Obtain Permanent Residency Certificate in Paraguay

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What is it?

The Permanent Residency Certificate in Paraguay allows foreign nationals to legally reside in the country without any time constraints. It provides benefits such as living without visa renewals, accessing public services, and potentially favorable tax policies.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for digital nomads, freelancers, expats, and individuals seeking a lower-tax residency option. It is especially beneficial for those who intend to establish a long-term presence in Paraguay for personal or business reasons.


  1. Research eligibility criteria and gather necessary documents.
  2. Submit your application through the Paraguayan migration office or a trusted legal service.
  3. Undergo a medical examination and obtain insurance coverage as required.
  4. Provide proof of income, such as work contracts or bank statements.
  5. Attend an in-person interview at the migration office.
  6. Wait for the processing of your application and issuance of the certificate.

Required documents

  • Valid passport - Obtain from your country’s passport office.
  • Birth certificate - Acquire from your local registrar.
  • Police clearance certificate - Get from the police authorities in your home country.
  • Proof of income - Bank statements, work contracts, or freelance proof.
  • Medical certificate - Complete a medical exam from recognized health providers.
  • Insurance policy - Health insurance covering your stay in Paraguay.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Processing time may vary, typically around 6-8 months.
  • Paraguay offers favorable tax conditions for certain residents.
  • Legal assistance can expedite the process.
  • Ensure all documents are translated into Spanish by a certified translator.


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