When owning migrant M visas who reach from 2 to 5 years of living in Colombia, you may be able to qualify for a Colombian Residency Visa for Accumulated Time.
Along with your migratory movements certification, you will need to present a copy of the visas you have been holding for the time of permanence in the Colombian territory to prove the mentioned accumulated time.
The length of time required to accumulate before applying for a Colombian residency depends on the type of Migrant (M) visa held, as follows:
Length of time required to accumulate before applying for a Colombian Residency
M - Marriage
M - Parent of Colombian National
M - Mercosur
M - Andean
M - Common Law Partnership
M - Refugee
M - Worker
M - Business Owner / Shareholder
M - Independent Worker
M - Retirement
M - Investor
M - Beneficiary
What are the requirements to apply for the Colombian R - Accumulated Time Visa?
Document size digital picture of the applicant on a photography shop (3×4 Cm White background).
Copy of your passport’s main page.
Copy of the last entry, exit or safe-conduct stamp (It depends on the location of the foreigner).
Copy of the last Colombian visa (if applicable).
Migratory records certificate.
Documents that prove that you’re still fulfilling the requirements for the last visa you got.
Others requested at the time of acceptance.
What are the costs of the Colombian R - Accumulated Time Visa?
Administrative Study Rate Fee
Administrative Issuing Fee
Cédula de Extranjería Issuing Fee
$246,000 COP *$60 USD Approximately
$140 USD – $170 USD* Prices for our partners in the US.
**Carrying out this process personally in your country of origin could minimize costs.
**Prices may vary according to the country.
$25,000 COP per resultant page