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Paul helped me and my family set up our business, and residency after getting the run around from other attorneys in the country. Paul has been an amazing resource-- even with no notice.
I would highly recommend Paul Tiffer and Associates to anyone who is looking to set up their business in Nicaragua, or obtain residency.
Thank you Paul Tiffer as well to your very organized and professional lawyer Ashley Zamora. Our group of 3 investors and family’s from Café Bosque thank you.
We wouldn’t even here today without your help and guidance with the SA setup, MIFIC approval process and now our residency application submission as a corporate group.
This is the first time we have been at migration and we are submitted and waiting for the final stages. For those that think this is an easy process, they have not setup, run and tried to a SA – Corporation - approved for the purpose of investment and apply towards residency. Especially trying to do so in less known departments of Nicaragua.
It’s been quite a process dealing with almost every Nicaraguan agency from Alcaldía, Interpol, INSS, MIFIC, department of health, fire department, INTUR, DGI, police department along with personal paperwork certification, translation services etc...Well done!
We look forward to continuing our relationship with future projects
I have worked with Paul both commercially, and for private matters over the past 5 years. He has handled a number of real estate transactions, residency applications and corporate matters with great professionalism and expertise.
Paul speaks English fluently and precisely, which has made doing business with him much easier and a pleasure. He is always available and is willing to remain in contact long after business hours when necessary. His follow up is impeccable.
I would wholeheartedly recommend Paul to anyone seeking legal services in Nicaragua...
He helped me get my Nicaraguan residency. He answered all of my questions. For example, I called him from the U.S. to find out if I needed a local police report, a statewide one, or a U.S.-wide one.
It's also great that he and his stafff are bilingual in English and Spanish. I had been afraid of misunderstanding something that Nicaraguan Immigration would tell me, so their bilingual ability helped me a lot.