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Ecuador Residency Visas (What are the types, and what is required)

We visited with the Ecuador Legal Team to discuss the five most common types of Residency Visas available to Expats who wish to live in Ecuador.
There are however nine more in the list below, please contact Grace at the Ecuador Legal Team if you would like information on any of these fourteen Visas:

1. Work Visa
2. Rental Income Visa
3. Retirement Visa
4. Investor Visa
5. Scientist, Investigator or Academic Visa
6. Athlete, Artist or Cultural Manager Visa
7. Religious or Religious Volunteer Visa
8. Volunteer Visa
9. Student Visa
10. Professional Visa
11. Residency by Treaty Visa
12. Dependents Visa
13. Asylees and Refugees Visa, &
14. Visas of Exception

The Ecuador Legal Team
Email: info@ecuadorlegalteam.com
Office Telephone: Magic Jack number: 651-621-3652
Calling within Ecuador (07) 407-9358 / Calling outside of Ecuador (593) 7 407-9358;

Ecuador Legal Team also specializes in Ecuadorian law pertaining to:

1. Legal Immigration to Ecuador (Visas & Citizenship)
2. Real Estate Law
3. Civil Law
4. Customs Law
5. End of Life Planning
6. Corporate Law
7. Labor Law
8. IESS Government Health Insurance
9. Bank Accounts
10. Tax Law
11. Business Licenses
12. Translations

GRACE VELASTEGUI
Attorney at Law
Luis Cordero 6-41
Cuenca, Ecuador

Email: info@ecuadorlegalteam.com
Office Telephone: Magic Jack number: 651-621-3652
Calling within Ecuador (07) 407-9358 / Calling outside of Ecuador (593) 7 407-9358;

Grace Velastegui is a bilingual attorney practicing in Cuenca, Ecuador. Since 2003 she has
been specializing in residency visas and real estate for foreigners immigrating to Ecuador.
In addition to her work as an attorney, Grace has also worked in the Customs Department
in Ecuador and has experience as a University Professor teaching English, External Trade
and Spanish as a Second Language for the Foreign Program of the University of Lewis &
Clark. She is also a qualified mediator for resolving disputes. She not only received her
education in Ecuador but has also studied as an exchange student in the United States.

Education: Doctor of Jurisprudence from University of Cuenca, Ecuador

University of Loja and the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador:
Superior Diploma of Fourth Level Innovative Teaching Methods
University of Cuenca: Diploma of English Proficiency
Tabb High School: Exchange Student Virginia, United States
Abraham Lincoln North American Educational Center: Graduated
English Studies

Julie and I retired early not by luck but by planning.
One of our spokes to our wheel for savings, and now an income stream
is Fundrise. Basically we are invested in many apartment complexes around the country.
We get a portion of the rents in the form of dividends, and growth in value with the appreciation
of the properties. We currently have selected an income REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust)
which historically pays between 7.5% – 9% annually in dividends. You can chose a balanced REIT which has a split between appreciation and dividends or a REIT where it’s focused on appreciation and not dividends.
Check it out to see if it’s a fit for your savings, or retirement strategy. Feel free to share this with those you feel may benefit from this program.

To Contact Warren & Julie Email: warrenjulietravel@gmail.com
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23 COMMENTS

  1. Great interview video! While on investor visa, I will need to stay out of Ecuador for more than 3 months a year. Can I apply for permanent resident visa at the end of temporary resident investor visa 2 years term? How many years of residency do I need to be eligible to apply for Ecuador citizenship? Thanks!

  2. Very Informative video. I am interested on the Investor Visa. My fiancée lives there. I am not pretty sure what is the paperwork that I have to gather. No problem with Spanish. My mother tongue is Spanish actually. My situation is kinda different. My job is a little unconventional, cause I work in US, I have the facility on take vacations every 3 to 6 weeks, and I spend my spare time between Puerto Rico and Ecuador for weeks, even for a month. Nice information!

  3. Please contact Grace at the Ecuador Legal Team if you would like information on any of these fourteen Visas:

    1. Work Visa

    2. Rental Income Visa

    3. Retirement Visa

    4. Investor Visa

    5. Scientist, Investigator or Academic Visa

    6. Athlete, Artist or Cultural Manager Visa

    7. Religious or Religious Volunteer Visa

    8. Volunteer Visa

    9. Student Visa

    10. Professional Visa

    11. Residency by Treaty Visa

    12. Dependents Visa

    13. Asylees and Refugees Visa, &

    14. Visas of Exception

    The Ecuador Legal Team

    Email: info@ecuadorlegalteam.com

    Office Telephone: Magic Jack number: 651-621-3652
    Calling within Ecuador (07) 407-9358 / Calling outside of Ecuador (593) 7 407-9358;
    Ecuador Legal Team also specializes in Ecuadorian law pertaining to:

    1. Legal Immigration to Ecuador (Visas & Citizenship)

    2. Real Estate Law

    3. Civil Law

    4. Customs Law

    5. End of Life Planning

    6. Corporate Law

    7. Labor Law

    8. IESS Government Health Insurance

    9. Bank Accounts

    10. Tax Law

    11. Business Licenses

    12. Translations

    GRACE VELASTEGUI

    Attorney at Law

    Luis Cordero 6-41

    Cuenca, Ecuador

    Email: info@ecuadorlegalteam.com
    Office Telephone: Magic Jack number: 651-621-3652
    Calling within Ecuador (07) 407-9358 / Calling outside of Ecuador (593) 7 407-9358;

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