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Bolivia Visa FAQ’s
Boliva is a country that requires a visa for certain purposes before entering the country. This process can feel overwhelming, so we've compiled a list of the most common questions around the Bolivia visa.
How do I get an Bolivia visa?
A Bolivia visa can be obtained by mailing your visa application to the Bolivia Embassy OR we suggest you use a trusted visa service like ours to guide you through the process, review documents and hand deliver to the Embassy. Learn more about our Bolivia visa services.
What is a Bolvia visa?
A Bolivia visa is a travel document that is a sticker placed in your passport. It is required before you depart to Bolivia and generally is suggested to apply at least a month or two prior to your trip.
What types of Bolivia visas are there?
A Bolivia visa can be used for several types of travel.
Tourist visas are not common as most countries don't require one. The visa allows applicants to visit Bolivia to do some tourism and pleasure. Most tourist visas are valid for 30 days (one entry) and can be extended for 60 more days You'll generally need to provide your passport, the Bolivia visa application, photo, letter describing what you intent on doing and a travel itinerary.
Specific Purpose visas allows applicants to enter to Bolivia in order to work, do business, legal representations, volunteering, religious purposes, civil acts like marriage or dual citizenship, etc. These visas are available in varations of entries (single, double and multiple) and valid for stays of 30 days and up.
Multiple entry visas - are intended to help applicants who provide services, work or business and travel to Bolivia several times during a year. This visa will allow the applicant to travel to Bolivia as many times needed for one year and are valid for stays of 30 days. You'll typically need to provide your passport, the Bolivia visa application, photos and a letter from your employer introducing yourself and describing your business activities along with an invitation letter from the sponsoring company in Bangladesh and often times a police report.
Who is eligible for an Bolivia visa?
Generally, tourists can enter Bolivia visa-free or obtain a visa on arrival. Other purposes (business, work, etc) generally require a visa.
How long is an Boliva visa valid for?
The Bangladesh visa is typically valid for a stay of 30 days.
How long does it take to get an Bolivia Specific Purpose or Multiple entry visa?
It takes anywhere from 10 to 12 business days depending upon seasonality and they type of visa. Check our Bolivia visa requirements for more details.
How much does an Bolivia visa cost?
The Embassy fee or application fee starts at $200. If you use a service like ours, a service fee applies as an additional cost to handle the process on your behalf. Check here fo the latest Bolivia visa fees.
What does an Bolivia visa look like?
A Bolivia visa is a sticker in your passport and includes your personal information, the visa validity information, and the visa conditions.
What are the documents required to apply for an Bolivia visa?
To apply for an Bolivia visa, you must have:
A passport that will be valid for six months after your visa expires.
An Bolivia visa application, completed and signed.
If for business, a company letter describing your trip and possibly an invitation letter from the company or organization in Bangladesh as well as an invitation or support letter from the sponsor in Bolivia .
If for tourist, typically a hotel reservation
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