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    I don't know frankly, but I suggest getting in touch with a Spanish language school there that offers course for 3+ months and asking them how students do it. about 7 years ago

    Answered by tunnsey via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    It all depends on your nationality amd what you plan on doing while you are in the country. There are a few options: if you find a job, if you are working as a semi-permanent volunteer, etc. Check www.boliviabella.com for further information. about 7 years ago

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    Just go visit a neighboring country for a quick visit. I lived in Peru for awhile. I visited Chile, Bolivia, and Venezuela whenever I needed to renew my tourist status on my passport. I won't say it will work forever, but it worked for me for a pretty long time. Each time I came back across the border they gave me 90 more days. about 7 years ago

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    Leigh's answer no longer works for all nationalities. It used to be the best way of staying longer, but is not a sure way anymore. Some nationalities that need to purchase a tourist visa (e.g., the US) can do this, while others (e.g., Canadians) cannot. The rules fluctuate and the answer really depends on what yoy want to do and your nationality. about 7 years ago

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    I stayed longer than 3 months and had to pay 20 Bolivanos (approx. $3) for each day I stayed over. They advised that there are no other ramification Its best to pay this at immigration as soon as you know when you are going to leave and have evidence of it e.g. flight itinerary. over 6 years ago

    Answered by Ryan via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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