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Should Lawyers Be Required At Immigration
Authored by: oldmanandthesea on Tuesday, May 29 2012 @ 06:58 PM EDT

When I got my Colombiano pensionado visa at the Colombian consulate in PC I did it myself by submitting a two page application (printed both in Spanish and English), an apostiled proof of pension, a photo of myself, a copy of my passport and my passport. Had I been younger than 65, I would have also had to provide a "police letter". The cost was $0. I had an interview with the Consul General, which I believe to be the most important part of the process. I assume that he considered "Do I want this guy living in my country?" Evidently he did as my visa was issued the following day.