Change of migratory status from MERCOSUR Agreement countries

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Details

We offer the service of Migratory Status Change for Citizens from countries of the Mercosur Agreement: Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia and Ecuador. 
The residency is for two years and in order to start the process client needs to bring their home country judicial background document apostille. Further document information will be advised as service is booked.
Service price includes all government and transportation fees (in Lima) for the service.
Time: 60 working days (can be less).




Included in this service

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Documents collection

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Forms filling

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Application assistance

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.

Full Service

$650 - $750

Consultation

Free - $70

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  • Consultation call is a short quick expert advice on a specific case related to visa, immigration, relocation, tax and other expert domains. It can be a legal or non-legal advice depending on the service, consultation are usually given online via video and phone call. Paid consultations are 100% refundable towards full service cost.

  • Full service offer all the items which are mentioned in "included". The cost of the service can depends on your specific case. You can see the estimated range of service above. You can book a consultation first to know the process and pricing before you hire the full service.

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