How to retire in the Philippines and get an SRRV visa

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How can you retire in the Philippines and get an SRRV visa?

If you’re looking for a quiet lifestyle and feel like you’re ready to retire, you can do this in the Philippines even if you’re only 35 years old.

The way to do that is SRRV visa, that allows you to get a residence in the Philippines for a year.

The good news is that you don’t need a lot of money to make this happen, as living in the Philippines is very affordable.

What also works for you is that Philippinos are very friendly toward Westerners so you will feel pleasant and welcome in that aspect too.

There is plenty of small business opportunities in the Philippines, especially for someone who wants a quieter lifestyle.

The Philippines SRRV, a special retiree visa, is just one way expats can relocate to the Philippines easily.

If you want to go one step further and apply for a second citizenship, this video will show you where to go:

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