The European Union (EU) has announced that it plans to introduce a document referred to as a “Green Certificate” to allow safe travel between member states during the COVID-19 pandemic. The EU Green Certificate will show information about any coronavirus vaccinations or tests the individual has received. Travelers can then use the certificate as proof
Visa policy for Chile
Chile’s visa policy indicates which citizens can enter the country without a visa, as well as those who must obtain a Chilean visa in advance of travel.
The visa requirements for foreign citizens to visit Chile depend on nationality, as well as the purpose of the stay and the intended duration.
The visa policy of Chile currently identifies around 90 countries whose citizens can enter the country without the need to obtain a consular or electronic visa, for a visa- free stay of up to 90 days with each entry.
However, Chilean visa law also states that approximately 150 countries currently need a consular visa to enter the country, which must be obtained from the nearest overseas diplomatic mission of Chile to the applicant.
Visa-exempt citizens are also required to apply for an embassy visa for longer stays.
Depending on the type of visa requested at an embassy, the period of stay permitted in Chile may vary, as well as the number of entries permitted.
In May 2020, Chile introduced an online visa application, the E-Vistur, which will first be available to citizens of Australia before being rolled out to other eligible nationalities. An approved eVisa for Chile will permit a short stay for either business or tourism purposes.
A visa on arrival for Chile is not available.
Chile currently does not impose any entry bans on any foreign nationality.
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