Fees & Costs for the Pensioner Visa:
Our fees have been established, taking into account the rules established in the Panama Law Society Rates of Minimum Professional Fees for Lawyers.
NOTICE: As of July 1, 2010 our sales tax (ITBMS) has increased to 7% and applies to all services offered by law firms, and will be charged accordingly to clients.
Spouse or other Dependent (each):
Usually, for a couple, the total cost is around $2,650.00, including the fees & expenses.
Please note that the out-of-pocket expenses are based on the assumption that the client will obtain all authenticated documents in their country of origin, and that we will not be required to send courier packages or documents to the Panamanian Consulate of that country. If we are required to send documents back to that country of origin, please note that the following additional charges will be incurred:
Also, please note that is you do not get the necessary Certificate of Good Standing (if you receive a private pension, rather than a state pension), we can request this for you. However, we did have one case where the cost to obtain an Apostilled Certificate of Good Standing was £350.00 (over US$650.00). This will obviously increase the estimated cost of your visa incredibly, if you do not bring the right documents with you.
Clients will be requested to provide Gray & Co. will a Prepayment of $500.00 per person to begin the immigration application.
Payments can be made via Visa or Mastercard. Please see our Credit Card Authorisation Form.
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