How to retire in Ireland
Unlike some other countries on this list, Ireland does not have a retirement visa option if you are not an EU national. You will therefore need to apply for a “D” visa which would allow you to stay for three months.
Then you need to apply for permission to remain as an ‘independent person’ and make it clear that you have sufficient resources to cover your expenses in Ireland. This can mean an annual income of 50,000 euros (approximately $56,000) per person, plus savings to cover emergencies and major expenses, such as buying a house or a car.
As one of the most stable countries in South America, Chile offers the opportunity to enjoy a safe, comfortable, middle-class lifestyle for a fraction of the cost of retiring in Europe. For about $1,000 per month, you will be able to cover housing and basic costs pretty much anywhere in the country. Spend a little more and you can eat, hike, and roam the land at your leisure.
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