There are three kinds of travel visas to Venezuela that United States citizens can qualify for depending on the type of travel they are planning.
Here are the 3 types of travel visas we can expedite for you from our Houston office:
The good news is no matter what type of visa you require, we can get it for you. The process is a little different for each visa type.
For business visas you will need to get the following paperwork together, we will make the trip to the Consulate for you to obtain your visa.
For tourist visas, there are slightly different requirements. Once again if you put the paperwork together, we will make the trip to the Consulate for you to obtain your tourist visa.
Getting a work visa has a few more steps than obtaining a tourist or business visa. We can also obtain this visa type for you. Just follow the instructions below to put together the paperwork our representative will need to bring to the Consulate on your behalf.
There are special requirements for children and adolescents under 18-years of age.
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Despite the current unrest, Venezuela is a beautiful country. If you’d like a peek at the sights to see, check out this video outlining Venezuelan tourism.
If you have any questions or need documents translated, we can translate your travel documents to or from any language, contact our offices today and let one of our reps help you get started. Call us at 713-874-1420.
Depending the purpose of your travel to Venezuela, you will be able to choose from three different types of travel visas to fit each need. Texas Tower makes the process even faster by making the trip to the embassy for you.
Here’s what you need to know for each type of travel visa.
Special information for travelers under 18-years of age.
Individuals under the age of eighteen do not have to make an appearance at the consulate in person. The parent or legal guardian of the child will be responsible for making the appearance at the consulate with the following documentation:
child or adolescent’s original passport, with a minimum of six (6) months of validity remaining as of the expected travel date and at least two blank pages.
A copy of the child or adolescent’s birth certificate.
One (1) recent front-facing photograph with a white background, size 2×2 inches (without glasses or hats).
The mother or father that is not presenting the documents in person must provide notarized written authorization in Spanish for the other parent.
In case one of the parents is deceased, the surviving parent must present the original or certified copy of the death certificate.
If one of the parents is divested of parental authority by the final sentence of a court, the parent with parental authority must present a copy of the sentence.
If you have any questions regarding your passport or travel to Venezuela, just ask us. Call our office at 713-874-1420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re ready to help you.
TexasTower.net is registered, but not affiliated, with the US Government for obtaining travel documents. Our service charges an additional fee to expedite your passport in 24 hours to 12 days. If you do not wish to use our services, you can obtain your passport directly from the U.S. Department of State in 4-7 weeks.