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For a myriad of reasons, more Americans are seeking to expand their resident options by obtaining dual residencies, working remotely, retiring abroad, or simply leaving the United States entirely. While adding to or altering your residency in quite possible, it is not a simple. It can be a complex and tedious task that can often take years to complete. Each country has its own set of requirements and regulations that must be precisely followed. In many cases, requirements are unclear or difficult to decipher. Language barriers abound. No two country's policies are the same.
To assure success, what is needed is a partner that has the knowledge and experience to help your obtain your residency goal. Someone that can take you from the start of the process and stay with you until you reach the finish line. This is what we do.
Imagine an entire team working toward your success.
At LUSA, we do things differently. We reject the single "case worker" business model. Rather, LUSA utilizes an innovative, team coordination technology. It is designed to bring about one goal: Getting you the residency you desire.
Our technology precisely communicates to each team member exactly where you are in your residency journey and what needs to be done next. Everyone you speak to at LUSA is very much on top of your specific circumstance. You never need to bring anyone "up to speed". All hands are on deck. The LUSA concept is the most sophisticated and organized methodology for getting a new residency or citizenship, ever established.
Every one of our core team members has been through the process you are about to embark on. In addition, we are in touch with consulates, banks, and countless expats around the world, keeping our finger firmly on the pulse of an ever-changing process.
LUSA's roots are firmly embedded in insurance. For over 25 years, our parent and satellite corporations have been helping Americans protect their businesses, families, and assets. By precisely matching needs with the right business, group, life, health, accident, indemnity, annuity, international medical, or international travel policy, we have helped untold thousands of Americans better prepare for and protect their future. Finding and providing the right services to protect American families is in our DNA.
Get hired abroad. Get residency abroad.
Frequently Asked Questions(Click to see answers.)
It depends on the regulations of the target country as well as what type of residency you desire. The entire process can be as short as a few months, or as long as five years or more. LUSA will work with you for the duration. Contact us for residency details on your country of interest.
Yes. Right now. Regardless of which country you are interested in, there are several indicators that suggest acquiring residency outside of the U.S. will only become more difficult, the longer you wait. If you are serious about augmenting your residency status, whether you join LUSA or not, do not wait. Do it now.
For one, we're old. LUSA's parent and satellite companies have been around for over 25 years. We have a well established record of providing services and products that protect the assets of American families.
Secondly, we are the only company that enters into a contract with you, stating exactly what we will do - in writing. No one else is going to do that. LUSA is your best chance to get the residency status you are seeking.
We charge an initial fee that covers one person, spouse, and any number of dependents. Afterwards, there is a nominal annual subscription fee. If you are committed to making residency changes, you will discover our price to be both reasonable and quite affordable. Please contact us for specifics.
No. We look at each request on a case-by-case basis. After reviewing your case, we'll let you know if we can assist - before you sign up.
No. However, we do enter into a written contractual agreement with you concerning your success in this endeavor. Contact us for details.
Of course. We just don't recommend it. Especially if you are trying to move a family. Acquiring residency in a new country is a tedious, frustrating and confusing process that can sometimes take
years to finalize. It is quite easy to miss a document, deadline or mis-understand something and have your application dropped or stalled indefinitely.
Then there are the foreign banks, international insurance, purchasing property or acquiring a lease in another country, moving services, storage, etc., to deal with. We can help you to successfully navigate all of that.
We are also an advocate that can help your application get the attention it deserves. When dealing with disinterested foreign officials, an advocate can make all the difference. Our service is not free, but it's worth every penny!
No. Our focus is American citizens looking to augment their residency options.
When you're past talking about it, and ready to make a change, these are the people you want to work with.
Safest Countries in the World, 2022.The Global Peace Index annually ranks the safest and most peaceful countries in the world. The report is published by the Institute for Economics and Peace. The Institute for Economics and Peace defines itself as an "independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to shifting the world's focus to peace as a positive, achievable and tangible measure of human wellbeing and progress."
The GPI report ranks each country's level of safety or danger based upon 23 different indicators. Some of the significant indicators are:
- The number of internal and external violent conflicts.
- Economic prosperity.
- Political instability.
- Effective governance.
- Potential for terrorist acts.
- Number of violent crimes.
- Responsive and effective law enforcement.
- Natural disaster preparedness.
- Military expenditures as a percentage of GDP.
- New Zealand
- Czech Republic
- United Kingdom
- North Macedonia
- Costa Rica
- South Korea
- Sierra Leone
- Timor Leste
- Bosnia And Herzegovina
- Equatorial Guinea
- United Arab Emirates
- Dominican Republic
- Trinidad And Tobago
- Sri Lanka
- Papua New Guinea
Curious about where the U.S. ranks? In 2022, The United States ranked 129th on this list. The complete data for The Global Peace Index for 2023 is not yet available. We will update this list once the complete analysis is published.
*Kosovo's ranking has been adversely effected due to recent instability.
Number Of American Citizens Living Abroad.
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