Sounds great - so why are so many South Americans coming to the US?????
Have been retired for a few years and I advise everyone I meet to not retire as long as you are able to continue working. After years of hard work and routines you can get bored in a hurry unless you like joining clubs, playing golf, bird watching, cruises, shopping or gardening. Tried the retirement community - but it was a bad fit for me - so I left. More better for married couples IMHO.
I am lucky to have great, successful busy adult children who live fairly close but since I moved around a lot during my working years I don’t have a neighborhood clan or ‘old friends’ network of shared memories. Money is not the only concern for retirees - there are health issues and loss of routines.....so plan to get involved in some (cheap or money-making) creative hobbies and stay active.
You left out India and China...you are not being honest with the illegal problem which is NOT solely Spanish speaking people from this hemisphere.
To be sure the Highest illegal immigration is from Honduras and Guatamala, 2 countries that are being destroyed from within by drug trafficking.
Nicaraguans typically are all cattle ranchers, coffee, rice, beans, sugar cane, bamboo, exotic woods, bananas and pineapple growers.
The canal project and the massive wind turbine farms here too keep the better educated locals employed.
The booming medical vacation resorts are springing up across the country.
I speak for Nicaragua and their path to improving their country and local pride they have no incentive to leave, they have family and work here.
Shame that no longer exists in the old decaying USA.