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USA pensioner wants to retire in Trinidad. Part two

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Svriseandshine
6/10/2016 23:54 EST

Thanks for all of the responses. I will answer them all here. Yes, I have been to trinidad. Three times. And each time for at least three months. I am just finishing up a twenty year circumnavigation in which I spent a lot of time in each of over 40 tropical countries. I understand trinidad and I understand tropical living. I like tobago and think I would like to retire from retirement there. If I change my mind, well, I still have my boat. So.....what I was hoping for from this site was advice on how to go about it, not why I should not do it. Thanks.

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TechRep
6/11/2016 07:15 EST

You originally said you wanted to move to Trinidad. Nothing was said about Tobago. Trinidad & Tobago could be on different planets they are so different.

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OhChuts
6/11/2016 07:19 EST

Without the information you have just given here the responses you got previously were perfectly in order.

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Svriseandshine
6/11/2016 09:23 EST

I agree, but the immigration laws reference expats loving in the country will be the same, and that is what I am trying to learn about.

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gingerbaby
9/19/2016 14:25 EST

I just realized that you wrote an earlier post. What I said will go for Tobago too, re medical. For a matter of fact, you may have to end up in Trinidad if you are very ill with something that they can't handle in Tobago. If you are a US citizen and can fly out quickly when you know you are ready to collapse then all my writing will not scare you because you have an alternate plan. Again, you should check with the nearest T&T embassy in the USA. You may be much happier in Tobago as you will be a retiree and they will have an expat community with a lot of retirees and it is a tourist island. I hope that my information still helps. Hopefully, you do have some friends in Tobago. I don't know how they will be when you are living there permanently. Everyone is different. But I wish you luck and that you do enjoy your life there. It is different from Trinidad.

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