denouncia - my ex-lanlord called the immigration


i have a question, my ex-landlord kicked me out i was late with my rent.

She said she calls immigration so i cant leave, i dispute that.

Is there a way for her to just stop me from going home?

I'm on a tourist visa in Panama.



Moderated by Priscilla last year
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I guess if you have paid the rent by now there is no reason or law whatsoever to prevent you to travel to wherever you want

is it legal without any proof to keep me here?

No one ask me for my side.......

and she still has my security deposit

Call my wife she is an Attorney at law in Chitre here phone is : *** Here name is Shirley
Here English is limited I but I will help on the phone


Moderated by Priscilla last year
Reason : it is best to communicate personal details in private please

@ jackwebb > Can you please recommend your wife in the business directory >  Lawyers in Panama ?


Priscilla  :cheers:

I have been requested by Christine to describe my experience in Panama.
I went to Bugaba / San Vicente area on a 5 week house-sit. The four large dogs were great. The big brand new house had many challenges; unreliable refridgerator,limited furniture, faulty showers that allowed water out to adjacent bed-rooms and hallways
and just a totally unorganized disaster.
Thru it all I madesome  wonderful friends in the caretaker Kevin, his wife and 3 year old son and as well an uncle , great and knowledgeable horse-people.
Panama scared me. Carrying a machete to the grocery store down the highway seemed a 'bit much', all the security precautions of the owner were worrying. A chance meeting in Bugaba with a US couple with many horror stories of thiers and other's home invasions and deaths (True? I do not know!), did not make me want to stay.
I moved to a new house-sit in Manzanillo ,Mx. and on to Lake Chapala near Guadalajara where I have 'put down roots' in a wonderful little community.
I know my mother had instilled in my sisters and I that you should, " Never say anything, if you cannot say anything Nice".
I'm truly sorry Christine that you asked.

Hi, just in case, if this goes legal, which I presume it has, then you need a licensed translator, if you need me, call me, I am a licensed translator in Panama and the U.S.


Hi Ricardo,

please do not hesitate to register your services in our Panama business directory ; but could you please avoid promoting your professional services on the forum ?

Many thanks


Thank you Julien for your input...mmm...

Hi everyone,

Please note that some off topic posts have been removed from this thread.

Thank you,

Priscilla  :cheers:

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