In a global context, the appropriate and timely advice for corporate, investment and/or expatriate immigration in general, are determining factors in the process of international mobility...See information.
HOUSE SEARCH: What will my home look like? With this service we will advise you on the appropriate and immediate choice of your new home. The lack of knowledge of the real estate market implies a difficult and stressful process for you and your family...See information.
SEARCHING FOR SCHOOLS: Where will I send my children to school? With this service we guide you to through the choice and insertion in a school insertion for your children, who are your most precious treasure, and therefore, your top priority...See information.
MERGE Relocation & Outsourcing is a specialist in international expatriate mobility assistance services. With personalized and detailed attention to the expatriation process...See information.
MERGE Relocation & Outsourcing is a specialist in international expatriate mobility assistance services. With personalized and detailed attention to the expatriation process, it facilitates the transition and adaptation, being the key to the success in the move to the country.
Mobility does not only imply a move; it is a process that involves getting to know the new place, its culture and customs, forming a new social and working space, creating emotional ties with a new culture. The immigration and relocation services we offer allow for successful intercultural integration and relocation.
Lilian Gomez de Maneglia - Director
Laura Jara - Commercial Manager
Ruben Maneglia - Consultant
Gonzalo Bogarin - Consultant
To date, August 4, 2020, there have been 132.111 number of COVID-19 tests,
throughout Paraguay. A total number of 5.852 tests were positive for COVID-19 and
there were 59 number of COVID-19 related deaths, 4.645 recovered cases, and 1.148
The Paraguayan government has taken several measures to maintain a controlled
infection rate. Among the most important is the total closure of the borders, since
mid-March. Exceptional arrivals must be previously authorized by the Paraguayan
Consulate in the country of origin. In these cases, compulsory quarantine was imposed
in hostels or in the so-called Hotel Salud, for an average of 15 days.
Another, no less important, measure in force is the progressive reactivation of the
local economy. To this end, a plan consisting of 4 (four) phases was drawn up.
Currently the country is in phase 4 (four), except for the district of Central and
Asunción, which remains in phase 3 (three) and Alto Parana in phase 0 (zero) due to
Phase 3 and 0 in these cities, by government regulations, was extended for two weeks.
These dates remain subject to possible changes, depending on the Ministry of Health's
assessment of the previous week.