- Autorización de viaje a menores de edad
- Acerca de los consulados
- Actuaciones gratuitas
- Apostilla (Apostille)
- Buzon de Sugerencia
- Derechos Consulares (CONSULAR FEES)
- Directorio de Venezolanos
- Fe de Vida
- Legalizaciones (Legalizations)
- Normativa y requisitos para trasladar a Venezuela:
- Registro de Poderes
- Visas (English)
Religious Visitor visa
Issued to visitor clergymen, priests or members of a religious order who enter in Venezuela in connection with the carrying out of their religious duties.
- Application form filled out and signed.
- One recent digital photo. See specifications and instructions here.
-Bring or send a signed valid passport (at least six months left before expiration date).
-The applicant has to present a letter from the church that is requesting the visa indicating the following: names, last names, place and date of birth, passport’s number, issued and expiration date, religion, address in Venezuela.
-Original bank reference letter (not bank statement) specifying the following: a) opening date, b) number and type of account, c) current balance.
-Non U.S. citizens need a copy of the green card, both sides, or copy of the work visa and I-94.
-Copy or scan of the round trip ticket or flight itinerary, clearly indicating entry and exiting dates. We prefered them to be confirmed.
-Authorization from the inmigration department in Venezuela (ONIDEX-MPPRI).
-Consular fee: US$ 60.00 in money order or company check payable to Consulate General of Venezuela. We do not accept personal check.
Note: A visa in the category of visitor member of a religious order is granted for one (1) year with multiple entries, and allows the bearer to stay one year in the country. The Ministry of the Interior and Justice may extend it for another year upon request.
When passport submitted need to be returned by mail, please send us a certified self-addressed stamped envelope or the invoice form from any courier company with the account number or credit card.