With the entry into force of the new law, the deadlines to stay out of the country have changed. The Residencia Definitiva will be tacitly revoked when being out of the country for a continuous term of more than two years, unless the interested party requests its extension from the respective Chilean consulate. In this case, it must be requested sixty days prior to the expiration of this term. This extension will be granted only once and will be valid for two years.
If I leave the country, can I lose my Residencia Definitiva once it has been granted? Print
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