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Our Mission

  • Support and develop actions leading to the strengthening, dynamization and deepening of our diplomatic and foreign policy relations with the governments and peoples of Denmark, Norway and Lithuania.
  • Contribute and promote the country's position on strategic issues of Foreign State Policy at the multilateral level with the governments and people of the countries host.
  • Support, position and develop permanent actions of support of civil society to the maritime claim of the Plurinational State in the scope of the host country.
  • To assist and develop concrete actions to promote the supply of domestic production with added value in the host country.
  • Support and stimulate the consular and migratory policy of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, in order to protect and promote the fundamental rights of Bolivians and Bolivians in the host country.
  • Denmark

    Concurrencia de Dinamarca

    Norway

    Concurrencia de Noruega

    Lithuania

    Concurrencia de Lituania

    Officials

    Juan Pablo Chain Baldiviezo

    Ambassador

    Ambassador of the Plurinational State of Bolivia to the Kingdom of Denmark, Norway and Lithuania.

    Andrea Suarez Querejazu

    First Secretary

    In charge of Consular Affairs.

    Benjamin Antezana Berton

    Local Secretary

    Consular Section

    In this section you will find the direct links to the different procedures of the consular section in Denmark.


    *** Take a note, for all procedures, the requirements must be presented in a folder with the sheets properly foliated, in case of the documentation submitted is damaged, modified by hand or another the application will be rejected. ***

    FORMALITIES

    • A Bolivian passport is valid for six years without extension. In case of expiration, loss, subtraction or deterioration, a new passport is requested. Is recommended to send the renewal application three months before the expiration date of the document, as the process may take time. To obtain a new passport, the following steps must be taken:

    • First stage - Data Verification

      Send a note of request, addressed to the ambassador or to the person in charge of consular affairs, requesting the issuance of the new passport. Attaching the following information:

      1. Copy of birth certificate.
      2. Copy of Personal ID number.
      3. Copy of passport or parent identification.
      4. The request can be sent via email to the following addresses: embocopenhagen(a)mail.dk or boliviaendinamarca(a)gmail.com
    • Second stage - Schedule data captur

      On the assigned date, the minor and the parents must be present at the office and present the following documents:

      1. Application Form, 2 copies. (Please fill out all information.) (Application Form.)
      2. 2 Photos Passport size 4 x 5 cm. (background white, light blue or light gray). (Important Data.)
      3. Birth Certificate, Personal ID card and passport or parent identification. Original documents.
      4. The fingerprints of the child will be taken at the consular office.
    • See your consular processing in

      http://portalmre.rree.gob.bo/portalconsular/

    • A Bolivian passport is valid for six years without extension. In case of expiration, loss, subtraction or deterioration, a new passport is requested. Is recommended to send the renewal application three months before the expiration date of the document, as the process may take time. To obtain a new passport, the following steps must be taken:

    • First stage - Data Verification

      Appear in person at the Consular Section with the original passport, or send Send a note of request to the Embassy: embocopenhagen(a)mail.dk or boliviaendinamarca(a)gmail.com . Once the document and data have been verified, an appointment will be scheduled.

    • Second stage - Schedule data captur

      On the assigned date must be present in office and submit the following documents:

      1. Application Form, 2 copies. (Please fill out all information.) (Application Form.)
      2. 2 Photos Passport size 4 x 5 cm. (background white, light blue or light gray). (Important Data.)
    • See your consular processing in

      http://portalmre.rree.gob.bo/portalconsular/

    • The Safe passage is a travel document that extends EXCLUSIVELY to return to Bolivia and only in special cases. It is intended for people who are deported, expelled from the country where they reside, undocumented persons, people who decide to return with any assistance program or some other case that is considered emergency or emergency. It only serves for an entrance to Bolivia with 30 days of validity from the moment of its emission.

    • Requirements:

      1. Fill out the consular registration form. Must include address, phone and email. (ASK IT IN THE CONSULATE BY EMAILING TO: embocopenhagen(a)mail.dk OR boliviaendinamarca(a)gmail.com )
      2. Attach Copy of the identity card and / or expired passport or any other document proving your Bolivian nationality.
      3. Attach copy of travel ticket or itinerary.
      4. Two current photographs, 3 x 4 cms.
    • REQUIREMENTS FOR THE LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS
      The current norms for the legalization of documents are:
      LAW No. 07458 of December 30, 1965 Which determines the procedure to be followed to obtain the legalization of signatures of documents that will have legal effects both inside and outside the country.
      SUPREME DECREE No. 25356 of April 19, 1999 Which updates the Consular Tariff and amends Supreme Decree No. 17239 of March 3, 1980, establishing the fees to be charged for the different consular actions of the consular offices or Bolivian diplomatic missions abroad.
      MINISTERIAL RESOLUTION 253/2 AMENDING THE INTERNAL TARIFF OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND WORSHIP, Establishing the rates to be collected in the Legalization Unit of the General Directorate of Legal Affairs.

    • PROCEDURE FOR THE LEGALIZATION OF SIGNATURES OF DOCUMENTS ISSUED OUTSIDE OF BOLIVIA.

      FIRST.- In order to have legal effects in Bolivia, public documents issued outside the Plurinational State must be duly legalized by the consular or, if not diplomatic, Bolivian offices in the country of origin.
      SECOND.- The legalization of signatures has the sole effect of authenticating the signature and official character of the granting authority, without judging the content of the document.
      THIRD.- Consular officials shall issue, under their signature and official seal, certificates, copies of documents and legalizations in accordance with the laws and regulations of the Plurinational State in accordance with the Consular Regulations.
      FOURTH.- In private instruments, consular officials will legalize the signatures with which the local authorities authenticate the document. They can only legalize private signatures when they are stamped in their presence, after the personal identification of the appellant.
      FIFTH.- The legalization of certificates of studies, academic degrees, master's degrees, grades and study programs must be carried out in accordance with the rules established for the revalidation of degrees. In this sense, it is essential to legalize the originals of the titles, as well as the certificates of grades and study programs.
      SIXTH.- The certificates of survival of persons living abroad must be legalized in the Bolivian Consulates.
      SEVENTH.- The legalization of documents of Beneméritos of the mother country will be effected without any cost, in accordance with the Supreme Decree No 17230.

    • PROCEDURE FOR THE LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS THAT WILL PROVIDE EFFECTS OUTSIDE BOLIVIA.

      FIRST.- The documents of Civil registration are issued by the Electoral Departmental Courts or National Electoral Court and for legalization in the Legalization Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs must be accompanied by the Form of Legalization of said Courts.
      SECOND.- The certificates of good conduct, domicile, identity card must be previously legalized by the Legal Adviser of the Ministry of Government.
      THIRD.- The work certificates must be previously legalized by the Ministry of Labor.
      FOURTH.- Singles certificates are obtained through the testimony of witnesses. The same must be previously legalized by the Superior Court and Single Window of the Prefecture.
      FIFTH.- Study documents, such as Bachelor's Degrees, Notes, Study Programs, Academic Degrees, University Professional Degrees, Postgraduate Degrees and Master's Degrees must be previously legalized by the Ministry of Education.
      SIXTH.- Phytosanitary, bromatological, pharmaceutical and health certificates must be previously legalized by the Deputy Minister of Health.
      SEVENTH.- The certificates of Animal Health must be previously legalized by the Prefecture of the Department.
      EIGHTH.- Judicial documents, letters of powers, special powers, special powers for registrations and patents, trademarks, commercial representations, certifications, letters of adoption, testimony of adoption and others of a judicial nature must be legalized previously by the Departmental Superior Courts and The Prefectures.
      NINETH.- Certificates of origin must be issued by the Single System of Export Window. (SIVEX)
      TENTH.- National documents whose signatures have been legalized by the Legalization Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs must subsequently be legalized in the consulates of the country where they will have legal effects.
      ELEVENTH.- The legalization of signatures of a document sufficiently:
      a) That the signature and rubric belongs to the indicated official.
      Download the document in PDF format by clicking HERE...

    • Domestic Appliances - Return of Bolivians
      According to the General Customs Law of July 28, 1999 and Supreme Decree No. 25870 of August 11, 2000, non-residents in the country and Bolivians who return to the national territory to establish their residence in Bolivia, His permanence in the exterior of the last years before the date of return to the country, to introduce his personal effects and equipment tax-free.

    • Requirements:

      According to Supreme Decree No 0371 of December 2, 2009: Domestic goods are not subject to the payment of import customs duties, according to the following:
      For Bolivians who return from abroad and establish their permanent residence in the country, household goods include furniture, appliances and accessories of normal use in a dwelling that corresponds to a family unit and include their machines, equipment and tools used in their activity. With a maximum value of up to US $ 50,000 (FIFTY THOUSAND US DOLLARS).
      For nonresidents who enter to establish their residence in the country, household items include furniture, appliances and accessories of normal use in a home with a maximum value of up to US $ 35,000 (THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND US DOLLARS) corresponding to A family unit The present rule will not have effect for temporary returns that do not mean change of permanent permanence. (See www.aduana.gov.bo)
      The access to the Form of Affidavit of Income of Domestic Household will be of public access and will be available from 23/08/2013 in the page Web:
      www.aduana.gob.bo/aduana7/content/viajeros

    • The power of attorney is that document that allows a person to act on behalf of another person.

    • Requirements:

      1. Send a letter addressed to the Consular Section of the embassy requesting the extension of a Power Charter. Address, telephone and email must be included.
      2. Photocopy of the passport and / or identity card of the applicant.
      3. Document that shows the exact and current address of the person who wants to give power and the beneficiary (electricity, water, etc.).
      4. Attachment (SENASIR payment card, rent or other).
      5. Full details of the proxy, full name, profession, identity card, place of issue and current address. Attach a copy of the identity card.
    • The process for the granting of general or special power is personal.

    • First Stage (Requirements):

      1. Bank deposit.
      2. Power (It is recommended that the content be written by a lawyer in Bolivia according to the needs of the principal and Bolivian law), it can be sent in digital format to the following addresses: embocopenhagen(a)mail.dk or boliviaendinamarca(a)gmail.com

      Second Stage: (Data verification appointment)

        Once the power of attorney has been sent, the power of attorney must be presented to embassy offices on the assigned date with 2 witnesses, with the following documentation:
      1. ID, Identity Card or Passport VALID The applicant and the witnesses.
        If the witness (s) has Bolivian nationality, he / she can present Identity Card or Passport; Of any other nationality ONLY valid Passport is accepted.
      2. Instruction of power duly signed.
      3. Photocopy of identity card or passport of the proxy.
      4. NOTE: Bring original and photocopy of all documents.

    VISAS

    First, verify in which group your country is, for the Requirements:

    • COUNTRY

      GERMANY
      ANDORRA
      ARGENTINA
      AUSTRALIA
      AUSTRIA
      BELGIUM
      BRAZIL
      CANADA
      CHILE
      COLOMBIA
      COSTA RICA
      CROATIA
      DENMARK
      ECUADOR
      SLOVENIA
      SLOVAKIA
      SPAIN
      ESTONIA
      PHILIPPINES
      FINLAND
      FRANCE
      GREECE
      HUNGARY
      IRELAND
      ICELAND
      ITALY
      JAPAN
      LATVIA
      LIECHTENSTEIN
      LITHUANIA
      LUXEMBOURG
      MEXICO
      MONACO
      NORWAY
      NEW ZEALAND
      NETHERLANDS
      PANAMA
      PARAGUAY
      PERU
      POLAND
      PORTUGAL
      UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND
      CZECH REPUBLIC
      SWEDEN
      SWITZERLAND
      TURKEY
      URUGUAY
      VATICAN
      VENEZUELA

    • COUNTRY

      ALBANIA ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA SAUDI ARABIA ARMENIA ALGERIA AZERBAYAN
      BAHAMAS
      BAHREIN
      BARBADOS
      BELARUS
      BELIZE
      BENIN
      BOSNIA - HERZEGOVINA
      BOTSWANA
      BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
      BULGARIA
      BURKINA FASO
      BURUNDI
      CAPE VERDE
      CAMEROON
      CYPRUS
      COMORAS
      IVORY COAST
      CUBA
      DJIBOUTI
      DOMINICA
      EGYPT
      EL SALVADOR
      UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
      ERITREA
      ETHIOPIA
      RUSSIAN FEDERATION
      FIJI
      GABON
      GAMBIA
      GEORGIA
      GHANA
      GRANADA
      GUATEMALA
      GUINEA
      GUINEA -BISSAU
      EQUATORIAL GUINEA
      GUYANA
      HAITI
      HONDURAS
      INDIA
      MARSHALL ISLANDS
      SOLOMON ISLANDS
      JAMAICA
      JORDANIA
      KAZAJASTAN
      KENYA
      KYRGYSTAN
      KIRIBATI
      KUWAIT
      LESOTHO
      LEBANON
      LIBERIA
      MACEDONIA
      MADAGASCAR
      MALAYSIA
      MALAWI
      MALDIVES
      MALÍ
      MALTA
      MOROCCO
      MAURICIO
      MAURITANIA
      MICRONESIA
      MOLDOVA
      MONGOLIA
      MONTENEGRO
      MOZAMBIQUE
      MYANMAR
      NAMIBIA
      NAURU
      NEPAL
      NICARAGUA
      NIGER
      OMÁN
      PALAU
      PAPUA NEW GUINEA
      QATAR
      PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
      CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
      REPUBLIC OF KOREA
      DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
      UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
      ROMANIA
      SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS
      SAMOA
      SAN MARINO
      SANTA LUCÍA
      SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
      SANTO TOMÉ AND PRINCIPE
      SINGAPORE
      SIERRA LEONE
      SENEGAL
      SERBIA
      SEYCHELLES
      SIERRA LEONE
      SOUTH AFRICA
      SURINAM
      SWAZILAND
      THAILAND
      TAYIKISTAN
      TOGO
      TONGA
      TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
      TUNISIA
      TURKMENISTAN
      TUVALU
      UKRAINE
      UGANDA
      UZBEKISTAN
      VANUATU
      VIETNAM
      ZAMBIA
      ZIMBABWE

    • COUNTRY

      AFGANISTAN
      ANGOLA
      BANGLADESH
      BHUTAN
      CAMBODIA
      CHAD
      UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
      (includes PUERTO RICO)

      INDONESIA
      IRAQ
      ISRAEL
      JAMAHIRIYA ARAB LIBYA
      PAKISTAN
      PALESTINE
      NIGERIA
      ARAB REPUBLIC OF SYRI
      ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
      CONGO DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
      DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA
      DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF LAOS
      RWANDA
      SYRIA
      SOMALIA
      SUDAN
      SRI LANKA
      TIMOR-LESTE
      ERITREA
      YEMEN

    • Countries that DO NOT REQUIRE TOURIST VISA to enter Bolivia. However, must submit the following to Bolivia Migration:

      1. Certificate of vaccination against yellow fever (some tropical places).
      2. Passport in effect with a minimum of 6 months.
    • Countries that REQUIRE TOURIST VISA to enter Bolivia.

    • Requirements:

      1. Application Form Visa. Application Form.
      2. Flights tickets or travel itinerary.
      3. Hotel reservation or invitation letter (specify the address where you stay).
      4. Banking States (last month).
      5. Certificate of yellow fever vaccine.
      6. Valid Passport ( at least 6 months).
      7. 2 Photos Passport size. (4 x 3.5 cm).

      NOTE: Attach originals and photocopies of all documents.
    • Countries that REQUIRING PRIOR NATIONAL CONSULTATION MIGRACION to enter Bolivia.

    • Requirements:

      1. Application Form Visa. Application Form.
      2. Flights tickets or travel itinerary.
      3. Booking or (letter of invitation, stay specify address signed by Notary Public Faith, specify who finances the stay)
      4. Banking States (last three months).
      5. Certificate of yellow fever vaccine.
      6. Valid Passport ( at least 6 months).
      7. 2 Photos Passport size. (4 x 3.5 cm).
      8. Certificate of Police.

      Note: Attach Originals and photocopies of all documents.
    • General Requirements:

      1. Application Form Visa. Application Form.
      2. Flights tickets or travel itinerary.
      3. Hotel reservation or invitation letter (specify the address where you stay).
      4. Banking States (last month).
      5. Certificate of yellow fever vaccine.
      6. Valid Passport ( at least 6 months).
      7. 2 Photos Passport size. (4 x 3.5 cm).
      Note: Attach Originals and photocopies of all documents.
    • In case of marriage:

      1. Application Form Visa. Application Form.
      2. Letter of invitation from the bride or groom.
      3. Letter or certificate of employment, college or university.
      4. Summaries Banking (last three months).
      5. Tickets travel or reservation.
      6. Hotel reservation.
      7. Certificate of yellow fever vaccine.
      8. Valid Passport ( at least 6 months).
      9. 2 Photos Passport size. (4 x 3.5 cm).
      10. Birth Certificate.
      11. Certificate of no impediment to marriage.
      12. Judgment of Divorce duly registered by the Institution that regulates the civil registry of the persons.
      13. Attach the certified translations of each document, prepared by a professional translator and legalize the documents to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark to carry out the legal act of Marriage.
      Note: Attach Originals and photocopies of all documents.
    • In case of filming:

      1. Application Form Visa. Application Form.
      2. PERMISSION OF CONACINE in Bolivia.
      3. Letter of presentation of the company for which you work.
      4. Bank statements (last three months).
      5. Tickets travel or reservation.
      6. Hotel reservation or letter of invitation endorsed by a notary. Coming from the person where he will be staying. Specifying address, time and financing of the stay.
      7. Certificate of yellow fever vaccine.
      8. Valid Passport ( at least 6 months).
      9. 2 Photos Passport size. (4 x 3.5 cm).
      Note: Attach Originals and photocopies of all documents, in case of being in another language submit translation to Spanish.
    • Requirements:

      1. Application Form Visa. Application Form.
      2. Note Verbale.
      3. Certificate of police background.
      4. Valid Passport ( at least 6 months).
      5. 2 Photos Passport size. (4 x 3.5 cm).
      6. Flying ticket or travel itinerary.

    CIVIL REGISTRATION

    • Bolivian citizens who marry Bolivians or foreigners before the Consular Section that functions as a Civil Registry Office abroad, must obtain a consular marriage certificate, so that it has legal validity in Bolivia.

    • Requirements:

      1. Letter addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy requesting Marriage Registration, Consular Marriage Certificate or Consular Family Notebook. The note should include the current address and telephone number.
      2. Original birth certificate of the spouses, in case of not having, request the same in Consular Section.
      3. Certificate of non-impediment of marriage or singleness duly legalized.
      4. Photocopy of the passports or identity card of the spouses.
      5. Signed declaration of two witnesses with a copy of their corresponding passports or identity cards.
      6. In case of having children, present the ID number cards.
      7. To know the cost of each procedure, which is applied according to the current Consular Fee, you should consult the Consular Section of the Embassy.
    • Consular Register of Deaths Family members of Bolivians who have died in Denmark must register the death of the deceased in the Consular Section of the Embassy for the extension of a Certificate of Consular Death. This procedure is indispensable for the registration of death before the Civil Registry of Bolivia.

    • Requirements:

      1. Letter addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy of Bolivia requesting registration and certificate of consular death. The letter should include the current address, email and telephone must be included.
      2. Name and number of the identity card of the doctor who has confirmed the cause of death.
      3. Declaration signed by two witnesses with a copy of their corresponding passports or identity cards.
      4. Death Certificate Danish, Norwegian or Lithuan have to be translated to spanish and legalized.
      5. Birth certificate of the deceased.
      6. Certificate of marriage of the deceased.
      7. Family book.
      8. Passport.
      The cost of each procedure is according to the current Consular Fee, you should consult the Consular Section of the Embassy.
    • Certificate of Experience The procedure for granting the Certificate of Experience for collection of income - retirement is personal and free.

      1. Send a signed letter addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy requesting the certificate of living and specifying the sector where he / she is retired (teaching, trade, construction, etc.). The full address, e-mail and current telephone number of the applicant must be included.
      2. Attach a photocopy of your passport (where the personal data and photograph are) or a copy of the identity card.
      3. A recent photograph of a color of size 4 x 3.5 cm.
      4. Attach a Document proving your type of residence in Denmark, Norway or Lithuania: Temporary or Definitive (one-time only).
    • Minor Processing
      The children of Bolivians born in Denmark, Norway or Lithuania, can register in the Consular Section of the Embassy.

    • Requirements:

      1. Letter addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy, requesting registration and Certificate of Consular Birth. Address, phone number and email must be included.
      2. Original Certificate of Birth of the Civil Registry duly legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Norway or Lithuania. In case you do not have to request the emission of the same.
      3. ID number of the child.
      4. ID card or passport of parents (One parent must be Bolivian).
      5. Four photographs 3 x 4 cm. Of the child.
      6. Copy of the marriage certificate of the parents if they are married. (If you are not married, you need the father's recognition or single mother's statement note).
      7. Copy of the Family Book.
      8. Two witnesses with passports or identity cards to proceed with the signing of the Birth Registration (witnesses do not have to be precisely relatives and may have any nationality).
      9. Make an appointment with the embassy.
    • BRING ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AND PHOTOCOPIES
    • Assignment of Identity Number

    • Requirements:

      1. A letter of application addressed to the Embassy and / or Consulate to request the identity card number. Must include address, phone and current email.
      2. Original Bolivian Birth Certificate, in case you do not have to request the issuance of the same.
      3. Parental identity card or passport.
      4. 4 color photos 3x4 of the child, The pictures have to taken from the front with white background.
      5. Identity Card - (The fingerprints will taking in the consular office).
    • BRING ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AND PHOTOCOPIES Note: IN ORDER TO PERFORM ANY OF THE PROCEDURES MENTIONED, YOU MUST CONCRETE AN APPOINTMENT IN THE CONSULAR SECTION.
    • Travel Permit for Children under 18
      According to Bolivian regulations, minors under 18 years of age must have a travel permit that must be granted by both parents in the Consular Section of the Embassy.

    • Requirements:

      1. Letter addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy, requesting the travel permit for children under 18.
      2. Documentation proving the identity of both parents and the child (s) (photocopy of passport and / or identity card, child's birth certificate).
      3. Note of travel approval of the minor, issued by the non-traveling parent.

      In the case of NO Bolivians, the procedure must be subject to the current norms of the requested country.

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