According to Article 38, Number 13 of the Organic Law of Human Mobility, the Amparo visa is recognized for children, spouses, or partners in legally recognized de facto unions with the primary visa holder, and cannot exceed that of the primary holder.
Previously, the law provided the protection of siblings and grandparents under a primary visa holder. However with new changes to the law, protection has been restricted to children, spouses, and common-law partners.
A common question we hear regarding this topic is, “what happens in cases when the primary visa holder has passed away?” According to the new Human Mobility Law that went into effect on February 5, 2021 a new article addressing this question was included in the law. Art. 65A. states that, “for cases of temporary and permanent residency visas of Amparo visa holders, in which the primary visa holder has died, the protected foreign person will keep their visa as well as in cases of marriage and de facto union for which these end for causes attributable to the primary visa holder (amparante).” Similarly, the law recognizes the conservation of residence for those cases in which the protected person is naturalized as an Ecuadorian citizen.
Lastly, it is important to remember which documents are required to justify the condition of protection when applying for an Amparo visa, or in the case that the primary visa holder passes away. These include:
Protection of children: Birth Certificate apostilled or legalized and translated
Spouse Protection: Marriage Certificate apostilled or...
One of the fundamental missions as human beings is to provide help to others and especially to those who need it most, this year BLUE BOX and CREA TU ESPACIO have decided to start their campaign early in order to reach the largest number of people dedicated to social aid and those who are starting on this path of giving to others.
Last year we reached 100 Christmas baskets for the neediest communities in addition to collecting clothes, toys, and blankets. This date has a special meaning for every child on earth, but the celebrations for them often must wait because their resources do not allow them the joy of opening a gift or releasing their favorite shirt, his face lights up just with the coins he receives at every traffic light and this reality is devastating, for this reason, we ask you to help us to help, you can leave your donations in our offices in CUENCA or MANTA, let us make this Christmas bearable for those who often have nothing.
Help us to paint a Christmas story full of gifts and love for each of the families that we help from our alliances with foundations that live and work for the needy.
If you want to support us you can contact our CEO CARLOS RAMIREZ at 0982465168 or go to our offices we will be happy to receive you, your donations can be anonymous if you wish, thank you, thank you, thank you for your help and your...
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We are a group of friends that every year make special programs for kids in need in Molleturo, there are 3 villages were we go, those are Arquillo, Huigra and San Antonio.
We always buy with the funds we collected, toys, candies bags, also if we can we buy bags with groceries.
Sometimes we also had been able to give for the old people also grocery bags.
We are making a SOLIDARITY GARAGE SALE, we would like and appreciate your presence and help, we gonna have clothes, shoes, house’s ornaments , furniture, and more… but if you can also donate anything we can use for the program in the village, we will be very thankful.
Is the month of show how grateful we are for all the blessing we already have, we appeal to your heart and solidarity.
You can call my to our numbers 0983349098 or 0989811522 to let the donations until Friday or visit us SATURDAY and SUNDAY since 10:00am to 16:00pm in Mariscal Sucre 17-55 and Miguel Heredia, going up the “Corazones” High School.