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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The Chile Traveler’s Affidavit is a required travel document for foreign and national travelers who wish to enter Chile. This document was created to avoid the spread of the coronavirus in the country, as well as to keep better control of the entry of visitors.

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WHO CAN ENTER CHILE WITH THIS DOCUMENT?

Anyone who wants to enter this country must fill out the Chile Traveler's Affidavit up to 48 hours before the estimated arrival time in Chile (local time).

All nationalities can apply for this affidavit.

OBTAIN THE CHILE TRAVELER'S AFFIDAVIT
To get this travel form, you’ll have to provide some information about your flight, your health status, and your intended stay in Chile. You must also follow the country’s safety protocols.

Go to our application page to get the Chile Traveler's Affidavit.

DISPLAY THE FORM

Once you submit your application, we’ll forward the Chile Traveler's Affidavit to your email before your departure. Have a printed copy ready to show to the immigration authorities once you arrive.

Check the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for Chile.

Required Documents to Apply
  • PCR COVID-19 test result (if applicable)

  • Selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction. Only the last 4 digits of the credit card must be visible in the picture. Only one image if needed per order. (if applicable)

Important Instructions
  • The Chile Traveler's Affidavit is part of the required documents you will need to enter Chile. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Chile. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

  • You can apply anytime, but remember we can only process your application with a max of 3 days prior arrival.

  • Affidavits are valid for 48 consecutive hours from the date and hour of issue.

  • This form can be completed up to 48 hours before the scheduled/estimated arrival time in Chile (local time).

  • At the airport, you must show the QR Code that we will bring you, in order to pass the health check established by the Health Authorities.

  • It is highly recommended that you keep your Form and the associated QR Code with you either as a soft copy (smartphone, tablet, etc.) or as a hard copy in case of any failure in the system.

  • All travelers, whether they are chilean, foreign residents or visiting foreigners, must undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine. However, this can be lifted with a negative PCR result, which can be carried out from the seventh day of quarantine onwards. While waiting for their result, they must remain under quarantine. Please contact the health authority for further details.

  • Requirements for foreigners upon entering Chile:

  • All travelers must undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine for or until they leave the country (should they stay for less than ten days). Through a negative PCR result taken from the seventh day of entry into the country, the quarantine is lifted (while waiting for the result, they must remain under quarantine).

  • Negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours of taking the sample and until the departure time of the last flight to Chile.

  • Health insurance that covers COVID-19 related services during your stay.

  • In case of chilean and foreign residents, they must submit only the Negative PCR test and Traveler's Affidavit.

  • All documents must be submitted before boarding the flight to Chile.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a travel form required for both nationals and international travelers who want to enter Chile. This document was created to prevent the spread of coronavirus diseases.

The Chile Traveler’s Affidavit DOES NOT replace a visa. If you need a visa to enter Chile, the immigration officers will ask for it upon arrival. In case you need a paper visa, we suggest you visit the nearest Chilean embassy.

All travelers must display a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result prior to arrival. The test sample must be taken within 72 hours of the departure time of your flight to Chile, and your negative results need to be ready to show to airline officials at this time.
For children or people with disabilities who can’t fill in the form on their own, it’ll be the responsibility of the father, mother, or person in charge to fill out the required information on their behalf. Apply now for your Chile Traveler’s Affidavit.
The prices will vary according to the processing option you choose while filling in the form:
  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 20.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 60.00.

This form can be completed up to 48 hours before the estimated arrival in Chile. However, you can apply in advance at any time by using our services. We’ll always start processing the form when the time is right so that it can be valid for your entire trip. Nevertheless, we suggest you apply for the Chile Traveler's Affidavit at least 72 hours before your travel.

Apply now and forget about checking when you’re eligible to apply.

You have to complete the online form with your personal and travel details. After you fill it out, our team will process it so that you can get the Chile Traveler's Affidavit by email. Print a copy and carry it with you along with your COVID-19 test result upon arrival. Foreigners are also required to have health insurance that covers COVID-19 related services for the duration of their stay.
Applying for this form won’t take you longer than 5 minutes.
This document is valid for 48 consecutive hours from the date and hour of issue. It also has a single entry, so every time you need to leave or enter the country, you’ll have to apply for a new one.
Yes, the Chile Traveler's Affidavit is usually available for free. Nevertheless, applying for it with iVisa.com and having it ready before your trip is an excellent way to save the extra waiting time caused by immigration queues. Plus, at iVisa.com you can fill out the form in any language you want, and our team of experts will review the entire application to be sure there are no errors or typos.
Yes! All travelers, both nationals and foreigners, are required to undergo a 10-day quarantine or to quarantine until they leave the country (should they stay for less than ten days). However, you can end the quarantine early by getting a negative PCR result from a test which you are eligible to take starting on the seventh day after your arrival. Be aware that you must remain under quarantine while you wait for these test results.
Yes, you can! Feel free to chat with our customer service team if you have additional questions. They’re ready to solve your issues at any time. Contact them here.
Get more information about the Chile Traveler's Affidavit here.
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Chile. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Chile travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Chile is a South American country famous for its capital city, Valparaiso, it's great wine cellars, the Chilean Patagonia, and the famous Easter Island. It is also a country quite famous for being long narrow, which makes it creditor of more than 6,000 km of coastline in the Pacific Ocean.

Santiago de Chile, its busy capital city, is located in a beautiful valley surrounded by the Andes and the Cordillera de la Costa. In this city, you can find many tourist spots, including its main square, the National History Museum, and the Metropolitan Park. In the Metropolitan Park, you can spend a wonderful time relaxing with the swimming pools, a large botanical garden, and a zoo.

In the capital city, you can also walk through the famous San Cristóbal hill. With an altitude of 880 meters above sea level and prominence of 280 m, it is the second-highest point in Santiago, and it is only surpassed by the Renca hill. This hill is part of the Santiago Metropolitan Park, the largest urban park in Chile and one of the largest in the world.

Another beautiful hill that you can explore in Santiago is Santa Lucía, which has a beautiful park to relax and take a break from the bustle of the city. If you prefer something closer to the urban center of Chile, then you can take a tour of the Palacio de la Moneda, the Central Market of Santiago, and the main square (Plaza de Armas).

Just 164 km north of Santiago de Chile you can enter Portillo, a ski center with a wide variety of outdoor activities and an impressive view of the city. Another ski resort near this city is Valle Nevado, which also has several activities related to snow, in addition to having one of the largest skiable areas in South America.

Besides Santiago, there are other places in Chile that you cannot ignore when planning your trip. Among those is the famous Valley of the Moon, a desert landscape located in the renowned Atacama Desert. It is part of the Flamencos national reserve, which belongs to the Antofagasta region. In Antofagasta, you can also explore the Tatio geysers, a field of geysers located in the Andean mountains that are recognized as the largest group of geysers in the southern hemisphere and the third-largest in the world.

As you can see, the Atacama Desert can be a place full of exciting encounters, especially because it covers around 105,000 km². It is an extensive region of Chile, so it isn’t difficult to find tours that take you to this place so that you can explore it calmly.

Due to the great extension of Chile, it is possible to reach almost the end of South America and visit Cape Horn once there. Cabo de Hornos is the southernmost point of the island of Hornos and the Tierra del Fuego archipelago. This point is famous for being where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Pacific Ocean.

A place that always stands out on any trip to Chile is the well-known Easter Island. Although this island is Chilean territory, it is a remote place of volcanic ground, and it’s also part of Polynesia. The native name of this island is Rapa Nui. Easter Island is famous for its archaeological sites, including about 900 monumental statues called "moai", created by the inhabitants between the 13th and 16th centuries. The most famous place on this island is Ahu Tongariki, where you can find many of the famous "moai" lined up and therefore take several photos of them.

In addition to Ahu Tongariki, you can also explore the Anakena coral beach on Easter Island. It is one of the few natural beaches in this place and it’s also the largest.

If you prefer something more mountainous than beachy, then you can explore Lake Pehoé in the south of the country. This lake is located within the Torres del Paine National Park, in the Magallanes and Chilean Antarctic Region. It’s a beautiful place to enjoy the Andean view and relax a lot with nature.

Due to the geographical variety of Chile, you must plan your trip carefully to be 100% sure of the places you will visit. This way, you can also be prepared with the right clothes because in some cases it’s necessary to have fresh clothes during the day but warmer clothes for the night.

If you decide to ski or practice any sport in Chile, don't forget to contact professional guides and agents. This is important to avoid accidents or any inconveniences.

Although Chile is a beautiful Latin American country, it is perhaps one of the most expensive, so make sure you have enough money to fulfill all of your plans in the country.

As for travel documentation, you may need a visa depending on your country of origin. Another document that may be mandatory for you to enter Chile is the Chile Traveler's Affidavit.

The Chile Traveler's Affidavit is an online document recently launched to have a better record of travelers entering the country. You can obtain the Chile Traveler's Affidavit online using our services. It would only take you a few minutes to complete the application form.

Keep in mind that the Chile Traveler's Affidavit is not a visa, it is a separate document from the visa. In case you need a visa, you will have to apply for it at the embassy following the steps offered by the authorities. We suggest you review our visa checker first to make sure you do not need a visa paper or similar documents to visit Chile.

Another detail that you should keep in mind with this affidavit is that when you arrive in Chile you will have to complete a 10-day quarantine, although, if you take a negative PCR test result on the seventh day of entry, the quarantine may be reduced.

Do not overlook these recommendations so that you can enjoy your trip to Chile without any inconvenience.