REQUIREMENTS TO ASSIGN ID NUMBER FOR THE FIRST TIME

The purpose to assign a new ID number goes for those Bolivian citizen who left the country at an early age and were not able to get an ID or Passport before doing so or those who get the Bolivian citizenship through their Bolivian parents. 

The application to get this ID number has no fee, nevertheless after a number is assigned must apply to a new Passport. The person must be in our Office and may take up to 1 hour, an appointment is requested.

People under 18 years old

  1. Request letter from the Bolivian parent. 
  2. Applicant’s Original Birth Certificate, issued from 2007 until present.
  3. Parents’ Passport simple copies. (Both)
  4. Applicant’s Three (3) pictures 3x3 centimeters (White background, no glasses).
  5. Personal Identification Card (will be filled out in the Consulate General).

Elder than 18 years old

  1. Sworn statement where the applicant declares he/she has never had a Bolivian ID or Passport. This Sworn statement might be done in our Office (it is for free)
  2. Two (2) witnesses who will provide their IDs and testify the Sworn statement’s truthfulness 
  3. Applicant’s Original Birth Certificate, issued from 2007 until present.
  4. Applicant’s Three (3) pictures 3x3 centimeters (White background, no glasses).
  5. Personal Identification Card (will be filled out in the Consulate General).

It would take around 30 minutes to get the new ID number; afterwards we will proceed to capture the personal information for a new Passport.