Ready to get Permanent Residency in Paraguay?
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The simple fact of the matter is that so many people are looking for information all over the Internet on how to get started. A few people know, but they aren't very helpful. Well, I'm not one of those people. I will give you all the required steps, along with my own experience in having completed the process myself. Included are all the documents you will need, where to send them, how much it will cost, and various other tidbits to help.
With this course now being offered exclusively on Udemy, and the only one tackling the issue of residency in Paraguay, you now have all the information you need to get started. I show you how to get your FBI background report (the essential first step in the whole process), what to tell the FBI in your request, the process of getting an apostille on all your required documents, as well as what money NOT to bring to Paraguay.
I have created what I believe to be a thorough course in helping you to get started. Anyone who has long been looking into Paraguay residency, I am pleased to tell you that your search is now over. You will not find more comprehensive information in one spot anywhere else on the Internet. You can complete the entire course within an hour. But actually doing the steps as I've shown will take you at least 4 months from start to finish. The sooner you get started, the sooner you will become a permanent resident.
I am here to help you. I will answer all your questions with promptness. Stop dreaming and begin taking action.
There is a lot of misinformation out on the Internet. I have actually completed the residency process. I want to help you do the same.
Paraguay is a country with an interesting history. Come explore to learn more.
In this lecture, I will give a brief overview of the steps required.
There are documents included in this course that you must print out to use. I have provided a brief list of which lectures and the document names to aid you in finding them.
Many people have never been fingerprinted before. In this lecture, I explain why you need to be fingerprinted, where you can do so, and what form to use.
In this lecture, I discuss where you send the form FD-258, the cost, and expected time to complete.
If you will be paying with a credit card, you will need the credit card payment form. I will briefly explain how to complete it.
It's not enough to just send the applicant information form. You should also include a type written letter asking for specific things. I explain further in this lecture.
In this lecture, I discuss how you can get your fingerprints taken, getting a criminal background check, and even what nationalities are not welcome in Paraguay.
You've gotten the background check back from the FBI. I now explain the last step needed for the background check. This is the last critical step.
This document describes in words, the entire process with regards to getting all your documents, getting an apostille, and how to proceed in the smoothest way possible.
The second document that is critical to the residency process is your birth certificate. In this lecture, I talk about where you can get yours, and how to get an apostille.
If you are married, you will need to get a copy of your wedding certificate. Likewise, if you have ever changed your name, you will need a copy of the name change decree.
Don't be scared. If you want to get through this with a minimum of hassle, you'll need some help on the ground. Here I talk about a few of the people who can help you make the application for residency.
You're going to need to get the deposit money to show you are solvent. Let me show you what you need to look out for with some ideas and suggestions.
Flying is half the adventure. I want to talk about some options you may want to consider.
You might still have a fair amount of questions. I hope I can answer at least a few here to help you.
I have included select links to additional sources of information relating to Paraguay and the expat lifestyle. Also, thank you for taking this course.
I grew up in Des Moines, Iowa and lived there most of my life. I currently reside in Beijing and have lived in China for almost 4 years. As a new phase of my life, I will be moving to Latin America in August 2015. I enjoy movies, reading, and computers. I have circumnavigated the globe. I have been south of the equator twice. I once navigated a 19,000 ton US Navy ship through the Atlantic ocean. I have been to the top of the CN Tower in Toronto Canada. I have lots of experience in teaching English overseas. I enjoy helping people learn new skills.