Bolivia Visa Overview (US Citizens)
U.S. citizens visiting Bolivia as tourists must obtain an entry visa. You can apply for a Bolivian tourist visa at Bolivian ports of entry, such as at Bolivia’s international airports and at land border crossings, as well as by mail or in person at Bolivian consulates in the United States. You should allow plenty of time for processing if you plan to apply at a Bolivian consulate. Bolivian tourist visas are valid for five years from the date of issuance and allow the bearer to enter the country three times in a year for a cumulative stay of not more than ninety days.
To obtain your Bolivia Visa you will gather a list of required document
and applications and deliver them to one of our offices
(we offer both FedEx overnight or local office delivery options).
We then work with the Bolivia Embassy or consulate office to have your visa issued.
Bolivia Visa Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Bolivia tourist and business visas are issued in the US by the
Bolivia Embassy and Bolivia consulate offices. ItsEasy can help you obtain
your Bolivia visas quickly by following the easy to read instructions
containing all of the requirements, forms and visa application. To
obtain the visa requirements, simply complete the form above and press,
After reviewing the Bolivia visa information for travel to Bolivia,
please feel free to contact our offices and speak to an visa specialist
who can answer any remaining question you may have about Bolivia travel
What is a Bolivia Visa?
For those who have traveled to Mexico or Europe, American
passports are typically stamped by the immigration agent upon entry and
authorized to stay for a period of time (typically between 30 and 90
days). For some destinations a "pre-authorization" is required. The
confirmation of this pre-authorization is provided as a visa which
outlines the specific approval including dates of entry, duration of
stay and purpose of travel. Although pre-authorized to visit, a visa is
not a guaranteed entry permit and an immigration official may, at their
discretion deny entry - although this is an extremely rare
When to Apply for Bolivia Visas?
It is recommend that you apply for your Bolivia visa 3 to 4 weeks
before your travel date. Although the visa itself may only take a few
days to process it is always best to add as much of a buffer as possible
incase any issues arise during the process. If this is last minute
travel - don’t worry - you’re in good hands, but give us a call to
discuss your situation in detail.
What is "Visa Validity"?
Validity refers to when the visa expires. For example, a three
month visa means you have three months from the date the visa is issued
to enter and depart Bolivia (although the actual period of stay in Boliviamay be limited to 30 days or less. The exact validity of your visa will
be written on your actual visa.
What is an "Entry" (Single / Double / Multiple)?
Single entry visas allow you to enter Bolivia one time within the
validity of the visa. Double entry visas allow you to enter Bolivia two
times within the validity of the visa. Multiple entry visas allow you to
enter Bolivia an unlimited amount of times within the validity of the
What Is a "Visa Jurisdiction"?
Some foreign Embassies or consulates will only accept visa
applications from residence within a specific area, normally determined
Why Should I Use ItsEasy to Secure My Bolivia Visa?
Obtaining an Bolivia visa can be a cumbersome and complicated
process. Using an expediting service such as ItsEasy who specialize in
travel visas can provide you accurate instructions and processing times,
walk you through the process, provide updates and handle problems
quickly - making what is a complex issue simple. ItsEasy has been
specializing in this service since 1976 and has assisted millions of
travelers. We are one of the largest passport and visa services and
represent some of the largest public, private and government companies
in the world by handling international travel support services for their