A call to the Venezuelan community in Chile to register for the Single Consular Registry was made by the Venezuelan ambassador in Chile, Guarequena Gutiérrez, who informed that this process will be carried out by Venezuelans through the newly released embassy website.
This registry, as indicated by the diplomatic representative of Venezuela, will allow for a reliable census and to know the needs of Venezuelans who live in Chile. The objective is to be able to offer the consular services that they require as they are reactivated, since in Chile it has not been possible to cease the usurpation of the embassy, and the consular activities so far have been limited to support and advice via meetings with the community, email and social networks.
The ambassador pointed out that the data provided by users for the Single Consular Registry will be protected according to the highest security and privacy standards.
The embassy website aims to be a more direct way to keep the Venezuelan community informed of the activities that are being carried out every day and at the same time be a channel to generate the appropriate strategies to support and help the community of Venezuelan migrants.
Ambassador Guarequena Gutiérrez recalled that the legitimate Venezuelan Embassy in Chile is constantly working to end the usurpation in Venezuela, establish a transitional government and call free and transparent elections as soon as possible.
Chile has received approximately 400,000 Venezuelans, and has facilitated processes such as the resolution that allows the extension of the validity for two years of passports issued from 2013 onwards, combined with the delivery of the Democratic Responsibility Visa (VRD), in all consulates of Chile, following the structural crisis generated by the usurper Nicolas Maduro Moros and company.