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cocoflauta
5/30/2021 10:30 EST

Hello. I have read the forum looking for some information, but I have not find the information.
I am in US and I am trying to apply online for a temporary visa as retired person, but before I finish the process I would like to get some information.
I would like to go to chile as soon as possible, and I dont know how long it would take to get the visa, so, do you think is better as soon as they allow americans to enter chile to go as turist and then apply there? (even with the new inmigration laws?)
If not, and I need to continue the process, maybe you can help me with this question:
They asked for Police Clearance Letter, do you know is this a police local background or an FBI check?
Thank!!!

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PencahueComunity
5/30/2021 11:55 EST

Immigration laws change constantly and is not getting harder to get a visa or residence.

I recommend that you fly to
Chile first and test the water. So many regions to choose from.

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cocoflauta
5/30/2021 12:56 EST

Thank you!
I will do that as soon as the airport opens

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