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Many foreigners make mistakes when applying for visas in Colombia. We provide a 2023 update on the most common Colombian visa mistakes and how to avoid them.

9 Common Colombian Visa Mistakes: How to Avoid Them – 2023 Update

Many foreigners make mistakes when applying for visas in Colombia. We provide a 2023 update and look at nine of the most common Colombian visa mistakes and how to avoid them.

I have lived in Colombia for over eight years and successfully applied for four different visas. And during this time, I have talked to several foreigners who made mistakes when applying for Colombian visas.

In addition, I have talked to several visa agencies in Colombia about the most common Colombian visa mistakes they have seen.

These visa mistakes are usually due to not knowing the visa rules in Colombia or perhaps knowing the rules but not keeping track of time.

Several of the most common Colombia visa mistakes can be avoiding by using the visa services of a visa agency.

Here are nine common Colombian visa mistakes in no particular order, updated for 2023.

Colombia tourist visa stamps in a passport

Colombia tourist visa stamps in a passport

1. Waiting Too Long to Get an Extension on the Tourist Visa/Permit

This has been a very common mistake. Colombia offers instant tourist visas to citizens of many countries that are good for 90 days. These “tourist visas” are really just a stamp in your passport and aren’t really visas.

But it is normally quite easy to extend a Colombian tourist visa to enable staying in Colombia for a maximum of 180 days in a year and we have an up-to-date guide to extending a Colombia tourist visa

When you enter Colombia as a tourist, an immigration official will stamp your passport. And normally the official will write that it is good for 90 days. But this is at the discretion of the official and occasionally may be shorter.

Many websites incorrectly call this a “tourist visa: but it isn’t really a visa. It is a tourist permit that is just a stamp in your passport. It isn’t a visa and Colombia has many types of visas that require visa applications.

The current tourist rule is that you can stay in Colombia as a tourist for a maximum of 180 days in a calendar year (January 1 to December 31). In addition, you can’t stay for more than 180 days consecutively.

For example, if you arrived on January 1, 2023 you will have to depart at the 1st of April. But you could leave Colombia and come back next year 2024 in a “tourist visa” stamp for another first 90 days that can be extended for other 90 days. 

If you overstay your tourist time limit, you will have to pay a fine before leaving the country. If you overstay you will need to go to Migracion Colombia less than 15 days before your planned departure and ask for a “salvoconducto“.  In our guide to Colombia tourist visas we look at what do to when overstaying your tourist visa.

So, when you enter Colombia with a tourist visa you should keep track of the validity on the stamp in your passport. And if you plan to renew, you should do this over a week before the expiration date.

Heath Insurance in now required for Colombian visas

Heath Insurance in now required for Colombian visas

2. Not Obtaining Health Insurance When Applying for a Colombian Visa

Colombia requires health insurance when applying for Colombian visas for all visitors visas and for some migrant visas such as retirement and investment. 

Many Medellin Guru readers have asked about health insurance needed for visas. And the insurance broker we partnered offers a relatively inexpensive travel insurance policy from ASSIST CARD that meets the health insurance requirement for Colombian visas.

Get Travel Insurance (Health Insurance) for a Visa

3. Not Registering a Colombian Visa and Applying for a Cedula Within 15 Days

Once you receive an email approval of a Colombian visa, you have a maximum of 15 calendar days to register your visa with Migración Colombia and apply for a Cedula de Extranjeria (Colombian ID for foreigners). Or if you received your visa at a consulate, you will have 15 calendar days after you arrive in Colombia to register your visa.

Especially relevant, it is very important to register your Colombian visa within the allowed time frame. If not, you will be liable for a big fine of up to seven times the minimum monthly salary in Colombia. The minimum salary in Colombia is $1,160,000 COP per month in 2023. So, the fine is up to 8,120,000 COP pesos in 2023.

In addition, only visas of greater than a three-month duration require a cedula. Shorter duration visas still need to be registered with Migración Colombia but don’t require a Colombian cedula ID.

Furthermore, we have a detailed and up-to-date guide to applying for a cedula extranjeria in Colombia.

The bottom line is that it’s important to register your visa and apply for a cedula within 15 business days of approval (or 15 days from arriving in Colombia if issued at a consulate).

The visa agency we partnered with has helped many foreigners obtain visas including retirement visasmarriage visasstudent visasinvestment visas, work visas, resident visas and beneficiary visas.

Since the pandemic, visas are issued electronically, so it is no longer necessary to have them stamped in Bogotá.

4. Staying Outside Colombia Too Long When You Have a Colombian Visa

If you have a Colombian visa, it permits multiple entries into Colombia. But Colombian visas also have restrictions on how long you can leave Colombia without returning to Colombia.

For example, with a migrant visa (M visa) such as a retirement, work or marriage visa, if you are out of Colombia for a contiguous duration of more than six months without returning to Colombia, the visa expires and is no longer valid.

And for a resident visa (R visa), if you are out of Colombia for a contiguous period of more than two years without returning to Colombia, the visa expires and is no longer valid.

In the past year, I talked to several different expats that didn’t know about this restriction. These expats left Colombia for too long and found that their visas expired and were no longer valid when they returned to Colombia.

So, these expats had to incur the expenses of re-applying for the visa they already had but let expire due to being out of the Colombia too long. This demonstrates that it is important to track your time outside of Colombia if you have a visa.

Resolución 1296 suspended the terms of early termination of visas due to absence from Colombia. This resolution was suspended provisionally and until the end of the Sanitary Emergency declared by the Ministry of Health, the counting the time of absence from Colombia, as a cause of termination of a M or R visa. But this is no longer effective, so you have to be careful how much time you spend abroad so that you do not lose the validity of your visa.

5. Using Old Documents for the Visa Application

Any document submitted with a Colombian visa application cannot be dated older than three months at the time of application.

So, if you have an old official copy of a birth certificate, marriage certificate, or other document, you can’t use it.  You need a recent copy.

Why? In Colombia, some documents like birth certificates are living documents that change when you get married or get divorced. In Colombia, a long form birth certificate will be added to when you are married. So, you can find out if someone is married in Colombia from their birth certificate.

So, Colombia requires all documents submitted with a visa agency to be recent and dated within three months from the date of visa application.

If you are in Colombia it can be a pain to collect documents in your home country. But you can get friends or family in your home country to help obtain documents.

Countries that are party to the Apostille Convention, photo by Fallschirmajager

Countries that are party to the Apostille Convention, photo by Fallschirmajager

6. Using Documents Without an Apostille for the Visa Application

Any documents issued by a foreign country need an apostille to be used with a visa application in Colombia.

An apostille is comparable to a notarization in domestic law. The apostille certifies a document’s validity for use in a foreign country.

To be eligible for an apostille, a document must be issued or certified by an officer recognized by the authority that will issue the apostille. In the U.S. the authorities that issue apostilles for state documents like birth certificates and marriage certificates is the Secretary of State of each state in the U.S.

Apostille from Australia, photo by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia

Apostille from Australia, photo by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Australia

Also, if a country is not party to the Apostille Convention or Apostille Treaty, you will need to get the document notarized before a public notary and will have to go to the Colombian consulate to sign the document before a Colombian Consul. For example, Canada is one country that is not party to the Apostille Convention.

You can see a list of countries that are party to the Apostille Convention on Wikipedia.

In addition, there are companies that provide apostille services to help get apostilles for documents. And the visa agencies in Colombia also can help get apostilles for documents.

Use the Expatgroup US Apostille Service

7. Not Getting an Official Translation for Documents Not in Spanish

Documents submitted as part of a Colombian visa application that are not in Spanish need to be translated to Spanish for a Colombian visa application.

And this translation needs to be done by an official translator who will print the translation with the date of the translation.

In addition, all the visa agencies in Colombia provide services to translate documents with official translators.

8. Applying for or Renewing Visas with Insufficient Time in Advance

Keep in mind that you need to apply for or renew a Colombian visa at least one or two months in advance. We now recommend trying to renew visas two months in advance in case problems come up. 

Some types of visas like the expertise visa can take much more time. And a retirement visa may require additional documentation. 

In addition, don’t forget that you need time to collect and order documents needed for the visa application. Getting official documents from another country with apostille and translation can take weeks.

If you don’t start this process with sufficient time in advance, it is possible to apply for and pay for a Salvoconducto, which is an emergency extension given in specific situations. But it’s better to start the visa process far enough in advance so you don’t need to do this.

Also, don’t forget about renewing passports. We have a guided to renewing U.S. passports in Colombia

9. Not Including All the Required Documents for a Colombia Visa Application

A common error with Colombia visa applications is not including all the required supporting documents for a visa application. We have an entire series of articles about Colombian visas, which include lists of the required documents for each visa type.

Keep in mind that the list of required documents for visas can change over time. For example, in 2023, Colombian visas now require an international medical insurance policy. This is a new requirement. On the Medellin Guru website we keep our Colombia visa articles up-to-date.

Also, when applying for a Colombian visa, it is important to ensure that the visa application has correct information. Incorrect details on the visa application, such as the name or passport number or date of birth not appearing as it is in the passport are common for self-submitted visa applications.

While it may seem obvious, some people tend to use information such as a nickname on a visa application that is inconsistent with the name on official documents or identify proof.

Visa agencies in Medellín

Visa agencies in Medellín

Using a Visa Agency to Avoid Colombian Visa Mistakes

It is possible to apply for a Colombian visa yourself online. Some foreigners prefer to apply for visas themselves but some run into issues when doing this.

I successfully obtained three Colombian visas that I applied for my own in the past that were good for a total of five years. But for my fourth Colombian visa I used a visa agency and found the process with a visa agency much easier than doing it myself.

The biggest challenge with doing a Colombian visa yourself is not benefiting from the experiences of a visa agency, which has processed hundreds of visas and knows exactly what is needed for each type of visa including knowing the current list of visa requirements for each type of visas.

Several visa agencies I have talked indicated that some clients come to them after running into problems trying to apply for a Colombian visa themselves.

Medellin Guru has partnered with what we believe is the best visa agency in Medellín to offer Colombia visa services. Features of this service include:

  • Online chat – get visa questions answered fast.
  • Online quotes – get immediate visa quotes.
  • Bilingual team.
  • Office in El Poblado in Medellín.
  • Competitive price compared to other visa services.

The Medellin Guru visa service partnership was launched in March 2019. And in 47 months, 655 visas have been successfully received by clients:

Also, our visa service renewed 68 American passports in Bogotá using our passport renewal service. In addition, 57 clients extended tourist visas using our tourist visa extension service.

So, in total we had 780 clients of the Medellin Guru visa service in 47 months.

In addition, many more visas are in process – short, medium or longer term, depending on client needs.

Use the Medellin Guru Visa Service

We reviewed all the Colombia visa agency services in Medellín and found one agency that offers a more efficient visa service with more features and more comprehensive communications including online chat, WhatsApp, videocall, email and phone plus a low price and a convenient office in El Poblado.

Our visa partnership is an affiliate relationship (like the Amazon affiliate program). If you use our visa partner, Medellin Guru receives a small commission and you support the website. This is at no additional cost to you. The price remains the same, whether you use a button or affiliate link on this website or not.

Furthermore, the visa agency we partnered with offers visa services anywhere in Colombia. So, if you are located in another city in Colombia you can use this service.

Medellin Guru’s Comprehensive Visa and Passport Series

The Colombian visa changes that went into effect in mid-October 2022 were significant. So, on the Medellin Guru site, we have a comprehensive series of visa articles that are kept up-to-date and should answer most visa questions. These articles include:

We have looked in detail at the seven most popular Colombian visas used by foreigners:

  1. Retirement visa
  2. Marriage visa
  3. Investment visa
  4. Resident visa
  5. Work visa
  6. Student visa
  7. Visitor visa

Also, we have looked in detail at three additional Colombian visas, which are less popular for foreigners:

In addition, we have a guide to Colombia tourist visas and how to extend a tourist visa. Also, we have a guide to renewing U.S. passports in Colombia and a guide to obtaining a Colombian passport.

Furthermore, we have a guide to how apply for a cedula extranjeria in Colombia and a guide to using notaries in Medellín and Colombia. Finally, Medellin Guru has partnered with a visa agency to offer Colombia visa services.

All of our Colombia visa articles were updated in 2022 to ensure they are up-to-date and are being updated again in 2023. In addition, all visa articles on this website will be kept up-to-date as new details are disclosed.

Avoid the common Colombian visa mistakes

Avoid the common Colombian visa mistakes

The Bottom Line: 9 Common Colombian Visa Mistakes – How to Avoid Them

In this article we looked at nine of the most common Colombian visa mistakes made by foreigners. These mistakes are usually due to not knowing the visa rules in Colombia or perhaps knowing the rules but not keeping track of time.

Several of the most common Colombia visa mistakes can be avoiding by using the visa services of a visa agency. While I was able to obtain three visas on my own in the past, I now recommend using a visa agency, as you can avoid a trip to Bogotá and benefit from the experience of a visa agency.

The visa agency we partnered with has helped 780 Medellin Guru readers obtain visas and U.S. passport renewals without problems.

Use the Medellin Guru Visa Service

 

Editors note: updated on January 25, 2020 with current information for 2020 about Colombia visa mistakes.

Editors note: updated on March 15, 2020 with updated information and to add a common visa mistake of not including all the required supporting documents for a visa application.

Editors note: updated on May 5, 2020 with coronavirus updates to the visa process in Colombia and with information that the national quarantine in Colombia has been extended to May 25.

Editors note: updated on May 20, 2020 with information that the national quarantine in Colombia has been extended to May 31 and that international flights will be restricted until August 31.

Editors note: updated on September 13, 2020 to add the common mistake of not including health insurance when applying for a Colombian visa.

Editors note: updated on January 20, 2022 with current information for 2022.

Editors note: updated on March 11, 2022 with updated visa client numbers.

Editors note: updated on March 7, with updated information regarding new requirements

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48 thoughts on “9 Common Colombian Visa Mistakes: How to Avoid Them – 2023 Update”

    1. Gabriel March 8, 2021

      Forgot to mention that I applied on the Migración Colombia website.

      https://www.migracioncolombia.gov.co/prorroga-de-permanencia

    2. Gabriel March 8, 2021

      Hi Jeff,

      Thanks for the article.

      I just want to share that visa extensions are available online. I applied for my 90-day extension in January 2021 and it was approved.

    3. Quick question…I arrived on November 13th and was planning on leaving on Feb 9th to Brazil (less than 90 days) but hey just stopped flights to Brazil…Can I stay up to 3 months in this new Calendar year without needing to request an extension or do I need an extension to stay past February 9th (my 90 day limit since November)? Planning on leaving for Brazil a month later when they open flights again…thanks!

    4. Hiba Iqteit January 22, 2021

      Hi Jeff, thanks for the super helpful article! Quick question – I tried renewing my tourist stamp 10 days before it expired then again 3 days before and now 2 days before. I still have not heard anything from migracion colombia and not sure what to do. I am in Bogota.

      • Recommend that you ask the visa agency we partnered with – click on the link – https://expatgroup.co/english/visasincolombia/ and there is a chat during business hours.

      • The Visa agency Jeff mentioned can’t help you with this I’m afraid.

        As long as you made a picture of the date and confirmation number which you see after filling in the online form I wouldn’t worry too much. That seems to me enough proof that you filled in the form in time. Migracion is extremely slow lately so it wouldn’t surprise me if you receive the extension by email later than the expiry date of your current 90 days permission…

        • The visa agency does tourist visa extensions for clients and can say how long it is taking them plus they have contacts at Migracion.

        • Desyn you are wrong. The visa agency does tourist visa extensions as Jeff says and knows how long it takes plus they have much experience.

    5. Ciaran Farrell August 31, 2020

      Hi,

      Thank you for your article. I am curious about my situation and what I should do as the context is very specific with COVID. I entered Colombia on February 24th 2020 and got a stamp that authorized me to be here for 90 days. I have not extended the visa since entering the country as I was informed that the whole process was frozen. However,now with my flight back to Europe planned for the 14th of September, I would like to be sure that I will not encounter any problems regarding my prolonged stay.

      Do you know if I am still here legally at this point or if I need to clarify my situation?

      Thank you very much for your help,

      Ciaran

    6. Brian Feld August 9, 2020

      Hi Jeff,

      Thank you very much for setting up this blog. I will be traveling to Colombia for work soon and the info here has been very helpful.
      I’m planning to apply for my visa from the US and I need my documents translated from English to Spanish. Do you know how can this be done here? As far as I know, there’s no such thing as a “certified translator”.

      Thank you very much,
      Brian

      • They are likely less strict on using a “certified translator” when applying for visas in consulates in the U.S.

    7. Hi Jeff, do you know the requirements for M visa for being out of Colombia?
      For example, this year I spent few weeks out of Colombia in March and all the rest time was in Colombia.
      So, in August it will be 180+ in total in Colombia.
      Will it be fine if I’ll go out in August and will return in December?

      • With an M visa if you leave for more than six months consecutively without returning to Colombia your visa loses its validity like any other migrant (M) visa. But this is currently not being enforced due to no international flights to Colombia. When flights resume they will likely start to enforce again.

    8. Isidor Chait June 8, 2020

      Hi Jeff,
      I have a question, if anyone can give me a good advice on liquidation claim, with my house keeper for past 3 years .
      Never had this kind of situation before and we never had a contract. if anyone had the same and want to share your experience , please let me know, THANk You.

    9. Euan Duncan May 23, 2020

      Hi Jeff, many thanks for all the information you post here. I made one of the common mistakes above, my application was sent back with the status ‘Required’, I uploaded the extra documents and sent it back. On the website it said ‘Application Payment Already Received’ as I paid when I submitted everything the first time. However I received an automatic email saying that I had to pay the application fee.

      I’m guessing that it’s just an automatic email and there is no need to apply again, but do you know for sure? I would phone them to ask, but it seems as though the offices are completely shut during quarantine.

      Thanks again,
      Euan Duncan

    10. Kenny Bryant February 24, 2020

      Jeff, I have a marriage visa and I work in the U.S. I know that I can’t stay outside of Colombia over 6 months at a time so I am planning regaular visits. My question is how long do I need to stay in Colombia on my visits? Thanks

      • I was told by a lawyer recently you can return for a day and you can leave again. A marriage visa is multiple entry.

    11. Hola Jeff
      Been carefully tracking time out of Colombia on the calendar.
      Halfway thru the 5 years toward qualifying for RE VISA

      Would now be a good time to request a Migratory Movement certificate, to be sure I’m in good standing? (and good experience to go thru the process)

      saldos

    12. Hey Jeff, Thank you so much for the useful tips. I am just wondering about your friends who had migrant visa and realized that it was no longer valid upon arrival in Colombia. Did they have to return back to country of origin to re-apply for a visa? Or they could just pay a fine, and re-apply on the spot? Just curios, cause I’ve been out of the country for 5 months now, and am planning to return back to Colombia soon-ish.

      • If the visa is no longer valid, would enter Colombia as a tourist. And then could apply for a new visa while in Colombia.

        • Just another question, if you can help me out… I have a visa type – servicio titular. I’ve been trying to find out under which category it falls into, V, M or R. Do you happen to know? or its a separate category of its own. I’m trying to find out how long I can stay outside the country before my visa becomes invalid?

    13. Thank you, your posts are very informative and concise. Do you know, with a M (Visa) can you return to Colombia and leave back out in a week will reset the 6 months (180) days out of Colombia rule?

      • Yes, for a M visa the six-month limit clock for being out of Colombia resets when you return to Colombia.

        • Thank you!

          • Erika July 1, 2021

            Hi Jeff, good day! My husband and I are visitors here in Colombia and we are currently holding an R visa that is valid for 2 years. A friend of ours who is holding the same visa and validity just recently left the country was asked to pay for tax at the airport for “overstaying” because he was here for more than 180 days despite having an R visa with 2 years validity. He was asked to pay 94.000 during check in. My husband and I are leaving soon too, so we wanted to understand why our friend was charged. By the way, we were here in Colombia for 1year and 4 months.

    14. Hi Jeff, thanks for keeping your information so up to date. I have a question that’s slightly different, about getting the Colombian visa in the States. My family and I are moving to Bucaramanga as teachers and have visas applied for and approved through our employer there. Our next step in getting the visas actually put into our passports. I believe in the past you had to visit a consulate in person for this, but they told me I could mail them to the consulate via FedEx. I’m having trouble getting information about the process of actually mailing the passports in a way that gets them the correct attention with the consulate. Since this seems to be a new process, I’m having a hard time finding anyone who has actually mailed their passports, rather than take them in person. We’re hoping to avoid a cross country flight mid-summer which is why we’re looking into the mail option. Do you know of anyone who has had luck mailing a passport to the consulate in the states or any Visa agencies located in the States that can help with this?

      • Hi Katie, I haven’t talked to anyone who has mailed to a Colombian consulate but I have talked to several that have gone to consulates to apply for visas.

      • Dear Katie
        I have mailed to Consulate before but they take longer (ie, sit on it)

        Its always better going in person, you get immediate processing and response
        (I realize it requires a flight – for me, it was 45 minutes by train)

        good luck

    15. Minke June 6, 2019

      Hi Jeff! Thanks for your information.
      I struggle to understand something,
      If you want to go for an M6, you need to open a bank account with the required saldo on it first as 1 of the steps to obtain an M6 visa.

      But then, for opening an account, you need to have your cedula. Which only can be given AFTER you have your visa.
      How does this work then? ?
      ?
      Thanks for your time,
      Minke

      • I understand you can open a brokerage account at Alianza Valores with a passport.

        I recommend clicking on the blue “Use the Medellin Guru Visa Service” button in the article and you can ask questions about the M6 visa directly with the visa agency using the chat box at the bottom right of the screen.

    16. Stephen May 22, 2019

      What about for student visas? What’s the maximum amount of time you can leave the country every year?

    17. Robert May 19, 2019

      Thanks for the helpful article. This should be required reading for anyone visiting Colombia or planning to get a Colombian visa. I didn’t know about the time restrictions for leaving Colombia with a Colombian visa.

    18. geoffrey May 19, 2019

      Jeff one of your previous articles says that:
      “According to Resolution 6045, Article 22, the “R” visa will be valid indefinitely. And according to Article 25, the validity period of the “R” visa label is five years. At the request of its owner, this document may be renewed for equal periods by a visa transfer procedure.”

      I’m a bit confused on this. It seems to be something of a contradiction between Article 22 and Article 25. Is it that the Visa is valid indefinitely and that after 5 years there is no need to re-apply and a Visa transfer is all that’s required?

      • Yes, the resident “R” visa is reportedly valid indefinitely but the visa stamp in your passport is only good for five years. I will ask a visa agency for clarification what is involved in renewal of the visa stamp and update the article.

        • geoffrey May 19, 2019

          Right, worth an inquiry. A new 5 year visa stamp could be placed in a passport that doesn’t have 5 years left on it. Renewing the passport would then require yet another visa stamp so how would that work?

          • If you renew a passport and if the old passport still has a valid visa, you carry both passports. The valid passport and the old passport with the valid visa. I have talked to many expats that do this.

    19. geoffrey May 19, 2019

      Important stuff here. I didn’t know that with the Resident visa I could be out of Colombia for up to two years. When my present Migrant visa expires I’ll be eligible the Resident visa. I have been thinking in terms of 6 months and planning accordingly.

    20. geoffrey May 19, 2019

      Ovoid or Avoid?

      • Thanks for catching the typo, corrected.

      • Hi Jeff,

        Thanks so much for this.

        What determines whether the M-6 Visa is granted for 1,2 or 3 years?

        I have recently been granted 1 year, but was expecting 3.

    21. abdullah May 19, 2019

      Jeff,

      Thank you for the important information about the common visa mistakes.

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