Venezuela enables new data update for compatriots abroad

The Administrative Service for Identification, Migration and Immigration (SAIME) announced a new modality for updating data of Venezuelans abroad

The Administrative Service for Immigration and Immigration Identification (SAIME) enabled a new data update for Venezuelans abroad, according to a statement in the last hours of Thursday, May 30.

The information was also disseminated by some consulates, such as those of Colombia and Peru, where there is a high percentage of Venezuelan citizens.

The update must be carried out in person, according to the statement, in the morning and free of charge. This is a measure to provide assistance to Venezuelans and allow them access to their accounts in case they have lost it.

The official SAIME document details that the process can be carried out between 9:00 and 11:00 in the morning, starting today, Monday, June 3, according to the Venezuelan ID terminal.

In its account on the social network X, the Venezuelan embassy in Peru indicated that “the process for updating the email was enabled, which will allow users to modify their password to access the SAIME website:”

The requirements for this procedure are to present the laminated ID and bring the email in printed format for updating.


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