Documents uploaded to the Immigration Directorate website may be reused.

22 May, 2024
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Users will be able to update them every time the documents expire

Birth certificates, passports, copies of ID cards, photos and other documents required by the General Directorate of Migration (DGM) from users who request permits for minors traveling outside the country will no longer have to upload them to the website and They will be able to reuse them whenever necessary except for those that have an expiration date.

    This flexibility will allow each citizen to have all the documents they have uploaded to their account in the new interface available for review and management, they can even reuse those that have not expired, which facilitates the process of future requests since The data is already stored in the created account.

    The only ones that will be demanded every time a minor makes a trip is the notarial or consular power, because these expire every time they are used and require doing it again the moment the children and adolescents leave the country to guarantee the safety of the minor.

    This new system facilitates document management and makes the travel process simpler and safer for everyone.

    The General Directorate of Immigration urges citizens who travel with minors who do not have legal guardianship to complete their authorization certifications on time to avoid congestion, since they are approved in 48 hours as long as they meet the requirements, thus avoiding losing their flights and streamlines your process.

   Likewise, it calls on citizens not to be fooled by “hustlers” whose objective is to scam people, when the same individual can carry out their process at the established price, without intermediaries and safely.

By: Communications Department