Documentation Required For Processing A Panama Pensionado Visa


“Kathleen, to whom should the two original credit reference letters with original ink signatures, necessary for obtaining a pensionado visa in Panama, be addressed? To the Panamanian government? To a bank? To “To Whom It May Concern”?

“I’m having to jump through more than a few hoops as my banks don’t write originals or sign with ink!

“Should both letters be notarized in my current state of residence? The FBI report as well?”

–Libby H., United States, Panama Letter Subscriber

Panama Letter Editor David Sexton replies:

“To Whom It May Concern” should be fine, and getting these documents notarized is a good idea.

Also, remember, you must have your FBI report authenticated at a Panamanian consulate.

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