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Getting Residency Nicaragua: Understanding Nicaragua's Residency Process in Plain English Paperback – July 5, 2015
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Yes, I am a Nicaraguan resident. I started the process in November, 2013 by going to the immigration office. After seeing the wall of requirements I went to a lawyer. He agreed to help me for $500, then dropped my case to take on a higher-paying gig. So what I did was to tough it out, starting at the top and working my way down the requirements list until I had everything. Some things weren’t correct and I had to do them over. Some things were required and then weren’t. Still other documents were needed last-minute and then there were the fees. And signatures. And translations. And then my dog got ahold of my papers and, well, that dog now has a new home. Helping people is what I love doing. My day job is building schools in rural Nicaragua. For five years before that I was bringing light and clean water to communities in this country. I love Nicaragua and I love showing people what this country has to offer. And if you love this country enough to consider becoming a resident then I would love to get to know you. I live here. In Managua, actually. My home is the same one that my wife has been living in since she was born. Our kids go to school here. My Spanish has gotten pretty good even though I still have trouble understanding country accents. I love it so much that I convinced my mother, a home-grown little-city girl from Southeast Texas to move to Granada.
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The only complaint is that the book is a bit big to fit in my small pack. It would be easier to carry around if it were smaller and fatter to get all of the info in. And there is a LOT of info!
If you are thinking of getting residency in Nicaragua, this book is a MUST HAVE.