Uruguay grants visa-free access to holders of Macao SAR Passport and Travel Permit

The Honorary Consul of Uruguay in Hong Kong, Dr. Anabella Levin-Freris, visited the Identification Services Bureau (DSI) and met with the Director, Ms. Ao Ieong U, on 25th January 2016, to notify DSI of the exemption of visa requirement for Macao SAR Passport holders and Macao SAR Travel Permit holders visiting the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.

The Honorary Consul of Uruguay in Hong Kong, Dr. Anabella Levin-Freris, visited the Identification Services Bureau of the Macao Special Administrative Region (hereafter called “Macao SAR”) and met with the Director, Ms. Ao Ieong U, on 25th January 2016. Dr. Levin-Freris informed the Macao SAR Government that, with effect from 1st February 2016, Macao SAR Passport holders and Macao SAR Travel Permit holders can enter the Oriental Republic of Uruguay as a tourist without obtaining a visa for a maximum stay of 90 days. Both parties perceive that the facilitating measures will continue to strengthen the ease of travellers and therefore to boost in the tourism, and socio-culture between the two places. At present, a total of 119 countries or territories have agreed to grant visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to Macao SAR Passport holders, while 11 countries have agreed to grant Macao SAR Travel Permit holders visa-free access to their region.

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