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Beginning Dec. 1, Bolivia will require U.S. citizens to obtain a visa to enter the country at a cost of $134 for 30 days. President Evo Morales called the new policy “a matter of reciprocity” because the U.S. charges Bolivians $100 for a visa plus $14 to process the application. U.S. tourists will also be required to present proof of adequate funds for the duration of the trip, hotel reservations for the entire trip or a notarized invitation from a Bolivian citizen, and a yellow fever vaccination.

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