Santiago is the political and social capital of Chile, where more than 7 million people live in an environment that mixes history and modernity.

Surrounded by two mountain ranges, which make it a unique city in the world. During the winter season, it is the capital of white sports thanks to its many ski centers.

It has a great cultural legacy that is manifested in the number of historic buildings, such as the Palacio de La Moneda, the former National Congress, the Palacio de la Real Audiencia, as well as the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts, among others.

Being the economic capital of the country, it is possible to find shopping malls, such as the Costanera Center, the largest in Latin America. Thanks to its modern infrastructure and connectivity, Santiago has become an excellent alternative for congresses, seminars and international exhibitions.

Discover cultural and entertainment activities, such as theater festivals, concerts and the well-known Lollapalooza.

Discover Santiago and find in this city the possibility of connecting with nature through urban parks and green areas, such as the Metropolitan Park, located in the San Cristobal Hill, the Forestal Park or Bicentennial Park.


At the moment of embarking to Chile, the person must comply with the following:

  • Check if you need to obtain your Temporary Permit depending on the country of origin.
  • Process your Temporary Resident Visa on the Consular Services for residences of less than 90 days platform here
  • Check if there is any payment related to this process in the duty table
  • People who come from Australia require a specific E-visa that you can get here
  • Bring your hotel/accommodation reservation to be checked or the letter of invitation signed before a Public Notary in Chile.
  • Proof of economic resources through copies of bank accounts or another certificate that proves the possession of, at least, USD $ 46 for every day of residence in Chile.
  • Show a passport or ID, as appropriate.

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SLEP, the Latin American Society of Pediatric Endocrinology was founded in 1986 under the leadership of César Bergadá. The main objective of the society is to integrate pediatric endocrinologists, biochemists, pediatricians, endocrinologists or professionals from similar areas for the development of pediatric endocrinology in the broadest sense in Latin America.


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