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How do I immigrate to Paraguay?


in Paraguay by @nathantech2005 | 5yr  | 14 comments

How do I start the immigration process to Paraguay? Do I just need to fly there and apply?

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@nomadtax | 5yr

First of all, to acquire permanent residency in Paraguay you need to deposit 25 million Guarani with the central bank (around 4400$US). You need a few other documents such as a criminal background check, birth certificate etc.

You need to fly there and apply in person (on your own or with the help of a local immigration attorney). You can complete the whole process in a few days but I recommend spending a month in town just to make sure.

A few months later you receive your ID card (cedula) and voila, you are a PR.

That being said, you canโ€™t become a citizen easily. The only way at the moment is to spend three years IN the country and prove significant local ties (a local business, a wife/husband, lots of friends etc).

I wrote an article on the subject a few months ago:

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@nathantech2005 | 5yr

The Paraguay citizenship is just easy to get. It doesnโ€™t actually require living there.

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@alih | 5yr

Youโ€™ll lose the citizenship if you donโ€™t live in Paraguay for 3 years, right?
Argentinian citizenship, on the other hand, can never be lost (or got rid of).

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@oskar | 5yr

I do not want to sound like a troll but easy things are never worth the trouble imhoโ€ฆ

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@oskar | 5yr

Why do you want a second passport? As an american citizen you would still have trouble with taxes everywhere and a paraguayan passport is not that good. Far better passports are from Chile, Argentina and Uruguayโ€ฆ

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@nathantech2005 | 5yr

I will just try applying solo. If I run into problems, then I will contact attorney. I speak some Spanish but should get a translator.

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@nathantech2005 | 5yr

Ya. I was skeptical. Iโ€™ve come across all kinds of scams. I wish I could find a trustworthy lawyer in Paraguay to submit the docs for me.

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@db8871 | 5yr

richardh: The sites you provided are pure ripoffs. There is no such program that requires USD25k deposit. Feel free to check the official immigration website.

nathantech2005: Yes to both of your questions.

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@nathantech2005 | 5yr

Is the $25,000 put into a reputable bank? Sorry, I am just skeptical because I know thereโ€™s some scams out there. No offense.

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@nathantech2005 | 5yr

Thank you. Did you have to apply in person in Paraguay? Also, did you have to prove residency for the 3 years (prove where you lived in Paraguay) ?

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@richardh | 5yr

โ€œParaguay also has a relatively inexpensive second passport process where you can become a permanent resident when you put $25,000 in a bank account (which can be withdrawn) and go through an application process we would be happy to assist you with. After 3 years of permanent residency, one can apply for a second passport.โ€ http://flagtheory.com/passports

http://passports.io/paraguay claim to be able to help too.

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@nathantech2005 | 5yr

I want a 2nd passport from Paraguay. I have a US passport. So I need to get Paraguay citizenship after 3 years of residency.

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@richardh | 5yr

You need to be more specific about the passport that you currently hold, and your intentions.

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I'm a dual citizen of America and France with my resident based in the America. Can I travel to the EU using my French passport?

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