Well, “la visa del pillo Piñera” is $50 a pop, single use only so I guess that’s the end of our shopping trips to Santiago as well as finally building on our ground in the south of Chile. I guess Chile isn’t interested in any goodwill when Venezuela finally recovers.admin wrote: ↑Wed Jun 26, 2019 7:32 pmwe are working through our contacts in the government to try and get a meeting with the working group at the foriegn affairs ministry in charge of immigration, to see if we can get them to issue some consistent directives to the consulates around the world regarding the new rules for visas, procedures, and the problems with the new computer system. right now it is major disaster on the ground as far as day to day implementation.
I will post a new thread, as soon as we have confirmation, related to it with more details.
I read the invitees to the conference in Chile we’re allowed to go, the others were deboarded in Maiquetia for a requirement they couldn’t possibly have met. Way to go.
As far as the quality of immigrants is concerned, Chile already imposed a requirement to have $500 cash entering Chile even with a through ticket. Add that to the approx $500 for a bus ticket from Caracas and you’re not talking impoverished Venezuelans anymore. El pillo Piñera just needed to give a gratuitous poke in the eye.