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RETIRING IN BRAZIL WILL I NEED AN VISA

RETIRING IN BRAZIL WILL I NEED AN VISA

  1. Anonymous

    AS ITS IS NOTED , YOU DON’T NEED AN VISA ,AS THE NEW PRESIDENT ORDERED
    BUT IF YOU WANT TO RETIRE IN BRAZIL , BUY AN HOME AND SETTLE IN
    WILL YOU NEED AN PERMANENT VISA ???
    SO IF THE NEW PRESIDENT IN AN COUPLE OF YEAR S CHANGES POLICY
    HOW DO YOU PROTECT YOURSELF

  2. OCTinPHL

    [QUOTE=”MORRIS, post: 66280″]AS ITS IS NOTED , YOU DON’T NEED AN VISA ,AS THE NEW PRESIDENT ORDERED
    BUT IF YOU WANT TO RETIRE IN BRAZIL , BUY AN HOME AND SETTLE IN
    WILL YOU NEED AN PERMANENT VISA ???
    SO IF THE NEW PRESIDENT IN AN COUPLE OF YEAR S CHANGES POLICY
    HOW DO YOU PROTECT YOURSELF[/QUOTE]

    My recommendation is not to seek advice from anonymous people on a chatboard and instead to pay for an hour of an immigration attorney’s time, either here in the US or Brasil. Just my $0.02 worth of advice.

  3. Donna

    I would phone or make an appointment at the nearest Brazilian Consulate and obtain the information you need for your planned retirement in Brazil.

  4. Owen

    [URL]https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/International-Travel-Country-Information-Pages/Brazil.html[/URL]

  5. David W

    Like others have mentioned above, getting a lawyer who’s has a focus on retirement abroad is probably the best way to plan and protect yourself.

  6. Gaurav

    Plus if you don’t get citizenship, I would say you are always at the mercy of political changes in a country. No one can 100% predict what will happen in a few years.

  7. No Name

    Brazilian foreign ministry page on retirement visas.
    [URL]http://vancouver.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/permanent_visa_%28viper%29.xml[/URL]

    A bit more easy to read.
    [URL]https://residencies.io/residency/brazil/permanent-residency/br2[/URL]

    Still talking to lawyer/accountant about the legal and tax up and down side might be a good thing.

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