How to Obtain a Bolivian Passport in Bolivia Easily

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What is it?

This service assists individuals in obtaining a Bolivian passport while in Bolivia. It covers everything from gathering the necessary documentation to submitting your application and following up with the relevant authorities. Our guide simplifies the process, ensuring you can efficiently navigate the bureaucratic requirements.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Bolivian citizens currently residing in Bolivia who need a new passport, either for first-time issuance or renewal. It is also beneficial for individuals with dual nationality who are looking to travel abroad, expatriates, and anyone requiring valid travel documentation in compliance with Bolivian law.


  1. Gather Required Documents: Collect all necessary documents such as your birth certificate, national ID, and proof of residence.
  2. Complete Application Form: Fill out the passport application form, which can be obtained from the service provider’s website or at local offices.
  3. Schedule an Appointment: Contact the relevant authorities to schedule an appointment for submitting your application.
  4. Attend Appointment: Visit the designated office at the scheduled time to submit your application and documents.
  5. Pay Application Fee: Pay the required fee at the office to process your passport application.
  6. Follow Up: Regularly check the status of your application through official channels or portals until your passport is ready.

Required documents

  • Birth Certificate: Obtain from the Civil Registry if you don’t have it.
  • National ID (Cedula de Identidad): Ensure your ID is valid and updated.
  • Proof of Residence: Utility bills or rental agreements serving as proof.
  • Passport Photos: Meet the specific photo requirements (size, background).
  • Application Form: Available at .
  • Application Fee: Amount varies; check the official source for current fees.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • You may need to provide proof of your Bolivian nationality if applying for dual nationality.
  • Appointments can sometimes be scheduled online through government websites.
  • Waiting times for passport processing may vary; it is advisable to apply well in advance of any planned travel.
  • Check for any recent updates or changes in passport application procedures by visiting official government channels.


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