Take the hassle out of immigration.

Looking for an excellent Panama Immigration Lawyer?

We have been sending clients to Natalia and her team for many years, and they continue to get consistently excellent feedback.

In 30 minutes, Natalia will explain the easiest immigration path for you and the steps you need to take to get your visa or citizenship.

Why do we recommend Natalia and her team?


Natalia has over ten years of specialized experience to draw on when looking at your situation.


Natalia is a qualified lawyer in both Colombia and Panama.


Being an immigrant in Panama herself, she intimately understands the challenges of settling in a new country.


She listens! She will understand your specific requirements and recommend the best option for you and your family.


They can also assist you with corporate, estate and succession planning should you need it.


They offers transparent, open, and competitive pricing. You’ll have no nasty surprises, and your quote will cover the services you choose.

“After speaking to Natalia, I feel so much better able to navigate the dual citizenship process – Thank you!

– Noel G (US)

What you get in the consultation with our recommended Panama Immigration Lawyer

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A 30-minute consultation with a qualified Immigration lawyer over Zoom or in person

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Clear advice on the best visa or citizenship route for you and your family.

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Understand the next steps to achieve your residency or citizenship goals.

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A quote from the firm for any services that you wish to use. This can include full visa service, citizenship, residency cards, or help to settle in.

100% money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied.
Natalia Mulford, our immigration lawyer in Panama.

Natalia and Angélica, along with their valuable team of collaborators, have allowed me to feel extremely calm and with an unbeatable level of confidence in the multiple procedures carried out.

Alejandro LC

We do the vetting and continuous assessment for you.

We have lived in six countries on four continents and traveled extensively. Each time, we’ve dealt with the complexities of a new immigration system. We have had some excellent lawyers to help us out, but we also had shockingly bad experiences. We can assure you that hiring an immigration lawyer who comes up top in a Google search does not get you the best result.

Our clients continuously asked us for recommendations on good immigration lawyers. So, we developed our continuous assessment process, where we research and interview many potential immigration lawyers before we choose one to provide you with excellent service and fair pricing.

We have been working with Natalia and her team for many years, and they continue to get great feedback. They are efficient and professional and will quickly get your visa or citizenship sorted out.

All the best for your new life or citizenship in Panama!

Alison and Alastair

Using our Immigration Lawyer in Panama Addresses These Major Concerns

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Expertise in Panamanian Immigration Law: Natalia has comprehensive expertise in Panamanian immigration law, especially as it pertains to U.S. citizens.

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Up-to-date Knowledge: Immigration laws and regulations in Panama frequently change. Natalia is completely across the latest Panamanian rules and any bilateral agreements or provisions specific to U.S. citizens.

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Language Barrier: While many professionals in Panama might speak some English, Spanish is the predominant language. The lawyers in our partner firm speak fluent English, so there are no miscommunications or misunderstandings due to language differences, especially when dealing with intricate legal documents.

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Cost and Billing Practices: Legal services in Panama can vary in cost. Our lawyer has clear, transparent billing to ensure you won’t be overcharged, facing hidden fees, or navigating different billing practices than you are accustomed to in the U.S.

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Accessibility and Responsiveness: Given the importance of timely communication in legal matters, we’ve had excellent feedback about the firm’s availability, especially if urgent issues arise.

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Long-term Support: Beyond just obtaining a visa or residency, you may need long-term support or assistance with potential future legal issues related to immigration. We’ve built our business on delivering outstanding service, and value is key for us to ensure long-term client relationships.

Our long-term business depends on the performance of our partners.

Frequently Asked Questions

All reputable immigration firms in Panama charge for a consultation. This allows them to take enough time to understand your situation and to give you an honest assessment of your case. And it means you’ll meet with a qualified immigration lawyer and not the intern or admin. Free consultations are sometimes just a marketing strategy to push a standard sales pitch.

Yes, our partners work with clients from all over the world.

Every application varies, and so very few lawyers publish a price list. However, your lawyer should be able to give you an accurate quote once you have had your initial consultation and agreed on the required services. Do not proceed without a precise quote for the complete service.  If a lawyer has prices quoted on their website, check to make sure it covers all parts of the service and that there are no surprise add-ons and exclusions. And does your fee cover an administrative appeal if your application is rejected?

We have a detailed selection process for all our partners. We also ask every client that uses them how it went.

We are so confident of the quality of their professional service and value that we offer a 100% money-back guarantee. We’ll only ask why you were unhappy so that we can improve our service; you’ll get your money back immediately, no matter the answer.

There is no guarantee. Each consulate has slightly different processes. And the requirements change over time. However, a good partner will understand those details and ensure you don’t submit an application before it has the best possible chance of being approved.

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