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CHILE: New Exit Permit Requirements

October 23, 2019

Foreign nationals who do not hold a valid tourist card, visa application receipt and/or residence receipt must now request, by email and at least five days in advance of travel, a permit in order to exit Chile.

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CHILE: New Entry Requirements for Venezuelan Nationals

June 25, 2019

All Venezuelan nationals are now required to obtain a visa at the Chilean consulate in Venezuela or in another country, prior to their entry into Chile.

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CHILE: Recent Immigration Changes

April 29, 2019

The immigration authorities in Chile have recently implemented several measures.

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COLOMBIA: Mercosur Visa No Longer Open to Chilean Nationals

March 5, 2019

Effective immediately, the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs will no longer grant migrant visas to Chilean nationals on the basis of the Mercosur Agreement, although no changes to the immigration regulations have been made to this effect.

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CHILE: New Appointment System for Immigration Procedures

November 7, 2018

Effective immediately, the Investigations Police (PDI) and the Immigration Department in Chile have implemented a new online appointment-booking system for all immigration-related processes.

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CHILE: Post-arrival Temporary Residence Visa for Work Purposes to Be Discontinued

April 17, 2018

The Chilean Ministry of the Interior has announced that, effective 23 April 2018, it will discontinue the post-arrival temporary visa for work purposes, introduced in 2015.

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VIETNAM: New 90-Day Visa Waiver for Chilean Nationals Introduced

August 23, 2017

As of 11th August 2017, Chilean ordinary passports holders are exempt from requiring a visa to visit Vietnam for a period of up to 90 days and for any purpose, provided that the activity doesn’t involve any remuneration. The Vietnamese government has also again extended the 15-day visa waiver for nationals of France, Germany, Italy, […]

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BRAZIL, CHILE, MOROCCO: Legalisation of Documents Waived Under Apostille Convention

March 1, 2016

Morocco, Brazil and Chile have all recently signed the Apostille Convention, which eliminates the need for consular legalisation of public documents. The Apostille Convention will enter into force for Morocco and Brazil on 14th August 2016, and for Chile on…

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UNITED STATES – USCIS Proposed Fee Increases

February 1, 2023

The USCIS has released a proposed rule that would raise the filing fees required for many applications, specially employment-based applications. The revised fee schedule is only a proposal and will not be in effect until goes through the federal review process, which usually last several months.

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TAIWAN: Full Resumption of Visa-Exempt Entry

September 23, 2022

In line with Taiwan’s plan to lift the remaining entry restrictions, the country will restore the visa exemption arrangement with the nationals of Chile, Israel, Japan, Republic of Korea, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Philippines with effect from 29 September 2022.

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