What is the change? Bolivia has introduced a visa waiver for Israeli and U.S. nationals.

What does the change mean? Tourists and business travelers from Israel and the U.S. are now able to enter Bolivia on a visa waiver for up to 90 continuous days in a year.

  • Implementation time frame: Immediate.
  • Visas/permits affected: Tourist and business visa waivers.
  • Who is affected: Israeli and U.S. nationals.
  • Business impact: Israeli and U.S. business travelers will no longer require a visa to enter Bolivia for up to 90 days in a year.

Analysis & Comments: The change is good news as the visa waiver will facilitate tourism and business travel between the two countries and Bolivia. While business activities are allowed under the visa waiver, productive work activities will still require a work visa.

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