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Only cash payment will be accepted, through clearance certificate or bank transfer. The cash sent via mail will be returned at the risk of the applicant. The Cuban citizens who are unable to return to Cuba for some justified reason in a month period and want to keep the migration status of temporary travel, may request the extension for over 24 months in the Cuban Consulate.
For this application the interested party must: Present the valid Cuban Passport Present the application in writing with the explanation of the reasons for the application Documents backing up the reasons for the application if it corresponds The stipulated tariff rate for this service must be paid When the authorization of extension for over a month period is informed, the interested party must pay the consular tariff rate, for every month of authorized extension.
Also the parents and children under 18 years of age or disabled, of Cuban citizens with the RE migration status. Also for close relatives in the national territory living with RE Cuban citizen, when it is evident that they have lost part of their protection or are unfit for work.
When there are other reasons being humanitarian or family supporting the resident status of the interested person abroad. This process is authorized by Cuban migration authorities.
For requesting the RE the following steps are required: Transcription and formalization at the Consulate of the marriage held before the authorities of the foreign country. If the transcription has not been made, the corresponding documents should requested from the Consulate.
Application for Residence Abroad.
The Cuban spouse should carry out the procedures indicated below: Four passport photographs 4,5 x 4,5 cm Presenting a RE application form at the Cuban Immigration Office Photocopy of your passport Photocopy of the document from your country of residence Name, Last names and address of the person of reference in Cuba father, mother, siblings, etc.
You must pay the consular fees for the application. If it is approved, you must pay the corresponding consular fee for the approval at the moment of receiving the response from the Cuban authorities.
If you got married in Cuba, you should present the original Marriage Certificate with at least one year of being issued. If this application is for an underage the original Birth Certificate must be attached. The Consulate will send the aforesaid document to the Cuban Immigration Office.
The fact of having requested the change of travel status does not mean it is given automatically, it can be denied or granted. Getting registered in the office for Cuban citizens of the Consular office of the corresponding place of residence.
If you moved your residence abroad you should notify the Consular Office where you are registered and you should appear at the nearest Consular Office of your new domicile to carry out the new registration.
If you will stay in Cuba for over 12 months you will lose status and should request a new authorization. The failure to comply with these duties can result in the revocation of RE.
The non-permanence of some of the requirements demanded can result in the revocation of RE.Cheque writer and cheque printing software for Free! When addressing international mail, use these USPS recommendations for destination and return addresses..
Destination address: Use all capital letters. Type or legibly write the address in English. Use no more than 5 lines, including. 1 a: a place where a person or organization may be communicated with asked for her name, address, and phone number.
b: directions for delivery on the outside of an object (such as a letter or package) an envelope with an illegible address. When mailing an envelope or postcard, leave at least the bottom 16 millimeters (5/8 inch) blank on both front and back. (The postal service's reading and sorting machines might need this space to print bar codes on your mail.).
France - France, – King Louis XVIII’s second return from exile was far from glorious. Neither the victorious powers nor Louis’s French subjects viewed his restoration with much enthusiasm, yet there seemed to be no ready alternative to Bourbon rule.
The allies avenged themselves for the Hundred Days by writing a new and more severe Treaty of Paris. NOTE D'INFORMATION Le Consulat Général de Cuba en France n'acceptera plus le paiement en espèces des services consulaires VISA Touristique (ou Carte Touristique) Visas d'affaires VISA de journaliste VISA Familial (A-2) Visa touristique (A-1).