Visa Requirements for Bolivia

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Freedom of Travel

Passport holders of 2 countries have freedom of travel to Bolivia. This often means there will be no limitation on the duration of stay, and no restrictions on activities such as volunteering, employment, or conducting business.

  • Freedom Of MovementNational Identity Document accepted
    Argentinians can live and work legally in Bolivia under the Mercosur (and Associated Members) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth and passing a background check.
  • Freedom Of MovementEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Bolivia under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.

Visa Not Required

Passport holders of 66 countries can travel to Bolivia without prior visa, eVisa, or on-arrival visa.

Visa On Arrival

Visa to travel in Bolivia can be obtained at airports and other borders crossings for Passport holders of 138 countries.

eVisa / On Arrival

On-Arrival visa or an electronic visa / authorization is available to passport holders of 1 country to travel to Bolivia.

  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival90 days within 180 daysValid for 90 days within 180 days
    Extensions of stay is possible for a maximum stay of 5 months for a fee
    Departure tax applies
    Obtainable Online
    Printed visa authorization must be presented at the time of travel

Pre-arranged Visa Required

Prior to arrival at Bolivia, passport holders of 22 countries must obtain a visa at their corresponding consulate of Bolivia. Additional travel conditions (such as Visas to other countries) may waive this requirement.

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