Multiple Visa in Panama

Panama, a country where cultures and businesses converge, opens its doors to foreigners with residence applications in process through the Multiple Visa system. But what exactly is this Multiple Visa and how can you obtain it? Below, we will provide you with a complete guide on the topic. Join us!

Definition of Multiple Visa

The Multiple Visa is a permit granted by the National Immigration Service of Panama that allows foreigners to enter and exit the country as many times as they wish during the validity period of the visa. The multiple visa is an official stamp that is affixed to the passport upon approval of the application.

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for a Multiple Visa, you must have legal status in Panama, either as a temporary or permanent resident, or be the holder of a non-resident visa that allows multiple entries. Additionally, you must demonstrate the need or convenience of visiting the country recurrently.

Required Documentation

The documentation required for the application includes, among others:

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Application Process

The application process for the multiple visa can be divided into four steps:

Benefits of the Multiple Visa

The benefits of the multiple visa are numerous, including travel flexibility, the opportunity to explore business opportunities, and the convenience of not having to apply for a visa every time you want to enter or leave the country.

Beneficios de la Visa Múltiple

Information on Renewal and Validity

The multiple visa generally has the same validity as the residence permit that the applicant has in process. This type of visa can be renewed by submitting a new application and paying the corresponding fees before the current visa expires.

Is there a fine for traveling out of the country without the visa stamped?

Definición de Visa Múltiple

Yes, the fine for traveling out of Panama without the stamping of the multiple visa can vary according to the immigration regulations established by the National Immigration Service of Panama. Currently, available information indicates that the first time traveling without the corresponding stamp, the fine can be approximately two thousand dollars ($2,000). In case of recurrence, the fine could increase to five thousand dollars ($5,000).


Due to the complexity of the process and the need to comply with all legal requirements, it is imperative to hire the services of a qualified Panamanian lawyer. If this is your case, our immigration law specialists can provide expert advice, review and prepare documentation, and represent you before the National Immigration Service. Contact us!

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