Missionaries / NGOs

Those who came to work for others
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Missionaries are volunteers who move to a foreign country sent into an area to do evangelism or ministries of service, such as education, literacy, social justice, healthcare and economic development. They often relocate alone, with a friend or partner or with their entire family to a location of their own choosing, temporarily or permanently, depending on their own financial support and often on a very low budget. A common example would be Jehovah’s Witnesses.

NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) are legally constituted corporations created by natural or legal people that operate independently from any form of government. Their activities might include human rights, environmental, development work or disaster relief. A common example would be the Doctors Without Borders or the Red Cross.

If you are a missionary or NGO, we understand that you often come to this country on a tight budget, hoping to concentrate on your missionary work. For this we are able to provide you with services at reduced costs. Please contact us for a free quote.

Included is the following:

1) Translations

2) Guarantor

3) Consulate Fee

4) Government expenses, taxes and legalizations

5) Medical Exam performed for provisional residency

6) Government ID and residency card

7) Legal documents

8) Shipping charges

9) Legal fees

Legalization of documents provided for an additional cost.

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