Venezuelans are finding hope and success in new countries around the world. Many have found opportunities, starting businesses and succeeding in various fields. Their strength and courage are an inspiration!
Residents in Venezuela can schedule appointments online, while those abroad can request appointments at the nearest embassy or consulate.
Discover the power of the Venezuelan passport! Ranked 11th in Latin America for mobility, it allows visa-free access to 129 countries. Holders can explore Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa, and Oceania with ease. Obtaining or renewing a passport is easy with Saime, the entity responsible for issuing passports.
This article provides an overview of the requirements for filing Form I-134A, which is used by individuals who commit to provide financial support to a beneficiary applying for humanitarian leave via the Union for Ukraine or the Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan and Venezuelan Processes.
She traveled to Spain in 2018 with a dream in mind: homologate her university degree and practice as a doctor in a European country.
Venezuelan entrepreneur Abril Jiménez is revolutionizing the outdoor party market in Spain with her unique and innovative touch. Her talent did not pass unnoticed by the prestigious Spanish magazine Vogue Business which was selected how the 10 most outstanding entrepreneurs of 2020.
Many Venezuelan migrants who have chosen to make Canada their new home agree that the immigration process in the United States is slow and cumbersome
Learn about local governments in cities like New York sponsoring trips to Canada, processing paperwork and providing a journey ticket. Know why Canadian immigration plan is attracting skilled workers, refugees and families with its target to admit 500,000 new arrivals annually and its reputation of being welcoming.
Since the age of 18 Cristian has been working in media, allowing him to develop in various areas of audiovisual production and advertising
Cristian Noguera is a young Venezuelan similar to many others, who emigrated to Argentina in 2015 with a suitcase full of dreams in search of opportunities. Since the age of 18 he has worked in audiovisual post-production for production companies, advertising agencies and television channels.
Pro-Immigrant Organizations in the US Reject Program Will Be Economic Burden
Representatives of pro-immigrant organizations in the United States on Tuesday rejected that the program that grants humanitarian visas to Cubans, Venezuelans, Haitians and Nicaraguans will be an economic burden for the receiving states, arguing that, on the contrary, it will be a contribution to public coffers.