Visa for Bolivia from Singapore

by William Chan
(Singapore)

I am a Singapore citizen residing in Singapore. Can you help arrange a visa to Bolivia?

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May 10, 2015
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Apply Visa from Singapore
by: Khim Ang

Same as William's query, appreciate advice of how to apply Visa for Bolivia from Singapore or is it issued on arrival?

Feb 27, 2015
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Tourist visa to Bolivia for Malaysian citizens
by: Yean

Hi. I'm a malaysia citizen and planning to visit bolivia in June 2015. Do I have to get visa before depart or I can get visa on arrival? Thank you.

Nov 23, 2014
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Sep 28, 2014
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Visa on arrival for Taiwanese (Group3 to Group2)
by: Shirley

Hi, sir,

I am a Taiwanese residing in Singapore.
I am going to Bolivia via Peru through Lake Titicaca.
I understand that recently, China (including Taiwan has upgraded from Group3 to Group2. This means that we can get visa on arrival at the airport. How about via land across Lake Titicaca?

Jul 24, 2014
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Singapore citizens receive Bolivia visa upon arrival
by: Anonymous

According to the Bolivian Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) website, citizens of Singapore are in Group 2 meaning that you do need a tourist visa but you DON'T have to obtain one before traveling. It will be issued to you upon arrival at the airport or border point.

However, if you plan to live and work in Bolivia, you must come on a "Visa de Objeto Determinado" (specific purpose visa) and NOT on a tourist visa. This you must process at a Bolivian consulate in your own country (or the nearest Bolivian consulate or embassy that services your world region - see www.embassiesabroad.com for a listing.) It can usually be done by mail.

Jul 23, 2014
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No Bolivia embassy in my country
by: Anonymous

I have tried. It almost impossible to apply for a boliva visa because there are no embassy in many countries especially in Asia. As for going to travel agents, enough had been reported about fake visa. This is one country who do not welcome you. To make matters worse, email to them in simple English cannot be understood by them.

Anybody who know how to do it, will appreciate if you can share.

Dec 15, 2011
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how to gat bolivia visa for nepal citizen in singapor
by: dorjay lama

How to Get Visa
by: Anonymous

Dear Sir/Madam

I am dorjay lama. I am Nepal Citizen and resident in Nepal. I would like to apply Tourist Visa to Bolivia in Singapore coz No consulate or embassy for Bolivia in Nepal.Can you help me for this,I mean give me some Information.I would like to hear about it.And please send me the Information in my email address. This is mine
dorjay75lama@aol.com

Hope to hear soon from you

Best Regards, dorjay lama

Dec 08, 2010
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visa for bolivia from singapore
by: BoliviaBella

You may want to contact a travel agency in your country as they may have the information necessary on traveling to other regions.

The information we provide is based solely on the latest we're given and should not be taken as legal advice. The Bolivian foreign affairs website lists Singapore in Group 2 (countries that do need a visa but don't need to get it prior to arrival) here:

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

and the is what we're basing our information on.

I don't know about Peru and other countries. You'd have to contact their consulates. If they don't have consulates in your country you could try seeing if there is a Singapore consulate in Peru, etc.


Dec 08, 2010
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Tourist Visa to visit Bolivia
by: rs

Hi,

I saw your earlier replly to William regarding tourist visa to Bolivia. I plan to tour Peru, Bolivia and Chile. I read from other website that Singapore is in Group, so we need to apply visa prior to arrival, i.e. 25 days in advance. I will likely go to Bolivia via land tour coming from Peru.

Can I be certain that I will not need to prepare paperwork before hand? Cos I really do not know the procedure and there is no Bolivian consulate here in Singapore.

Thanks.

Aug 27, 2010
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How to Get Visa
by: Anonymous

Dear Sir/Madam

I am Franciska Rosalina. I am Indonesia Citizen and resident in Indoensia. I would like to apply Tourist Visa to Bolivia in Singapore coz No consulate or embassy for Bolivia in Indonesia.Can you help me for this,I mean give me some Information.I would like to hear about it.And please send me the Information in my email address. This is mine
ladyfranciska_rosa@hotmail.com

Hope to hear soon from you

Best Regards, Franciska Roslaina

Jun 04, 2010
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Visa for Bolivia from Singapore
by: Bolivia Bella Expat Services

Hello William. Travel visas from any country to Bolivia must be arranged in your country of origin at a Bolivian consulate. If you plan to simply visit Bolivia as a tourist, you can arrive on a tourist visa (or since Singapore is a Group 2 country, you can get a tourist visa here upon arrival.) See our Bolivia visa requirements page for more on visas and visa groups.

However, if you plan to live and work in Bolivia, you must come on a "Visa de Objeto Determinado" (specific purpose visa) and NOT on a tourist visa. This you must process at a Bolivian consulate in your own country (or the nearest Bolivian consulate or embassy that services your region - see www.embassiesabroad.com for a listing.)

Once you've arrived in Bolivia we can help you process your residency application (if you happen to be in Santa Cruz where we work).

These are all the Expat Services we provide.


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