Those who have committed an infraction to the “Ley de Extranjería” and its regulations. For example:
- Foreigners who engage into remunerated activities without the corresponding authorization.
- Foreigners who keeps residing in the country after the permit to do so has expired.
- Foreigners whose during their residence did not meet the obligations to register the visa, obtain the “cédula de identidad” or to communicate the authority when corresponds.
- More common cases can be found on https://tramites.extranjeria.gob.cl/ selecting the option “Cálculo de Multa Extranjero”.
Tourist or crewmember condition.
In case you select “Condición de Turista”, you must enter the date when your tourist permit expired, the days you worked irregularly (without a work permit).
You must enter as well if you have already paid a fine for irregular residence, meaning, residing more time than the authorized by the tourist permit.
You must also select if you already paid a fine for irregular work. Finally, you must select if you were inspected by PDI for irregular residence or work.
Visa owner condition
In case you select “Condición migratoria con Visa”, you must enter the date of expiration of your visa and the days you worked irregularly. After, you must indicate if you registered your visa at PDI and if you already have your “cédula de identidad” issued by “Registro Civil”.
You must also select if you already paid a fine for irregular residence, then, you must select if you were inspected by PDI.
“Permanencia Definitiva” owner condition
In case you select “Condición migratoria Visa con Permanencia Definitiva”, first you will have to select if you registered your “Permanencia Definitiva” at PDI, and then if you already have your “cédula de identidad”. In the final step, you will have to upload your “tarjeta de infractor” in case you worked irregularly.