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Mexico, Bolivia to remove visas to Bolivian nationals this month

Mexico, Bolivia to remove visas to Bolivian nationals this month

Mexico, (Prensa Latina) The governments of Mexico and Bolivia will remove visa requirement for visitor without permission for paid activities in favor of Bolivians as of May 24, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed on Monday.
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The Ministry states in a communique that, as long as the necessary processes for this purpose are completed, the current visa scheme for Bolivian nationals who wish to travel to Mexico will remain.

Almost at the same time the brief communique was published, Bolivian Ambassador to Mexico Jose Crespo tweeted that he was pleased to inform that as of that date, his compatriots could enter Mexico without a visa.

We appreciate our Presidents Luis Arce and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s will, both institutions’ efforts and the ties of friendship that unite the two countries.

The communique indicates that the provision, as a result of the extraordinary efforts by the Mexico-Bolivia Working Group on Migration and Consular Affairs, will promote the integration of these peoples, facilitating mobility for tourism, cultural and business purposes by the nationals from both countries.

This will be possible by allowing that ordinary Bolivian passport holders request their entry to Mexico up to 180 days with a visitor’s stay condition.

At the same time, Mexican nationals may enter Bolivia under the same conditions on the same date.

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