Do you get a retirement visa before you come to Equador or do you apply there. What do you need to get one. Both my husband and I will have Social Security when we come.
Law and rules change frequently here regarding visas. My best advice is to get good legal advice which seems to be a job in and of itself. I have gone through 3 attorneys looking for ones that can do the job, charge fair and are honest in their dealings. This is more difficult that one might think and it is a process. I finally found one and have been using him for a few months and it has been a great experience. He is young and knowledgeable, but the best part is…he thinks. I know that may sound strange but its true. Thinking of ways to follow the law without causing undo stress or ways to make things happen is not a way of thinking here, so finding him has been refreshing. If you would like his name please email me at…………
firstname.lastname@example.org and I will put you in touch. Larry
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