Mexico has a lavish lifestyle followed with delicious local cuisine & beautiful beaches.
In Mexico you can immediately apply for a permanent resident visa which has no expiration date and grants you the ability to work. To qualify, you need to show a monthly net income of around $1,826 as an individual.
Panama has soft beaches, rich farmland, thick rain forests, and green mountains. If you would like to retire in Panama, you simply need to show a monthly pension of at least $1,000 to receive a Pensionado Visa.
3. Costa Rica
Costa Rica is popular for its gorgeous ocean-side landscapes. It has the second largest number of rivers and water bodies anywhere in the world.
It offering a visa program for older people who can stay there with $1,000/month in income & if you are working & you want to move there you need to get a job there.
You can live in Belize for a year & become eligible for permanent residence. All you need to do is enter the country on a visitor visa and renew it every month until you have completed a year over there. You won’t be able to work for a company within Belize, but you can freelance for an overseas company.
Roatán ia an island it is located 35 miles off the coast of Honduras, Roatán has sugar-sand beaches, peaceful bays, and a stunning mountainous interior perfect for hiking.
If you only want to stay for 3-4 months at a time, a visitor visa will suffice. To retire & stay on Roatán you’ll need to show an income of $1,500 per month.
For the working class the the income requirement is $2,500/month, but you can still get a permanent residence visa.