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A temporary student’s visa may be granted to a foreigner intending to study in public or private educational establishments recognized by the Colombian National Government, for a minimum of ten (10) hours per week, under a student exchange program or for work practice or internship as an academic requirement of the study program.
• Present Form DP-FO-67 “Application for a visa” completely filled out and signed by the foreign applicant and not by an intermediary.

• Present a valid passport or travel document, in good condition and with a minimum of two (2) blank pages.

• Two (2) 3X3 cm color photographs, front view against a white background or, in the case of applications at a Colombian Consulate, three (3) such 3X3 photographs.

• Attach a copy of the main page of the valid passport showing the holder’s personal data, of the page containing the last Colombian visa, if any, and of the page with the most recent stamp of entry or departure from Colombia, as the case may be.

• Certificate of the educational centre legally established in Colombian territory, specifying the study program to be followed and the number of hours, together with the certification of admission or payment of enrolment.

• Certificate of existence and legal representation of the respective public or private educational institution, issued by the Ministry or the respective Education Secretariat.

• Documents showing the financial solvency of the foreigner for his/her stay in Colombian territory.
Note: A beneficiary’s visa may be granted  to the spouse, permanent partner, parents and children who are economically dependent upon the foreigner holding a temporary student’s visa, following prior proof of the relationship or kinship. In such cases, the beneficiary’s occupation may only be that of looking after the home or a student. No other occupation may be authorized.
Payment for visa study: USD 15 
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 showing the relationship or kinship, duly legalized or with an apostille, as the case may be.
Documents evidencing the economic dependence of the beneficiary with respect to 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 notary or Colombian consul.
Photocopy of the holder’s valid visa.
When the request for a visa as a beneficiary is presented to the Visas office in Bogota, the foreign permanent partner of the visa holder must present the respective judicial decision, minute of conciliation or public deed declaring the existence of the de facto marital union in accordance with Colombian regulations, with date of issue no more than three (3) months prior to the day on which the request for a visa is presented.
Cost of visa:  USD 40
Place issued: Avenida 19 No. 98-03, 3rd and 4th Floors, Bogota D.C.