How to Obtain a Colombia Retirement Visa – Requirements and Cost

The Colombia Retirement Visa has a low-income requirement and is intended for people with a retirement income and it’s easy to get.

Top 10 FAQ on buying Medellin Real Estate

This article was originally posted on the Casacol blog.  By Brad Hinkelman, Founder/Owner – Casacol SAS As Medellin real estate advisers, we at Casacol receive clients in our office every day with a wide range of goals and needs for their investments in Colombia. While there are not many “typical” clients there are many typical questions that […]

How to Obtain a Cedula Extranjeria in Colombia

Jeff looks at how to obtain a Cedula Extranjeria or Colombia identification card, which is required after receiving a Colombian visa.

How to Obtain a Resident Visa in Colombia

Jeff looks at how to obtain a resident visa in Colombia and the requirements as well as how to obtain dual-citizenship in Colombia.

Volunteer Visa: How to Get a TP-6 Visa to Volunteer in Colombia

Ioana outlines the process for applying to get a volunteer visa (TP-6) in Colombia.

Medellín Means Serendipity

Writer’s note: This is Part 1 of a two-part story. Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, Urban Buddha Hostel, Medellín Four days off in a row, starting now, something almost anyone loves, but there’s no fun in it if there’s nothing to do so I grabbed my laptop as I lay in bed and started looking. No, […]

How to Get a Work Visa in Colombia

Editor’s Note: For more up-to-date information on obtaining a work visa, please visit this post published June 2013. Falling in love with Colombia and its people is easy, staying here is a little more difficult. Unless you want to visit the DAS office every month, the best way to stay in Colombia is to study, […]

How To Get A Colombian Student Visa

Thank you to Angela Atkins for submitting the detailed step-by-step process below.  The information is accurate at the time of publishing, and subject to change.  Be sure to verify the steps as you go. If you arrive in Colombia as a tourist, and decide to stay longer, you can take Spanish classes and extend your […]

Venezuela For a Visa (Part II)

After a crazy long bus ride to the border town of Cucuta, and a nice traditional breakfast, of course the next thing my friend JD and I had to do was get on a bus. JD asked around about what bus we should take to get my visa stamped, and it all seemed easy enough.  […]

Venezuela For a Visa (Part I)

So, I needed to leave the country since my tourist visa was up.  Venezuela was the closest and cheapest option, and that’s where I decided to go. With my limited Spanish I knew that I would need some major help for this trip.  I recruited my friend JD for the trip, and he was kind […]