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  2. #6762
    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    No interest in Panama. I find it a pretty fake place, lacking in real culture or attractions.
    One day to go to San Blas and a half day to see Miraflores Locks, then you are good on Panama. Not a damn thing else there.

  3. #6761

  4. #6760
    Quote Originally Posted by DaVinci40  [View Original Post]
    but I'm surprised you didn't sample some of the goods in Panama.
    I did. I had a coffee. Hehe.

    No interest in Panama. I find it a pretty fake place, lacking in real culture or attractions. Besdes, I already paid for a month's rental in MDE.

  5. #6759
    Sounds promising for those with dual citizenships even better for me as I have 3 passports / citizenships but I'm surprised you didn't sample some of the goods in Panama. Thanks for the info though.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    2. 5 hrs in a departure lounge outside Colombia. Cup of coffee, Get back on the same plane back. Job done. Didn't even enter Panama.

  6. #6758
    Quote Originally Posted by DaVinci40  [View Original Post]

    Let us know what happens.
    2. 5 hrs in a departure lounge outside Colombia. Cup of coffee, Get back on the same plane back. Job done. Didn't even enter Panama.

  7. #6757
    Most major airports have testing centers on site. Just check with your departure airport and try to find some information about where they're located. Orlando international airport has a couple inside the departure and security areas. Fort Lauderdale has one outside by the departures area where the cars drop off people. They should be easy enough to Google search, or you can call the airport.

    Quote Originally Posted by AdMan32  [View Original Post]
    Heading to Bogota the 2nd week of February. I've only gotten one vaccine shot. Does anyone know the best way to go about testing? I'm sure at-home testing kits are a no go. Thanks in advance.

  8. #6756

    Pre Entry Covid Testing

    Heading to Bogota the 2nd week of February. I've only gotten one vaccine shot. Does anyone know the best way to go about testing? I'm sure at-home testing kits are a no go. Thanks in advance.

  9. #6755
    Quote Originally Posted by JjBee62  [View Original Post]
    https://fb.watch/hw764bp78t/

    It helps if you can understand the language.
    This was super funny! Seriously though, knowing even a little bit of language helps so much in the hobby.

  10. #6754

    Suggestions?

    I'm heading back for another couple weeks in Heaven. I'm flying into Barranquilla, but considering a side trip. I always end up in Medellin, which I love, but I want to branch out. Bogota seems just a little too big. That being said, the possible list includes Bucaramanga, Cucuta, and Cali. Are any of the cities particularly hot right now in terms of action? Any thoughts?

  11. #6753
    Could be a crafty way to get around it but I don't know what other ways that they are tracking your information and if they point blank ask you when you last were here and how long for are you going to be okay lying about it. You have to keep in mind you're breaking immigration law by doing this as the 180 day rule is per individual and not per passport (I'm not sure who told you that it's 90/180 days per passport). Since we're in 2023 though you don't even need to worry about it (see next paragraph). You risk being fined and / or barred from re-entering Colombia for trying to get around it by this way and you never know if you're going to get a a-hole / check everything immigration person or a "what are you here for" then stamp person. Can't say I would personally do it because I want to be able to visit Colombia in the future but best of luck with it.

    You may be over complicating this though. Since you're going to leave the country though and the new year has started (we're only a few weeks into January) and because you are leaving the country for 24 hours you will stop the consecutive 180 day rule and are able to do 180 days in Colombia anyways as we are now in a new calendar year no matter what passport you use. So just cross the border or fly out, come back in at least 24 hours later get a new 90 day stamp and then apply online through check mig to extend it to 180 days and pay the 100 k cop or whatever the cost is. This way you are good until the end of June 2023 and then you can leave the country and come back in to try your passport trick to see if it works?

    Let us know what happens.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    There is no rule to say if you leave the country you must stay out for 24 hrs. I understand that there may be a rule that you must stay out for 24 hrs if you want to 'reset' the stamp rule. But this does not apply if you have a different passport bcos there will be no stamp there.

  12. #6752
    Quote Originally Posted by JustTK  [View Original Post]
    There is no rule to say if you leave the country you must stay out for 24 hrs. I understand that there may be a rule that you must stay out for 24 hrs if you want to 'reset' the stamp rule. But this does not apply if you have a different passport bcos there will be no stamp there.
    Came in to say that I was asked for my boarding pass by the immigration officer when I arrived in Bogota on Friday. The officer looked at it carefully before stamping my passport and on I went. It would totally suck to get caught trying to scam the system. Why risk a potential black listing and a hefty fine by not following the rules? Seems ridiculous to me but carry on. YMMV.

  13. #6751
    Quote Originally Posted by LatinaLover#1  [View Original Post]
    But I think there is a rule you must remain outside Colombia for 24 hours. If they look at your stamp they may see your stamps are the same day. If true it may be cheaper and faster to head down to Ecuador or Panama for a night. Let us know how you make out.
    There is no rule to say if you leave the country you must stay out for 24 hrs. I understand that there may be a rule that you must stay out for 24 hrs if you want to 'reset' the stamp rule. But this does not apply if you have a different passport bcos there will be no stamp there.

  14. #6750
    Quote Originally Posted by DaVinci40  [View Original Post]
    This is a really long explanation but not knowing your exact situation I thought I'the just put it all out there. I'm not an expert in this area though but the info I'm giving is correct as of this date so you'll have to apply it to your own situation.
    Yep, I am familiar with most of that thanks. But those rules only apply per passort. It doesn't apply if you have 2 passports. but based on the likely security check, seems I will need to fly bcps I cannot think of a valid reason/excuse to pass thru a security check from departures to arrivals.

  15. #6749
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    LOL. Man it doesn't work like that. When they ask what flight did you come in on what will you say? Everybody that comes into a country is documented by the airline they come in on. Immigration has that information.
    They never ask. Sometimes they ask how long you will stay y nada mas.

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