Venezuela/Cedula

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My wife and I are American citizens who own an apartment in Venezuela.  My retirement nears and we would like to live there full time.  We will need a cedula to function there.  How do we go about getting one?  Can it be started in the USA?

Thank you for the assist.

Fred

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Hi Fred,

You can start the process of getting a Rentier or Pensioner Visa at the Embassy of Venezuela in the US. With that you can get a cedula in Venezuela. Even if you don't get a cedula the Visa should be enough to open bank accounts and do most of the things you need to do to establish yourself here. I would suggest you fill out the form, attach the requirements and go directly to the nearest embassy, many people have said they rarely answer the phone or reply to e-mails. This is the link to the form http://www.embavenez-us.org/_spanish/Servicios_consulares/planillas/solicitud_vi and here are the requirements. http://venezuela-us.org/visas/#9


Rentier/Pensioner Visa
- A valid passport with no less than six (6) months before expiration.
- A completed visa request form.
- Two recent passport-sized photographs
- Company check or money order for $60 made out to: “Embajada de Venezuela”
-Solid evidence of a monthly income equivalent to $1,200 from their lawful income or pension income generated abroad.
When traveling and accompanied by family members, proof of monthly income of at least $500 per member, as well as proof of family ties, are required through documents issued by local authorities.

Hope this helps,

Margie

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