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Free dinner presentation plus, free $50 study guide.

Is Ecuadorian citizenship restricted? What are the 2 main benefits of dual citizenship?  How do I pass the citizenship test, my Spanish is malo.  Discover the answers to these and other important questions at a special presentation and free dinner.

This is a very hot expat topic.  Our presentation seats were filled quickly for our first 3 meetings, so we are going to do one more event.  We’ll be repeating the same original  presentation, Thursday the 25th.
Save the date: Thursday, July 25, 2019.  5 PM
Hi, I’m Maite Durant, founder of Gringo Visas.  We have helped more expats receive their permanent residential visas than any other firm in Ecuador.  Recently, so many expats have asked us questions about Ecuadorian Citizenship--the advantages, the difficulty of the Citizenship test, and the cost for applying-- we decided to answer all your questions at one place and time. Every expat owns it to him or herself to be informed about the benefits of dual citizenship.  The presentation and dinner are free, and every attendee will receive a free copy of our Ecuadorian Citizenship Study Guide, a $50 value.  The event will be held at Mujeres Con Éxito, the well-known expat-supported charity, conveniently located in El Centro. Come enjoy one of their famous fried chicken dinners complimentary to those who attend the seminar. A cash bar will be available. Seating is limited, so make your reservations today at Date: Thursday July 25, 2019 Name: Number of Guests (including yourself): Phone Number: Email address: Time: 5 PM Location: Mujeres con Éxito, Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez, a few blocks northwest of Parque San Sebastián
PS: All who attend will be given an Ecuadorian Citizenship Study Guide free, a $50 value. PPS. Your attendance will generate a donation to Mujeres Con Exito

Baltazara de Calderón 2-26 y Miguel Velez, a few blocks northwest of Parque San Sebastián.