They say the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Feels a little bit like that in the world of Panama immigration and residency right… Read More »Panama Becomes the First Country in Central America to Initiate a Remote Worker Visa
Panama’s Friendly Nations Visa changes to something, well, something not so friendly. Especially if you’re from Taiwan. Or don’t want to/can’t spend $200,000 on real… Read More »Panama Takes a Wrecking Ball to the Friendly Nations Visa with Major Changes
Is it legal in Costa Rica to hire someone as a “house sitter” but expect them to work for nothing? And what defines a house… Read More »What’s the Difference Between House Sitting and Property Management in Costa Rica?
A bill to attract digital nomads and remote workers to Costa Rica is making lightening-speed progress through the Legislative Assembly. This week, it passed another… Read More »Costa Rica Remote Work Bill Making Fast Headway
If you’re thinking about buying Belize real estate you need to be careful. Scams and fraud abound, but with some due diligence and a little… Read More »Real Estate Scams In Belize And How To Avoid Them
The Guatemala v Belize territory dispute comes to the forefront again in 2019 when Belize holds its referendum over whether the International Court of Justice… Read More »Guatemala v Belize Territory Dispute: ICJ Or Bust
Immigration expert Brandon Miller offers a brief, country-by-country synopsis of the Central America entry requirements for tourists from the most “popular” countries. If you’re looking… Read More »A Country-By-Country Guide To The Central America Entry Requirements For Tourists
The topic of residency in Costa Rica and visa runs continues to engage people on social media. Here James Dyde pushes back against the idea… Read More »Should Residency In Costa Rica Be Made Even Easier?
If you’re working and investing in Guatemala, the first steps to take are getting legal. That means getting your Guatemala work visa sorted out and/or… Read More »Why You Should Arrange Your Guatemala Work Visa In Advance: An Anecdote
Irishman Alan Prendergast muses on the number of lawyers in Costa Rica there are. But that’s a good thing because as you’ll see, you’re going… Read More »All About Lawyers In Costa Rica – Because One Day You’ll Need One!