About puerto rico

  • Puerto Rico is part of the United States, a territory since 1898

 

  • Puerto Ricans are US citizens since 1917

 

  • All US federal labor, safety, banking, minimum wage, and immigration laws apply

 

  • The currency is the US Dollar

 

  • US citizens do not need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico

 

  • Residents do not pay federal income taxes, but contribute to the US Medicare and Social Security systems

 

  • Centrally located between California and Europe

 

  • International airport with direct flights from Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Europe

 

  • Sophisticated banking services

 

  • Modern transportation infrastructure

 

  • Major US hotel chains and boutiques around the Island (Hilton, Marriott, Sheraton, etc.)

 

  • Major US store chains (COSTCO, Home Depot, Marshalls, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, etc.)

 

  • Excellent cell phone reception with no roaming charges

 

  • Overnight courier and shipping services

 

  • High speed broadband Internet services

 

  • US accredited bilingual schools and universities

 

  • Fun, warm, safe and exciting destination with amenities

Production attributes

  • Skilled and experienced bilingual and bicultural crews

 

  • Track record on delivering on schedule and on budget

 

  • Diversity of locations

 

  • Ethnic diversity

 

  • Proximity between locations (possible to shoot more than one location the same day)

 

  • Equipment and crew available to supply several productions simultaneously

 

  • Soundstages (TV) and warehouses for building and filming on sets

 

  • Extras and stand-ins non-SAG

 

  • Post-production, animation, and sound recording facilities

 

  • Overnight dailies (three or four hours ahead from Los Angeles time)

 

  • Availability of government locations for free

 

  • Full government support

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