MOVING TO BOLIVIA TO BE WITH BOLIVIAN WIFE

I WOULD LIKE SOME ADVICE ON MIGRATING TO BOLIVIA AND WORKING THERE.I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF HAVING A PAST CRIMINAL RECORD WOULD CAUSE ANY PROBLEM WITH BOLIVIAN IMMIGRATION.I HAVE READ FROM THIS SITE THAT GOING TO INTERPOL IS PART OF THE PROCESS. IF SO, IS THERE A WAY OF SKIPPING THIS PROCESS. I HAVE READ THAT HAVING A LAWYER HELPS TO SKIP THE INTERPOL PROCESS. PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS SOON AND IF YOU CAN PLEASE PROVIDE ME WITH SOME ADVICE AND ANY CONTACTS OF PEOPLE WHO CAN.

THANK YOU!

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Dec 30, 2010
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re: Moving to Bolivia to be with Bolivian wife
by: Anonymous

I have dealt with immigration and the U.S. Embassy in Bolivia for my husband who is from Bolivia. I am not sure about because this situation is the opposite of what we did but I think it would be a good idea to contact the Bolivian Embassy closest to you here in the states and to also contact the U.S. Embassy in La Paz. That is were I always started for my immigration questions. Also, please be careful with believing everything you hear about lawyers helping you to "skip" steps. It just isn't so. I did all my husband's legal immigration papers myself. All the lawyers can really do is help you fill out the forms. They can't move the process along any faster. They just don't have that kind of control. My husband had a record. I don't know what the charges were against you but as long as it was not murder, you should be fine. Your paperwork might just take a little longer. I would just hate to see you spend a lot of money for a lawyer to help you fill out papers that you can do on your own but in the end you have to decide what is best for you and yours. Best of luck. Be patient though. Any process takes A LOT of time usually. Patience will be your best tool. =)

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