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Some will be familiar with today’s topic: Traveling with Children. In fact, taking a car, especially when the children are young, means carrying more luggage than passenger space in the car. But things don’t get easier when taking an international flight. In the practice, it means that you will need additional legal documents, such as valid passports, certificates, and others to have a pleasant and smooth trip. Traveling with Children: Are there any special documents I should bring? If your child does not have residency in Panama and only enters the country as a tourist there is not much
How to Keep Your Panama Visa as a Part-Time Resident With the current restrictions implemented on international air traffic, border closures, and controls due to COVID-19 it is difficult for many temporary, part-time or permanent residents in Panama to travel to Panama and thus maintain their current permanent residency status. Most foreign residents in Panama know the golden rule of "having to travel to Panama every two years to maintain your resident status". But are there any exceptions to that rule? Can I lose my residency in Panama? The answer is, "Yes." In fact, the law e
untilHi, newcomers, visitors and residents of Panama! You are invited to this social gathering this Thursday, meeting on the Terrace at BCP beginning at 5:00 P.M. till 7:00 P.M. BNVSE is always a casual event and a good time to meet others living or who have just moved or visiting Boquete. A time to get to know one another share our experiences and knowledge of life in Panama. No need to RSVP to this social gathering, you can just show up. We will be waiting for you and look forward to seeing you there. BCP sells coffee, juices etc and has a full bar. They also sell snacks and othe