Retirement/Pensionado Visas

Honduras Visa and Residency Information Visas If you’re traveling to Honduras by car, you will need to show documents for the car as well as a valid driver’s license. You will receive a 30-day circulation permit that you can extend for up to six months. Getting A Retirement Residency Card Required Documents Residency permits are processed by the Secretary of Justice ( secretaria de gobernacion y justicia) in Tegucigalpa, so it is recommended that the application be handled by an attorney. Required Documents: Your passport, valid for at least one year from the date of your application Your police record, showing you are in good standing with the law A health certificate (you may also obtain this certificate in Honduras) One photograph of the applicant, size 6 cm by 6 cm Documents related to the type of residency considered in the application Other documents that are to be obtained in Honduras, e.g., migratory records. Honduras has signed the convention that requires the use of an apostille to give legal value to documents issued in foreign countries. If the applicant’s country of origin is not part of that treaty, then the document will be authenticated through a Honduran consulate. The types of residency permits that can be obtained in Honduras are: RENTIST: The applicant must have an income of at least US $2,500 per month from a source outside of Honduran soil (e.g., rents, deposits, bonds) RETIRED: The applicant must have a lifetime benefit of at least $1,500 per month coming from a private or government institution INVESTOR: The applicant must prove that his business or project is or will be represented by an investment of at least $50,000 RELATIVE: The applicant must be a relative of a Honduran citizen. These types of residency allow for the applicant to include dependents (spouse or children).

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Retirement/Pensionado Visas
Location: La Paz, La Paz, Honduras
Languages: English, Spanish
Description: Honduras Visa and Residency Information Visas If you’re traveling to Honduras by car, you will need to show documents for the car as well as a valid driver’s license. You will receive a 30-day circulation permit that you can extend for up to six months. Getting A Retirement Residency Card Required Documents Residency permits are processed by the Secretary of Justice ( secretaria de gobernacion y justicia) in Tegucigalpa, so it is recommended that the application be handled by an attorney. Required Documents: Your passport, valid for at least one year from the date of your application Your police record, showing you are in good standing with the law A health certificate (you may also obtain this certificate in Honduras) One photograph of the applicant, size 6 cm by 6 cm Documents related to the type of residency considered in the application Other documents that are to be obtained in Honduras, e.g., migratory records. Honduras has signed the convention that requires the use of an apostille to give legal value to documents issued in foreign countries. If the applicant’s country of origin is not part of that treaty, then the document will be authenticated through a Honduran consulate. The types of residency permits that can be obtained in Honduras are: RENTIST: The applicant must have an income of at least US $2,500 per month from a source outside of Honduran soil (e.g., rents, deposits, bonds) RETIRED: The applicant must have a lifetime benefit of at least $1,500 per month coming from a private or government institution INVESTOR: The applicant must prove that his business or project is or will be represented by an investment of at least $50,000 RELATIVE: The applicant must be a relative of a Honduran citizen. These types of residency allow for the applicant to include dependents (spouse or children).
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