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Uruguay is a South American republic that borders the Southern Atlantic Ocean. Argentina and Brazil are neighboring countries. Uruguay’s topography is dominated by undulating grassland and a complex network of waterways. The government is a constitutional republic, with the president serving as chief of state and head of government. 

 

Uruguay has a mixed economic system, combining individual freedom, centralized financial planning, and government control.  It is part of the Southern Common Market. The economy of Uruguay has been stable since 2002. The agricultural sector generates the main profit for the country. 

 

Uruguay welcomes visitors and has a lot to offer. Although it may not be the richest country in the region, it certainly knows how to show off its wealth. Uruguay has a lot to impress, from its Atlantic beaches to its old-world villages.

Uruguay is small compared to its South American neighbors, but it still has a lot to offer ex-pats and businesses wishing to expand globally.

Foreign nationals must provide the following documents throughout the application process:

As part of your visa application package, you must provide sufficient evidence that you meet the eligibility criteria.

Obtaining residence in Uruguay via a VISA is an administrative procedure that must be completed before the National Immigration Office when a foreigner intends to remain in Uruguay temporarily or permanently. The method is different; it is more nimble, especially if you are a Mercosur member. The residency permit will enable you to work lawfully in Uruguay.

The following are the general application requirements:

All papers must be legalized or validated by the appropriate Uruguayan Consulate and the Uruguayan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Those going to Uruguay to start a business, attend meetings, or train local staff to run foreign-purchased machinery are issued a Business Visa. Overseas Missionaries who want to serve in Uruguay may also be given a Business Visa.

Direct U.S. Immigration’s global mobility branch supports potential foreign nationals in their immigration to Uruguay. Whether you wish to build a business in Uruguay, reconnect with your family, or immigrate as a skilled worker, we provide experienced advice and application procedures.

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