Travel to South Africa
Diplomatic Missions and Consular Posts may issue Consular Passports to Paraguayan nationals residing abroad, pursuant to Resolution No. 924 dated September 3, 2013.
As expressly recommended by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Contracting States (Paraguay) will proceed to issue passports for each applicant, individually, regardless of age. As of April 1, 2010, minors may not be included in the passports of their parents.
The Department of Identifications of the National Police is the competent institution to issue identity cards, therefore the Diplomatic Missions and Consular Offices are not authorized to include the married name in the consular passports. The applicant is responsible for making the corresponding arrangements with the Department of Identifications of the National Police in case he/she wishes to include the married name in his/her name. This procedure must be done prior to the application for the consular passport requesting the inclusion of the married name.
Embassy of South Africa
Notice is hereby given that, with this Ordinance of the Minister of Health, the measures established with the Ordinance of 22.02.2022 related to travel to and from abroad have been extended until May 31, 2022, with the exception of the requirement to present the “digital Passenger Locator Form” upon arrival in Italy.
It is hereby communicated that, with this Ordinance of the Minister of Health of March 29, published in the Official Gazette, the measures set forth in the Ordinance of 22.02.2022 related to travel to and from abroad have been extended until April 30, 2022.
With this Ordinance of the Minister of Health of February 22, the rules related to travel to and from abroad are amended from March 1 to March 31, 2022. (date on which the state of emergency will end).
Specifically, the lists of countries are eliminated and the rules for entry into the national territory between EU/Schengen countries and the rest of the world are standardized. Therefore, entry into Italy will be allowed upon presentation of:
Chileans in Africa
The list of countries or zones at risk is reviewed every fifteen days and its update is published on this page. All travelers coming from the following countries are required to present some of the above documents:
Certificates of recovery issued by the competent authority or by a medical service at least 11 days after the first positive NAAT diagnostic test will be accepted as valid. The validity of the certificate shall end 180 days from the date of sampling. The recovery certificate must include at least the following information:
In the following link you can learn the details of the measures currently in force in each Autonomous Community, in addition to consulting the institutional websites of each of the Autonomous Communities.
Consulate of chile in pretoria
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