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The Most Easy Path to Obtain a South American Residence and Citizenship

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AndesPath
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Last Post: 16 Feb, 2016
Date Joined: 16 Feb, 2016
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06:36 Feb 16th, 2016 [11:36 Feb 16th local time]
Today, a person of talent and means need not limit his or her life and business to only one country. Making an active decision with regard to your residence and citizenship gives you more personal freedom, privacy and security. Our mission is to provide you with individual attention and professional service at every step on the path toward achieving your immigration goals in Peru and if you are interested in some another country in South America, Peru is the right path to start.

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Davidrainey
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Date Joined: 29 Aug, 2016
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00:25 Aug 30th, 2016 [18:55 Aug 29th local time]
For immigration the first thing you will be needing is the translated copies of your identity related documents. Like birth certificate, passport, etc.
You must contact a certified translation service provider in order to translate all your documents and then you can move further with the other formalities.

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