Long-Term Visa Colombia


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Get a Check-Mig form for Colombia!

Colombia, which has one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems, is a paradise for people who love being outside. Colombia may be a great place to visit because it has beautiful beaches, interesting architecture and culture, friendly people, and food that will make your mouth water. However, there are several things you should be aware of while getting a visa to travel to Colombia. Remember: all visitors need to obtain a Check-MIG form to visit Colombia and you can click here to get one.

If you want to remain in Colombia for more than 180 days, then you have to apply for a visa in the category of a migrant. Because this category covers a long-term stay in Colombia for up to three years.

Colombia Visa Types

Three primary categories of visas are available for Colombia:

According to the intended use of travel, these sorts of visas have separate subcategories.

Colombia Tourist Visa

Foreigners who plan to visit Colombia for a brief length of time are granted a Visitor (V) Visa, often known as a Colombian Tourist Visa. It is given out for the specific goals:

The maximum duration of the Colombia visitor visa is normally 90 days, although, in some circumstances, it may be granted for up to two years. The diplomatic or immigration authorities processing your visa process will make the decision.

Get a Check-Mig form for Colombia!

Colombia Migrant (M) Visas

Foreign national who want to establish a longer-term residency or a permanent address in Colombia are granted a Colombian Migrant Visa. The Migrant Colombian Visa is renewable and is only valid for a maximum of three years.

The visa categories for immigrants from Colombia include:

  1. Colombia Marriage Visa: Released to spouses or registered/enduring partners of Colombian national or citizen.
  2. Colombia Work Visa: Given to non-Colombians who have been offered employment in the country.
  3. Colombia Student Visa: This document is given to international students who have been admitted to study at a school or university in Colombia.
  4. Colombia Investment Visa: Issued to foreign investors who make significant investments in Colombia and is almost 350 times the country’s minimum salary.
  5. Colombia Retirement Visa: Issued to senior foreigners with sufficient funds to support themselves who desire to settle in Colombia.
  6. Colombia Religious Visa: Given to those who go on a mission for a faith.
  7. Colombia Refugee Visa: For those from other countries seeking asylum in Colombia.

Colombia Resident Visas

Foreign national who meet one of the following criteria are eligible to apply for a Resident Visa in Colombia.

One can renew their Colombia Resident Visa every five years.


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