I want to go to Panama.
It’s nice and warm here.
It’s not difficult to leave, the main thing is to find yourself here. The simplest way is to buy real estate. On this basis, the entire document is made easier and faster .. And citizenship is a long one. 7-10 years will have to wait. And it is necessary?
Legalize through the purchase of real estate can be, only by buying it most for 300 000 dollars. Not everyone has such a sum in the first place, and secondly, one can buy real estate in a foreign country only for investment purposes, and for life it is necessary to look at, live. The city is very specific, it is important to understand whether such a life is suitable for you, and if so, it is better to choose an area. I know many who bought not even in absentia, but came and chose, and then remained unhappy when they began to live.
The best, as correctly said Olga, to come to the exploration. Olya, by the way, find out whether it is really possible to issue a tourist visa for six months now? Then many problems are removed with legalization in the first months.
And then, when you decide to stay – the way of legalization depending on the budget.
If you buy an apartment cheaper than the minimum investment amount that gives you the right to permanent residence, you can simply get a multivisa and live on it on this basis. If there is no opportunity to buy housing, you can enter the university and apply for a student visa. If you have a confirmed pension income of $ 1000 per month, you can apply for a pensioner pension. You can invest 80,000 (plus an annual surcharge) in the plantation or 160,000 in the macro enterprise. In general, there are many options – from low-budget to expensive ones.
In general, it all depends on the lawyers – and in Panama they are bad, and even not honest. Already the most ridiculous. & quot; honest lawyer & quot; – it’s about, like “honest politician”.
I’m here for example, not a single lawyer I can not recommend. My papers are dealt with by one of our acquaintances, who are in the immense moral debt, he must be constantly kicked, reminded, and generally do everything for him. I collect everything myself, I write, but I only attribute it to the signature. So faster.
This price includes:
5 hectares of land.
All the costs for obtaining a visa.
Payment for migration services.
Registration of a notarial deed of ownership of land (Registro Publico).
The next option is 160 000 – an investor in a macro enterprise.
Then – 300 000 nedvizhka.
You can apply for a Marakesh visa – it’s about $ 300 a month you have to pay.
Finally, if you are age-fit and receive a pension of $ 1,000, you can get a pensioner.
The first month was still looking closely, and then half a year all the thoughts were just about returning. My husband really likes the climate, he kicks, and it’s hard for me in this heat.
So from a bay-barrack to come for ever it is not necessary. But it’s never too late to go back;)
Lyuba, consider life here as an experience, even if it turned out to be negative for you.
And I also take my soul away – watermelons and boiled corn, I love it! ))
And in general, I will remember Panama only from the good side, because I quickly forget the negative;)
And we just grew up on the sea, I mean on the Gulf of Finland, but it’s cold, small, unfriendly. Although I madly loved the bay and always dreamed of living on the beach, even if it was cold.
But because of very limited savings, I would like to know if it is possible to find some kind of work for the first time? From my skills I have experience in teaching English – about 5 years (in Russia and in Taiwan). I work at school. Diploma in economics in Russia and now I’m finishing my MBA in Taiwan, I have experience working in a logistics company. He began to learn Spanish, but so far only a weak initial level for survival. I know perfectly English, confident Chinese, and, of course, Russian. I would be grateful for any advice and ideas!