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Chile Work Visa

Chile work visa allows skilled workers to come to Chile and work for an approved business.

Applicant’s and Employers Document Checklist for  Chile  Work Visa

  • Passport: Original Passport with a validity of more than six months and minimum three blank pages for visa stamp. Attach all your old passports (if any)

  • Chile Visa Application form.

  • Photo Specification: Recent clicked photograph with white background and 80% face coverage.

  • Please Note:

    • a) Kindly ensure that the image size should be minimum 90 pixels wide x120 pixels(jpg,gif,png) and maximum 100 kb.

    • b) Photograph should not be more than 3 months old.

  • Covering Letter : Original covering-letter from the applicant on the company’s letterhead stating his name, designation, passport number,purpose and duration of the visit.

  • Original Work contract along with any of the following documents :

    • a) Obligations of the employer of retaining and depositing into government, the amount corresponding to income in relation to remuneration paid.

    • b) Employee’s social security system and obligation of paying social security and health contributions.

    • c) Employer’s commitment to pay the return ticket for the employee and dependants to country of origin once the respective contract has concluded.

    • d) If the work contract is signed only by the contracting party and once visa is approved it must be sent to the employee, prior to legalization at the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be signed before the Consulate of Chile, who will act as a Certifying Officer.

  • Curriculum Vitae of the applicant.

  • Medical: Medical from any MBBS doctor

  • Original Police Clearance Certificate from Passport office

  • Financials: 

    • a) Personal ITR Papers for last 3 years

    • b) Salary slip for last three months

Sanctum Consulting Work Visa Process and Services

  • Assisting the Indian employer and employee from starting till end in terms of documentation.

  • Helping the employer write the employee specialty occupation in technical terms with lay man understandability. 

  • Filling the application and petition related documents.

  • Coordinating the employer’s attorney in Chile  to submit the documents as per the guidelines.

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