How do I get a Chilean ID?

How do I get a RUT number in Chile?

You can get a temporary RUT by going to the tax services (SII). You just need to go to the office near where you live and ask for form 4415. Or you can also download and print it online ( Bring also your passport and a copy of it!

What is RUT in Chile?

Any company that will be subject to taxes in Chile must obtain a Rol Único Tributario (RUT). A RUT has 7 or 8 digits, plus a check digit. Identifiers should be presented without any punctuation and including the check digit.

Can you be a dual citizen in Chile?

Chilean citizenship is based primarily upon the principles of jus soli (right of the soil) and jus sanguinis (right of blood). Chile permits dual citizenship.

Is it easy to get Chilean citizenship?

After 5 years of residency (including temporary visa), you may be eligible for citizenship. The process to obtain citizenship takes about 2 years. You will be required to attend an interview, have a good level of Spanish skills and knowledge of Chilean culture, traditions, values and history.

Can a foreigner open a bank account in Chile?

The reason Chile has never been popular for its banking industry is because it’s nearly impossible for foreigners to open an account here if they don’t already have Chilean residency. (See here for an article about obtaining residency in Chile.)

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What does run stand for in Chile?

The Unique National Role (RUN) is a unique identification number given to every Chilean, resident or not in Chile, and any foreigner who remains, temporarily or permanently, with a visa other than the tourist visa in Chile.

Can US citizens travel to Chile right now?

Movement Restrictions:

Yes. Travel between regions requires a health passport (pasaporte sanitario) obtained from the Chilean police.

Is Chile a good passport?

SANTIAGO – The Chilean passport has been ranked as the most powerful passports in the Latin American region, placed at 14th spot among 106 places in the Henley Passport Index 2018. Chile was the best performing passport in Latin America with visa-free access to 174 destinations.