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Archipelago in the northeastern Caribbean, Puerto Rico is a United States territory. It attracts expatriates for its warm climate, beautiful beaches and its good infrastructures.

Puerto Rico enjoys a competitive economy, thus offering job opportunities to professional expats wishing to work or create a business in the country. San Juan, its capital city, is an attractive economic center.

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Visiting the island many times over the years and getting to know the towns and different areas before making a move is the best way to avoid a costly mistake. Puerto Rico has 78 towns/municipalities, each has its flavour, so you need to become familiar with the island before you decide where you want to live. Puerto Rico may not be for you, renting is a good way to find this out.

There are many reasons and probably more that I can list, but I will try to cover the most common ones. Remember, a realtor is there to make money on sales, is a businessman and has expenses and other clients to service. It's not that they don't want your money, is that they think they will not get it.

Ok, have a social security number is your first step to receive your salary and start you financial live on the island. It could be a little be trickie as there is not information regarding what will be necessary once you arrive. I have discovery this in the hard way and will share my experience with the community.

I am writing this guide to assist people understand how a work VISA is done.

The day we decided to move we were a little worry about how expensive it would be. Now we know how affordable it is to live in Caguas. There is no doubt that we made the right choice.

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