Neither site has an email address though.

P.S. This is the information for Paraguay Immigration just in case:

Dirección General de Migraciones
Address: Caballero Esq. Eligio Ayala - Edificio Aurora
Phones: (+595 21) 446 066 - 492 908 - 446 673
Email: contacto@migraciones.gov.py
Website: http://www.migraciones.gov.py/

Cheers from Bolivia!
Bella.

Jan 02, 2011
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paraguay guide
by: BoliviaBella

You might also try this possible guide to Paraguay. It's somebody's blog - they live there and speak English.


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new zealand consulate in paraguay
by: BoliviaBella

Try my other website GoSouthExpat.com for basic information on Paraguay Stuart.

Start here: New Zealand Consulate in Asuncion and see if they can give you the info on the consul in Iguazu.

Bella.

Jan 02, 2011
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Paraguay
by: don Estuardo

I wish there were an equivalent website for Paraguay, a country that provides little or no help in getting information about visas and where to obtain them.

I will fly straight from Auckland to Puerto Iguazu on Lan Chile. This is an expensive place to stay so I don't want to dawdle. From Aguazu I want to travel overland to Bolivia via Paraguay which requires a visa that be got from a consulate or Embassy. I know there is a Paraguayan Consulate in Aguazu and I have its e-mail address. They do NOT reply.

Does anyone out there have any information about getting a visa in Puerto Aguazu?

Thank you,

Stuart
Blenheim, New zealand

Jan 02, 2011
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have a nice trip
by: BoliviaBella

My pleasure - Happy New Year "Don Estuardo" ;-)

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Thank you --Muchas gracias
by: Stuart himself

Thank you so very much. I was in Bolivia in 1999 and loved it!!

Stuart

Muchas gracias por esto!

Estaba en Bolivia en 1999 y la amo mucho.

don Estuardo

Jan 02, 2011
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bolivia visas for new zealand citizens
by: BoliviaBella

According to the Bolivian Foreign Affairs website citizens of New Zealand (Nueva Zelandia) are in Group 1 and do not need a visa to enter Bolivia, as you can see here.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

As to the Yellow Fever vaccine, Biministerial Resolution 01/2007 states that everyone over 12 months of age must have a yellow fever vaccination card or immunization certificate to Bolivia. However, the document Vacuna Contra la Fiebre Amarilla, found on the same website states that authorities from the Ministry of Health and Sports passed another Ministerial Resolution 0028 dated 21 January 2009, whereby the yellow fever shot will be required exclusively of foreigners who will be traveling to zones at risk of yellow fever (there's a list of those zones) and they must have the yellow fever vaccine a minimum of 10 days prior to entering Bolivia.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d297.pdf

Have an awesome trip and when you're done be sure to visit us again and share your travel story, si?

Bella


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Algerian citizen with 30 day Bolivia visa - can I extend it?

by amirr
(algeria)

hi bolivia bella i'm from algeria and i have visa of bolivia but the validation of visa is 30 days finish in 25 august 2012 i want travel after this date what can i do? i want more days there is soltution?

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Bolivia visa on arival for eritrean citizens

by Yonatan
(Khartoum, Sudan)

Hello. I am an Eritrean citizen and I am planning to visit Bolivia. I just want to make sure if I can get a visa on arrival, as Eritrea is in visa group 2.

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master's programm
by: Tesfay Teklehaimanot

I am tesfay I want to express my interest and candidate to continue master's program in universities of Bolivia. so I want your valuable advice how can I get this opportunity.

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for master's scholarship
by: Tesfay Teklehaimanot

I am Tesfay, I want to expressing my comments based on the before and currently condition. In 2015 l have completed my degree programme with the department of agricaltural engineering. know I want to get the masters programme in Bolivia universities.so sinceerly l need your valuble advice the requirements that l must be considering to get this opportunity.

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asking visa
by: kidane

I am an eritrean citizen. I want to visit Bolivia. how can I get the transit visa to bolivia. I know for eritrean passport holder it is visa on arrival .

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How can i get Bolivia visa from Nigeria?

by AKINDELE OLAWALE
(IBADAN, OYO STATE, NIGERIA)

Am a Nigerian how can I get a tourist visa to enter Bolivia from Nigeria Because you consulate is not in West Africa?

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How to get a Bolivia visa from Nigeria
by: timothy

hello am timothy i'm from nigeria and i need bolivia visa how can i get it here we and thier is no bolivia embassy here in nigeria.

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use another consulate
by: Anonymous

If there is no Bolivian consulate in your country, you can use the Bolivian consulates in ANY country nearby or in the region. You can do the procedure by mail, but should consult them by phone or email first. You can look for consulates here:

www.embassiesabroad.com

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Philippines passport but with a USA green card, living in the USA.

by Beatriz K
(Moline, Illinois, USA)

I plan to visit Bolivia for a week or two and I am a permanent resident of the USA (a green card holder) but I am still using a Philippines passport (my country of origin). How do I get a visa and where? Thank you.

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Dual citizen, Italian/American
by: Anonymous

NO problem entering Bolivia with an Italian passport. If you have to flight to US and show your american passport, no problem also. Many people do that.

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Visiting Bolivia - Dual Citizen Italian /American
by: Anonymous

Hi,

I am flying from New York to La Paz for 2 weeks vacation and I saw that US citizens need to pay $135 tourist fee and need to visit the consulate ahead of time. I have 2 passports Italian and American but I live in NY so my return flight is to the USA. Since Italians don't need a visa and don't need to pay the tourist fee, can I enter Bolivia with my Italian passport so I don't pay? Will I have problems at the airport in La Paz because my return flight is to the USA and I have to show my US passport as well?

Thank you

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Visa to Bolivia
by: Anonymous

Dear Beatriz,
If you want to visit Bolivia as tourist, you don´t need to get visa in advance, you can get it upon arrival in the airport.

If you want to apply for residence in Bolivia, then you need the special purpose visa, you can get it in any bolivian embassy or consular agency in the world.

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Visa for Bolivia for Citizens of Nepal?

by Manzeel
(Kathmandu, Nepal)

Dear Sir/Madam, I am Manzeel from Nepal,i m planning to visit Bolivia on March, here is not any embassy or consulate of bolivia in Nepal, as i know that Nepal is in group 2, so Nepales people can get on arrival visa at airport, if this is true then what and which types of document i need for to get a on arrival visa, i am waiting for your kind and true information. Thank you.

Manzeel,Nepal

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Visa process for bolibia
by: Anonymous

Hi everybody,Greetings!
I am a citizen of nepal.i am looking forward to visiting bolibia once in future.as it visa on arrivel.is this true?is this easy process? if it's true and possible,whom and where i can contact? what are the first step process??if i know all this process,it will be easy to me to travel bolibia.now am living in kathmandu.
if i know all this process and information,it will be great to me in future.
looking forward to getting information from you...

Feb 14, 2013
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Visa for Bolivia for Citizens of Nepal
by: Anonymous,Bangladesh

Contact me to get info on Bolivian Visa; +8801712593316

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On the web it shows Ghana is in Bolivia visa group II

by Amisco
(Ghana)

Does it mean I will get visa on arrival? Ghanaian passport holder.

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Do citizens of Myanmar need tourist visas for Bolivia?

by Yar zar may
(Thailand)

I'm Myanmar Citizen. I have a plan to visit Bolivia. Some webpage post Myanmar citizen can gets arrival visa. Some post says we need to apply tourist visa. which one is the correct one? If needed,in Myanmar no embassy of Bolivia. How should i do? Please if you know the confirm information please let me know.
thank you

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Jul 22, 2015
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INQUIRY
by: ABDIKADIR

i do have ethiopian citizenship and i want to visit Bolivia as a tourist about two months so do i get visa on arrival?

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You DO need a visa, but it will be issued upon arrival
by: Anonymous

Citizens of MYANMAR are in Group 2 visa group. This means that you do need a tourist visa, but it will be issued to you upon arrival.

You can see that Myanmar is in group 2 on this document which is published by the Bolivian Immigration Service, so this information is directly from immigration authorities in Bolivia.

http://www.migracion.gob.bo/web/upload/preguntas.pdf

See page 7 and you will find Myanmar listed in Group II (group 2). You will get visa upon arrival.

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Bolivia Visa Requirement For Ethiopian Passport.

by Moha Salamon
(Uganda)

I am Ethiopian citizen residing in Uganda and i want to visit Bolivia as a tourist and there's no consulate neither embassy the whole region(East Africa)so is it possible that i can get the visa on arrival at any airport in Bolivia?

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visa for ethiopian
by: henock

Yes you can visa on arrival if you have ethiopian passport but before you arrived to bolivia you have to make a hotel reservation and print the confirmation then when you arrive they only ask you for place of stay

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Bolivia tourist visa requirements for Singapore citizens?

by Jess
(Singapore)

I've heard visas can be issued overland when travelling into Bolivia but can it be issued at the airports as well? I'm planning to fly into La Paz. I'm only planning to pop up Bolivia to see the salt flats in Uyuni.

I know Singapore is part of group II countries which needs visas but I'm not too sure what sort of documentation I should have with me when I head over. Do I need vaccinations declaration (if so, which)? Do I need bank statements? The only document I could find thus far is in Spanish and I don't understand it at all.

Cheers

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visa for thai citizen?

Hello, I am a thai citizien, at the moment in Brazil. End of April i want to make a holiday in Bolivia (3 weeks). Do I need to get a visa in advance at the embassy in Brasilia or a consulate? Or can I get it on arrival.

There are different informations, so I am a bit confused.
Thanks for an answer.
Best regards,
Eak

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visa requirements depend on where you are from
by: Anonymous

The visa requirements vary depending on what country you are from. Because they are established based on the international treaties that Bolivia has with different countries, and these are not all the same.

Therefore, what may work for an American or German or Japanese person, for example, may not work for you. That's why you need to know what visa GROUP you are in first.

Thailand is apparently in Group 2 - people who DO need a tourist visa but DON'T need to get it before hand. You can get it at the border (according to the government website here):

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

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be sure your visa paperwork is correct
by: Shay

You can get a tourist visa once you arrive in Bolivia but you should have ALL of your paperwork ready with correct payment in perfect clean bills ($135.00). You can print out the application from the Bolivian Consulate website and all of the requirements are listed there as well.

My family of 6 visited Bolivia in '09 and this is what we did. It took about an hour for them to process (but, for 1 would take less I'm sure). We now live in Bolivia and the process for obtaining a objeto determinado visa took us several months and had to be done before entering the country. Requirements change frequently.

Apr 04, 2011
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bolivian visa for thai citizen
by: Anonymous

Go to this page

www.boliviabella.com/visa.html

and check to see which visa group you are in (1, 2, or 3)

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Romanian citizen needs tourist visa for Bolivia

by Anca Dudau
(Denmark/Romania)

Do I need to apply for visa in advance or can I get visa upon arrival? And if I go for the first option, for how long can it be prolonged if I enter the country later than planned.

Does anyone know an official website where I can find the requirements for Romanian citizens?

To apply for visa in Denmark (Where I live), the Embassy requires also the yellow fever vaccine (which I have done, but it costs a lot to translated it certified - and does it need to be Government authorized or just professional agency authorized)?

Copy of yellow fever vaccination certificate.
This certification must be translated into Spanish and the passenger must hold a copy of both Certificate and translation, to be submitted before Bolivian Immigration Authorities. (Take note that this requisite applies ONLY to the following Provinces: Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Beni, Pando, Cochabamba, Chuquisaca and Tarija).

I also need hotel reservation and transportation tickets - as I will be travelling for a whole year, it's very hard to approximate when I will be in Bolivia - anyone has a solution for that?

"3. Copy of the hotel reservation or invitation letter from Bolivian friends or relatives indicating the host address. Letter where applicable. For more information please refer to the WEB site of the Vice-Ministry of Tourism or. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worships www.rree.gov.bo ; link "Servicios Consulares".
4. Round trip ticket and/or copy of travel itinerary."

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Bolivia visa for Indonesian Citizen ( Group 3)

by Iponk
(Brisbane, Australia)

Hi, We are Indonesian citizens who currently reside in Australia and are holding Australia Permanent Residency visas. We were just wondering what to process to obtain Bolivia visa. It seems from the previous publication Indonesia belongs to Group 3. Other people mentioned that citizen from group 3 countries will have have to send their visa application to National Migration Office in Bolivia. Is this correct? We have heard a lot people wait for a long time for their visa and had to cancel their trip to Bolivia because of this. Any advice would be appreciated?

Thanks in advance

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Do BNO passport holders have to apply for a Bolivia tourist visa?

Hi there, do we need to apply travel visa to Bolivia if we (Hong Kong Citizens) are BNO (British National Overseas) passport holders?

If we need to apply travel visa, where and how can we get it?

Thanks

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tourist visa
by: Anonymous

everyone entering Bolivia must obtain a tourist visa.
you can obtain one at the port of entry. it is $130.00 paid in cash only. The tourist visa is for 3 months only per calander year. If you stay longer you will be charged fines at the airport when you leave Bolivia.If you plan on staying longer you have to apply for a special purpose visa NOT a tourist visa. The special purpose visa you will have to appy at the Bolivian consolute in your country prior to your travel..... NOT at the airport.

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Taiwanese Have Visa On Arrival in La Paz?

by Sunnie Hong

Hi, I will transit from Miami to La Paz, Can I get Visa on arrival? or I can apply the visa in Miami while transit there? Thank you.

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canadian citizens traveling to bolivia

i am a canadian traveling to bolivia what will i need

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Mar 17, 2011
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bolivia visa for canadian citizens
by: Anonymous

Apparently Canadians do not need a tourist visa. But if you're planning to live in Bolivia, you need to come on a "visa de objeto determinado" (specific purpose visa). For that you need to contact the Bolivian consulate nearest to you.

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bolivian tourist visa for indonesian

by medi hadian
(indonesia)

How to get tourist visa if i go accross lake titi caca or by plane through lapaz

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Bolivian Visa for a Polish and UK citizen

by A
(Bogota)

As a Polish citizen traveling with a UK citizen, do either of us need a Bolivian tourist visa?

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Nice information
by: Franks Muller

Thanks for putting out this information as many of us have been trying to find the exact procedure to getting citizenship visa and other visas.

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neither one needs a visa
by: Anonymous

According to the Bolivian Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores (foreign affairs ministry) website, which publishes lists of which countries need visas and which don't, it would appear neither one of you do. See the list here and look for POLONIA (Poland) and REINO UNIDO (United Kingdom).

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

This is for TOURIST visas. It does not apply to those who are moving to Bolivia to seek residency, by the way. Only tourists.

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by: Anonymous

Hello, None of you need tourist visa to visit Bolivia, once arriving at the airport, you will be led to immigration offices to explain that you enter as tourist, good luck!

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Filipina married to a Bolivian - Need Requirements for Moving to Bolivia

by Joe Ann Loquez
(Cebu, Philippines)

Hi, I am a Filipina (Philippines) married to a Bolivian and we have a son born here in Philippines.I would like to ask what are the requirements for me and my son to be able to live in Bolivia and be with my husband?

Thank You !
I hope someone can answer me.

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Moving
by: Anonymous

Go to the consulate you have most of your question answer. Or log in to e Bolivian website. The international tourist visit applies since you are married to a Bolivian you won't have no problems getting your documents.
Good luck
Fernando

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Near Santa Cruz?
by: Robert

I can't give you an answer, Joe Ann. But my Filipina wife and I have just moved to Santa Cruz. If you end up anywhere in this area, please drop us a line.

Robert
robotboy15 at gmail.com

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mexican in bolivia

how long can mexican stay in bolivia

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TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENT FOR A NIGERIAN WITH QATARI RESIDENT PERMIT.

by ANTHONY
(DOHA)

PLS am a nigerian currently working with a company at DOHA QATAR, pls can u tell me how and where i will apply for the tourism visa as i want to spend my annaul leave at Bolivia by july this year. thanks

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Hello everyone, i am a Nigerian studied,living and working in the Philippines for more than 10 year, i have double doctorate degree, Doctor in Education major in educational management and Doctor in Public Health major in Health promotion and Education,please i need a Lecturing job in QATAR or any related job. can someone advice me on the easy way to enter Qatar and secure a good job? thanks and God bless all. my email. bathyj2000@yahoo.com

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PLS I AM A NIGERIAN PLS I WANT TO KNOW HOW I WILL GET BOLIVIAN TOURIST VISA I LEAVE IN NIGERIA HERE IS MY EMAIL ID {ferdyeric@yahoo.com)
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I am a Nigerian wit a National diploma in land surveying and Geo-informatics. I am looking forward to work in Quatar as well as schooling. Plz i need ur help

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WHERE IS BOLIVIA EMBASSY IN NIGERIA
by: Anonymous

I AM A NIGERIAN LIVING HERE IN NIGERIA.I WANT TO APPLY FOR BOLIVIA TOURIST VISA BUT I DO NOT KNOW WHERE THE EMBASSY IS LOCATED.THE NEAREST SEEM TO BE IN EGYPT OR SOUTH AFRICA WHICH ARE STILL VERY FAR.IS THERE ANY OTHER MEANS ONE COULD SEND HIS PASSPORTS AND OTHER REQUIREMENT TO THOSE COUNTRIES?

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QUATAR VISA
by: Anonymous

DEAR,
I AM A NIGERIAN AND WE DO NOT HAVE QATAR EMBASSY IN NIGERIA.

WHERE DO I GO FOR SUCH OR HOW DO I COME?

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Bolivia tourist visa for Nigerian citizen
by: Anonymous

Whether or not you will need a tourist visa depends on what country you are from. Since you are a Nigerian citizen with a Nigerian passport you'll be applying for the visa as a Nigerian.

Some countries are required to request the tourist visa prior to arrival, some are given the visa at the airport in Bolivia when they arrive, and some don't need a tourist visa at all. It just depends on which treaties have been signed between countries.

Normally Bolivia issues a tourist visa for only 90 days maximum per year. If you were to remain in the country longer, you'd have to apply for residency, so plan on no more than 90 days.

You need to contact the nearest Bolivian consulate to request a tourist visa (you can use a Bolivian consulate in Qatar, if there is one, or any nearby country).

Check www.embassiesabroad.com to see where the nearest one is to you.

Normally you'll be required to present a letter of intention, your passport, photos, proof of income, and (if you plan to spend any time in Eastern tropical Bolivia) a yellow fever shot.

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Bolivia visa for Cameroonian citizens

As a Cameroonian how can I get a tourist visa to enter Bolivia?

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Visa upon arrival
by: Anonymous

Would you need any letter from the Bolivian Embassy assuring you of getting this visa upon arrival?

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Bolivia visa for citizens of Cameroon
by: Anonymous

According to the Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) website, citizens of Cameroon (Camerún) do need a tourist visa, but don't have to get it prior to arrival. This means you'd probably be given the visa upon arrival at the border or airport.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

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UK national seeking work visa

by Laura
(England)

Hi. I have fallen in love with a Bolivian man but have had to return to the UK. I want to go back to Bolivia asap, but i also will need to be able to work there, and stay longer than 90 days. Can anyone tell me what i need to do with regard to visa's?! Many thanks in advance!

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UK Citizen applying for a residency visa

by Paul
(Southampton)

Hello everyone. My name is Paul and I am from the UK. I have recently discovered this wonderful website.

I have looked through the forum and can not see a more recent answer to a few questions I have concerning apply for a residency visa.

My girlfriend is from Sucre and has recently returned to Bolivia after living with me in the UK for 6 months.

For the next stage of our relationship I want to go out to live with her for the next year while she finishes University.

I have spent 6 months previous in Sucre on a tourist visa and a student visa and I am now researching the temporary resident visa route. I know before I arrive in Bolivia I need to apply for a specific purpose visa. This is where my confusion starts.

I am not sure which one to apply for as there seems to be 3 different types. A filming one, a marriage one and a working one. Can someone please shed some light on which one I need to apply for. Also it says I need a report from the British police. As far as I know the police here only have a record of a citizen if they have a criminal record. So if there are any other British citizens that have gone through this process can you kindly advise me.

My last question for now is once in Bolivia how much roughly and I looking at with the visa/lawyers and medical checks? Foreign friends already in Sucre have quoted anywhere between $500-$900.

Thanks kindly in advance.

Paul

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Residence Visa
by: Anonymous

Hi Paul,
According to recent inmigration laws in Bolivia, as a UK citizen you are not going to need Special Purpose Visa (visa de objeto determinado) anymore.
You can enter the country and get the tourist visa upon arrival at the airport, later apply for your residence in Sucre.
There are a few types of residence visas, like bussines/work visa, family visa, retirement visa... depends on which one you apply the visa costs 130 $ or 300$, besides that you are going to expend for medical examination 65$ notary fees, certifications and others 100$.
Good luck

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working visa
by: Anonymous

Hello.
well it is obvious to apply for the working visa.do you think that you will be able to find a job there while you are there?
the Law thing in Bolivia is very very slow..... so be prepare to wait for everything you do...
At the moment things in Bolivia are just as expensive as here... except the transport which is very cheap.
so, if you where to have a couple of thousands pounds with you, that would be fine depending of the length of time you intent to be there.
You will need about say; £150 per month to pay rent. electricity and water after that food it is up to you how much you expend.
If you live with your friend that would be cheaper still...
Any way I have just come back from La Paz and I found things are expensive,well not every thing of-course
good luck with your plans
Regards.
C.V

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I was born in the U.S. but because of my parents I have a Nicaraguan Passport, do I use that or the visa?

by Linette
(Florida)

I am thinking about going to bolivia this summer for 1 month. would it be better to renew my passport and buy a plane ticket or do i need to get a visa to go?

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Citizens of Nicaragua do need a tourist visa to enter Bolivia
by: Anonymous

You need both. You have to have a passport to travel overseas AND are going to need the visa either way. Nicaragua is one of the countries in Group II. Citizens of Nicaragua do need a tourist visa but are not required to get it beforehand. You will be issued your tourist visa upon arrival at the airport. Bring cash and be sure your passport is valid for a minimum of 6 months as of the date you enter Bolivia.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

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Does a Mexican service tech need a visa to Bolivia?

by Jose A. Campuzano
(United states)

I am permanent resident of United States but my status is Mexican citizen with Mexican Passport, but company in the United States needs to fly me to Bolivia to start up one of our nitrogen units. Would I need a visa for work being a Mexican citizen? Just asking before I tell my company its ok.

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Visa para Mexicanos
by: Rebeca

Estimado señor Campuzano,
Mi nombre es Rebeca Gonzales trabajo para Expat Services, soy abogada en Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Con su pasaporte Mejicano, usted no necesitaria visa como turista, sin embargo si usted viene por trabajo tendria que tener una visa temporal de un año para permanecer en el pais.
Eso depende tambien del tiempo que planea quedarse por trabajo dentro del territorio boliviano, esa es una variante muy importante.
Para mayor informacion por favor escribame a la siguiente direccion sin ningun compromiso.
rebecagonzales@gmail.com

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I am a Hong Kong citizen, how can I get tourist visa from bolivia ?

by Jack Lam
(hong kong)

I am a Hong Kong citizen, how can I get tourist visa from bolivia ?

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Hong Kong citizen
by: Anonymous

Hello Mr Lam,
I cannot find Hong Kong in the group of countries in immigration process in Bolivia.
Can you tell me where is passport from again, maybe i can help you better.
I work for expat Services in Santa cruz, Bolivia, please email solucioneslegales.srz@gmail.com

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Visa for Group III - for Bolivia

by Gofleisure
(Indonesia)

Hi, I'm Indonesian passport holder.
Can I get my Visa in Peru?

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New zealander already in Bolivia wanting to stay longer than 30 days

I am a new zealander and have been stamped 30 days in my passport on arrival here. I am hoping to stay longer than this as I am studying Spanish in Sucre. I will then be travelling around Bolivia, going over the 30 days. Do I need to get another visa, if so how? Or can I just pay late fees, 20 bolivianos per day. I will only be an additional ten or so days. I don't want to get in trouble by police or immigration if stopped to show documents at any stage after the 30 days. Thanks

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prolongation of visa
by: Nele

Hi,

I recommend you just call the local migration office. Most probably they can give you a prolongation of your visa, which is free or almost free. It depends on your nationality, but most nationalities do have a right of at least one prolongation.

If you stay in the country longer then your visa date, you will indeed pay 20 Bs per day, but apart from the money and administrative time it takes at the border, this doesn't have any long term implications, you won't be treated as an illegal who can't get back to the country or something like that.

You might get in that kind of trouble if you are here more then 180 days a year, but I understand this is not the case.

Kind greetings,

Nele Marien

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ask for an extension
by: Anonymous

Since New Zealanders do not need a travel visa to enter Bolivia (you are in Group 1*), but since your passport was stamped for only 30 days permission in Bolivia, you MIGHT be able to go to Immigration and ask for a 30-day extension.

* http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

Immigration is located near the Tahuichi soccer stadium in the Zona Sur.


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confused!!!! very confused!!! and traveling this saturday HELP please!!!

by gabriela
(texas, USA)

im ecuadorian, my husband is bolivian , our four year old is a USA born citizen.... we r traveling to bolivia next saturday, and i just found out our son needs a visa, various problems here.. my husband is in mexico away in business(he is coming back friday night in time for our trip), so i cant go and request a visa at the bolivian consulate , as BOTH parents must be present... my son's USA passport expires on oct.2010, im not sure how the six months minimum are counted, if its by months (starting may) we r ok, if its date to date, we only have 5 months... neither my son, or myself have yellow fever shot... so, i've been reading, and i know i can get the visa for him at the airport.. or so i think... can i???

... next option, im an ecuadorian citizen , and thru me, my son holds dual citizenship, he has is national identification card (DIN, in spanish) and by the mercosur treaty as an ecuadorian, im allow to travel to bolivia only with the DIN card... at least this is what it says on many websites, but neither the bolivian or ecuadorian websites are specific about it...

so, to sum it up... how are the months counted in the passport? (i want to know if i can use my son's USA passport, and just get the visa at the airport).... can we (my son and i) as ecuadorian citizens (we r in group one for the visa) travel to bolivia with only our national identification cards? no passport needed?

thank you so much for ur help.... i will be calling the consulate tomorrow, but even them are sometimes confused with their policies....

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Call the Bolivian Consulate in Washinton DC
by: Anonymous

Since you are traveling in just a few days your best bet is probably to call the Bolivian Consulate in Washington D.C. where they are very knowledgeable and sometimes more up to date about visa questions than other Bolivian consulates in the US.

I'm not 100% sure, but I think the passport has to be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date on which travel begins. They will know the answer to this.

Be sure to mention that his father is Bolivian and will be traveling with the child. Mentioning this is important.

Also mention that the child has Ecuadorian citizenship and ask them if they think it would be best for your son to travel on his Ecuadorian passport to Bolivia. However, also ask them if he travels on his Ecuadorian passport to Bolivia, which passport should he use to return to the US. The Ecuadorian passport or the US passport.

Also ask them if it would be possible to get the yellow fever shot upon arrival. We've heard some tourists are administered the shot at the border before entering, but this has usually been at road borders between Chile and Peru. Not sure if you could get it at the airport upon arriving in Bolivia, but it would be a good idea to ask.

CONSULADO GENERAL DE BOLIVIA
en Washington DC
4420 Connecticut Avenue Nw Suite # 2
Washington, D.C. 20008
Teléfonos: (202) 232 4827 / 28
Fax: (202) 232 8017
Website: www.bolivia-usa.org

As you can see, this is why the information on our visa page, although it is as updated as possible, can apply differently to each individual. Because every person has a distinct passport and citizenship situation. I think the consulate in DC is your best option for information.

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Bolivia visa requirements for Guineen?

by Balde Bah
(Conakry)

As a guineen how can I get a tourist visa to enter Bolivia?

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Bolivia visa for Korean passport holders?

by zbd
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Bolivia visa for Korean passport holders?

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I Want to go to Bolivia

by Umair Riaz
(Pakistan)


I'm from Pakistan. I can visit to Bolivia for study visa. Please help me to apply.

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visa for bolivia for pakistani
by: Anonymous

i want to know how and where can i get bolivian visa for pakistani passport holder living in Pakistan.

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follow up
by: Sajjad

I see this was posted many years ago?
Did you make it to Bolivia from Pakistan?
My wife is in Pakistan, and I need to bring her to Bolivia as well, so that's why I am interested in knowing what happened to you.

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Requisitos para solicitar residencia permanente en Bolivia?

by Yolanda
(Santa Cruz Bolivia)

Cuales son los Requisitos para solicitar residencia permanente en Bolivia.

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Tourist Visa for Singapore Passport Holders

by Jane
(Singapore)

I'm planning to visit Bolivia in Sep 2012. Initially I noted from VARIOUS website that visa on arrival is available for Singapore Passport Holders. However, I just learnt that this may not be accurate. As I don't have much time, would really appreciate if someone can advise me asap.

I've already purchased my flight tickets.
Thanks so much.

Jane
Singaporean

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Thanks!
by: JL

DJ and Jane, thank you very much for the confirmation! I am from Group II as well, and I was worried I may not obtain my tourist visa in time before my travels due to all the document-requirements requested by the Bolivian Embassy. Was thinking I may have to give the Salt Lakes a miss! At least now I know there is an alternative to obtain it at the Peru-Bolivia border if all else fails! Many thanks!

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Updated info
by: DJ

Just wanted to post about our experience in case there are others in a similar situation in the future. Like Jane mentioned, it was really easy to get the visa upon arrival at the airport (we flew into La Paz). Citizens of Group II countries pay 360 Bs (for some reason they only accept bolivianos, but that is the equivalent of US$52 right now). Since we didn't have bolivianos on hand, we were allowed to go into the terminal area to either exchange money or use the ATM. All in all, very easy. And definitely much easier than trying to get the visa in advance (the consulate asks for a variety of documents; although if you do get it in advance, it is free for Group II countries.) At the airport they didn't ask for any documents, not even a completed visa application form or photo (even though we had all those things with us). All we needed was our passports and the cash. We traveled to Bolivia in early Dec. 2012.

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Thanks!
by: DJ

Great, thanks so much for the update. Very helpful. Hope you enjoyed your trip.

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Visa for Singaporeans
by: Jane

Well I went to Bolivia by getting a visa twice on arrival- this was at la Paz airport (30 sep 2012) and border btw Peru and Bolivia ( 29 oct 2012). Paid in bolivianos 330 equivalent of US $52. Afraid u must give it in bolivianos. There is a money changer at rhe aiport but we went in at the early hours of the morning so a friend brought the money to us. We tried changing in the US - most banks required at least a week or more. It was considered "rare" currency. But none of the banks were able to get it. As the visa issued is only for single entry, after Peru had to re enter at the border town and again had no problem getting the visa at the same rate.

I hope u have an enjoyable trip.

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Were you able to get your visa at the border?
by: DJ

Hi Jane, I am in a similar situation and have read/heard conflicting information, plus the consulate I called told me I can't get it at the airport. How did it go? Were you able to get your visa at the airport? I am also on a passport of Group II country, so wondering what others' experience has been.

Thanks in advance for any update!

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exact wording of the resolution
by: Anonymous

The exact wording (title) of this page

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

is as follows:

RELACIÓN DE PAÍSES QUE REQUIEREN VISA DE TURISMO PARA INGRESAR A BOLIVIA (SIN CONSULTA PREVIA AL SERVICIO NACIONAL DE MIGRACIÓN, A TRAVÉS DE LA OFICINA CONSULAR O MISIÓN DIPLOMÁTICA BOLIVIANA) Grupo II

Translation:

List of countries that do require a tourist visa to enter Bolivia (WITHOUT PRIOR CONSULTATION with the National Immigration Service, through a consular office, or Bolivian diplomatic mission, Group II).

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visa for singapore passport holders
by: Anon

THROUGH the consular or diplomatic mission BOLIVIANA) Group II

I think it means that you can obtain the visa thru the bolivian consulate or embassy. In this case it has to be thru the Bolivian embassy in beijing or tokyo.


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Singaoore citizens will be issued visa upon arrival
by: Anonymous

Singapore (Singapur in Spanish) is in Group 2. You need a visa, but it will be issued to you upon arrival at the airport. You can see the Bolivian government's Ministry of Foreign Affairs website here. Why don't you print out this page and carry it with you. At least that way, when you arrive you can show the immigration officials that the official government page says that.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

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Documents required for a travelling visa to Bolivia - Hong Kong citizen?

by G C
(Hong Kong, China)

As i am a Hong Kong citizen in Asia, but the nearest Bolivian Consulate is in Beijing, China, could anyone tell me what the prerequisite documents are to apply visa upon land border crossings?

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Visa requirements for HKSAR passport

by Candy
(Buenos Aires, Argentina)

We are now in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Does anyone know if we (Hong Kong SAR passport holders) can get a visa to enter Bolivia at the Consulate-General of Bolivia in Buenos Aires? If yes, what documents shall be required and how long does it take to process? Thank you in advance!

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HKSAR for Bolivia
by: KC

You are definitely refused landing if you had not got a visa at Beijing Office in advance.

They Bolivian do not provide any assistance to Chinese nationals to entering their place at overseas embassy.

Thats what I have researched for months and quite sure it's true.

so forget it Candy and enjoy the trip in S.A.

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Indonesia citizen to get Bolivia tourist visa

by tyas
(indonesia)

Hi, Can Indonesia citizen get bolivia tourist visa in Bolivia embassy in Peru? I planned to go to Peru before heading to Bolivia. How long is the process? May I get mail contact of Bolivia embassy in Peru?

Tx, tyas

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visa tourist for Indonesian Pasport
by: Anonymous

Hi..
I want to ask, is Indonesian Pasport need visa to go Bolivia as a Tourist
thanks

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bolivia visa
by: Anonymous

Hi am indoensian,living in indonesia, where i can get visa to bolivia in indonesia? can i get arrive visa as in indonesia didnt have bolivia embassy

Pls advise , thanks

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Bolivia Visa
by: Anonymous

Hi,
Can I know how to go Bolivia from Jakarta Indonesia?
How much it cost? and how much the money needed for 2 weeks? and for the visa? how can i get the visa? is there i can get visa on arrival? thanks ^_^

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Bolivian visa via Peru
by: Anonymous

Hi Tyas,
I emailed the Bolivian consulate in Lima, Peru and they said after submitting all the docs we need to wait 30 days for their answer.
Ranie

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bolivian consulate in peru
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Bolivian Consulate in Peru
colivianlima@hotmail.com
TEL: (51-1) 4228231
FAX: (51-1) 2224594
Av. Los Castaños Nº 235 San Isidro
Lima, Peru
Hours: 8:30 to 16:30

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visa to enter bolivia cameroon citizen

by Bello
(Yaounde, Cameroon)

I am Cameroonian with no Bolivia Consulate around. How can i get visa to enter Bolivia?

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Visa required for Cameroon citizen
by: Yannick

I am a Cameroonian that wish to spend some small time with my girl in Bolivia. Please can any one help me advise what do i need to get the visas
Thanks and waiting

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Tourist Visa for Malaysian Passport Holder

I am a Malaysian passport holder which I plan to travel to SA and visit Bolivia for few days in a very near time. There is no consulate in our country for us to apply through, I am worry there have been many changes in immigration laws and rule in Bolivia and wondering to know with very sure if we still can get Visa on the spot upon arrival and wanted to know also how much the process fee, Thank you very much !

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Australian Citizen visiting Bolivia, Santa Cruz for more than 30 days. Visa?

by Maria
(Sydney, Australia, NSW)

I'm going to visit my friend in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, from America in about a month and a half.. Do I need a visa? I understand that as an Australian citizen, its required that I get a visa to visit there for 30 days or less, but I want to stay in Bolivia for nearly two months. Do I need a visa? What things do I need? What type of Visa do I need? Where do I go to apply for the visa?

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You can get a Visa at the airport.
by: Henry Hurt.

One option that I highly recommend is getting it done at the airport once you arrive in country. Forget about the consulate, they don?t know jack and you won?t even get straight answers. I called the consulate several times to get info about obtaining a visa for my wife, and they put me through the automated service, that has the same info as website of Bolivia-usa.org. When I wanted to ask if it?s really and I mean really required to get an invitation written by ?ME? a Bolivian born, inviting my wife traveling with me. The response I got from them was ?YES, YOU NEED ALL DOCUMENTATION STATED IN THE RECORDING?. I did get their visas in the US. We were able to purchase the Visa without any requirements at Immigration at the airport. I recommend you do the same.

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Australian tourist visa to Bolivia
by: BoliviaBella

I'm not Australian, and I'm not an expert on the subject of visas, but the Bolivian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website has 3 lists of countries that do and do not need tourist visas.

Australia is in Group 1 - Countries that do not need a tourist visa to travel to Bolivia. See it here:

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

However, it's advisable to call a Bolivian consulate in the U.S. since you are there, to verify if this is current - because the date on their website says 31/10/2007.

Also, you would want to ask them how long you can stay in Bolivia and still be considered a tourist. For many countries it's 90 days. Ask them to be sure.

Try the Bolivian Consulate in Washington, D.C.

www.bolivia-usa-org

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Visa for a Nepalese citizen going to Bolivia

by Santosh Lamichhane
(Kathmandu, Nepal)

Hello, I'm a Nepalese citizen now in Kathmandu, Nepal ... I'm planning to go to visit Bolivia for 2 weeks before going to Argentina ... As you've mentioned Nepal in a group of 2 shall I obtain tourist visa before flying to Bolivia from Nepal? And if I'm required to get the visa then where should I contact where we don't have Bolivian Embassy and consulate here in Nepal !!!

Do I get the visit visa there directly in La Paz airport? And how much is a Visit Visa Costs ???

I'll be appreciating any cooperation extended so that i'll be planning going to Bolivia sooner ...

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We want to go bolivia
by: Anonymous

Dear all friends good morning, We are t friends want to go bolivia, Can anyone help me how i can go nepal to bolivia, If anyone can help me i will pay you everything, Immidatetly contact my,
My international whatsapp number is, +994 50 742 90 55 My Nepali contact number is, 9818356773. I am in kathmandu now.

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visiting bolivia
by: rabin khadka

hi everybody i do not know how can i reach to bolivia i am in dubai right now and going back to my country the next week and want to visit bolivia but different people tells me that now its difficult to travel bolivia even though the visa is on arrival can somebody tells me that what documents are needed for travelling to bolivia can somebody help me please i am waiting for somebody answer

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want to visit bolivia
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i want to visit bolivia as i am a nepali citizen can somebody please give me a hint how can i be there and what do i need to go there like documents and dollars please i am waiting for someone answer or ca email me my email address is khadkarabin29@gmail.com

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i am here
by: bharat

Dear all, anybody like to visit bolivia and any lattin american country from nepal? I am from nepal. stying this area before long time.you can contect me for best trip to around here.thanks

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Best Recommendations for Tourist Attractions in Bolivia
by: BoliviaBella.com

@Birbal: We suggest you take a look at our Bolivia Tourism section to see all of the amazing tourist attractions in Bolivia that we have listed. Bolivia is indeed a lovely country and we wish you well and happy travels.

Mar 14, 2015
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by: Birbal Kunwar

Dear sir
Firstly, We Nepalese are coming to
visit Bolivia.
We want the list of places which are
mostly renowned on Bolivia.
We Nepalese want to visit mostly
Cultural,Traditional,old and historical
places.
We want those places which are really
interesting and terribly attractive.
The places should be really attractive
so that we can express our feelings
of Bolivia to all the Nepalese.
Thank you

BIRBAL KUNWAR
+9779816608606

Jan 04, 2015
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need information about bolivian visa for nepalese citizens
by: Rajeev

Hello,

Has some one been to Bolivia recently?

I am going to Bolivia in April. I would like to know if the nepalese tourists can get a visa upon arrival at Paz airport.

Is the yellow fever certificate necessary.

Thanks for the information.

RAJEEV

Jul 12, 2014
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quite confused
by: kamal lalchan

Bolivia tourist visa is required for citizens of Nepal. please check here.....
http://bolivia.visahq.com/requirements/Nepal/

Feb 25, 2014
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Bolivian visa
by: Anonymous

Dear dhital Ji , visa is on arrival. Visa fee is as per your duration of stay as per my experience. I am already back in ktm after wonderful stay over there. Not so difficult.

Feb 23, 2014
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Pabita Dhital
by: Anonymous

Hi this is Pabita Dhital from Nepal now I live in Kathmandu. I want to visit Bolivia but I didn't get thorough. How can I get Bolivia visa and where should I contact? Please let me know what is the Bolivia visa process from Nepal and how much cost it takes for visa process

Aug 03, 2013
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Do nepali citizen need visa to travel in Bolivia for short visit during post shooting.
by: Kamal Kunwar

Dear Rebeca Gonzales,
My name is Kamal Kunwar a producer of film producation company. I have invitation from Bolivian Production company. Do I need to have visa for me and my team? Where shall I contact. Please give me your number so I would like to have an opinion from your side.

Kamal

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Phone +591-7788-2222

Jul 11, 2013
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Visa for South American countries,
by: gaurav

Dear, i am planning for a bike trip around south america by myself in 2014, and end it in Brazil for the World cup,
please do suggest me the countries where we Nepalese are issued visa on arrival, and also do they allow Nepali licence in South American countries, please respond to me on (gaurav.shrestha@live.com)
thank you,

Jul 11, 2013
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visit Bolivia
by: H. Thapa

Hi friends, I am Nationality of Nepal and currently in Kathmandu and planning to visit Bolivia, can you advice me, what is the best airline route for this flight ? Interesting place to visit ? How is Bolivian People ? can I buy tour package ? Please advice.

Thanks

H Thapa
Kathmandu
Nepal


Apr 25, 2013
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please give me infarmation
by: Anonymous

Dear rebeca this is dev from santiago i hava a quation please help me ,, i anm working here in chile i am plannig to visit bolivia could i get a visa in imegration or i have to apply in embassy

Feb 11, 2013
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Bolivia trip
by: Manzeel

Hello, I'm a Nepalese citizen now in Kathmandu, Nepal ... I'm planning to go to visit Bolivia for 2 weeks before going to Brazil ... As you've mentioned Nepal in a group of 2 shall I obtain tourist visa before flying to Bolivia from Nepal? And if I'm required to get the visa then where should I contact where we don't have Bolivian Embassy and consulate here in Nepal !!!

Do I get the visit visa there directly in La Paz airport? And which types of travel document i need for visa?and how much is a Visit Visa Costs ???

I'll be appreciating any cooperation extended so that i'll be planning going to Bolivia sooner ...plese suggest me,
Thank you...

Feb 07, 2013
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Bolivia trip
by: Manzeel

Hello, I'm a Nepalese citizen now in Kathmandu, Nepal ... I'm planning to go to visit Bolivia for 2 weeks before going to Brazil ... As you've mentioned Nepal in a group of 2 shall I obtain tourist visa before flying to Bolivia from Nepal? And if I'm required to get the visa then where should I contact where we don't have Bolivian Embassy and consulate here in Nepal !!!

Do I get the visit visa there directly in La Paz airport? And which types of travel document i need for visa?and how much is a Visit Visa Costs ???

I'll be appreciating any cooperation extended so that i'll be planning going to Bolivia sooner ...

Jul 22, 2012
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Santosh g
by: Anonymous

Dear Santosh Gee ,i am shocked reading your commentS .aS I KNOW MANY COUNTRY FROM SOUTH AMERICA AND CARRI BEAN ARE ON ARRIVAL FOR NEPALESE . i AM ALSO FLYING TO BOLIVIA VERY SOON . I AM NOW IN NEPAL . PLEASE SUGGEST ME THE CHEAP ROUTE FOR BOLIVIA .

May 11, 2012
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Continued from before
by: Anonymous

Contd ...

So I left by that day afternoon from Corrientes and from Buenos Aires in the evening where I should be also thankful to whole Qatar Airways who gave me the boarding that very day on 21 April 2012 when I had return ticket only of 22nd April ... On the 23rd April I arrived to my home place Kathmandu, Nepal ...

Although I'm here in home Kathmandu but still my thoughts and memories are only in Santa Cruz of Bolivia and Resistencia of Argentina ... I hope and I've made myself a decision that next time I'll be there for longer and may be will be staring my own business there so that most of time I'll be spending my time there living there ...
I'm in love with Santa Cruz and Resistencia ... I'd be writing more later and now excited thinking I'll be flying again on July/August ... This time I'd definitely visit BoliviaBella office with the souveniers from Nepal ...

From Santosh Lamichhane

May 11, 2012
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From Bolivia to Argentina
by: Anonymous

I enjoyed too much and my friends that I made in Santa Cruz were like my family members-sister whom I could tust ... After staying in Santa Cruz for about two weeks I went to Yacuiba which is the small city of Bolivia bordering to Argentina Salvador Mazza ... Actually I wanted to go to Argentina in when I went to the consulate of Argentine consulate they told me to wait for 10 days and still visa is not for sure that's why I went to Yacuiba as per as my friend and is the member of the BoliviaBella team who is now as my own family member ...

Then I stayed and Yacuiba for about a week because it's also so lovely city I don't know why I liked the people from there but i like to admit it and it's very nice silent place ...

From there when I left hotel with my two local friends to border I was asked that I've to go to the Argentine consulate in Yacuiba but since the Bolivian immigration side already had stamped exit on my Passport I was supposed to apply again for the visa the Bolivian side, but when my friends who were helping me made a request to them ; they afterwards amended on my Passport. Then I went to Argentine consulate in Yacuiba before going back to my hotel. I was told to come by following day.

When I went to the consular that day the consular was there who was so friendly and he gave me visa as a tranit visa for 10 days whden I asked for 3 days ... I still need to thank him and all of the Bolivian friends and The BolivianBella team because without (BolivianBella) team I would never have flied from Nepal ...

I stayed in Resistencia for 10 days in Resistencia
and I don't even come to know that my visa is for 21st April only and I noticed it only by that very day morning . Then I went to office of Aerolineas Argentina then asked to replace my returning ticket of Santa Cruz, Bolivia to Buenos Aires into
Resistencia to Buenos Aires because I've to catch connecting flight of Qatar Airways explaining I'm unable to extend the visa because it's transit visa and to return Santa Cruz or to Bolivian border takes 12+ hours !!! I was lucky that without paying anything in extra he did replaced it making ticket of Corrientes (neighboring city of Resistencia which is 20 KM from Resistencia) ...

Contd ...
Santosh Lamichhane

Mar 31, 2012
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Nepalese going to Bolivia
by: Anonymous

Dear Bimal ji,

I just arrived here in Santa Cruz yesterday where I changes my travel date to 28 ...

As I told you if you have a good travel plan and feel the immigration that you came for travelling Bolivia then everything goes well and will get the visa instantly ... I'll be in touch or can callme at +59177632169 any time ...

From Santosh

Mar 28, 2012
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Deat Santosh Ji---Advice required
by: Anonymous

Dear Santosh Ji, I hope you are in Bolivia and enjoying there.Please let me know your experience at Bolivian airport and at boarding airport to Bolivia. Did they allow to board to Bolivia easily or asked questions?
I am waiting your reply eagerly.
Bimal Sharma

Mar 22, 2012
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Thanks for the reply
by: Anonymous

Thank you very mush Santosh ji. I am awaiting your reply and please let me know your experience in entry point and the document that must be shown.
Bimal Sharma Nepal.

Mar 22, 2012
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reply to
by: Anonymous

Dear Bimal ji, my flight is by today evening 11:30 PM and will reach Santa Cruz by 24 March 11:30 AM there local time ... I'll update all then ... You can get the visa on arrival in La Paz & Santa Cruz on arrival ...but please make sure you have enough suportting travel documents which speaks for you ...

Thanks

From Santosh Lamichhane, Kathmandu, Nepal ...

Mar 21, 2012
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Information Reqr
by: Bimal Sharma

Dear Santosh,
Have you received the visa easily in Bolivia ? I am also planning to visit in April. Please reply as soon as you go through it.

Feb 24, 2012
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I'm satisfied with the answer from one of the staff of Boliviabella
by: Santosh Lamichhane

Hi this is me the same person (Santosh) who wrote above before and got the answer from one of the coperative staff of BoliviaBella by email ...
Thanks to both the BoliviaBella & Ms.Rebeca Gonzales which made me ending my frustration where I was stuck in a confusion from a year and keep on cancelling my flights to Buenos Aires after having some misunderstanding with the Argentine Embassy in New Delhi due to some local clerks there entertaining for me to go thru some unregistered agents with amount of US$ 6000 . From that day I was looking for some websites who clearly gives the answer to your query. It's shame on those people who always looks all the people with the same point of view ... Yes I know before I've to seen some Asians going to south america and later going to the land trying to enter the USA illegaly but that doesn't mean I should be among from them!!! I just thouight to go to some beauitiful countries of South America and go to my vist my girl friend's place in Argentina ...

This was an email I got in reply from the BoliviaBella
"Dear Sir,

My name is Rebeca Gonzales, i work for bolivia bella Expath Services, 

I receive your email and i am going to help you.

Nepalese citizen can obtain tourist visa when arrive to Bolivia, as soon as you land you will be lead to Migration office, there you are going to explain your intention to visit Bolivia, how long and also your plans to visit Argentina later.
Be sure your passport has at least 6 month more of validity.

The cost of this visa is about 100 - 150 u$d dollars.

I hope i have helped you, anything give a call when you arrive to Bolivia, i live inSanta Cruz. Good luck

Rebeca Gonzales
mobile: (591) -------- "

Thanks a lot once again Rebeca and whole BoliviaBella team ... Will call you when I reach there on 15-16th of March when I reach there... Tomorrow I'll forward my itineary ... Now feeling excited with my new trip :) its my first trip to that region though I've only visited 6% of the our earth :( want to see all before I die ;)

Santosh Lamichhane

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Canadian staying too long in Bolivia?

by Anthony
(SCZ, Bolivia)

I am a Canadian who is completing an internship in Bolivia for 4 months, since April 30, 2010. When I came to Bolivia, I was told that I had 90 days to stay in the country. I had planned to stay till July, then take a flight out of the country to Argentina for the weekend, and then head back in to renew the visa.

According to your website, these regulations have changed, and I'm now concerned about my trip. If I understand correctly, I need to renew my visa every 30 days at a charge of $30. Secondly, that if I end up leaving the country, I will be denied re-entry. Thirdly, I absolutely cannot pass more than 90 days here in Bolivia... If this is the case, what should I do? Is my only option to rebook my flight and get out before my 90 days are up?

Thanks!

Anthony

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Mar 22, 2011
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has this been resolved?
by: Anonymous

Hi I am a Canadian currently staying in Cochabamba. I will be overstaying my 90 day tourist visa by a few days, but was told that I can pay. I then planned to leave the country (to visit friends in Brasil) and then return to bolivia for 90 more days. I have heard conflicting information about this.... I was wondering if anyone has concrete information as to whether a Canadian can receive a 2nd tourist visa within the calendar year?

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Canadian staying too long in Bolivia
by: BoliviaBella

What we're being told is that people who have entered on a 90-day TOURIST visa are no longer able to cross over the border and come back on another 90-day TOURIST visa because no one is allowed more than 90 days per calendar year.

The VISA DE OBJETO DETERMINADO (specific purpose visa) is the visa people should actually be using to enter the country if they plan to reside here MORE than 90 days. However, it is usually used by people who plan to start their residency request process once they get here.

Unfortunately, this is a problem more and more volunteers are coming up against, especially since they often spend more than 90 days in the country but less than one year and don't really plan or want to be actual residents.

I'm going to ask the English-speaking lawyer who works with us to see what she thinks can be done. I'll send you an email.

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Bolivia visa for Thai citizen

by Dalad Harivarawongse
(Bangkok, Thailand)

Dear Sir, I would like to ask you a question about how to get a visa for Bolivia.
I and my husband are citizens of Thailand planning to visit Bolivia on vacation and I have checked that we can get a tourist visa on arrival . However, the information is not confirmed so I would like to double check with you if this is correct or not. That is --can we get visa for Bolivia on arrival or do we have to get visa from the consulate. If we need to get visa from consulate, where and how should we arrange to do that? Since we do not have Bolivia embassy or consulate in Thailand.

I look forward to hearing your advice soon

Thank you and Best Regards,

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Use the consulate locator to find a Bolivian consulate
by: BoliviaBella.com

This page contains a "locator" that you can use to search for a Bolivian consulate in a country near you. Simply click on the menu next to the word "consulados" and a list will appear of all the countries where Bolivia has consulates. Click the name of a country near you, and it will open a page with all of the contact information.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/principal.aspx?idSeccion=6

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Consult a consulate in another country
by: BoliviaBella.com

You may wish to consult a Bolivian consulate in any country near you for a second opinion. See what the Bolivian cancilleria told us about that on this page:

www.boliviabella.com/what-to-do-when-there-is-no-bolivian-consulate-in-your-country.html

Aug 07, 2014
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Bolivia visa for Thais
by: Anonymous

Thank you for your comment
I saw this too but am still worrying if it would be too risky to just rely on this info. Unfortunately there is no Bolivia embassy in Thailand for me to double check and i have called other places and got different kind of information! I am quite confused now.

Aug 07, 2014
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Tourist visa on arrival for citizens from Thailand
by: BoliviaBella.com

According to the Bolivian government's Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, citizens of Thailand (Tailandia, in Spanish) do need a tourist visa, but are not required to obtain it prior to arrival - the tourist visa will be issued upon arrival in Bolivia. This is their website. Perhaps it would be a good idea to print out their page and carry it with you.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

This applies ONLY to tourist visas, and not to foreigners who will be moving to Bolivia to seek residency.

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Hong Kong passport holder with Peruvian carnet de extranjería

by Ryanyft
(San Vicente de Cañete, Peru )

Hi, I would like to ask if I will have any trouble getting into Bolivia with my Peru carnet de extranjería in Puno? I have read some official documents online that people with CE can enter Bolivia with no problem, but some people said that the immigration official will turn it down! If I need to apply for a visa, I would be in group 3 as I hold a Hong Kong passport, and is the procedure very troublesome? Thank you so much for your help! Ryan

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Bolivia Visa for Israeli citizens

by Tanya
(Haifa, Israel)

My husband and I are planning a day trip to Tiwanaku during our trip to Peru in September this year. What is the best way to get a Bolivian visa if we are citizens of Israel?

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Bolivia visa requirement for HK SAR passport holder

Hi there, Can you tell me how Hong Kong SAR passport holder apply for Bolivia travel visa?

Thanks

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Visa to Bolivia for Hong Kong People

by Sammy Cheung
(Hong Kong)

Dear Sir/Madam. I come form Hong Kong, I want to go to Peru and Bolivia in the middle of November, I hold the Hong Kong SAR passport, Can I apply the Bolivia visa in Puno, Peru and Cuszo, Peru. If available, please give me the address in this two place.....Thx

Sammy Cheung
Email: panasonic4e@hotmail.com

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Egipcio puede solicitar visa de turismo a Bolivia desde Argentina?

by Osama M. Hassan
(Dubai, united Arab Emirates )

Estaré en Argentina durante un mes .. Soy egipcio, puedo solicitar una visa para Bolivia a partir de ahí? si puedo cuáles son los requisitos?
muchas gracias

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British National requiring work visa

by Rebecca
(Buenos Aires)

Hi, I am a british national who wishes to volunteer in Bolivia for 1-2months. I am currently in Argentina and will be going from here to Bolivia, meaning I cannot obtain a work visa for Bolivia from the UK.

Is it possible to get a work visa from Argentina at a Bolivian Embassy and please could you let me know of any specific requirements or costs I may incur.

I would be very grateful for your assistance.

Thank you,
Rebecca

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Thank you!
by: Rebecca

Thank you very much for clarifying that for me. You have put my mind at ease :-)

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volunteers don't need work visas
by: Anonymous

You don't need a work visa if you're coming to Bolivia to volunteer. Work visas are for those who are going to be paid to work. You should be OK coming with a tourist visa as long as you get a 90-day tourist visa.

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visit visa for Bangladeshi citizens

by SOHAIL
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I need to know about Bolivia visit visa for Bangladeshi citizens and how to get visa from Bangladesh.

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VISA Requirement for Indian passport holder living in the Cayman Islands


(Grand Cayman)

We are planning to travel to Bolivia in September. We hold an Indian passport and currently live in Cayman Islands on a work permit. Can you please let us know the visa requirements for us. We understand that the VISA can be obtained on arrival. If so, what all documents we need to carry to get the visa on arrival. We will be arriving in La Paz from Miami. From Bolivia we will be leaving for Peru for which we are obtaining the visa.

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Citizens of China and Iran no Longer Need to Apply for a Tourist Visa Prior to Arrival in Bolivia



According to the Gaceta Oficial de Bolivia, a government publication on new and updated laws, the Bolivian government has announced that citizens of China and Iran no longer need to apply for a tourist visa prior to arriving in Bolivia. A visa will be issued to them at the airport in Bolivia upon arrival. Via Supreme Decree No. 2097, passed on 27 August and published on 05 September, 2014 Bolivia has upgraded Chinese and Iranian citizens from the Group 3 visa group (obtain a visa at a Bolivian consulate in your country prior to traveling to Bolivia) to Group 2 visa group (tourist visa will be issued upon arrival).

This applies to tourist visas only. Citizens of ALL countries wishing to travel to Bolivia to seek residency must still apply for a "visa de objeto determinado" (specific purpose visa) to enter Bolivia.


Date: 08 September 2014
Source: http://www.gacetaoficialdebolivia.gob.bo/normas/buscar/2097

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Visa on arrival by land as well?
by: Anonymous

I am Chinese and I plan to go to Bolivia from Brazil by land, can we get the visa on arrival by land as well? Thanks

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What requirements must be met for a Bolivian partner Visa if I am a UK citizen?

by Molly
(Cambridge, UK)

I have a Bolivian boyfriend who I intend to marry in the next year. I will be living with him for a year in Bolivia starting summer 2013. The tourist visa is expensive for the lack of flexibility it gives me. What are my other options? Particularly if I want to work?

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Jan 28, 2013
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Visa
by: Grant

I have been through this, and believe me it is a pain in the backside, but if you get organised it will take some stress out of it. Be prepared for lots of paperwork, spending money, and waiting in queues.

As soon as you get to Bolivia on your specific purpose visa, head straight to Interpol as this can take the longest, up to 20 days. Then to FELCC for verification of address. You also need a HIV test.

Plus lots of forms to fill. If you go over the 30 days you will be fined 20Bs per day.

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The tourist visa is not an option for you, given your stated plans
by: Anonymous

If you plan to move to Bolivia, reside there and work there, the tourist visa is not an option for you anyway. The tourist visa gives you a maximum of 90 days in Bolivia per calendar year and this is strictly enforced. You may not work under a tourist visa, and you may not request residency if you entered on a tourist visa.

You will have to apply (at the Bolivian consulate in your country) for a visa de objeto determinado (specific purpose visa) to travel to Bolivia, stating that your specific purpose for traveling to Bolivia is to live with your boyfriend, work, and eventually marry.

This visa will cost you $85 in your country but you should be forewarned that, unlike the tourist visa which gives you 90 days to remain in the country, on the SPV you will have only 30 days in Bolivia during which time you must immediately apply for residency. The only way you can legally live and work in Bolivia for one year is to apply for residency.

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Visa fees for Bulgarians

by Alexandra
(Sofia)

Can someone tell me the visa fees for European citizens (EU), particularly Bulgarian?

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visas for bulgarians to bolivia
by: Anonymous

Not sure what the fee is, but what I can tell you is that Bulgaria is in Group 2, which means you don't need to get your tourist visa in advance. You will be issued the visa upon arrival.

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

Unless you plan to move here to request residency, in which case you have to go to a Bolivian consulate near you and get a Visa de Objeto Determinado (not a tourist visa) and the price for that is $85.

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Bolivia Visa Requirements for Danish Citizens

Hi I am going to Bolivia June 19th for 3 weeks and was first told that I would get a 30 day visa at the airport in Bolivia, however now I have been told that I should get my visa before hand here in Denmark and since I don't have more than 20 days before I go this worries me, that's why I would like to know if it is still possible to get a visa at the airport?

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Jun 02, 2012
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visa form on the way out
by: BoliviaBella.com

Michael is correct about the small portion of the form, which you must retain and show as you leave the country. It's also important you don't lose it because if you want to extend your stay you will need to show it.

Even though citizens of your country are not required to have a visa, the time you are allowed to remain in the country is limited (so that no one can enter on a tourist visa and stay here indefinitely.)

So immigration gives either 30, 60 or 90 days depending on the agreements Bolivia has with other countries (not sure what the agreement is with Denmark) and if you would decide to stay longer, you'd have to request an extension. So don't lose it.

Jun 01, 2012
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Visa for danske
by: Michael

Hej.
Proceduren er som beskrevet ovefor. Husk dit pas skal være gyldigt min 6 mdr efter udrejse af Bolivia. Du udfylder typisk immigrations formular(grøn) inden man kommer til feks lufthavnen. Udleveres i flyet. Den nederste del af formularen med dato og stempel udleveres til dig igen. Husk at gemme denne. Skal bruges ved udrejse af Bolivia.
ER der flere spm. så skriv endelig.
Mvh
Michael
mira587@hotmail.com

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tourist visa
by: Anonymous

Hello,
Is still posible to get the tourist visa at the airport in Bolivia, don´t worry.
Upon arrival you will be led to immigration office, there you explain your visit plan. Good Luck
Regards
solucioneslegales.srz@gmail.com

Danish citizens are not required to have a tourist visa, as you can see on this Bolivian government page:

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

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Do Malaysian citizen are in the group two that can have a visa upon arrival?

by yuaan
(Qatar)

Do Malaysian citizen are in the group two that can have a visa of Bolivia upon arrival? or need to be apply prior entree to Bolivia.

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Bolivia tourist visa for Korean passport holders

by Jong kim
(Lima Peru)

I'm staying Lima Peru. And have a plan to Cuenca. 10 days later, I will reach to the boarder of Bolivia. Can l get a tourist Visa at the border? And any other opinion?

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Were you able to get your visa at the border?
by: DJ

Hi Jong,
I am in a similar situation (also on a passport from Group II country - Bulgaria) and was wondering what your experience was in the end. Were you able to get your visa at the border?

Thanks!

Oct 21, 2012
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Tuesday morning
by: Sammy & Colin

South Korea is in Group 2, so you should be able to get the visa at the border.
Only North Korea is in group 3 and have to apply before entering Bolivia.
Hope you enjoyed Lake Titicaca.

Oct 06, 2012
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Tourist Visa for Korean
by: Anonymous

Korea belongs to group III of countries.
They can get a tourist visa in the border. They will probably get 30 days to 90 days.

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Tourist for 40days, UK Citizenship

by Daniel Romp
(Birmingham)

Hi, I am wondering if I would need a Visa of any sort when traveling to Bolivia. I was born and live in England, Great Britain and I will be staying with friends for approximately 40 days.

Thank You, Daniel Romp.

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UK tourist visa for Bolivia
by: BoliviaBella

The latest information available on the Bolivian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website is that UK citizens are in Group 1 for visas - a group that does not need a visa to enter Bolivia:

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

Your country would be (in Spanish) REINO UNIDO DE
GRAN BRETAÑA E IRLANDA DEL NORTE on this list.

To be 100% sure, you might consider contacting the Bolivian embassy or consulate nearest you:

Embassy of Bolivia in London, United Kingdom
106 Eaton Square
London SW1W 9AD - Great Britain
Phone: 020 7235 4248
020 7235 4255
Fax: 020 7235 1286
Email: info@boembassy-london.com

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How to get tourist visa in bolivia for Philippine citizens

by josephine
(bahrain)

If it possible for me to get bolivia tourist visa. I'm a Philippine citizen and what is the requirements to process the travel documents thank you.

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Bolivia visa requirements for Philippine citizens
by: BoliviaBella.com

Please refer to our page on Bolivia Visa Requirements. You will find the process explained there.

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Tourist Visa Enquiry for Singaporean

by Brenda
(Singapore)

Dear Sir/Mdm, we are 2girls travel/bacpacking from Singapore to South America. We intend to do overland by buses crossing border to border,so if we are crossing from Peru to Bolivia,and i understand that our country is on group 2 list,which we would actually obtain tourist visa at bolivia border itself,pls let me know that this info is the correct and updated info,thanks and much appreciate.(we do have make our injection done on our country of origin for yellow fever vaccine,so we could show on the border if they need us to present to immigration office in Bolivia,no problem)

Much appreciate if you would provide any additional info that might concern us or need to be done when we arrive Boliva,thanks!

Also is there any Singapore Embassy in Bolivia,pls do let me know,thanks!

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bolivian visa for citizen of cyprus

by pavlos
(cyprus)

hi, i am cypriot passport holder. do i need visa for bolivia and if yes can i apply for the visa at the airport in la paz after arrival?

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May 11, 2011
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by: Anonymous

Thank you very much for your help

May 11, 2011
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cyprus needs a visa, greece does not
by: Anonymous

I called the Immigration Office (Migración) in Santa Cruz, Bolivia for you. Citizens of Cyprus do need a tourist visa, but you will be given the visa when you arrive at the airport in Bolivia. The cost is $135 and it allows you up to 30 days in Bolivia.

They told me that your wife, who is from Greece, does NOT need a tourist visa at all. The website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs also lists Greece as a country which does not require a visa here:

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d43.htm

This is the information I was given today at 11:50 a.m. on Wednesday, 11 May 2011. The phone number for the Immigration Office in Santa Cruz, Bolivia is (591-3) 351-9574

May 11, 2011
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tourist only
by: Anonymous

i am coming only as a tourist for 12 days with my wife(greek), to visit lapaz and uyuni salt pan and then to exit to chile through atacama desert in san pedro . i will visit argentina-bolivia-chile in 35 days in total for my holidays!!!

May 11, 2011
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visa complications
by: Anonymous

Unfortunately, this is a problem that many many many foreigners are running into. They get different information from different authorities.

In the case of tourist visas, each country individually has treaties with Bolivia about tourism so residents of some countries need a tourist visa to visit Bolivia, others don't.

In the case of people who are moving to Bolivia to request residency there is no distinction. In that case EVERYONE needs a visa and it's a different visa called a "visa de objeto determinado" (specific purpose visa).

Are you coming as a tourist or are you planning to request residency in Bolivia?

May 10, 2011
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visa complicated
by: Anonymous

hello. again!
i called the embassy of bolivia in italy(closer to me) and they told me that i definetely need visa before i arrive in lapaz and that, if i do not have the visa before i live, maybe the airline company will not let me get in the aeroplane.....
so i called the embassy of bolivia in london, just to check, and they confirmed me that i dont need a visa, i only need a permit, that i will take it upon my arrival in lapaz....

so, 2 different ambassys of bolivia in rome and london, they say different things....

i find it very complicated and i dont know why, i have been to samy places and i never had an issue with the visas...

what do you think?

May 09, 2011
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have a nice trip
by: BoliviaBella

It was a pleasure Pavlos. Have a nice trip to La Paz. Maybe after your trip you'll share your travel story with us so we can know how everything worked out for you. :)

May 09, 2011
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thanks
by: pavlos

Thanks a lot for everything!!!! pavlos

May 08, 2011
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ministry of foreign affairs information
by: Anonymous

MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES
Go to this page
www.rree.gob.bo/
Scroll all the way down to the bottom and click on the blue link that says "Contactenos"

There you will find addresses, emails, phones, faxes, etc.

MIGRACIÓN (BOLIVIAN IMMIGRATION SERVICE)
Website www.migracion.com.bo
Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't

May 08, 2011
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thanks
by: pavlos

thank you very much for your help and info. i am trying to contact the bolivian ministry of foreign affairs by e-mail and i can not. do you have any e-mail? i want to be sure that i can get my visa from airport upon arrival. do you know how can i confirm it?

thanks in advance
pavlos

May 07, 2011
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cyprus citizens get bolivian visa at airport
by: Anonymous

According to the Bolivian government website, citizens of Cyprus (Chipre, in Spanish) do need a visa to enter Bolivia, but don't need to get it prior to travel. This generally means you will be given your visa upon arrival at the airport. See this page:

http://www.rree.gob.bo/webmre/documentos/servicios/d48.htm

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Fahid Javed

by Fahid javed
(Punjab Pakistan )


Hola
Como estas

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Taiwanesa apply Bolivia visa in Lima

by PEIWEN
(Lima)

Hola, I am Peiwen from Taiwan. I am in Lima, Want to apply Bolivia VISA. What I need to prepare ?

Thank you.

PEIWEN

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How can Pakistani citizens get a Bolivia visa if we have no Bolivian consulate?

by Tariq Khan
(Pakistan)

I Tariq Khan Pakistan citizen. I wish to visit Bolivia as tourist I am writing you this letter because Bolivian embassy does not exist in my country you are therefore request to send me detail how I can obtain Bolivian visa as well as the requirement. Some people told me that you can go on only invitation letter puchase ticket and fly for Bolivia is this accurate. And after come come to Bolivia Brazil Argentina is entry free or not mean can i visit that country from there or not.

Waiting for your reply soon inn the meantime I remain.
Sincerely your

Tariq Khan

My email address is:
Tariqislamabad@gmail.com

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Contacts for Bolivian Consulate in India
by: Anonymous

You can contact them by phone, fax, or email. Normally the consulate will instruct you the paperwork to send them (by registered mail). Then they will do your paperwork and return it to you by mail.

Ask them what is the process and what they want you to do.

Embajada de Bolivia en Nueva Delhi, India
A-2/7 Ground Floor
Vasant Vihar
Delhi 110057
India
Phone (+91) (11) 4606 0934
FAX (+91) (11) 4606 0935
Email: embassy.bolivia.in@gmail.com
Contact: Juan José Cortez Rojas, Encargado de negocios,

Apr 26, 2018
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How i get visa
by: Anonymous

Hi. How can i get visa from Bolivian embassy in India. I will go myself or by skype interview.

Apr 19, 2018
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visa
by: Anonymous

You can get your visa probably from Bolivian Embassy in India. Good Luck

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Visa question from a Volunteer for 5 months from Hong Kong

by chris
(hong kong)

Hi, I'm from Hong Kong, part of China but different, looking for the opportunities to volunteer in Bolivia. I doubt if helping at an eco-village counts as "volunteer work", although i will not be making a profit.

Is the specific purpose visa required for the period around 4-6 months? Since the visa region I belonged to is Group 3.

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Volunteer in Bolivia from the UK

by Jon Paul
(UK)

Hi, I am travelling to Bolivia to work for 2 weeks at an Orphanage from the UK as a Volunteer. I will arrive on the 30th July 2010. What sort of Visa do I need and where can I get one.

Would appreciate any advice.

Thank you,

Jon Paul Turner

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BOLIVIAN CONSUALTE IS SAME ADDRESS
by: Anonymous

The conculate iS indeed in london and its downstairs,embassy in upstairs. not sure if u really need any visa as your EU citizen. i dont up to 90 days of stay,but im not English. hope u have contacted them aready and are all ste for your trip. Where is that charity u will volunteer for? have a nice time anyway.x Jo

Jul 05, 2010
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Volunteer in Bolivia from the UK
by: BoliviaBella

Since you are only coming for 2 weeks you will most likely just need the tourist visa (but you might wish to ask just in case). You need to process this visa in the UK at the nearest Bolivian consulate. I think there is no Bolivian consulate, only a Bolivian embassy in London. Here's their contact information (I found it at www.embassiesabroad.com):

Embassy of Bolivia in London, United Kingdom
106 Eaton Square
London SW1W 9AD - Great Britain
City: London
Phone: 020 7235 4248
020 7235 4255
Fax: 020 7235 1286
Email: info@boembassy-london.com,consulado@boembassy-london.com

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Where to apply for Bolivian Visa from Ghana

I am a Ghanaian and i live in Ghana. I will like to Apply for a Visa to Bolivia but I do not know how. There seems to be no Bolivian Embassy in Ghana. If that is true then which neighbouring country do i have to visit to apply for the Visa. Please help.

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I want to apply for Bolivia visa
by: Winfred ansah

I'm a Ghanaian in live in Ghana my name is Winfred ansah Beblie i want to apply for Bolivian visa but there is no Bolivian embassy here in Ghana so how will do to apply for the visa AA

May 06, 2017
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where to apply for bolivia visa in ghana
by: Anonymous

im from guinea but stays in ghana how can i apply for bolivia visa

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searching for Bolivia embassy in Ghana
by: Adomako Emmanuel

I am a citizen and resident of Ghana. I want to apply for Bolivia visa where should I go and apply for it. Thank you.

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Bolivian Consulate in and near Africa
by: Anonymous

These would appear to be the Bolivian consulates nearest to you. You might try contacting each one by email first to see which will work out best for you. Please note that this information was last updated in 2011 and is taken from the website of the Bolivian Ministry of Foreign Affairs www.rree.gob.bo

CONSULATE GENERAL OF BOLIVIA IN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA

No. 2 Meadowbrook Close French Lane, Morningside, 2057

Susana Malena Galleguillos-Caputi, Honorary Consul

Phone:
(27) 11 883 3416
Fax:
(27) 11 883 7126
Email:
seabeco@tiscali.co.za - sgalleguillos@yahoo.com - consulbo@tiscali.co.za


CONSULATE OF BOLIVIA IN BEIRUT, LEBANON

Bauchrieh, Mar Youhanna Street, Gemayel Mattar building, 4th floor

Walid Joseph Khoury, Honorary Consul

Phone:
961-1874553
Fax:
961-1874613
Email:
consuladoboliviano@hotmail.com - walidjkhoury@hotmail.com


CONSULATE OF BOLIVIA IN AMMAN, JORDAN

Prince Mohammad Street, Sukljian Center, Amman 11118

Moses Barkev Musa Sukljian, Honorary Consul

Phone:
(962-6) 4611886 / 4657763 / 4630182
Fax:
(00-962-6) 4657753
Email:
mskljian@nol.com.jo


CONSULAR SECTION OF BOLIVIA IN CAIRO, EGYPT

21st Street, B Amman on the corner of Av. Mohy El Din Abou El Ezz Dokki, Giza, Cairo

Raúl Palza Zeballos, Consular Affairs Officer

Phone:
2023- 7624363; 7624362
Fax:
2023-7624360
Email:
embolivia_egipto@yahoo.com - bolivemb@idsc.gov.eg

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Visa for Holders of Hong Kong SAR passport to travel in Bolivia

by Bryan Leung
(Hong Kong)

Hi! I hold the Hong Kong SAR passport and planning to travel to the Americas. Can I get the Bolivia travel visa in other countries like US, Canada or Mexico?

Thanks!

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