Rentista Visa (Income-Based or Retiree)

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Chile
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Talent Migration

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Foreign nationals who have a regular source of passive income or pension may obtain a temporary residence visa. There are no officially specific income level requirements. Usually, a monthly regular income or pension of US$1,000-1,500 would be enough for a single applicant. Additional amounts may be required for dependents (spouse, children, and parents). The temporary residence visa will allow you to live one year within the country and apply for a work permit.
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DURATION

12 months

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CITIZENSHIP

48 Month(s)

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FEES

$0-$625

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P. RESIDENCY

12 Month(s)

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COMPLEXITY

Low

Eligibility Requirements for the Rentista Visa (Income-Based or Retiree)

5 Eligibility Requirements

  • You need a passport valid for at least 6 months.
  • You need proof of pension.
  • You need proof of income.
  • You need Valid Tourism Card.
  • You need to pay visa fee.

Document Requirements for the Rentista Visa (Income-Based or Retiree)

9 Document Required

  • Certified copy of passport.
  • Copy of valid Tourism card.
  • One passport-size photo.
  • 1 photocopy of the last 3 monthly payments of retirement income or pension, duly legalized.
  • Or, 1 photocopy Certificate from the Consul of the country of origin certifying the pension or retirement income in national currency (Chilean Peso, CLP) or equivalent in US dollars, legalized before a notary.
  • For person of independent means: Proof of regular passive income, through the presentation of lease contracts held in Chile or abroad, or other similar documents that indicate the periodical obtaining of economic resources. Whatever the document, you must present a photocopy notarized before a notary.
  • Original or Certified copy of Marriage Certificate (if applicable).
  • Original or Certified copy of Birth Certificate (if applicable).
  • Affidavit of support for Dependents.

Talent Migration data for Chile

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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