What to do when there is no Bolivian consulate in your country

What we were told by the Cancillería here in Santa Cruz, Bolivia is that if there is no Bolivian consulate in your country and you plan to travel to Bolivia, you can use a Bolivian consulate in any country near to you. Try www.embassiesabroad.com to find one.


Be sure to visit our Bolivia Visa Home Page to see which visa you need (tourist or specific purpose visa, depending on whether you are coming as a tourist or plan to apply for residency).

If you are coming to apply for residency, most countries must get the visa prior to arrival. With tourist visas things are different. Some people have to get them prior to traveling, some can get them upon arrival at the airport, and some don't need them at all - everything depends on the agreements that exist between Bolivia and different countries. For this reason there are specialized companies that can assist you, and you might consider using them, to get your Bolivia Visa Online.

After reading our visa information page, if you still have questions, you can enter them in our Bolivia Visa Forum and we'll do our best to find and post the information you need.




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Sep 03, 2014
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need invitation from home ministry
by: Anonymous

I am agree to work for this group and want stay more than 90 days what to do for traveling to your country I need an invitation from your home minister or any other sources for our outgoing custom submission.



May 05, 2014
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Visa upon arrival
by: Anonymous

If you visit Bolivia, you may need tourist visa depending on which country you are from. Most of the country can get tourist visa upon arrival.

May 01, 2014
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visa on arrival
by: Anonymous

Can a Kenyan citizen obtain visa on arrival?

Dec 10, 2012
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go to washington DC or another country
by: prav

Try going to Washington D.C, London or Paris. This may require another visa as a South African citizen but try to find a country that doesn't need a tourist visa for you and also has a Bolivian Consulate/Embassy.

Nov 11, 2012
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VISA specific purpose
by: Anonymous

We need to apply for a VISA specific purpose, because we are going to do volunteer work in Bolivia for 6 months. What is the procedure for applying with a South African passport, living in NZ with permanent residence.
The South African High Commission in Wellington, NZ, does not know anything about this and were unable to assist me. And I cannot get a hold of any one at the Honorary Consulate in Auckland. Please help, ASAP

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