Venezuelan Nationality Request Service - Simplified Steps

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What is it?

Our Venezuelan Nationality Request Service provides individuals with a clear and structured path to obtaining Venezuelan nationality. This service is designed to simplify the process of applying for nationality through residence, marriage, or other routes, ensuring that all the necessary steps and documentation are properly handled.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for individuals who have lived in Venezuela for a significant period, are married to a Venezuelan citizen, or have other valid grounds for nationality but are unsure of the procedures and requirements. It is particularly beneficial for expatriates, immigrants, and foreign spouses seeking clear guidance and support throughout the application process.


  1. Determine eligibility: Research and confirm that you meet the criteria for Venezuelan nationality through residence, marriage, or other valid grounds.
  2. Gather documents: Collect all required documentation, including proof of residence, identity documents, and legal certificates.
  3. Submit initial application: Complete and submit the nationality application form to the relevant Venezuelan authorities.
  4. Attend interviews (if necessary): Participate in any required interviews or assessments conducted by the authorities.
  5. Await decision: Wait for the processing of your application and official decision.
  6. Finalize nationality process: If approved, complete any remaining formalities and receive your Venezuelan nationality documents.

Required documents

  • Proof of residence in Venezuela (e.g., rental agreements, utility bills)
  • Valid passport or another form of identification
  • Marriage certificate (if applying through marriage)
  • Birth certificate
  • Police clearance certificate
  • Proof of financial stability or employment
  • Application form

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Certain documents may need to be translated into Spanish and notarized.
  • It is advisable to keep copies of all submitted documents for your records.
  • Some applicants may need to pass a basic Spanish language test.
  • Processing times can vary; ensure you follow up regularly with the relevant authorities.


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