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Ecuadorian flag Consulate-General of Ecuador in Los Angeles

Address8484 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 540
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phonelocal: (323) 658.6020
international: +1.323.658.6020
Faxlocal: (323) 658.1198
international: +1.323.658.1198

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Steve Kremm
Thu, 1 Jun 2017 13:04 EDT
onward travel proof
My wife and I are traveling to Ecuador for 2 months and then on to Peru or Chile. We only have one way plane tickets to Ecuador. Will we be asked for proof of onward travel? Our travel dates out of the country are still uncertain at this point. Do I need to buy plane tickets to Peru now, then change them later if we need to? Thank you for your response.
Gonzalo Montalvan.
Tue, 28 Mar 2017 18:29 EDT
A que numero de teléfono tengo que marcar para poder comunicarme con el consulado en Los Angeles Ca.
juan carlos Manosalvas
Wed, 15 Feb 2017 20:38 EST
los Ecuatorianos residents en USA donde tenemos que votar ??
Mon, 2 Jan 2017 00:24 EST
Why Bother
This website has not taken any time to answer any of the questions posted.
Frank Newcomb
Thu, 17 Nov 2016 15:53 EST
Retire to Ecuador, papers required, etc.
The LA Consulate has the appropriate information in its website as to what papers are needed to get a VISA. Having been there a number of times and married, one, to an Ecuadorian lady, here's what I suggest. Get all the papers required by the Consulate to emigrate. With your standard passport go to Ecuador for an exploratory visit. If you like cool/cold then anywhere in the Andes is your spot. If you want warm/tropical you want the eastern side of the Andes (the Orient). The Manabi (north coastal) area is good. Most of your beach communities are good, but heavily populated by city dwellers on the weekends.
You only need a proven/verifiable income of $800 per month to emigrate. If you like what you see, you have all your qualifying papers with you-then hire a lawyer to do your VISA there. Same cost as in the US.
Sandra Munoz
Thu, 25 Aug 2016 22:02 EDT
Buenas Tardes soy ciudadana Ecuatoriana y Americana, professional,me gustaria aplicar para trabajar en el Consulado Ecuatoriano. Me podrian ayudar para aplicar.

Bella Rincon
Fri, 19 Aug 2016 16:58 EDT
Ciudadania (Ecuadorian citizenship)
Buenas tardes me gustaria saber si puedo tener doble ciudadania ya que naci en Guayaquil, Ecuador pero sali cuando tenia 9 y ahora soy ciudadana de USA. Por favor si me dejan saber que debo hacer. Mi rason por querer tener mi ciudadania Ecuatoriana es que como ustedes sabran que este pais esta mal y si llega Trump a la presidencia se prondra peor. Mi correo electronico es
Tonia Gould
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 12:58 EDT
Help with notarized power of attorney
I am currently traveling and in San Francisco and need a nortarized power of atorney to apply for my investors Visa. Where or how can I do hat when I am far way from anConsulate? Thank you..I have a container waiting to be shipped, thought I could go to you publicised counsulate in San Frnacisco but find it closed , with a published address and phone number!
K. Jorgenson
Mon, 6 Jun 2016 16:48 EDT
Moving to Ecuador
What type of VISA will we need to live in Ecuador for one year doing volunteer/service/humanitarian work?
Sun, 29 May 2016 21:38 EDT
life freedom and pursuit of happiness
I want to visit Ecuador this summer. Other than my passport, what would I need? Also, what would it take to move there and semi-retire/ start a small business and live out my days? The police state and corruption of the U.S have me flabbergasted.And the manipulation of legal systems and laws is terrible. Only the rich can afford justice and family courts enslave fathers, create a debter's prison and are conspiritors of human trafficing and other hanus crimes that are illegal internationally. What used to be a great country has lost it's way. It will take a few generations to correct itself and complete it's cycle so I want to give my son's and I a fair chance at a great life. Not one in a prison state.I fear our tyrannical government and can provide proof and witnesses as well as show you reciets on what it's cost to keep my kids. I can move in about 5 years and want to start preparing after my trip this summer.
Any advice on areas and places I should investigate please let me know! I plan on trying to remodel and flip homes there and maybe open a fun small resort or something, Thanks a ton folks!
josh@pfssandiego.com is my email.

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