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LARM offers a complete range of relocation services in 27 countries across Latin America and the Caribbean.

Our knowledge of each country's unique customs, culture, and potential challenges allows us to provide specific insights that allow our clients and their families to settle into their new life with a complete sense of comfort, certainty, and support.

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Countries

LARM offers a complete range of relocation services in 27 countries across Latin America & the Caribbean.

Our presence and infrastructure allow us to offer on the ground support through our expert team who is locally present in our countries, living and breathing the local culture.

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Argentina

Official Name: Argentine Republic

Population: Approx. 41 million

Fun Fact: The capital of Argentina Buenos Aires translates to the ‘good airs’ or ‘fair winds’.

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Belize

Official Name: Belize

Population: Approx. 340,000

Fun Fact: Belize has more than 900 Mayan ruins scattered throughout the country.

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Bolivia

Official Name: Plurinational State of Bolivia

Population: Approx. 10,560,00

Fun Fact: There is a real salt hotel called Palacio de Sal (Palace of Salt) in Bolivia.

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Brazil

Official Name: Federative Republic of Brazil

Population: Approx. 202,768,562

Fun Fact: Brazil is the largest country in South America.

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Cayman Islands

Official Name: Cayman Islands

Population: Approx. 59,000

Fun Fact: The stunning Silver Thatch Palm is the national tree.

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Chile

Official Name: Republic of Chile

Population: Approx. 17.2 million

Fun Fact: Chile is a world-class wine destination and the ninth largest producer of wine.

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Colombia

Official Name: Republic of Colombia

Population: Approx. 48,000,000

Fun Fact: Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world and most biodiverse country in birdlife.

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Costa Rica

Official Name: Republic of Costa Rica

Population: Approx. 48,000,000

Fun Fact: They have a sanctuary that protects millions of turtles.

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Dominican Republic

Official Name: Dominican Republic

Population: Approx. 10,000,000

Fun Fact: The national drink of the Dominican Republic is coffee.

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Ecuador

Official Name: Republic of Ecuador

Population: Approx. 16.19 million

Fun Fact: Was the first country in the world to recognize Rights of Nature in its constitution.

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El Salvador

Official Name: Republic of El Salvador

Population: Approx. 6.3 million

Fun Fact: It is the smallest country in Central America.

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Guatemala

Official Name: Republic of Guatemala

Population: Approx. 15,800,000

Fun Fact: It has 37 volcanoes throughout the country, three of them being in constant activity–Pacaya, Fuego and Santiaguito.

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Guyana

Official Name: Co-operative Republic of Guyana

Population: Approx. 770,000

Fun Fact: The only country in South America were English is the official language.

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Haiti

Official Name: Republic of Haiti

Population: Approx. 10,000,000

Fun Fact: Voodoo is an officially recognized religion in Haiti.

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Honduras

Official Name: Republic of Honduras

Population: Approx. 8,000,000

Fun Fact: Honduras owns one of the oldest clocks in the world, found at the Comayagua Cathedral.

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Jamaica

Official Name: Jamaica

Population: Approx 2.8 million

Fun Fact: The Island sits on top of a large underwater mountain.

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Mexico

Official Name: United Mexican States

Population: Approx. 120 million

Fun Fact: The Cholula Pyramid (located in Cholula, Puebla) is the largest pyramid as well as the largest monument ever constructed anywhere in the world.

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Nicaragua

Official Name: Republic of Nicaragua

Population: Approx. 6,100,000

Fun Fact: The streets in Nicaragua have no names, places are referred to in relation to landmarks.

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Panama

Official Name: Republic of Panama

Population: Approx. 3.8 million

Fun Fact: It is the only country in the world where you can watch the sun rise on the Pacific coast and then set on the Atlantic coast.

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Paraguay

Official Name: Republic of Paraguay

Population: Approx. 6.8 million

Fun Fact: Paraguay is home to the world’s largest water reserve: the Gurani Aquifer.

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Peru

Official Name: Republic of Peru

Population: Approx. 31,151,643

Fun Fact: It takes between 500 and 600 hours and up to six months to spin, dye and weave a traditional Peruvian poncho.

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Puerto Rico

Official Name: Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Population: Approx. 3,195,000

Fun Fact: Old San Juan boasts the second oldest church in the Americas, the Iglesia de San José, built in 1922.

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Suriname

Official Name: Suriname

Population: Approx. 6.8 million

Fun Fact: Paramaribo is the capital of Suriname and nearly half of its population of around 241,000 people live in this city.

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Trinidad & Tobago

Official Name: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Population: Approx. 1,300,000

Fun Fact: The Limbo Dance contest traces its origin back to Trinidad.

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Uruguay

Official Name: Republic of Uruguay

Population: Approx. 3,407,000

Fun Fact: The national anthem of Uruguay, which lasts more than five minutes, is the longest in the world.

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USA

Official Name: United States of America

Population: Approx. 334,805,269

Fun Fact: Since the founding of the United States, there have been 27 versions of the American flag.

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Venezuela

Official Name: Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Population: Approx. 30 million

Fun Fact: Venezuela is one of 17 mega-diverse countries in the world and the 7th country in the world with the highest number of wild species.

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Mexico

Official Name: United Mexican States

Population: Approx. 120 million

Fun Fact: The Cholula Pyramid (located in Cholula, Puebla) is the largest pyramid as well as the largest monument ever constructed anywhere in the world.

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USA

Official Name: United States of America

Population: Approx. 334,805,269

Fun Fact: Since the founding of the United States, there have been 27 versions of the American flag.

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Belize

Official Name: Belize

Population: Approx. 340,000

Fun Fact: Belize Has More Than 900 Mayan Ruins and Belize Is Home To The 2nd Largest Barrier Reef.

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Costa Rica

Official Name: Republic of Costa Rica

Population: Approx. 48,000,000

Fun Fact: They have a sanctuary that protects millions of turtles.

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El Salvador

Official Name: Republic of El Salvador

Population: Approx. 6.3 million

Fun Fact: It is the smallest country in Central America.

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Guatemala

Official Name: Republic of Guatemala

Population: Approx. 15,800,000

Fun Fact: It has 37 volcanoes throughout the country, three of them being in constant activity–Pacaya, Fuego and Santiaguito.

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Honduras

Official Name: Republic of Honduras

Population: Approx. 8,000,000

Fun Fact: Honduras owns one of the oldest clocks in the world, found at the Comayagua Cathedral.

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Nicaragua

Official Name: Republic of Nicaragua

Population: Approx. 6,100,000

Fun Fact: The streets in Nicaragua have no names, places are referred to in relation to landmarks.

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Panama

Official Name: Republic of Panama

Population: 3.38 million approx.

Fun Fact: It is the only country in the world where you can watch the sun rise on the Pacific coast and then set on the Atlantic coast.

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Argentina

Official Name: Argentine Republic

Population: Approx. 41 million

Fun Fact: The capital of Argentina Buenos Aires translates to the ‘good airs’ or ‘fair winds’.

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Bolivia

Official Name: Plurinational State of Bolivia

Population: Approx. 10,560,00

Fun Fact: There is a real salt hotel called Palacio de Sal (Palace of Salt) in Bolivia.

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Brazil

Official Name: Federative Republic of Brazil

Population: Approx. 202,768,562

Fun Fact: Brazil is the largest country in South America.

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Chile

Official Name: Republic of Chile

Population: Approx. 17.2 million

Fun Fact: Chile is a world-class wine destination and the ninth largest producer of wine.

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Colombia

Official Name: Republic of Colombia

Population: Approx. 48,000,000

Fun Fact: Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world and most biodiverse country in birdlife.

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Ecuador

Official Name: Republic of Ecuador

Population: Approx. 16.19 million

Fun Fact: Was the first country in the world to recognize Rights of Nature in its constitution.

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Guyana

Official Name: Co-operative Republic of Guyana

Population: Approx. 770,000

Fun Fact: The only country in South America were English is the official language.

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Paraguay

Official Name: Republic of Paraguay

Population: Approx. 6.8 million

Fun Fact: Paraguay is home to the world’s largest water reserve: the Gurani Aquifer.

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Peru

Official Name: Republic of Peru

Population: Approx. 31,151,643

Fun Fact: It takes between 500 and 600 hours and up to six months to spin, dye and weave a traditional Peruvian poncho.

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Suriname

Official Name: Suriname

Population: Approx. 6.8 million

Fun Fact: Paramaribo is the capital of Suriname and nearly half of its population of around 241,000 people live in this city.

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Uruguay

Official Name: Republic of Uruguay

Population: Approx. 3,407,000

Fun Fact: The national anthem of Uruguay, which lasts more than five minutes, is the longest in the world.

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Venezuela

Official Name: Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

Population: Approx. 30 million

Fun Fact: Venezuela is one of 17 mega-diverse countries in the world and the 7th country in the world with the highest number of wild species.

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Cayman Islands

Official Name: Cayman Islands

Population: Approx. 59,000

Fun Fact: The stunning Silver Thatch Palm is the national tree.

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Dominican Republic

Official Name: Dominican Republic

Population: Approx. 10,000,000

Fun Fact: The national drink of the Dominican Republic is coffee.

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Haiti

Official Name: Republic of Haiti

Population: Approx. 10,000,000

Fun Fact: Voodoo is an officially recognized religion in Haiti.

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Jamaica

Official Name: Jamaica

Population: Approx 2.8 million

Fun Fact: The Island sits on top of a large underwater mountain.

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Puerto Rico

Official Name: Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Population: Approx. 3,195,000

Fun Fact: Old San Juan boasts the second oldest church in the Americas, the Iglesia de San José, built in 1922.

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Trinidad & Tobago

Official Name: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Population: Approx. 1,300,000

Fun Fact: The Limbo Dance contest traces its origin back to Trinidad.

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