STEPS HOW TO START WITH THE PANAMA IMMIGRATION PROCESS

STEPS HOW TO START WITH THE PANAMA IMMIGRATION PROCESS

STEPS HOW TO START WITH THE PANAMA IMMIGRATION PROCESS

  • step 2

    Stage 2 (Trip No.2 to Panama): Passport Registration and Provisional Residency Application: BUSINESS DAY 1 (PASSPORT REGISTRATION): · Client / Applicant(s) presence IS required. NOTE: No shorts, t-shirts or sandals are permitted in government offices. · At 8:00 a.m. Client / Applicant(s) should meet at our law office with two (2) Passport size photographs, US$5.00 in cash, and…Read More

  • step 3

    BUSINESS DAY 2 & 3 (DOCUMENT PREPARATION): · Client / Applicant(s) presence is NOT required. · A complete photocopy of the applicants’ passport (including a copy of the Panama Immigration Registration stamp page) must be made and it must be authenticated by a Public Notary in Panama, which requires that we have the passport accessible. If…Read More

  • Step 4 and 5

    BUSINESS DAY 4 (RESIDENCY APPLICATION PRESENTATION):  Client / Applicant(s) presence is NOT required, however, we will need to keep applicant(s) original passport for the immigration application presentation.  The passport will be returned the same day or the following business day. If all documents are ready, authenticated, translated to Spanish, and the completed package with a full set…Read More

  • Step 6-7-8

    BUSINESS DAY 6, 7 & 8 (MULTIPLE ENTRY-EXIT VISA APPLICATION AND PROCESSING):  Once the “Temporary Residency Card” is obtained, Client(s) / Applicant(s) require a Multiple Exit and Entry Visa, in order to exit and enter the country. Client / Applicant(s) presence is NOT required, however, our attorney / paralegal will need to have applicant(s) original…Read More

  • Step one

    Prepare all your documents In general you need 1. Eight (8) passport size photos. 2. Criminal history background check, duly authenticated by the Embassy or Consulate of Panama, or Apostilled. 3. Copy of Applicant’s second I.D. (different than Passport) from applicant’s country of origin such as driver’s license or government issued photo I.D., duly authenticated…Read More

 

THE PANAMA IMMIGRATION PROCESS