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Visa Question: U.S. Citizen Flying from Brazil to Bolivia

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Hey fellow travelers,

I am a U.S. citizen currently in Brazil on a tourist visa, and am planning to fly into Santa Cruz, Bolivia in the next two weeks. I have done a quite a bit of research, but would like to be absolutely sure about my Bolivian Visa situation before booking my flight.

My question is...will I be able to fly out of Brazil and apply for a Bolivian Visa upon arrival in Santa Cruz? I will have all the required paperwork to obtain the Bolivian Visa, I'm just worried the airline won't let me board an international flight to Bolivia without already having the visa.

I would greatly appreciate any feedback/insight/experiences from you all. Thanks!!

-Drew

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