Panama Immigration: Kraemer & Kraemer Answers Your Questions
The immigration lawyers at Kraemer & Kraemer have vast experience identifying immigration solutions for Panama residency visas, work permits, retirement visas, tourist visas, investor visas, the naturalization process, and more.
Do you have doubts about the Panama Immigration process?
Contact Us today, and one of our Panama immigration attorneys will get back to you as soon as possible to answer your questions and to guide you through the requirements and process that fits your circumstances such as financial conditions, family group, or investor profile. We proudly serve our clients with more than 10 years of legal experience.
Panama Immigration Overview
- Most immigration processes require a Panamanian lawyer.
- Main applicants must be at least 18 years old.
- Children under 18 will apply for a visa as dependents of their parents.
- All foreign documents submitted for a Panama immigration process needs to be in Spanish and authenticated with the apostille or a Panamanian consulate.
- All documents must be recent, and passports must be valid for at least one year.
- All visa applications require a certificate of good health obtained in Panama.
Do I need a Visa to Visit Panama as a tourist?
Panama may or may not require a tourist visa depending on your citizenship. Find your country of origin from the dropdown below, and verify whether you need a Tourist Visa to visit Panama.
Panama Immigration Residency Process
Panama provides different options to obtain permanent residence, whether you apply as a single person, as a family group, or as a dependent of an existing Panamanian resident. Consult each option below to learn more
Panama Immigration: Work Permit
Panamanian law allows permanent residents to obtain a Work Permit in certain programs. Follow this link to understand the process better and get more details.
Panama Immigration: Naturalization as a Panamanian
Some immigration programs provide a citizenship path to permanent residents. Besides, Panamanian law allows Americans who were born in the Panama Canal (also known as Zonians) to opt-in for Panamanian Citizenship. Access more details below