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Three Skills Americans Need to Prosper in Latin America Add Video

I would like to edit the title just a little bit: "Three Skills NORTH Americans Need to Prosper in Latin America" * Don't Judge or become frustrated & impatient over perceived corruption & bureaucracy. * Don't be arrogant. * Don't be culturally insensitive. * Don't be Culturally Isolated.-(repetition) "Wow this excellent Speaker Mr. Bruce Cudworth is such a Nice Gentleman and a Wealth of Information on Latin American Culture!: Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Colombia before settling in Chile for 20 yrs. where he founded an ESL language institute. I find what Mr. Cudworth has to say rings true in Ecuador as well.

Posted by Jack Abercrombie on February 4, 2014 at 3:51 PM 1322 Views

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Reply Kelly
11:52 PM on February 22, 2017 
Hi Jack, I've heard so much about you! I'm a 53-year-old single mom who has been researching a move to Cuenca for 2 years. I'll be moving there with my 10-year-old son, hopefully by June, but realistically, a little later. I've been emailing Sara Chaca, a relocation and visa lawyer in Cuenca. I like her all inclusive package, she will let me fax my documents as I get them, and she'll let me know if they're alright. She also pays the fees, and translates the documents and will connect me with the right people to get them apostilled quickly. Also, when I get there, she will help me find an apartment and open a bank account. All of this is included in the fee, which I have to pay half up front, and the other half when I get our visas.

The problem is that it is A LOT of money for a single mother. I heard about you and I'd like to know what kind of help you offer and for how much. For one adult and a 10-year-old. I'm also interested maybe in a ride from Quito to Cuenca, unless it's cheaper to fly. I might need a ride from the airport on the night I arrive in Quito, to a hotel. I was going to stay at Dom's airport hotel, and they pick you up, but I was reading that his rates are a lot higher for just one night than for longer stays. Well, any info you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Kelly