Move to Panama Q&A June 2024

Since 2010, Panama Relocation Tours and Jackie Lange have done monthly Q&A calls or livestreams to give you a chance to ask questions about moving to and living in Panama.

We know moving to Panama is a big decision, so it helps to get answers to some of your questions before you book a scouting trip or a Panama Relocation Tour.

Watch the replay of the June 2024 Move to Panama Q&A Livestream:

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*Top 10 Reasons to Retire in Panama
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*Healthcare and Health Insurance
*13 Negatives about Panama
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*And so much more

Where would you like to live in Panama? At the beach, in Panama City, in a colonial town, in the highlands, or on an island?

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Las Tablas Panama
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Volcan Panama

Jackie Lange

Jackie Lange is the founder of Panama Relocation Tours and lives in the highlands of Boquete Panama. She has helped thousands of people relocate to Panama.

Reader Interactions


  1. Diane Watts says

    My husband wants to continue working with his now employer and will be working remote in Panama. What Visa would he be looking at?

    • Jackie Lange says

      Hello Diane, if your husband works remotely for a company that does not sell products or services in Panama, then he can get a Pensionado visa. No work permit is needed to work remotely

  2. Arabella Childs says

    Hi Jackie, I just discovered you today on YouTube and was blown away by the quality and detail of your presentation. I’m a retired Canadian with old age pensions from Canada and Sweden, and the big problem I have encountered is that neither country is willing to put the word “lifetime” in their letters attesting to the pensions. So if Panama requires that I prove a lifetime pension, how can I do this? This question may affect many retirees with state pensions. Many thanks in advance for your answer.

    • Jackie Lange says

      Hello Arabella. I’m glad you found us! Panama immigration knows that the Canadian pensions are lifetime. What you will need to do is attach an affidavit that says my pension is for the rest of my life, then get it notarized and submit that document along with your proof of income. Immigration will accept that. easy peasy!

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