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The citizens of the following countries require a stamped visa to enter


Visa Global Services Immigration consultancy providing a wide variety of global immigration and visa services,

Migration between countries has become increasingly popular as global industries draw workers from all around the world.

Immigrationvisa247 Visa Bureau offer a range of global immigration and visa services to simplify the visa application process, wherever you want to go.  With a team of global visa consultants well versed in international immigration, we can help find you the route to travelling to and living in a wide range of countries through temporary and permanent migration.

Obtaining a visa for the purpose of immigration or travel can be a confusing and lengthy process. If you are unsure of whether you qualify to emigrate, for further information on that country’s visa requirements and legislation. CLICK HERE FOR QUESTIONS !

Panama Visa Information

Panama Authorized Tourist Visa Required for citizens of the following countries:

Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Alto Volta, Angola, Anguilla, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Benin, Bhutan, Bosnia, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Comoros, Cote d’Ivoire, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Micronesia, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Palau, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, People’s Republic of China, Qatar, Romania, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Slovakia, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Tanzania, Tajikistan, Togo, Tonga, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Yemen, Zaire, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

Note: Executive Decree 248 of 2009 allows citizens of any of the above-mentioned countries to be granted a visa to enter Panama if they possess a visa to enter Australia, any European Union country, Canada, or the U.S. Apply with the nearest Panamanian Consulate and present current passport along with the visa from one of these countries. Visa should be approved within 48 hours.

Authorized Tourist Visa Requirements

Apply either through the nearest Panama Embassy or Consulate or hire a Panama law firm to apply directly with the Panama Immigration Office.

Here is a list of the visa requirements:

  1. Provide us with the full names of the applicant (and family members if traveling to Panama) along with full contact information.
  2. Provide original Bank Reference Letter for your Sponsor in Panama along with details of the funds being held.
  3. Original Bank Reference Letter from applicant’s bank detailing amounts of funds held.
  4. Panama sponsor’s letter certifying full responsibility of the applicant and purpose for the visit.
  5. Sworn declaration by applicant in country of citizenship describing the relationship between the parties.
  6. Sworn (or Certified) statement from applicant’s country federal (national) police stating applicant has no criminal record.
  7. Sworn (or Certified) statement from applicant’s country providing his/her civil status.
  8. Photocopy of sponsor’s cedula or sponsoring company’s registration with Panama’s Civil Registry. If sponsor’s company is located in as Free Trade Zone, then a copy of the Certificate from the Free Trade Zone.
  9. Photocopy of applicant’s entire passport including blank pages.
  10. If the applicant entered Panama before provide a photocopy of last Panama visa entry.
  11. Copy of return ticket to country of citizenship (or another country if not immediately returning to home country).
  12. Two passport size photographs
  13. Photocopy of national I.D. card (or driver’s license if no national I.D. card is issued in home country)

 Global Company Incorporation Services

Businessmen around the world are facing an economic crisis .  Whether it is caused by bank failures, slumping real estate market, factories going to other countries, or companies outsourcing jobs , many feel it is time to consider relocating to another country.  If you are concerned about what is happening in your country economically or politically or simply want to preserve your wealth by living in a country which has half the cost of living to yours, Panama has a lot to offer

Business in Panama.

But before explaining the advantages of relocating and doing business in han other country

11 Essential Reasons

Picking a new country for business activities should include the following 11 characteristics:

1.  Avoiding Income Taxes: You may have heard of the term “Tax Haven”
which means a country with either no income taxes on domestic and worldwide
income or exempting income taxes on earnings from countries outside of the
country you and/or your company is really based.

A Tax haven offers you the opportunity to increase your wealth by
keeping more of your profits by not taxing them.

2. Beneficial Incorporation Laws:
It should be easy and cost effective to set up a new corporation or

3.  Currency Stability: World currencies can fluctuate depending upon political or economic conditions in each country.  Avoiding the problem with exchange rates can relieve worries and pressures.  Some currencies have restrictions moving into and out of certain countries.  Look for a country whose own currency is
stable while having banks which can handle deposits in different currencies.

4. Privacy: Worldwide there is now information exchange this mean if you want stay living in your country you must declare in your residence country the existence of your oversee company and bank account . If you full and really residence in exemple panama than you on Panamanian law .

5.  Government Stability: Look for a country with a stable democratic
government with no political unrest.

6.  Economic Stability: Seek a country whose economy has been
consistently growing with low inflation.

7.  Strong Banks: A country with modern, high tech, online banking systems with little or no history of bank failures is desirable.  The country should have good banking laws for regulating, auditing, and limiting the risks their banks can take while investing.

8.  Good Communication & Infrastructures: Look for a country offering high speed internet and modern telephone communication systems.  The international airport should be large and diverse allowing for easy travel to other countries.  The internal infrastructure should allow for easy air, road, and water transportation throughout the country.

9. Free from Natural Disasters: Look for a country which does not have destructive earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, tidal waves, or flooding.  Such natural disasters will disrupt transportation, communications, and create havoc with electricity, food and housing needs.

10.  Compatible Language: Your new country should have enough people
speaking your native language in order to allow for easier acclimation.  Expatriates speaking your language and setting up expat communities and networks will make your adjustment to your country much smoother.  The country’s language should be easy enough to learn while offering language schools to teach their native tongue.

11.  Proximity to Your Home Country: Moving to a new country or just setting up a new business means leaving behind family members, business associates, and friends.  Returning to your home country or traveling between both countries should be made easy by choosing a country with direct flights between the two countries.

Time zones should be compatible as the further you relocate from your home
country the greater time zone difference which can make simple phone calls or
online chats more difficult.

11 Reasons Why Panama is the Best Place for  Business

Panama offers all of the above mentioned reasons for either relocating completely or starting a business in Panama and commuting between both countries.  Let’s explore the 11 essential reasons in relation to Panama.

1.  Avoiding Income Taxes: Panama is considered a “Tax Haven” because it does not tax income generated outside of Panama.  For income generated inside Panama, all of the normal business deductions are available (rent, utilities, wages, equipment & supplies, business entertainment, etc.) while income tax rates are low.

2. Beneficial Incorporation Laws: Panama has one of the best corporate laws in the world.  While one can be totally transparent by being named as a member of the Board of Directors and an Officer,

In addition, it’s very cost effective to set up a Panama corporation and to maintain it every year.

3.  Currency Stability: Ever since Panama became a nation in 1903, the United States allowed Panama to be the first country to adopt the U.S. Dollar with its currency called the “Balboa”.

4. Privacy: Worldwide there is now information exchange this mean if you want stay living in your country you must declare in your residence country the existence of your oversee company and bank account . If you full and really residence in exemple panama than you on Panamanian law .

5.  Government Stability: Panama has maintained democratically elected
governments since 1989 with no political instability.

6.  Economic Stability: The current world economic crisis has not affected Panama in the least as its GDP has grown annually since 2005 with low inflation.

7.  Strong Banks: Panama’s banks are strong with no bank failures for many years.  That’s because the banking laws limit how much banks can invest in high risk securities and must maintain higher reserves than U.S. banks.  Panama banks have always been conservative with their mortgages and loans requiring documentation of proof to repay with a careful loan to income ratio.

8.  Good Communication & Infrastructures: Panama has high speed internet connections throughout the country along with modern telephone equipment for international calling.  Panama City International Airport handles direct flights from over 30 international cities including the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the rest of Latin America.  Panama has good roads with 4 lane highways connecting its capitol with all major provincial capitals into Costa Rica.  The highway between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans makes road travel in less than 90 minutes.  Every province has domestic airports allowing fast domestic air travel.  The Panama Canal allows large ships to travel between both oceans since 1914.

9.  Free of Natural Disasters: While Panama occasionally experiences minor earthquakes; it never has hurricanes, tornadoes, or tidal waves.

10.  Compatible Language: While Spanish is the main language in Panama, English is very popular due to the large English speaking expat community and the fact that the U.S. had been heavily involved in the construction and maintenance of the Panama Canal from 1904 to the end of 1999 when the U.S. turned over the Canal to the Panama government and closed all of its numerous military bases.

11.  Proximity to Your Home Country: Citizens of Canada, the U.S., Latin America, and Europe will find that Panama’s international airports have direct flights to these regions.

Ask information  about how to start a Panama business to explaining the different Panama entities, and other useful business in Panama information.