There are three major options to get a Chilean passport legally:
You need to be a resident for at least 5 years to qualify. The procedure includes supporting paperwork and a personal interview. However, the process might take around two years.
If you are born on the territory of the country, you can get a passport by the right of the soil. Contact us
to learn more details on how to get a Chilean passport by birth.
If you can prove that your ancestors, child or spouse are Chilean, you have a right to apply for citizenship to reunite with your family.
Getting a second passport is a huge trend right now that allows you to have a plan B in case something prompts you to leave your homeland. And being able to travel to the U.S. from Chile without a visa is just one of the many perks the citizenship of this beautiful country has to offer. Grab your chance to live beside the ocean in the most developed country of Southern America!