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Recommendation for Monica Gonzaga, visa facilitator

Knowing the ever-changing, and local requirements for obtaining any kind of visa can, in a worst-case scenario, take away years of your life. I started the process of obtaining a temporary or permanent "visa de amparo" by scouring expat groups on Facebook and got plenty of tips. But the process was time-consuming and frustrating because answers were not found were they were supposed to be found. Then, someone suggested contacting Monica Gonzaga in Cuenca, and I am forever grateful for that suggestion.

Monica made the whole process a breeze for me. She has great ministry contacts so she is always up-to-date on any requirements needed for the visa in question. Not only does she facilitate visas, she also facilitates driver’s licenses, cedulas etc.

Since I am staying in Quito I was a bit concerned about the progress, with her being south in Cuence, but I had to make a couple of trips to Cuenca for family purposes anyway so I do not know how it would have worked had I not gone to Cuenca. However, I am confident that it would have worked out great, since Monica knows exactly what she is doing and what she needs from you in order to help facilitate anything you require.

Monica is not only a great facilitator but a great person as well, always greeting you with a smile and a can-do attitude. I do not know what she is not capable of, but making you President of the country is perhaps a stretch.

I have the utmost respect for, and gratitude towards Monica Gonzaga. She had my visa ready in a couple of months. So, if you need a visa, cedula, driver’s license or other official document in Ecuador, look no further. Monica Gonzaga is your best bet.

Address: Gran Colombia 15-71 y Miguel Velez, Cuenca

Contact information: 098 384 1691

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