"Economic Solvency" Requirement for Residency

by Mark
(Wisconsin)

I'm curious about the economic solvency requirements for residency in Bolivia. I mean is proof of income enough or does that income have to meet a certain threshhold like $1000 per month in Peru or $800 per month in Ecuador? Also how are the economic solvency requirements affected if the applicant had a dependent or spouse?

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Apr 13, 2013
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residency visa
by: Anonymous

How many months do we have to show of 300USD for each person? Does that include children?

Mar 07, 2013
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Get real
by: Anonymous

There is no way you could realistically, as a foreigner, or retiree, live well in Bolivia on $500 a month.

Mar 04, 2013
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Assume SSI retirement amout is sufficient
by: Anonymous

I assume US Social Security retirement amount of $1700/mo is sufficient

Mar 02, 2013
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Amount required for Solvency
by: Altiplano Bolivia

Oficially it is USD300 per month per person. However that realistically is not enough, so USD500 per person per month would be more appropriate. www.AltiplanoBolivia.com

Feb 27, 2013
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I'm interested in this too
by: LorriAnne

I don't have any input, but I am curious, so I'm commenting so I can get future comments. Thank you for asking!

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