Laws in Ecuador that EVERY Expat Should Know
In this episode, we interview Francisco Astudillo and Maite Durán from GringoVisas about laws in Ecuador that every expat should know and understand.
This is not intended as legal advice. Please contact Francisco or another qualified attorney if you have specific legal questions.
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Thanks for asking our question. Will talk to Sole at Gringo’s on Monday to see if we should try to get our marriage certificate now or wait until after we get the Cedula (have no idea of spelling?)
De nada! I think you can at least start the process now. You spelled cedula correctly, too!