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VISAS FOR BOLIVIA
Diplomatic and Official Visas: Granted to foreign carriers of diplomatic, official passport or equivalent.

Transit Visa: To obtain this visa is required: valid passport, travel ticket stating the passenger’s destination and transit for Bolivian territory for a period of 15 days maximum. They are considered transit travelers captains, pilots and crews of ships or aircraft.

Tourist Visa: Please check the “Resolution No. 01/2007 Biministerial” option and “List of countries that do not require a tourist visa to enter Bolivia”.

Student Visa: To obtain this visa is required: valid and legal passport individualized certificate of good conduct, medical certificate, certificate of studies, all duly authenticated. If the applicant is a minor according to Bolivian law, legal authorization of parents or guardians, countersigned by competent authority to travel and stay in Bolivia. In addition, certification of financial solvency of parents and corresponding acceptance of a Bolivian and / or the like college.

Multiple Visa: Issued exclusively for business and business by the national migration activities.

Courtesy Visa: issued to senior officials of state, religious international organizations, cultural personalities.

Determined Visa Purpose: To obtain this visa is required: valid passport, documents establishing the objective pursued with the entry into the national territory other than tourism. It is given for 30 days extendable by pending before the National Immigration Service.

Citizens of the following countries receive visas free of charge:

angola
Bhutan
Chad
Indonesia
Arab Jamairina
Syria
Rwanda
Somalia
Sudan
Timon Leste
Yemen
Palestine
US citizens must pay from January 2008 $ us 135.- (One hundred thirty-five American dollars) and can stay up to 90 days in Bolivia.

Citizens of countries not listed in this and the other listed must pay $ us 30.- (Thirty US dollars).

VISA FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE
Must meet the following requirements:

personally fill out the “AFFIDAVIT OF APPLICATION FOR VISA” with its duly signed personal data, attaching a recent color photograph, no glasses, 4×4 cm, with red background.
Note addressed to the Consul General of Bolivia indicating the reason for the visa and time spent in Bolivia.
Porting passport with a least six months use.
Display yellow fever vaccine.
Exhibit round trip tickets or make travel itinerary.
Accredit domiciled in Bolivia (hotel or homestay)
The visa will be delivered in the day or 24 hours in case of a tour group.
The cost is US $ 85.- (Eighty-five US dollars).
The time spent on national territory is up to 30 days from the delivery of the visa.
STUDY VISA
Must meet the following requirements:

personally fill out the “AFFIDAVIT OF APPLICATION FOR VISA” with its duly signed personal data, attaching a recent color photograph, no glasses, 4×4 cm, with red background.
Letter of acceptance from the university or institution of Bolivia.
Porting passport with a least six months use.
Display yellow fever vaccine.
Exhibiting travel tickets or submit itinerary.
Accredit domiciled in Bolivia (hotel or homestay)
Delivery of the visa on the day or within 24 hours in case of a group of tourists.
The visa fee is US $ 43.- (Forty-three US dollars).
The validity of the visa is up to 30 days from delivery.
SOURCES: www.rree.gob.bo www.consuladoboliviano.com.arVACUNAS REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION TO BOLIVIA
Yellow fever vaccine, especially for people who move to areas at risk, for which the corresponding vaccination card will be required. To ensure the effectiveness of the vaccine, it must have been applied at least 10 days before moving to the area.

HEALTH TIPS
CARE WITH DENGUE

Dengue is an infectious disease whose causative agent is a virus belonging to the family of the Flavovirus. It is characteristic of geographical areas of tropical and subtropical climate. Particularly affects travelers to tropical regions and especially children.

The vector of dengue is a mosquito called Aedes Aegypti, which, being infected, can transmit the virus by biting a healthy person.

The transmission of the disease from an infected to a healthy person is not possible, so the treatment of patients affected by dengue should be ordinary, can live with their families without risk. Health personnel, meanwhile, should apply in these cases universal biosafety standards.

How to prevent it?

Dengue prevention is done basically controlling its vector: Aedes Aegypti mosquito and avoiding their sting. Unlike other species, this mosquito bites mainly during the day, especially during the morning and in the late afternoon. Their flight is low, which usually itchy feet and calves. We can prevent us from the sting using insect repellents of various types. The environmental, in spray form, termoevaporables pills, candles and sprayable liquid. The personal use, the presentation can be in creams, gels, lotions, or others.

Install protective screens on babies cribs and beds for children is a good way to prevent bitten while sleeping. The measure can be extended to adults.

For any questions see in the living room or hospital in your area and not treat yourself.

 

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