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After completing the travel without incident, I can confirm that Indian citizens with a valid non-tourist USA visa are indeed exempted from certain visa requirements to travel to Colombia. I faced no issue at the airport or immigration, as both airport staff and border agents were aware of the rule.


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If you are US citizen, no. The airplane won't let you on board. If you are a Colombian citizen, and the USA doesn't want you to stay in the USA, they will likely find a way to get you to Colombia without a passport. If you are citizen of an unrelated country (say British), the USA won't mind, but the airline won't let you on board. You should immediately ...


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You should have immediately reported the loss of your passport to your embassy. For details on doing this, click here Passports: A passport valid for six months is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above to enter Colombia. So no, you cannot enter Colombia without a passport if you are one of the above nationalities, which I ...



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