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Latin America is the area of the Americas comprised of countries and regions where Romance languages – such as Spanish, Portuguese, and French – are predominantly spoken. Spanning Central America, the Caribbean, and South America, Latin America is comprised of 19 sovereign nations and one non-independent territory – Puerto Rico. Other countries in the region include Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.

While Spanish, Portuguese, and French are the dominant spoken languages, English, Dutch, and Creole are also spoken in many parts of Latin America.

With a population of 664 million people, this is a multi-ethnic, multi-racial part of the world with a complex colonial history. The population of the region has a high proportion of mixed-race people, due to the colonial history of the region and influence of Europeans, indigenous people, and Africans.

Countries in Latin America are regarded as developing or emerging nations, with nations such as Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico having the largest economies. Peru and Argentina are largely market-orientated economies, while Chile has sound economic policies and one of the best credit ratings in the region. Brazil is the 12th largest economy in the world, with a GDP of $1.44 trillion (2020).

Why choose Latin America?

While Latin America is geographically vast with cultural idiosyncrasies from one country to the next, the region does have a single cultural unification. This is because most Latin American nations have experienced similar cultural and historical development as a result of European or Spanish colonization.

If you’re seeking a way of life like no other, choose Latin America. This is a truly unique and exciting part of the world that has plenty to offer to expats. You’ll experience the most dynamic vibe in every aspect of life, from the colored streets to the strong personality of the people. The scenery is other-worldly, with plenty of rainforests, jungles, and tropical beaches to explore. Access to the Caribbean and the Pacific make it a highly desirable place to live and work, while there are plenty of historically significant places to explore.

The region benefits from growing economic prosperity, while there are plenty of opportunities for those looking to experience a new way of life. More and more expats are moving to the region and it will continue to emerge as a top location to live and work in the world.

Requirements to set up a company

For further information, please visit an official government website for your country of interest.

Requirements for employees wishing to relocate

Work permits for Argentina, Brazil, and Peru are typically granted easily with an offer of employment from a company willing to sponsor you. Regulations vary from country to country; therefore, we recommend you seek advice in order to ensure you understand the specificities of your selected country.