Often overshadowed by its high-performing neighbors, Bolivia is another of Latin America’s rising stars for foreign investors and entrepreneurs to take note of. Commercial benefits offered to market entrants by Bolivia’s business climate include an impressive agricultural and non-renewable resources sector, a low value-added tax rate, and a strategically advantageous position for international trade. Bolivia borders 5 neighboring countries: Chile, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, and Paraguay, making it an important regional link for trade and land logistics.
Additionally, the country’s growing middle class allows for a greater consumer appetite, encouraging foreign businesses to consider Bolivia for their Latin American expansion.
In the expansion process, investors and businesspeople will need to know their options for obtaining a visa in Bolivia, whether for temporary or permanent work purposes. It’s important to understand the requirements for travellers under each visa option, and they documents they’ll need to provide in the application process.
At Biz Latin Hub, our legal experts understand your needs and requirements when the time comes to apply for a visa in Bolivia. We’ve put together a short presentation for foreign investors and entrepreneurs on how to apply for the Multiple Entry Visa, which allows you to travel in and out of Bolivia.
Learn about our team of legal and accounting experts, and the specialist support we provide.
For more information about our immigration and visa processing services in Bolivia, please get in contact with our local team.
Learn more about our immigration and legal experts, and the immigration and visa processing support we can provide.