Married to Panamanian Visa

MARRIED TO PANAMANIAN VISA

The married to Panamanian visa gives you the opportunity to obtain permanent residence in the country.

To apply for this permit, foreign applicants must have contracted with Panamanians and  live in conditions of uniqueness, stability, and continuity within the marriage bed.

Because immigration laws state that the National Immigration Service may deny entry or residence to someone married to a Panamanian country (as) for reasons of health, integrity, public safety, economic or social need, the Panamanian foreign marriage (as) does not provide a right of residence in Panama.

Married to Panamanian visa – requirements and procedures:

  • You must include a complete copy of the passport, which must be collated by a Panamanian notary.
  • background on a police record or certification board. In countries where no such document is issued, the applicant must provide proof or certification from a diplomatic agent or consul of his country accredited by the Government of Panama, where it is stated that his country does not issue such a certificate, along with a statement affidavit made before a notary public stating that you have no criminal record.
  • medical certificate of good health It is recommended that it be handled during his visit to Panama.

  • Make the following payments to the national government: $ 250.00 for the national treasury in royalties from the application of a migration category, and $ 800.00 for migration and repatriation deposits.These payments can be made with certified checks.
  • an affidavit of personal background (I will send one to your email so you can fill it out).

NOTE:All international documentation must be authenticated by the Panama Consulate or Apostille abroad.
Additional Requirements:

  • You must provide a marriage certificate issued by the Civil Registry; if the marriage took place abroad, it must be registered in the Civil Registry of Panama.
  • must provide a birth certificate for their Panamanian spouse, granted by the registrar.
  • must provide a birth certificate if you have Panamanian children.
  • A copy of the identity card of the Panamanian spouse (a) certified by the Civil Registry
  • A work permit with a copy of the passport of the person concerned
  • In the case of being retired or having pensioner status, you must show documentation. You do not need to follow the instructions above if you meet this requirement.
  • Proof of national income sources may be:
    • Charter working
    • Social Security Card
    • Revenue spouse owns or receives a bank letter or statement
    • A letter of responsibility from the Panamanian spouse (a).
    • The marriage interview
    • a proof of address

Married to Panamanian Visa – Steps and procedures

  • The applicant must register their passport at the National Immigration Service.
  • comes with complete documentation
  • Migration was granted a provisional license for two years.
  • This permit consists of two phases: temporary residence and permanent residence.

Legal fees and expenses

First Phase

Expenses: $250.00

A fee of $1,000 USD is required.

Card price: $50.00

Procedures and requirements categories

Dependent permits: permanent residents

People who may qualify for this permit are the spouses, children under 18, and disabled relatives who are dependents of a permanent resident. Children aged 18 to 25 years old may be requested as dependents if they continue to study and are economically dependent on the resident or national. A resident or national who demonstrates alternative care and upbringing of a minor may be included as a dependent in Panama.

requirements and procedures:

  • You must include a complete copy of the passport, and the notary must be in Panama.
  • background on a police record or certification board. In countries where no such document is issued, the applicant must provide proof or certification from a diplomatic agent or consul of his country accredited by the Government of Panama, where it is stated that his country does not issue such a certificate, along with a statement affidavit made before a notary public stating that you have no criminal record.
  • medical certificate of good health It is recommended that it be handled during his visit to Panama.
  • Make the following payments to the national government: $ 250.00 for the national treasury in royalties from the application of a migration category, and $ 800.00 for migration and repatriation deposits.These payments can be made with certified checks.
  • an affidavit of personal background (I will send one to your email so you can fill it out).

It must also meet the following requirements:

  • Letter of responsibility from Panama
  • Relationship proof
  • marriage certificate of your spouse or the birth certificate of your children
  • Proof of legal guardianship

The interested party must be between the ages of 18 and 25.

  • A certification of where studies show student status changes from full-time to regular
  • Declaration of bachelorhood
  • Proof of sufficient funds
  • a copy of his tax return in good standing and must meet the same minimum monthly income of $1,000 plus $100 for each dependent
  • a letter from your current employer or a copy of your social security card and work permit in the tab checkbook box
  • bank reference letter

Fees and Expenses

Depending on the process

Card price: $50.00

$ 250.00 in government spending

Payments for repatriation: $ 800.00 

Contact us

Immigration Department