Amends Decree-Law No. 1,094 Of 1975, Which Establishes Rules On Foreigners In The Country


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Article 1.-Introducense the following modifications in the Decree Law No. 1,094, 1975: 1-article 42, be replaced by the following: ' article 42.-periods of residence in the country for permanent residence must be uninterrupted. " Means that there has been no interruption when the periods of absence does not exceed one hundred and eighty days within the year, counted backwards from the date of the expiration of the visa of residence.
Without limiting the foregoing, crew members who have been granted visa subject to contract, at least for a continuous period of four years or two if the visa is a temporary resident, may apply for permanent residence upon expiration of her, without subjection to the absence period stipulated in the preceding paragraph. "."
2. replace the 9th paragraph of title I, by the following: "paragraph 9 °-from the exit and re-entry.
Article 54.-To leave the national territory, shall be required of safe-conduct from the authority Comptroller referred to in article 10, but only in those places enabled border transit which are not incorporated in the information system of research of Chile police, equal to the Chileans.
Article 55.-Under 18 an alien who has entered the country as a tourist, duly authorized by any of the people and as indicated in article 16, N ° 4, means full-fledged entitled to leave the national territory under the same authorization.
Abroad under 18 years who are logged in as a tourist, accompanied by his legal representative, and would like to leave the country without this, must have the authorisation indicated in the preceding paragraph.
For aliens under 18 years living in the country, it will be the provisions of law No. 16.618.
If calls people to give its authorisation for the departure of foreign minors in the country not may or nay not grant such permission, this can be supplemented by the competent juvenile judge. Same procedure should be applied with respect to children who ingresaren in the country illegally.
Article 56-Foreigners who are subjected to or affected by judicial rooting must prove, to the authority Comptroller referred to in article 10, which have obtained permission from the respective court to leave the country.
Article 57.-in the case of sanctions imposed by the administrative authority for breaches of this law, foreigners may not leave the country as long as they have not complied with the respective penalty or the Ministry of the Interior authorized by them.
Article 58.-Even though it would give tourist card to a foreigner holder of valid visa of residence or permanent residence in the country at the time of its re-entry into this, will prevail in any case the quality of residence that said foreigner is out of the national territory.
Article 59.-Foreigners who have, at least, six months of residence in one of the towns or communes border the national territory, to be determined in accordance with the provisions of the following article, and have legal residence in Chile, may leave the country and return to it without the laissez-passer referred to in article 54 will be enforceable.
Article 60.-The Ministry of the Interior, following a report of the national direction of frontiers and limits of the State, will determine the towns or communes border affected by the special scheme for travel. It may, in the same way and by resolution established, have its extension to other areas of the country, when so advise it the national interest. "."