Bolivia to require Americans to have visas starting Dec. 1

09/12/2007 | USA Today

As a "matter of reciprocity," the Bolivian government says it will begin requiring U.S. citizens to have visas to enter the country. Americans will fall into the country's most-regulated migratory category, which requires a $134 30-day tourist visa. "We are working to not hurt the flow of foreign tourists," a Bolivian official said, adding that Americans "will be able to obtain a visa at the point of entry, either on the border or right there in the airport."

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