is the responsibility of all delegates to check if they require a visa to enter
Chile or a transit visa for any countries they may be traveling through.
a visa is required, the secretariat can assist in getting letters of support
from the Chilean Government.
If you require a letter, please let the UNFCCC Secretariat know no later than 10 March 2023.
Chile has provided the following
- Foreign citizens should hold a valid passport with six months validity to enter Chile.
- Nationals of countries who require a visa to enter Chile must apply for a transitory stay visa, before their arrival in Chile through the following website: https://serviciosconsulares.cl/tramites/permiso-de-permanencia-transitoria
- In order to facilitate the process, visa applicants are required to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com indicating the following information: name, passport type, passport number, and most importantly “SAC CIUDADANO” number (this is the number the system will provide to identify your application)
the time of embarking to Chile, the person must comply with the following:
of vaccination issued in the country where they were vaccinated.
- If the traveler
does not have the vaccination schedule, they must show a negative result in a
PCR test within a maximum of 48 hours from departure.
may be subjected to a random Covid test upon arrival.
January 1st, people traveling from China must do a PCR prior to traveling to
and entering Chile.