Non-visa country nationals can live freely in Uruguay provided they leave for at least one day every six months. So why should you bother getting residency?
Uruguay is probably one of the easiest countries in the world to obtain residency. Check out the requirements. UPDATED.
Uruguay’s new government wants to attract immigration. Their first move, on tax residency, is aimed at neighboring Argentines but could benefit you too.
I don’t want to be blasé about family life protections in Uruguay but, unless you are prepared, travel restrictions for resident minors are a real headache.
From 2018 the Uruguay Ministry of Public Health requires anyone applying for permanent residence to show proof of vaccination.