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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Mar 20, 2013
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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.

Mar 20, 2013
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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

Aug 11, 2012
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Visa to Bolivia
by: Anonymous

Dear Beatriz,
If you want to visit Bolivia as tourist, you donĀ“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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