Chilean Work Permit

Applying for Chilean Work Permit

To apply for a work permit a number of steps are followed, AURA HR will assist with these steps:

  1. Register with the Immigration Office of the Interior Ministry to use their online reservation system.
  2. Make a reservation in the system to apply for a Permit to Work as a Tourist.
  3. Go to the appointment and submit your application. Bring your passport and tourist visa paper (PDI). They will retain the PDI.
  4. Have a check cut and paid to a bank for your application fee.
  5. Bring the bank receipt to the Ministry and pick up the work permit.
  6. Reserve a number for the line at the Ministry for when you need to return the work permit and retrieve the PDI paper.
  7. Go to the ministry, return the work permit, and retrieve the PDI paper.

 


The following are the requisites for applying to a work permit:

  • Original valid passport and one photocopy of this passport (identification page, passport number, passport issue and expiration dates). In the event that the foreign person may have entered the country with an ID, a copy of the original Identification Document and a photocopy of this ID must be presented.
  • Original Tourist Card and one clear photocopy of this Tourist Card.
  • The foreign visitor must present an original work contract, signed in front of a notary by the employee and the employer (stating the company RUT or Identification Card Number if it is a natural person) or a letter written and signed by the legal representative indicating the activities to be performed (signed in front a notary). 

Note: Once a work permit is granted, the petitioner must pay the corresponding fees with a PAYMENT RECEIPT given by the Extranjería, which can be paid at any bank. The value of the permit is equal to 150% of the value of the Subject to Contract Visa by nationality.

The applicant will be allowed to work only when a work permit has been granted. This clause must be included in the work contract or letter presented.


Extending the Work Permit

To request an extension of the work permit, do so BEFORE it expires. To do this the following documents will be required:

  • Original valid passport and one photocopy of it (identification page, passport number, passport issue and expiration dates). In the event that he/she may have entered the country with an ID, the original Identification Document and a photocopy of this ID must be included.
  • A document signed in front of a notary, indicating the validity and continuity of the work contract as indicated above.
  • Original Work Permit Card, which must be current. 

Once granted the work permit, the requestor must pay the corresponding fees with a PAYMENT RECEIPT given by the Extranjería, which can be paid at any bank. The value of the permit is equal to 150% of the value of the Subject to Contract Visa by nationality.

IMPORTANT: The request must be made in person by the applicant, during the last 30 days of validity of the existing tourist permit, at Extranjería (San Antonio 580, 3rd floor, Santiago) or in the offices of the corresponding provincial government.

Requisites for travelling to Chile for any person wishing to visit the country, for tourism, work or permanent residence, are: to be in possession of a valid passport, and to have the proper type of Visa.  Depending on the type of Visa required, the requirements may vary, including but not limited to: work contracts, financial ability to support them and their families, etc.

 

 

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