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Venezuelans must request a stamped visa to enter Panama

Venezuelans must request a stamped visa to enter Panama

Venezuelans wishing to enter Panama must apply for a stamped visa at the embassy of the country where they are located, according to the country’s National Immigration Service.

A liberation Posted on its website, the company indicated that this new measure was established Executive Order no. 77 On August 24, 2022.

With this new requirement, the humanitarian mandate for requests for the reunification of Venezuelans within the Central American country is revoked.

The decree, signed by President Laurentino Cortizo, hopes that with this measure they will guarantee national security and have an orderly migration.

What are the requirements?

To obtain a Panama stamped visa, applicants must submit a tourist visa application form, a copy of a full passport, a copy of a second identity document, three photographs and a travel itinerary to the consulate.

The person must have a minimum fund of $500, which can be provided by certified check or money order, along with a bank reference letter.

Holders of a visa issued in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom or any country of the European Union do not need to process the stamped if they use it to enter that country or countries even once. visa

August 6, 2018 Executive Order No. Foreigners of Venezuelan nationals with a valid visa or residence duly issued by certain countries, included in Article 1 of 521, are also exempt from the provisions.

Panama Migration indicated that all pending requests will be attended to until the completion of their respective procedures.

due to A large amount The number of Venezuelans who cross the Darien jungle daily has tripled this year, as have the number of citizens in Panama.

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Citizens use this dangerous route between Colombia and Panama to continue to the United States.

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