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AddressN° 38 Kowa Building, Room 804
Nishi-Azabu 4-12-24
Minato-ku
Tokyo 106-0031
Japan
Phonelocal: (03) 3499.5441
international: +81.3.3499.5441
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» Can I visit Bolivia without a visa?

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Ben De' Ath
Tue, 12 Jan 2016 21:42 EST
Expired passport of Bolivian National living in New Zealand
Good Afternoon from New Zealand,

Your email address emboltk1@ad.il24.net, is not working and your telephone service continues to be unanswered.

My wife is a NZ resident but still travels on her Bolivian passport.

This has expired and we had a family holiday booked for March this year.

The Bolivian Embassy in Sydney instructs us that we must contact your office inorder to receive instructions for how to renew her passport?

Please advise the requirements and process.

Please understand this is a time sensitive matter as we have paid $5,000 NZD for our air tickets for the family vacation.

Your assistance is appreciated.
DIVINA M. FLORES
Thu, 2 Jul 2015 00:25 EDT
INQUIRY ON AUTHENTICATION OF DOCUMENTS
Hi Sir/Madam,

I am Atty. Divina M. Flores from the Philippines. I am writing you in behalf of my client to inquire you about the authentication of the documents of my client which shall be used for the application of residency of her daughter in Bolivia with the Nanny of the child. The Bolivian embassy required us to have all the English documents translated to Spanish and have it authenticated. I called up the Bolivian Embassy in Manila but they are already closed and they referred me to the Bolivian Embassy in Japan. All the documents has Spanish Translations already. The documents that need to be authenticated are the following:

1. Birth Certificates of the Child and the Nanny with Spanish translation already.
2. Court Decision for Sole Custody of the Child with Spanish translations already.
3. NBI Clearance stating that both of them has no criminal records with Spanish Translation already.

May I know what are the requirements of the Authentication of these documents? How much is the fee each document? How we can pay it? and how we send the documents<

Your reply and assistance is highly appreciated.

Thanks.

Atty. Divina M. Flores
Flores Law Office
JL Bldg., Mezzanine Floor
Don Jose Avila St., Capitol Site,
Cebu City Philippines.
flores_divina@yahoo.com
Md. Farukul Islam
Sat, 16 Feb 2013 14:26 EST
Application for visa information
Dear Sir/Madam,

I am Md.Farukul Islam. My nationality is Bangladeshi, however I am Japanese
resident. I am a business-man in both Bangladesh and Japan. My partners
live in Bangladesh. We have decided to start business in Bolivia, for this
we want to pay a visit to Bolivia to see the present scenario in the
business field.

There are no embassy of Bolivia in Bangladesh, however there is an Embassy
in Japan.

I was hoping to know the visa requirements.

Please leave me a reply soon.

Regards,

Md Farukul Islam
Chairmen
Navigator Bd Limited
080-1351-9471
Email# japan@navigatorbd.com
Moses M'ramba Shaha
Wed, 10 Oct 2012 09:19 EDT
Visit to Bolivia
I am invited to attend a two day consultation meeting on CSO Participation on Development Effectivenes (CPDE) in La Paz, Bolivia. Am Kenyan citizen. Kindly guide me on how to apply for the visa to enter your country from 30th October and depart on 2nd November, 2012.
Moses Shaha.
roaf
Wed, 4 Jul 2012 18:29 EDT
Hello
My name is Roaf, I am a Bangladesh passport holder I lives in banladesh.
Do I need visa for visit bolivia and it will visa prior to arrival or on arrival visa.
What is the requirements to obtain tourist visa for bangladeshi passport holder?
Thank You
Rosemary Goh
Wed, 4 Jan 2012 00:32 EST
Need Tourist Visa for Bolivia
Please tell me how long it will take for me to apply for a visa for Bolivia. My intended date of travel is March. Thanks.
Jude Peirispulle
Sun, 21 Nov 2010 22:41 EST
Jude Peirispulle
Dear Ambassador of Bolivia

I am a Sri Lankan Catholic Priest working here in Japan-Fukuoka.
I am planing to go for 6 months studies (Spanish) to Bolivia.
As a Sri Lanakan what are the requirements to obtain Study visa to Bolivia?
I also would like to know how I could apply for visa, do I have to go to Tokyo by person for this or to any consulate? Is there any way that I can apply by post?
I would be very happy if you give some information on this.

I am

Fr. Jude Peirispulle, OMI

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