Chile: Visa and Passport Requirements
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To enter Chile, a passport valid until the end of stay is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Passports issued to children must contain a photo and state the nationality.
Visas are not required by the nationals referred to in the chart above for stays in Chile of up to 90 days. Nationals of Greece may only stay for up to 60 days without a visa.
1. Nationals from Australia (US$95), Canada (US$132) and the USA (US$160) must pay a reciprocal tax at the airport.
Transit passengers continuing their journey on the same or first connecting aircraft do not require a visa provided they hold required travel documents for their onward destination and do not leave the airport transit lounge.
Note: Nationals not referred to in the chart above are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements. Visa applicants must provide an invitation letter or hotel booking and show sufficient funds.
Types and cost:
Visitors from Australia, Canada and the USA pay a reciprocal tax when entering Chile (see above). Costs for travellers requiring single- or multiple-entry visas vary according to nationality; check with the consulate.
Validity of visas varies according to nationality. Single-entry visas are valid for between 21 and 90 days, while multiple-entry visas are usually valid for between 30 and 90 days.
Consulate (or consular section at embassy).
Entry with children:
Minors travelling alone or with one parent must have a letter of consent from both parents or the other parent when entering and leaving Chile. If alone, a birth certificate with both parents' names is also required.