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» Can I visit Chile without a visa?

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Thu, 11 Nov 2021 15:16 EST
por cuanto tiempo son las visas otorgadas a una persona de mayor edad y estan dando visas en estos mese de Noviembre y Diciembre?
Maria Jose
Sat, 28 Jul 2018 16:04 EDT
Can an Indian National apply for Chilean Visa in US?
Soy Chilena y mi marido es de la India. Los dos somos tripulantes de cruceros y trabajamos navegando por USA. Es posible que 'el solicite la VISA para Chile aca, en vez de viajar a la India? Si es asim, que documentos necesito y en que plazo se podria generar? Muchas Gracias
Franc Perez
Sat, 5 May 2018 23:27 EDT
tourist visa application
To whom it may concern,

I will be travelling to the US from the Philippines, my home country, next month for 5 months. I was wondering if it would be possible for me to apply for my tourist visa there in the US because I plan to visit chile straight after my trip from the US. Please let me know what my options are for my tourist visa application, as to where I could apply and what the process is like.

Thank you for your time Nd I hope to hear back from you soon.

Franc Perez
Shen Hong
Thu, 7 Sep 2017 17:23 EDT
Where to apply for Visa??
I am living in Seattle greater area - State of Washington. I don't know where and how to apply for Chile Visa?
Richard P. Belcher Jr.
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 17:36 EDT
University Credentials
Hola, my name is Richard and I am moving to Chile to reunite with my wife of eight years who is Chilean and recently returned to Chile and is currently residing in Santiago.
I am a graduate of college and wish to have my credentials recognized before traveling there at the summer's end.
How do I go about doing this?
Richard P. Belcher Jr.
Max Blechman
Sat, 26 Jul 2014 16:42 EDT
Reciprocity Fee(s)
Two questions that I would like answered:

It is unclear whether or not an American citizen still needs to pay $131 or $160 or nothing at all for a Reciprocity Fee to visit Chile. Some information online seems to indicate that that fee has been abolished. What is the accurate information about this issue? This December, we are landing at Santiago and boarding a cruise ship immediately.

Also, does a citizen of Japan, with an American green card, have to pay a Reciprocity Fee to visit Chile. (This would be the same cruise ship situation.)

Mon, 23 Jun 2014 04:58 EDT
Hello, I have being married to my wife for 6 years here in the US, I am american and she is chilean, and we would like to legalize it in chile, what should we do?
Charles Arndt
Mon, 21 Apr 2014 01:35 EDT
Legal wills in English & Spanish
Live in Chile with permanent status, what needs to be done to have a will that is
in Spanish and legal in Chile and in English for the USA? Part of my family lives in the USA and my wife ( Chileana ) and I live in Chile?
Susanne Gonzalez
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 19:21 EST
Visa Temporario
I currently live in Santiago Chile and want to change my visa from contract to temporario status. What documents do I need and can I get this accomplished at the Chilean Embassy in California? I will be in the United States for 20 days and then return to Santiago Chile for the next year of work.
Tue, 30 Jul 2013 01:44 EDT
I need a form legalised by the consulate for travel authorization
Is this the address I send an authorization form for travel of a minor to and from chile to get legalized? It was notarized in Oregon and apostilled by the secretary of state from oregon.

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