One of the most confusing things about moving to a different country is getting a Visa. In Panama, a tourists can stay for 6 months. People from most countries can visit Panama with just their passport, no tourist Visa is required and no tourist Visa is issued when you arrive. You just get a stamp in your passport indicating the day you arrived.
If you want to live in Panama longer than 6 months, you’ll need to get a Visa that allows you to live in Panama indefinitely. Panama has a lot of different Visas. The two most affordable and fastest Visas are the Pensionado Visa and the Friendly Nations Visa. Those Visas require a three stop process. First you get a temporary Visa, then about 3-6 months later you get a permanent Visa, then finally get a national ID card, also called a Cedula. During the call I describe each step in detail. Listen to the replay of the October 3, 2020 conference call below to learn why, how and when to get a Visa. You’ll also learn how you can save about $2000 when getting a Visa.
Since the pandemic began in March, we’ve been doing weekly conference calls. There were 444 people on the live call. After the Visa discussion, I opened up the call for questions. We had a lot of questions so the call lasted about 2 hours. When there are people in line to ask a question, I will stay on the call until everyone has a chance to ask their question.
Also see this article — What Does It Cost to Get a Visa in Panama.
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