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Give birth in Chile

and your child gets two citizenships:
Chilean and of your home country
Birth Services in Chile
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Why second citizenship from Chile?

  • More options for where your child can live, work, invest and retire when grown up.
  • Visa-free access to over 155 countries around the world, which again means more freedom.
  • All it takes is approximately two months spent on the ground and a few thousand dollars spent on travel and a private clinic.
  • Its legal! Chile does not restrict multiple citizenship and if you come from one of the anglosphere countries your country also does not restrict it.
  • Having a child in Chile entitles parents to apply for residency in Chile.
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Fast-track citizenship in the European Union
Chile and Spain have an agreement offering Chilean faster naturalization – your child can get a Spanish passport in 2 years of residency in Spain instead of the usual 10
Countries for travel with/without visa
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- entry without passport (by ID)
Green - visa-free or visa upon arrival
Gray - entry with visa
Passport to the entire continent
Your child will be able to move, live, work, study, invest in any other country in South America because of Mercosur.
(Similar to the European Union, Mercosur is a free-trade union between Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, and associate members of Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Guyana, and Suriname)
Why give birth in Chile?

Chile is safe

Chile is the safest country in Latin America, and the second safest in the Western Hemisphere after Canada (according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime). It is even safer than the USA when it comes to homicides.
Strong facts
Chile does not tax its citizens who do not live in the country. It is also one of two countries in the world to provide visa-free access to all G8 countries
Visa-free entry
Americans, Canadians, Australians, Europeans, etc. can enter Chile for up to 180 days without a visa. No questions to answer or fees to pay. (Australians need to pay a $100 reciprocity fee at the airport)
The 6th best passport in the world for travel
The Sovereign Man ranks Chilean passport as a travel document higher than American or Canadian
Visa-free to the entire world
Chile is the only country in Latin America that provides visa-free access to both the US and Canada in addition to the UK, European Union, Japan, Russia, etc.
Viña del Mar
The best conditions for pregnancy and childbirth
View of the city in the Pacific Ocean

Excellent conditions for pregnancy and birth

Ocean, sunbathing and vitamins
Fresh air, locally-grown fruits and vegetables, and the amazing views of the Pacific Ocean are awaiting you… Think California living, but much cheaper. Good health and a great mood are guaranteed for you and your baby.
Excellent maternity clinics
Quality of private clinics in Chile are North American-level, but much cheaper. And you are guaranteed to experience a very warm Latin attitude towards pregnant women and children in clinics and everywhere else.
Great prices in private clinics in Chile. Compare prices in maternity hospitals:
USA: 8,000 - 18,000 $
Canada: 7,000 - 14,000 $
Chile: as low as $4,200 (in a private clinic by the ocean).
Want your husband in a delivery room?

No problem - It is common in Chile for a husband to be in a room during a delivery

How good is Chilean passport really?

Compare it with some other countries
Passport quality for travel
Let's compare Chilean passport with one of the world's best – American.
Sure, on paper the US passport is better as it offers more visa-free destinations than the Chilean one.

But would you want to go these "extra" countries? The US passport will take you (and the Chilean will not) to Brunei, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Gabon, Namibia and few other places in Africa and the Middle East. (The only notable visa-free destination that Chilean passport lacks is Australia.)

However, the Chilean passport is still better for traveling because it can take you visa-free to such important travel destinations as Turkey, Vietnam, Russia and the American cannot. Recently Brazil allows US citizenship to receive e-visa to Brazil. Which means that if you are a US citizen, you are no longer required to go to the Brazilian embassy and apply for a consular visa like it was before, but you still need visa.

In fact, the Chilean passport is one of the only two in the world to give visa-free access to every G8 country – the US, Canada, the UK, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, and Russia.
Citizens' security at home and abroad
Because of the United States' sour foreign relationships with many of the world's countries, Americans are not always welcome.

While fears are often exaggerated, some well-traveled Americans we know still prefer to say they are Canadians when they travel in some parts of the world to avoid potential confrontations with locals.

Chileans don't have to worry about such things and travel the world with no fear. No one has ever hijacked a plane and threatened to kill every Chilean on board.
Price-to-quality ratio of medical care
In Chile, you can give birth in a public hospital for free if you wish. (However, the quality may not be the best.)

But even in private clinics (which are generally of excellent quality), a cost of childbirth starts at $4000 - much cheaper than in the US or Canada.

And Chileans in general always treat pregnant women and children with Latin warmth and attention.
Countries practicing the right of the soil (jus soli countries)
More than 30 countries around the world grant children born on their territory automatic citizenships – known as the "right of the soil" or in Latin - jus soli. Almost all of them are located in North and South America.

However, only very few of them are worth paying attention to as a potential place where to have your child.

The United States is a famous example and is still a very popular birth destination. However, the worldwide taxation that the Uncle Sam imposes on its citizens can be a deal breaker. Also obtaining a visa to enter the US can be a serious obstacle.

Canada does not have a worldwide taxation problem, but is also hard to get a visa to if you are not coming from the developed world.

Chile offers the regions' best standard of living, outstanding safety, and boasts the best travel document among any jus soli country – even better than the Canadian or American.
The United States practices worldwide taxation of its citizens… even if they never lived on the American soil. Each US citizens older than 18 is obliged to report to the US tax authorities and file a declaration of all his income every year.

Chile, on the contrary, does not tax its citizens who do not live in the country.
Visa to enter Chile
Citizens of most countries do not need a visa to enter Chile. And even if visa is required, it's usually easy to get.

On the contrary, citizens of most countries need a visa to enter the USA and Canada and getting it can be hard.

To get an American or a Canadian visa, you will need to come to the consulate for a personal interview where the officer will be asking about a purpose of your trip.

If you will be upfront about your intention of having a child in the States or Canada, in the best case you will be asked to show a contract with the private clinic, and in the worst case, you can be denied a visa, as birth tourism has been under political scrutiny in these countries lately.

And even if you get a visa, it's not rare for US and Canadian officers to refuse entry at the border (sometimes without a strong reason) – not something a pregnant woman needs.
Want to have a natural birth?

We work with local experts specializing in natural birth and home birth. If you want to have a natural birth in the clinic or at home, we can help!

Everything you wanted to know about giving birth abroad but were afraid to ask

Every mother wants her child to grow up in wealth, get an excellent education and a good start in life. Take care of your baby's well-being before it is even born! Giving birth overseas can give your child foreign citizenship along with the right to live in one of the most prosperous countries in the world – Chile – and travel without limitations. The USA, Canada, Japan, countries of Latin America and Europe will all open their doors to your child, turning him or her into a true cosmopolitan.

How not to be afraid to give birth abroad?

Despite the obvious advantages, not every woman is willing to embark on such an adventure. The sole prospect of her child being born in a foreign country thousand miles away from her home already seems like a bad idea. However, we can assure you: there is nothing to be afraid of! Our experienced specialists have developed the ideal birth plan that includes providing 24/7 support to the mom-to-be not only in the delivery room but also at all doctor appointments prior to the birth.

We know how important it is that the mother remains calm throughout her pregnancy, so we take care of everything. Childbirth in Chile is a unique opportunity to have a stress-free pregnancy in sunny Latin America and give birth in a comfortable room overlooking the ocean. Take a chance - contact us today and book a ticket to the happy future for your child!

How to plan your baby's birth in Chile?

Childbirth is an extremely important event that requires thorough planning. We recommend deciding on the budget in advance and preparing foreign passports for both you and your companion. Unlike with the United States or Canada, citizens of most countries do not need a visa to enter Chile, so you do not have to go through an interview at the embassy and pay a fee. And even if visa is required, it's usually easy to get. Please note that many airlines do not sell tickets to women in their last trimester. Therefore, it is also important to properly plan your departure date.

How much does giving birth in Chile cost?

The price for giving birth abroad varies depending on the package that you choose. The price always includes the informational support in preparation for the departure, airport pick-up, transfer and assistance with accommodation, mobile and Internet connection, touring clinics, assistance in signing a contract with one of them as well as obtaining a temporary resident visa for the mother and the citizenship and Chilean documents for the newborn. In addition, we will help you prepare the documents for your child in your home country, and round-the-clock telephone support.

The key to choosing the right package lies not only in the budget planning but also in making sure it fits all your requirements. The optimal option is the Comfort package. It is the best fit for those who want to receive high-quality services and save as much money as possible at the same time. For just $3,800, we will help you prepare for the childbirth, learn the language, and shop for the baby. By choosing this package, the mom-to-be will be able to save 50% on rent in Chile, and so much more!

We also offer a more expensive Premium+ package for VIP moms. In addition to everything mentioned above, it also includes a personal driver, excursions, language courses, a photo session, and even shooting a documentary about your stay in Chile.

And to the advanced moms who speak Spanish and don't need English-speaking specialists to accompany them everywhere, we offer the Basic package. We do not recommend to opt for it if this is your first experience of giving birth abroad.

Chile citizenship by birth

Do not miss the opportunity to give your child the world! Plan your delivery abroad, and your baby will receive Chilean citizenship by birth without any obstacles. Chilean citizenship is based primarily upon the principles of jus soli (right of the soil) and jus sanguinis (right of blood). According to the local law, all children born in the country automatically receive a Chilean passport. In European countries, an immigrants' child is not entitled to citizenship, and in the United States and Canada, he or she can only receive it after reaching a certain age. Also, when it comes to the European countries, the cost of giving birth abroad can reach up to $30,000 even though the level of qualification of European obstetricians is in no way superior to the Chilean ones. Make the right choice and turn your child's birth into an exciting adventure with our team of professionals!
Choose an appropriate package
16500 $
  • All options of COMFORT package +
  • Transportation to the clinic and to do paperwork
  • 3 sightseeing tours
  • 3 months of gym membership
  • 1 month of Spanish courses
  • Photo and video session
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  • Our most exclusive package + individual approach
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2600 $
Consider BASIC package only if you speak Spanish

Information support before your arrival to Chile

All documents for newborn in 10 days

Birth certificate
ID Cedula
Passport of Chile

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For advanced Spanish spearkers only
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Support begins even before your arrival

And we do everything so that you feel the protection and assistance in a foreigh country 24/7
What do customers our say
To say that you helped us… is to say nothing. You provided competent advice, timely communication, thoughtful service and, of course, a warm human attitude towards us.
Chileans are very kind and sincere people. The doctor always treated me like a best friend. Medical staff spoke English. And we lived on the 24th floor overlooking the ocean. The birth itself went the way I dreamed about, and all paperwork took a very short time. Chilekids constantly helped us. Without them, such chores as renting an apartment, communicating in the clinic, or doing necessary paperwork would be very, very difficult! We also traveled a lot. We visited an observatory, wineries, nature reserves, and thermal springs. While still pregnant we drove around 3,000 kilometers in a rental car. Sometimes it seemed to me it was a fairy tale I did not want to leave. We even stopped in Lima, Peru on the way home.
Thank you, Lilia and Natasha, for your invaluable help in preparing for my ideal childbirth! ❤ It was awesome! My son was born in February 2017, and the girls generously shared their experience and knowledge with me. Because of their advice, I chose natural childbirth (vertically) in Limache, Chile. I will start preparing for the next pregnancy now.
We spoke several times over the phone, and finally, I decided to come. I gave birth in the private clinic, in an ocean-view delivery room. And thanks to a wonderful midwife and my doctor, I had a natural birth.
Natalya Grigoryan
As a teenager, I was always very curious about how a baby delivery process happens in other countries. Now, I know ))) Everything went fine. I spend 3 amazing months near the ocean, gave birth in a modern hospital, and my child received two passports. I want to thank you again for your help!
Galya Valeeva
We lacked courage, but you helped us decide to give birth abroad. Thank you very much!
Christina and Max
Complement your visit and indulge yourself

By traveling to unique places - ever dreamed of going to Easter Island or visiting a thermal spring on the side of a volcano?
By taking Spanish courses. By doing photo sessions before and after the birth. And much, much more.
Questions & Answers
Question: Does Chile allow to have two citizenship?
Answer: Yes, two citizenship is allowed in Chile without any restrictions. If you receive a Chilean passport, Chile does not require you to give up your existing citizenship. Even more, one of the newborns received three nationalities (Chilean and of each parent) with our help.
Question: Does everyone born in Chile get Chilean citizenship?
Answer: Yes, Chile practiced the right of the soil. It means every child born on its territory becomes a Chilean citizen with the exception of children of diplomats, crew members and tourists. We help pregnant woman to change her tourist's status to the status, which automatically grant her child the Chilean citizenship.
Question: What are the advantages of a Chile passport?
Answer: Chilean passport allows to visit visa-free the United States, Canada, the UK, Japan, the European Union (Schengen), Russia and many more. According to Sovereign Man passport index, Chilean passport is the 6th best in the world - better than American or Canadian. Chilean citizen can also freely move to any country of South America to work, live or study due to Mercosur – a free-trade agreement alliance of South American countries.
Question: How long does it take to make citizenship and passport for a child?
Answer: Chilean citizenship is issued upon receipt of a birth certificate. The certificate can be obtained at the registry office (Registro Civil) in a few minutes. And it takes 8 working days to get a Chilean passport.
Question: I do not speak Spanish. How to communicate with people?
Answer: The official language in Chile is Spanish, but many private clinics have English-speaking staff. Also, we will accompany you when you will be dealing with the documents related to citizenship. Additionally, the "COMFORT" and "PREMIUM" packages include full support when renting a place to live, during doctor's visits, and at the child delivery. If you will need even more support, we will help you contract a professional entrepreneur.
Question: How advanced are clinics and how professional are doctors in Chile?
You will likely be pleasantly surprised. In Chile, doctors are highly qualified, and private clinics are of excellent quality. For example, many doctors in Clinica Alemana (in Santiago) and in Clinica Ciudad del Mar (in Vina del Mar) studied in the States and Europe and are fluent in English. And local private clinics combine European order and Latin American friendliness.
Our help is all-encompassing

We will help you in every aspect of your stay in Chile: from how to fill the customs declaration form correctly at your arrival, accompanying you during the delivery and to obtaining your child's Chilean citizenship
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Visa-free list of countries with
Passport of Chile
1 Canada eTA / 180 days
2 United Kingdom visa-free
3 United States of America eTA / 90 days
4 Japan visa-free
5 Italy visa-free / 90 days
6 France visa-free / 90 days
7 Germany visa-free / 90 days
8 Albania visa-free
9 Andorra visa-free / 90 days
10 Austria visa-free / 90 days
11 Belgium visa-free / 90 days
12 Denmark visa-free / 90 days
13 Finland visa-free / 90 days
14 Greece visa-free / 90 days
15 Ireland visa-free
16 Netherlands visa-free / 90 days
17 New Zealand visa-free
18 Norway visa-free / 90 days
19 Antigua and Barbuda visa-free
20 Argentina visa-free
21 Armenia eVisa
22 Azerbaijan eVisa
23 Bahamas visa-free
24 Bahrain Visa on arrival / eVisa / 30 days
25 Bangladesh visa on arrival
26 Barbados visa-free
27 Belarus visa-free
28 Belize visa-free
29 Benin Visa on arrival / eVisa
30 Bolivia visa-free / 90 days
31 Bosnia and Herzegovina visa-free
32 Botswana visa-free
33 Brazil visa-free
34 Bulgaria visa-free / 90 days
35 Cambodia eVisa / 30 days
36 Cape Verde visa on arrival
37 Colombia visa-free
38 Comoros visa on arrival
39 Costa Rica visa-free
40 Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Pre-enrollment
41 Croatia visa-free / 90 days
42 Cyprus visa-free / 90 days
43 Czechia visa-free / 90 days
44 Djibouti eVisa
45 Dominica visa-free
46 Dominican Republic visa-free
47 Ecuador visa-free / 90 days
48 Egypt Visa on arrival / eVisa
49 El Salvador visa-free
50 Estonia visa-free / 90 days
51 Ethiopia eVisa
52 Fiji visa-free
53 Gabon eVisa
54 Georgia visa-free
55 Grenada visa-free
56 Guatemala visa-free
57 Guinea-Bissau Visa on arrival / eVisa
58 Guyana visa-free / 90 days
59 Haiti visa-free
60 Honduras visa-free
61 Hong Kong visa-free
62 Hungary visa-free / 90 days
63 Iceland visa-free / 90 days
64 India eVisa
65 Indonesia visa-free
66 Iran Visa on arrival / eVisa
67 Israel visa-free
68 Jamaica visa-free
69 Jordan visa on arrival
70 Kazakhstan visa-free
71 Kenya eVisa
72 Kosovo visa-free
73 Kyrgyzstan Visa on arrival / eVisa
74 Laos visa on arrival
75 Latvia visa-free / 90 days
76 Lebanon visa on arrival
77 Lesotho eVisa
78 Liechtenstein visa-free / 90 days
79 Lithuania visa-free / 90 days
80 Luxembourg visa-free / 90 days
81 Macao visa-free
82 Macedonia visa-free
83 Madagascar visa on arrival
84 Malawi visa on arrival / 30 days
85 Malaysia visa-free
86 Maldives visa on arrival
87 Malta visa-free / 90 days
88 Marshall Islands visa on arrival
89 Mauritania visa on arrival
90 Mauritius visa-free
91 Mexico visa-free
92 Micronesia visa-free
93 Moldova visa-free / 90 days
94 Monaco visa-free / 90 days
95 Montenegro visa-free
96 Morocco visa-free
97 Mozambique visa on arrival
98 Myanmar [Burma] eVisa
99 Nepal visa on arrival
100 Nicaragua visa-free
101 Oman Visa on arrival / eVisa
102 Palau visa on arrival
103 Palestinian Territories visa-free
104 Panama visa-free
105 Papua New Guinea visa on arrival
106 Paraguay visa-free
107 Peru visa-free
108 Philippines visa-free
109 Poland visa-free / 90 days
110 Portugal visa-free / 90 days
111 Qatar visa-free / 30 days
112 Romania visa-free / 90 days
113 Russian Federation visa-free
114 Rwanda Visa on arrival / eVisa / 30 days
115 Saint Kitts and Nevis visa-free
116 Saint Lucia visa-free
117 Samoa visa on arrival
118 San Marino visa-free / 90 days
119 Serbia visa-free
120 Seychelles Tourist registration
121 Singapore visa-free
122 Slovakia visa-free / 90 days
123 Slovenia visa-free / 90 days
124 Solomon Islands visa on arrival
125 Somalia visa on arrival / 30 days
126 South Africa visa-free
127 South Korea visa-free
128 Spain visa-free / 90 days
129 Sri Lanka eTA
130 St. Vincent and the Grenadines visa-free
131 Suriname visa on arrival
132 Swaziland visa-free
133 Sweden visa-free / 90 days
134 Switzerland visa-free / 90 days
135 Taiwan visa-free
136 Tajikistan Visa on arrival / eVisa
137 Tanzania visa on arrival
138 Thailand visa-free
139 Timor-Leste visa on arrival
140 Togo visa on arrival
141 Trinidad and Tobago visa-free
142 Tunisia visa-free
143 Turkey visa-free / 90 days
144 Tuvalu visa on arrival
145 Uganda Visa on arrival / eVisa
146 Ukraine visa-free / 90 days
147 United Arab Emirates visa-free / 90 days
148 Uruguay visa-free
149 Vanuatu visa-free
150 Vatican City visa-free / 90 days
151 Venezuela visa-free / 90 days
152 Viet Nam visa-free
153 Zambia Visa on arrival / eVisa / 90 days
154 Zimbabwe visa on arrival / 90 days

Source: passportindex.org
Premium package
All options of COMFORT package + :
  • Assisting in renting an apartment. (You will have a place chosen before your arrival to Chile).
  • Transportation and accompanying to the clinic, to Chilean government offices for citizenship documents, and from airport for arrival and to the airport for departure.
  • Up to 3 months membership in a gym, pilates or yoga for expecting women and accompanying as an interpreter to the first session.
  • Three individual family sightseeing tours in central Chile, including a wine tour.
  • Assisting in renting a car.
  • A birth video shooting (if desired and if clinic permits).
  • Spanish language course (1 month).
  • An individual family photo session before or after the birth.
  • A stroller and a car seat for your child (for up to 2 months after the birth).
  • Assisting in solving various domestic issues: hiring a maid, renting a car and an apartment, contracting the internet, organizing leisure activities, etc.
  • Consultations and information on the following issues: getting a local mobile phone and internet, excursions, food and restaurants, shopping, photo-session, Spanish language courses, clothes and goods for children.
    Comfort package
    All options of BASIC package + :
    • Before arriving in Chile: consultation on renting an apartment and districts.
    • Meeting at the airport, transfer to rented apartment.
    • Visits to the clinics in Vina del Mar (1 day up to 3 clinics). Helping to choose a doctor and clinic.
    • Providing a cost estimate for child delivery at your chosen private clinic.
    • Accompanying to all doctor visits and exams before the delivery.
    • Accompanying during the delivery, from the moment of arrival to the clinic and until the child is born.
    • Obtaining all necessary documents in the clinic for a newborn child.
    • Accompanying to the mother's postpartum procedures and examinations, and to a pediatrician with a newborn child.
    • Information support by phone on the following issues: clinic, child delivery, Chilean citizenship, ID and passport.
      Basic package
      • Information support before your arrival to Chile.
      • Information about doctors and clinics in the Viña del Mar (coastal city 2 hours away from Santiago).
      • Information about residency and citizenship of Chile.
      • Registration of Chilean citizenship of newborn.
      • Obtaining the Chilean documents: Birth certificate, local ID and a Chilean Passport. It takes about 10 days to collect all these documents.
      • Information support by phone on issues related to Chilean documents and citizenship.
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