It allows foreigners who meet all legal requirements to acquire Chilean nationality.
|Who is it addressed to?|
Foreigners in general:
⦁ Must be 18 years old when applying, or 14 if they have the authorization of the father and mother, or those in charge of their personal care.
⦁ Must be the holder of a Residencia Definitiva permit.
⦁ Must have five years or more of residence in Chile (this term will be counted from the moment the visa that gave rise to the Residencia Definitiva was issued).
⦁ Those who have not been convicted or currently being prosecuted for a felony or simple misdemeanor.
⦁ Proof of financial support.
Dual nationality agreement: Spanish men and women born in the peninsular territory, Balearic and Canary Islands will be eligible. For this purpose, they must submit a notarized affidavit in which they request to benefit from the dual nationality agreement between Chile and Spain.
|What do I need to apply?||If you need to go over the updated list of the requirements to apply for it, you can check the following link serviciomigraciones.cl/nacionalización.|
|How much does it cost?||To know the fees for the application of the Carta de Nacionalización, you must click on the following link.|
|How long is it for?||Indefinite.|
|How and where do I apply?||Applications for the Carta de Nacionalización can be submitted at tramites.serviciomigraciones.cl with ClaveÚnica.|
|Legal Framework||Law N° 21.325 de Migración y Extranjería. Regulation Decree N° 296.|
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