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The Internet is perhaps our world’s greatest source of information… current and outdated… accurate and made-up. That’s why I don’t consider Google my friend. Instead, I count on the network of contacts I’ve developed around the world over the past two-and-a-half decades for
Panama has long been recognized as one of the best—and easiest—options in the world for a backup residency. When former president Ricardo Martinelli created the Friendly Nations program in 2012, any citizen of one of the countries on that list could get residency in Panama by opening a local bank account with just a US$5,000 deposit. Today, the […]
Kathleen and I have just returned to Paris from Chamonix, where we spent Christmas with our children and baby granddaughter. We’re following the coronavirus rules in France, but the fact that we’re all able to be in this country and to travel during the pandemic is a testament to the more than 25 years Kathleen […]
Getting to Ireland wasn’t a concern. Returning Irish citizens are allowed to enter Ireland from anywhere. You have to complete a form online that includes where you will be staying for your first 14 days after arrival, as the Irish government wants you to self-quarantine for that period. However, no destination information is required if […]
When establishing a Plan B or backup residency, most people look for the easiest option… but “easiest” isn’t a one-size-fits-all concept. This debate came up during a conference call with my editorial team earlier this year. We realized that we’d used the term “world’s easiest residency” in two different articles, one referencing Colombia, the other […]
As I reported last week, Kathleen and I need visas for China. We’ll be traveling to the country with our son in August to install him in his freshman dorm room at NYU Shanghai. The visa application process proved only mildly complicated. We’re in Europe and elsewhere until we leave for China, so we couldn’t apply […]