Venezuela Visa Information
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Venezuela is a country located in South America with coastlines along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Traveling to Venezuela may not be the best idea at the moment due to civil unrest. We have all seen the news regarding oil companies, inflation, and ensuing destitution. However, if you feel brave enough, you will see some beautiful places. Los Roques is a place known for its pristine beaches. The sand is white and the water is blue. Truth be told, there are no words that do justice to Los Roques. Other than that, you can see the Angel Falls in the Guiana Highlands. Also, we recommend Los Llanos if you want to admire the wildlife.
Before traveling to Venezuela, you need to check the visa requirements. Luckily, Venezuela’s visa policy is lenient. For one thing, the citizens of 69 countries and jurisdictions can enter Venezuela without a visa if their stay does not exceed 90 days. Everyone can get an extension for another 90 days, except for the nationals of Bolivia and Colombia. The citizens of some South American countries can enter Venezuela holding only their ID card. All the other nationalities must apply for a visa at the nearest diplomatic mission of Venezuela.
To find out whether you need a visa or not, you can take a quick peek at Venezuela’s visa policy. On the other hand, using iVisa’s Visa Checker is faster. First, you need to access the feature by clicking on the Visa Checker in the top right corner of this page. Then, you must select your country of origin from the drag-down menu on the left and add Venezuela in the box on the right. The result will tell you if you need a Venezuela visa, and if you do, you will be provided a list of the nearest embassies.
Unfortunately, since a Venezuela e-visa is not available, iVisa cannot help you get your document. However, we can help by providing the necessary information. For that purpose, our support service is available 24/7 and is entirely free of charge.
The next thing you should do is find out your visa application requirements. You can do that online, but we recommend caution because the information you find online is not always the most reliable. As an alternative, we advise you to call the issuing authority and ask them about the requirements. They are the most legitimate source of information. In the meantime, what we can tell you is that all applicants must have a valid passport that does not expire for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Venezuela.
We regret that we cannot help you get your Venezuela visa. At the same time, we hope that the information above is useful and that you have a hassle-free application process at the diplomatic mission.
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Where can I read more?
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