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Visa V - Religious

The Religious Visitor Visa type is granted to those foreigners who wish to enter the national territory as a religious belonging to a cult or creed recognized by the Colombian State.

Thus, the requisites for you to obtain the Religious Colombian Visitor Visa are to present the according certification issued by the Ministry of the Interior, or by the Archdiocese or Diocese and a letter from the legal representative or hierarchical superior of the religious community specifying the religious activity to perform at the national territory, this is, according to new Colombian visa policy.

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What are the requirements to apply for the Colombian V - Religious Visa?

Document size digital picture of the applicant on a photography shop (3×4 Cm White background).

Copy of your passport’s main page.

Certification issued by the Ministry of the Interior, or by the Archdiocese or Diocese, stating that the mentioned religious institution is duly registered or registered.

Letter of economic responsibility issued by the legal representative or hierarchical superior of the religious community, which additionally specifies the mission that comes to fulfill the foreigner and indicates the link of this with the religious entity. 

Motivated letter from the legal representative of the religious organization informing that the applicant belongs to its hierarchy, stating the type of relationship or employment contract, purpose and activities planned in Colombia, social security and health coverage.

Others requested at the time of acceptance.

What are the costs of the Colombian V - Religious Visa?

Administrative Study Rate Fee

$52 USD

Administrative Issuing Fee

$170 USD

Cédula de Extranjería Issuing Fee

$246,000 COP *$60 USD Approximately

Information you should know about the Colombian
V - Religious Visa

How long is the Colombian V - Religious Visa granted for?

It is granted for up to 2 years

Does the V - Religious Visa allow me to work in Colombia?

This visa allows you to work in Colombia and is restricted to the authorized activity

Does the V - Religious Visa allow for the application of beneficiaries?

Yes, its application is allowed for beneficiaries of the primary holder Visa

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