Cover Life in Chile A Former Americans Guide for Newcomers Third Edition 2016 May 31 Alertness edited June 11 Dr. Cobin’s book, Life in Chile: A Former American’s Guide for Newcomers, is the most comprehensive treatise on Chilean life ever written, designed to help newcomers get settled in Chile. At over 1,600 pages, it’s like having six books in one. Within these pages, he covers almost every topic imaginable for immigrants.

This knowledge is applied in his valet consulting service, Chile Consulting, where expatriates are guided through the process of finding a place to live and settle in Chile, helping them glide over the speed bumps that they would otherwise face in getting their visas, setting up businesses, buying real estate, investing in Chilean stocks or gold coins, etc.

The cost for this resource is $149 SALE $129.

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Note: This is the third edition, which is extensively updated. If you have an earlier edition of this book, you should definitely get this edition with revised information and many more details. If you are in our database as having purchased a prior edition, you will be eligible for a 25% discount on the third edition. If you previously purchased the trilogy of Dr. Cobin’s books on Chile, then you will be eligible for a discount of 50% now. Active Escape America Now members will receive a 60% discount.

A personal note from the author:

This is a human-interest book written for a general audience of people who share an interest in Chile. It will be especially useful to North American or European managers who want to acquaint their employees with Chilean life before they arrive, university professors desiring to work in Chile, people interested in extensive travel in Chile, or even family-oriented people considering migration to a country that more widely supports free markets and traditional family values. This is the book I wish I could have read before arriving in Chile. There were so many things I needed to know when arriving in Chile but I had no one to explain them to me. By completing this book, you will be much better prepared to live in Chile.

John Cobin