Leaders knew America needed productive, hardworking citizens. So they made sure immigration rules welcomed those who had the courage to board a ship and make their way in an entirely new world and culture.
Back then, the United States was a true land of opportunities.
People didn’t come for welfare freebies or handouts. They came to work and build their lives.
These days, it’s much more difficult to migrate to the US. The laws now make it much harder for productive, intelligent, hardworking people to get in… and to stay.
But Chile takes the mindset the United States followed in its heyday.
Immigration rules are straightforward. The country opens its arms wide to anyone interested in relocating here.
Just as with the US in the past, those who come to Chile can count on very little in terms of welfare support. They have to work hard to build their lives. Or demonstrate a stable source of income from abroad.
Chile has energy and a can-do spirit, just as the US did.
Today’s alert is all about immigrating to Chile.
In Part One, we share the latest developments and changes to the process, which, yes, remains simple and straightforward.
But it is the second part I am the most excited about. One of our staff members has recently gone through the process of applying for a Chilean passport.
We’ll detail his application process for you from soup to nuts.
Having a second residency or citizenship is an essential part of creating a solid Plan B. And Chile gives you one of the best choices out there.
Learn more about the residency and citizenship processes in Chile by clicking here.
In the golden days of the United States, immigrants came in droves… determined to create their own version of the American dream. Leaders knew America needed productive, hardworking citizens. So they made sure immigration rules welcomed those who had the courage to board a ship and make their way in an entirely new world and…