Moving to Colombia | Wandering Soup

Below is a quick nutshell view for those that don't want to watch the Vlog: Land- Yes! As an expat you can own land in Colombia and the process is the same as a native. You must of course have a valid passport and the funds necessary for the purchase. Land ownership can lead to residency as well, depending on the amount spent. Business Ownership - The short answer is yes you can. The long answer is that there is a lengthy process and you will need a lawyer and an accountant. Citizenship - Yes and with the added bonus of retaining your U.S. citizenship or rather having dual citizenship. Most of the countries we've looked at so far have laws that grant citizenship based on time, 5, 7 or even 1

Best Countries for African American LGBTQI to Relocate To! | Wandering Soup

If you are a member of any BLACK travel group on Facebook or follow a BLACK centric IG page, you would believe--and possibly rightly so--that everyone is looking to leave America for a multitude of reasons, culminating in the upcoming election. There's been a huge "Back to Africa" movement along with a few other countries for various reasons, unfortunately a lot of the countries listed or touted as the new home for US aren't really for US and by US, I mean African American LGBTQI members. Whether you are card-carrying or not. If you are a member of any of these Black travel groups, be they LGBTQI-centric or not, an often-asked question is where can "we" go that we will be safe? That offers o

Catching Up and Catching Flights! | Wandering Soup

We are here! Here being Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Yep once the gates opened up in Da Nang, we got the heck on up out of there. For various reasons, some obvious and the others more based on feelings. The pandemic has made life interesting and yes a little bit on the difficult side. We started out this journey not knowing really how long SE Asia would be our home, open to all possibilities. Covid-19 didn't stop our journey but certainly changed the trajectory of things. We planned on being in Vietnam no more than 3 months possibly 4 and here we are 6 months later looking at an additional two months before we leave. Fortunately we've loved the country and the people! Hanoi, Da Nang and now Ho

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