Ecuador Visa

Ecuador Visa

Ecuador Visa

Select Your Ecuador Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Ecuador Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. Ecuador Student Visa Requirements
  4. Ecuador Work Visa Requirements (i.e. Ecuador Working Visa)
  5. Ecuador Diplomatic Visa Requirements
  6. Ecuador Diplomatic or Official Visa Requirements
  7. Ecuador Asylum and Refuge Visa Requirements
  8. Ecuador Religious Missionaries Volunteer Visa Requirements
  9. Ecuador Cultural Exchange Visa Requirements
  10. Ecuador Commercial Activities Visa Requirements

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for the Ecuador Visa

  1. Compared to a lot of other countries in South America, I found the Ecuador visa information very organized and easy to understand.
  2. You will also need to approach the National Directorate of Migration to the respective census and receive the card.
  3. All visas must contain the exact activities you will be doing while in Ecuador.
  4. The main types of visas you can get for Ecuador are as follows:
    • Visa 12: I – II Obtaining a visa for Diplomatic Missions Officers and International Organizations
    • Visa 12: III
    • Visa 12: IV Asylum and refuge
    • Visa 12: V Students
    • Visa 12: VI Working visa
    • Visa 12: VII Religious missionaries volunteers
    • Visa 12: VIII Cultural exchange
    • Visa 12: IX Commercial activities
    • Visa 12: X Tourism

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