Venezuela is the land of Hugo Chavez and oil. Many people are attracted to the charismatic Chavez and his socialist rhetoric and prefer it to the USA. If that’s the case and you’d love to be a citizen of Venezuela, then have at it. Here are the laws that you need to comply with in order to be a citizen of Venezuela. Go for it, make the move and live in socialist utopia Venezuela.
After a day or two break, it’s time to resume our journey into the Latin American citizenship and the different requirements of each country. This time we are looking at Paraguay citizenship. Paraguay is an interesting country in South America. It offers many unique opportunities and is well off the tourist trail. While it is located right in the middle of South America, some people think of it as isolated. Nevertheless, there are great opportunities in the landlocked country.
Uruguay is an agriculturally rich country in South America. Not only does it have very liberal permanent residency laws, but its citizenship laws are equally as liberal and welcoming. It’s low population and high quality of life make it a very attractive destination indeed. I hope to right up a report on it soon, but until then, you can check out the citizenship laws.
Peru is an interesting country. It’s an amazing Andean country with a very rich history and a colorful culture. It’s also a favorite destination of TEFL teachers. The rules concerning citizenship are quite good, with just marriage to a Peruvian, you can have citizenship. You can check out out all the rules below.
It’s time for another Latin American country and its citizenship laws. I am sure some of you are wondering why I am making all of this information available. Here’s the reason. Many TEFLers are looking to make a long term move out of the US and are looking for a place to put down long term roots. It’s a lot easier to make long term roots if you have citizenship. At least with these countries listed, it’s easier to know if they are welcoming or not so welcoming.
It’s time to continue my information quest on citizenship in Latin American countries. Next up on the list of countries is Colombia. Colombia is an interesting country in Latin America because it is a country that does not automatically give citizenship just because you were born there. You can take a look at the rest of the information I compiled about Colombian citizenship here. I just love getting and publishing this information.
In our tour of citizenship laws in various Latin American countries, we now turn our attention to Argentina. Argentina is a nation of immigrants and this reflects in their rather liberal citizenship laws. The laws are such as to encourage people to adopt Argentine citizenship. Of course in practice, it may be different, but at least the law seems rather straightforward.
CITIZENSHIP: (IPE) Argentine citizenship is based upon Argentine Citizenship Law #346.
I have previously posted about citizenship in Brazil and Bolivia. Now it’s time to give information on citizenship in Chile. One thing that is interesting to note is that those countries with a history of more immigrants tend to have easier pathways to citizenship. I was a little surprised by the slightly more restrictive citizenship laws in Chile. I’d love to hear your comments on it.
As you saw from my previous post about citizenship in Brazil, I am continuing on in my look at citizenships in other countries. It was fun gathering the information and getting the chance to see which countries are better than others on citizenship. I am hoping to complete this list in short order so that the information is out there and it can be used. Next up is Bolivia.