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AddressCalle Zurich # 255, Oficina 111
Los Condes
Santiago de Chile
Chile
Phonelocal: (02) 2234.1808
international: +56.2.2234.1808
Faxlocal: (02) 2234.5170
international: +56.2.2234.5170
Emailembanic@vtr.net
HoursLunes a Viernes de 9 a.m a 5 p.m

» Can I visit Nicaragua without a visa?

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Sojol Ataur
Thu, 5 Oct 2017 12:24 EDT
Visa requirement
Dear Sir,
I am Bangladeshi Passport Holder living in Saudi Arabia willing to spend my holiday in Nicaragua, Since there is no Embassy or Consulate in Saudi Arabia , I Would like to get further information of Visa . I saw Visa on Arrival for Bangladeshi passport Holder residence of Saudi Arabia . so plz guide me whether it needs Visa or not need
Waiting your Responds
sojola.r@gmail.com
ramesh kumar
Mon, 6 Mar 2017 15:10 EST
visa information of nicaragua
Estimado señor
Me permito decir que quiero visitar Nicaragua con mi esposa.yo soy un indio y vivo en Chile VISADO DE RESIDENCIA TEMPORAL con mi esposa. Por favor dame toda la informacion sobre visa de visita que solicito de Chile. Por favor, proporcióneme todos los detalles
Respuesta amable
Gracias
Saludos

Dear Sir
I beg to say that i want to visit Nicaragua with my wife.i am an Indian and i live in Chile ON TEMPORARY RESIDENCY VISA with my wife.please give me all information about visit visa that i apply from Chile. please provide me all detail
kindly reply
Thank You
Regards

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