Call UK office +44 (0)20 8841 7000

Colombia: New requirements for minor Children travelling via air

With immediate effect anyone travelling to Colombia with children under the age of seven will be required to provide a copy of the child’s birth certificate.

Any traveller who is accompanying foreign national minors to Colombia will need to carry an apostilled / legalised copy of the birth certificate. Those travelling with Colombian national children must carry a copy of the birth certificate (issued by the notary where the birth was registered).

Regardless of the nationality of the minor, if they are not travelling with both parents, a travel authorisation from the absent parent(s) must be carried.

More information

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Immigration team at immigration@sterling.com or call +44(0)20 8836 3359.

Iraq: New requirements for Visa Letters of Approval
News
01 Oct 2018

Iraq: New requirements for Visa Letters of Approval

Iraq’s Ministry of Interior (MOI) now requires companies to pay a security deposit of IQD 100’000 for each visa application...

Learn More

WHAT THEY SAY...

Thank you for your kind efforts to make our adjustment to life in Switzerland as smooth as possible. I couldn’t imagine doing this without the great support from Sterling.
Brazil: Taxpayer ID is now required for dependents of all ages
News
01 Oct 2018

Brazil: Taxpayer ID is now required for dependents of all ages

Effective 1st January 2019, dependents, regardless of their ages, will be required to register for a CPF (Cadastro de Pessoas...

Learn More
Wordpress | Drupal | Magento | plugins and themes | Developers IT Services | Consulting | Business Solutions