Visas

The official site for a complete information about applying for a Passport is Gobierno en línea.

In MedellínInfo you can find practical information about applying for a Colombian visa.

Take a look of this page in its Spanish version.

The following is a practical sinthesis of those sites:

PASSPORTS 

 

As this part is of the interest of Colombian citizens, see this information in Spanish.

 

VISAS TO ENTER COLOMBIA

A foreigner can ask visa to enter Colombia in a Colombian consulate or embassy.

The citizens of the following countries do not need a visa to enter Colombia:

  • Germany.
  • Andorra.
  • Antigua y Barbuda.
  • Argentina.
  •  Australia.
  • Austria.
  • Bahamas.
  • Barbados.
  • Belgic.
  • Belice.
  • Bolivia.
  • Brazil.
  • Canada.
  • South Korea.
  • Costa Rica.
  • Croacia.
  • Chipre.
  • Dinmark.
  • Dominica.
  • Ecuador.
  • El Salvador.
  • Slovaquia.
  • Slovenia.
  • Spain.
  • United States of America.
  • Philippines.
  • Finland.
  • France.
  • Granada.
  • Greece.
  • Guatemala.
  • Guyana.
  • Honduras.
  • Hong Kong.
  • Hungary.
  • Indonesia.
  • Iceland.
  • Israel.
  • Italy.
  • Jamaica.
  • Japan.
  • Liechtenstein.
  • Lituania.
  • Luxemburgo.
  • Malaysia.
  • Malta,
  • Mexico.
  • Monaco.
  • Norway.
  • New Zeland.
  • The Nederlands.
  • Panama.
  • Paraguay.
  • Peru.
  • Portugal.
  • United Kingdom and North Ireland.
  • Cheque Republic.
  • Republica Dominicana.
  • Rumania.
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis.
  • San Marino.
  • Santa Lucía.
  • San Vicente y las Granadinas.
  • Singapur.
  • Swedish.
  • Sweezerland.
  • Taiwan.
  • Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Turkee.
  • Uruguay.
  • Venezuela.

COLOMBIAN CITIZENS DO NOT NEED VISA IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES

Most of the world countries ask visa to Colombian citizens. Even those countries that do not ask a visa to a Colombian citizens, should change their rule at any time. It is better to ask before in the Embassy or Consulate of the country if you intend to visit it although it is enlisted down here:

  1. Andorra.
  2. Argentina.
  3. Bolivia.
  4. Brasil.
  5. Chile.
  6. Ecuador.
  7. Israel.
  8. Malaysia (it is possible they changed idea recently).
  9. Panama.
  10. Paraguay.
  11. Peru.
  12. South Korea.
  13. Laos.
  14. Trinidad and Tobago.
  15. Uruguay.

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  1. yerlis pallares

    what do i need to do when my papaers are lost…

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