Chile is an overlooked country even by Latin American standards, despite having arguably the best passport in the region.
The most common path to residency in Chile is the rentista visa.
The other main option is to invest $60,000 in a Chilean business, so if you don’t want to invest $60k, the rentista is your best option.
- Prove a regular monthly income of at least $1,500 from non-employment sources such as pensions, dividends, or rental properties.
Pathway to Permanent Residency
To successful move from TR to PR, you’ll need to spend at least 180 days in one year in Chile. After one year, you can apply for permanent residency. PR usually lasts for 5 years and can be renewed indefinitely.
What Is Included?
All government fees and Chilean lawyers fees.
- Order your Chile rentista visa here.
- The faster you make the purchase, the faster you get your visa. The price and requirements go up all the time, so the sooner the better.
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