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Paraguay: Paraguay citizenship:

Few webpages list Paraguay as a second passport country option, with a fast track to residency. That might justified some question posted above this destination. But as far as living there, unless you have a good reason to move there, its a lowsy place to live in, no mater what positive reviews you can read....

Paraguay: I was adopted from Paraguay as a child and wish to return...:

you might see things diferent from others considering your roots search. I personally agree that the country is really not a touristic destination , and as far as expatriation destination you have to exchange with the european spanish population to have a unbiase point of v iew. Too often people defending this destination have some kind of interest to lure expats condidats. But you might have a strong reason to check it out by yourself. IF you can afford some holidays there, locals will gladys acepts your money....

Paraguay: Pros and Cons:

is this an "animator " of the forum ?

Paraguay: Residency application:

Online information regarding paraguay as "best choice for second passport" , is out of date due to changes in regulation.

Paraguay: Updated Residency process:

1)?!?!?! Are you sure about that?

Paraguay: Alice Neufeld & Asociados:

Last time i hear that name, was on the national press acused of "estafa" http://www.abc.com.py/edicion-impresa/judiciales-y-policiales/cae-alemana-que-conseguia-documentos-en-forma-ilegal-1253781.html Keep the good work !

Paraguay: Pros and Cons of Paraguay:

here goes a sugestion for lodging : asuncionrent.com specially prepared and oriented towards gringos. The country has seen a fair share of Spanish, some that stayed in place, others could not resist the "cultural aclimatation" to that 3rd country, [ http://www.expat-blog.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=2699178#p2699178] . Hopefully, you will only have to bare that situation for a limited time.

Paraguay: Filipinos in Paraguay:

ouch, why pinoys desire to move to such a place ?

Paraguay: Apartment rental:

Check out clasipar, an easy source of proposals. I have used an interesting solutions for 3 months about 200€ ( will send you url on pm ).

Paraguay: Paraguay - Police State:

really ? is a foreigner treated in py as an afro-american in the states?

Paraguay: WARNING: Paraguay:

some claims are accurate...

Paraguay: Moving to PY in late November:

ouch, really ? i guess people exist with multiple tastes in life !

Paraguay: Starting a Restaurant:

inexpensive food called chattara is quite popular. What segment do you wish to target ? if so, location would be based on that.

Paraguay: Short term housing, Oct-Dec:

a very aceptable solution, near bus stations so you can easily move around, and flexible to host foreigners for short term with no need for warantys - http://clasipar.paraguay.com/departamentos_para_alquilar_edif_mburukuya__1170411.html On the other side of the road, a single mom does the laundry for the students thus very affordable ! P.S. I have stayed there 3 months. Speak with mr Ruben to inquire for vacancys.

Paraguay: Passport Fraud in Paraguay—What You Need to Know:

Article to read http://www.internationalman.com/articles/passport-fraud-in-paraguay-what-you-need-to-know

Colombia: sending small packages from Colombia overseas:

to provide backup to an ecom operation, you should think about diferent logistic routes. You ship "bulk" to a wharehouse and fulfilment service provider that are able to have better ratings for pricing to final clients, and reduce shipping delays. Take a look at : http://www.shipwire.com/ or http://www.3pluk.co.uk/services.html or http://www.xpertfulfillment.com/ or etc etc some providers have a "pay-as-you go" rates ideal for startups. Hope you found the right product !

Paraguay: Survey about Healthcare in Paraguay:

thats not a unique problem of paraguay. All insurance have exclusions, typically diseases that translates into costy heath care and long term treatments etc. While i spend 6 months in py ( which i hated) , meet a french dude that was forced to return to France for health reasons spite he had a private insurance. The old "socialism" solidarity health care system cant be easily beet by private insurance.

Colombia: please help me find a way to work and live in bogota:

salamat, culture chock ! :)

Ecuador: Patrick MINGA:

craig list sucks - http://quito.es.craigslist.org/cas/4304934240.html

Ecuador: Private health insurance:

eh, by chance one cant subscribe insurance from a european / american company, which is also able to cover the insures person in such country ? Internacional coverage not atractive ? or non existing ?

Ecuador: Will be moving next month. Looking to rent:

wow really ? same prices as those currently on the Portuguese market.

Portugal: Long Term Apartment Rental:

hi, to change your email attached to this site, go to "profile"... to look for rentals use this website - http://www.imovirtual.com with google translator. you will be able to see both private and professionals ( agency ) listed there, thus professional able to assist in your search.

Paraguay: You meet good people.:

ur sure about this destination ?

Colombia: Coming to medellin:

will be maybe smart not to make an impression regarding an expat project based on a forum... Check other sources too as this other exchange source - http://www.expat-blog.com/forum

Portugal: Portugal:

hi, do you speak portuguese? i might give you a few websites to hunt for work. If not, things might be harder.

 

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