We will not immediately solve the world’s global immigration issues but we will initiate the simplification of the processes involved and grow into an entity that strives to solve the greater aspects of the global immigration issue. We will lead by example.

No. Fees posted on the Migranet site are for application services provided by Migranet. Governments have their own individual processing fees as we do not intend to disrupt their immigration fee or policies.

Decentralization is not the focus of the Migranet project. Our use of the blockchain is for its immutability and security.

The main purpose of Migranet is to automate the visa applications process and make it more affordable, accessible, secure, and transparent. However, Migranet will partner with selected law firms around the world to process irregular cases such as appeal, asylum and family class application, or any other situation where legal intervention is required.

Costa Rica is up and coming like Malta, Estonia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai where cryptocurrency endeavors are concerned. Costa Rica is a country that wants to be a tech leader in the Central American region. Did you know you can currently, legally receive your wages in crypto in Costa Rica? For more in-depth information on this please check out the articles below:

https://cryptopotato.com/costa-rica-a-new-crypto-heaven/

https://qcostarica.com/how-costa-rica-is-quietly-building-a-case-for-cryptocurrency-development/

https://ticoblockchain.cr/

Yes. Our team has members from many regions including Costa Rica, Canada, Belgium, Argentina, Belarus, Philippines, and UK.

Not for the time being. Migranet will provide migration application services ensuring that all applications are completed accurately and in compliance with regulations.

Applicants will then submit the completed application to the government of their host country.

Migranet introduces MIG, a unified cryptographic utility token, to be used for the payment of services on the Migranet platform. The Migranet Platform addresses the payment issues that migrants and migration practitioners encounter globally. These issues include migrants who don’t have access to credit cards, high conversion rate, delays in the transfer of funds and high banking fees.

You can purchase MIGs on supported cryptocurrency exchanges or at one of our international offices. Exchanges will be updated here as partnerships are formed.

  • Biometrics will be used to assign identification to refugees. Identities will be stored on the blockchain and include only an encrypted hash and will NOT include identifying information such as names, date of birth, etc.
  • Artificial Intelligence will offer individuals with options and freedom to select their host country based on the outcome of their professional credentials and their background declaration.

As per our Roadmap, the Alpha release will be in the second quarter of 2020 at which point users can test trial the prototype on the website. Platform launch will be in the first quarter of 2021.

Office Address

MIGRANET HQ
La Sabana Tower Corporate Center
1st Floor, San Jose, Costa Rica 10101

Contact us: [email protected]