Learn More: Travelers Affidavit (COVID-19)
CHILE IS OPEN: Chile re-opened for tourism in October 2021.
The Chile Traveler’s Affidavit is a required travel document for foreign and national travelers who wish to enter Chile. This document will help to control the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
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
Photograph of you holding your identity document or passport
Identity document or passport
Medical Insurance (if applicable)
Medical proof of COVID-19 vaccination (if applicable)
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 on iVisa.com, but remember we can only process the application 48 hours prior to your arrival. We'll hold your application on file to ensure the document remains valid.
Affidavits are valid for 48 consecutive hours from the date and hour of issue.
At the airport, you must show the QR Code that we send you 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.
Requirements for foreigners upon entering Chile:
Check the FAQs below for quarantine exemptions.
Health insurance that covers a minimum of $30,000 COVID-19 related treatment during your stay is obligatory.
All documents must be submitted before boarding the flight to Chile.
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Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Chile?
No, you don't need a COVID vaccination certificate to enter Chile.
Approved vaccines are Moderna, Pfizer, Janssen, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, CanSino, and Sputnik-V.
Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Chilean travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Do I need to take a COVID-19 test before traveling to Chile?
- COVID test requirements: There are no testing requirements.
Do I need to quarantine when I arrive in Chile?
- Quarantine requirements: There are no quarantine requirements.
What’s the Chile Traveler's Affidavit?
It’s a travel form required for both nationals and international travelers who want to enter Chile. The purpose of this document is to control the spread of COVID-19.
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.
Is it obligatory to apply for this form if I’m traveling to Chile?
Do children also need to complete a Chile Traveler's Affidavit?
How much does the Chile Traveler's Affidavit cost?
- Standard Processing Time: 10 days - USD 20.00.
- Rush Processing Time: 8 days - USD 35.00.
- Super Rush Processing Time: 7 days - USD 60.00.
When should I apply for the Chile Traveler's Affidavit?
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 wait to start processing the form when the time is right so that it can be valid for your entire trip, so don't worry if it doesn't arrive immediately. Nevertheless, we suggest you apply for the Chile Traveler's Affidavit at least 72 hours before your travel.
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Where can I read more?
- HOW CITIZENS OF GERMANY CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- CHILE COVID TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS: LEARN MORE
- HOW CITIZENS OF BOLIVIA CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- HOW CITIZENS OF ITALY CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- HOW CITIZENS OF SPAIN CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- HOW CITIZENS OF FRANCE CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- HOW CITIZENS OF ARGENTINA CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- HOW CITIZENS OF PERU CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- HOW CITIZENS OF BRAZIL CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- CHILE COVID QUARANTINE: CHECK REQUIREMENTS
- CHILE COVID TEST REQUIREMENT: EXPLORE MORE
- CHILE COVID ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: ALL ABOUT IT
- Chile Vaccination Requirements | Do I need a vaccine to travel to Chile?
- HOW CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES CAN ENTER CHILE DURING CORONAVIRUS
- Chile visa policy