As you can see questions and answers are not over yet and with this article we want to answer to the last ones.
We hope we helped you and made you think about the many opportunities Paraguay offers to people of all ages. Paraguay can satisfy your working and personal needs and it is a country rich in potentialities for you and your family!
Can you do paperwork for you permanent residence, before you have decided to live in Paraguay?
Sure, absolutely yes. In Italy there is no problem, there are not administrative penalties.
Someone can reside in Paraguay, have his/her Paraguayan Identity Card, but live in Italy. Paraguay can be a safe “Plan B” for him/her and eventually for his/her family too. When he decide to move to Paraguay, he has already his Paraguayan identity card, so he can already open his bank account, make real estate investments and open new companies too.
Are there special exemptions for pensioners?
Sure. Someone who resides in Paraguay can transfer his money where he wants. If a person resides abroad and has signed up for Aire, he/she can transfer all the many he wants, even with an on line credit transfer.
I would like to have some information about the cost of living in Paraguay.
Here are some practical examples: a dinner (from appetizers to dessert) in the best restaurant costs 30 US dollars. Recently, I had dinner with a colleague of mine in an excellent restaurant of Asunción, the capital of Paraguay and these are current prices. With a minimum Italian wage (1000 euros just to be clear) or a pension of 800 Euros you can live really well in Paraguay.
To give you an idea: a litre of milk costs 15 cents.
Is it possible to reduce the cost of your consultancy?
Yes, sure. If you fly to Paraguay with two or three people you can cut costs of about 2000 US dollars.
Can you live in Italy and have another residence in Paraguay?
You can live in Italy, have another residence in Paraguay, have your Paraguayan Identity Card, that shall be valid for 10 years, without being joined to Aire and continuing to pay your taxes in Italy. It is possible.
You can maintain your residence in Paraguay and, therefore, your Identity Card, provided that you spend at least one night every three years in Paraguay.
Paraguay has always been a country absolutely in favour of immigration.
For example: you get fired or you retire or you just want to move abroad, because you like it better.
This is the legality.
We help no one to evade tax in Italy. We advise our customers, who decide to move legally to Paraguay, we assist them legally and we help them to obtain their residence in Paraguay and their Paraguayan Identity Card.
Whatever then he/she does, is not our concern. If someone states to live in Paraguay and he does not, that is his/her business. To have the advantage of not paying taxes in Italy, he/she must live for at least 180 days in Paraguay.
Will be there other webinars like this?
Yes, we will do other webinars, in English and Spain too. See our web pages to be informed about them. And, please, write us if you need more information. For an information consultancy, we ask you for a few dollars. On our site you can see our fees, I think they are about 25 US dollars for half an hour of consultation. We do it especially because we receives a great many of questions. Our Senior Consultant calls you, offers you half an hour of his time and gives you all detailed information you require. With this payment we can “cream off” all those who only want general information, but they are not really interested to obtain their permanent residence in Paraguay or in Latin America.
QUESTION (ROBERT): Did Italian clients have problem to obtain their residence in Paraguay?
No Italian or European clients has been denied his residence. What matters is to deal with professionals who know Paraguay and all its procedures.
A lot of our clients tried to fly to Paraguay alone, relying on very cheap and not very serious companies.
Living In Paraguay is a professional company, that applies a serious contract, that for example has escape clause etc….
I would like to say a last thing about future webinars. We hope to have connections with important people: not only Paraguayan people, but also European and Italian people on this very subject.
We are waiting for your impressions and we are still amazed for your really big participation!