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SPECIAL TEMPORARY PENSIONER’S VISA

 

This visa may be granted to a foreigner who receives a pension equivalent to no less than the equivalent of three (3) minimum legal monthly wages in force.

Requirements

√    Payment for visa study of USD 50
√    Valid passport or travel document, in good condition and with a minimum of two blank pages.
√    Two (2) recent 3x3 photographs, facing the camera, in color and against a white background.
√    Certification issued by a competent authority, government, public or private company or foreign or Colombian entity that the foreigner receives a pension of no less than the equivalent of three (3) minimum legal monthly wages in force, which, if it is from abroad, must be authenticated before the Colombian consul or have an apostille, as the case may be.
√    In the absence of the requirement for an apostille or legalization of the above document, the diplomatic mission or consulate of the foreigner’s country or where the pension was obtained, accredited before the Colombian Government, may certify that the foreigner receives a pension from a public or private entity of that country of an amount no less than the equivalent of three (3) minimum legal monthly wages in force.

Note: A beneficiary’s visa may be granted to the spouse, permanent partner, parents and children who are economically dependent upon the foreign temporary visa holder as a pensioner, following prior proof of the relationship or kinship. In such cases, the occupation of the beneficiary shall be that of looking after the home or a student.

Requirements:

√    Payment for visa study of USD 50
√    Valid passport or travel document, in good condition and with a minimum of two blank pages.
√    Two (2) recent 3x3 photographs, facing the camera, in color and against a white background.
√    Civil registration or equivalent document certifying the relationship or kinship, duly legalized or with an apostille, as the case may be.
√    Documents proving the economic dependence of the beneficiary upon the visa holder.
√    A letter in which the visa holder assumes responsibility for the beneficiary’s stay in and departure from Colombia. In the case of minors, the application, proxy or authorization must be signed by the parents and authenticated before a Colombian notary or consul.
√    Photocopy of the holder’s valid visa.
√    When the application for a visa as a beneficiary is presented at a Colombian consulate, in the case of a permanent partner, the valid document evidencing the de facto marital union will be accepted according to the laws of the receiver country, which must be legalized or with an apostille, as appropriate.

Cost of visa:  USD 175
Places issued: Colombian Consulates abroad. Addresses at: www.cancilleria.gov.co.

 

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