Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil, is located in the eastern half of South America. It borders the French overseas department of French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana and Venezuela to the north; Colombia to the northwest; to the west with Peru and Bolivia; to the southeast with Paraguay and Argentina, and to the south with Uruguay It covers a size of 8.2 million square kilometers and has a population of more than 200 million inhabitants, making it the largest and most populous country in Latin America, and the fifth largest worldwide. Its capital is Brasilia, although its most populated city is Sao Paulo. Its official currency is the Brazilian Real (BRL).
The Brazilian economy is also the largest in Latin America, the sixth largest in the world by nominal GDP and the seventh largest by purchasing power parity. The country is a founding member of the United Nations, G20, the Southern Common Market of the South (Mercosur) and the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), besides being one of the BRIC countries. The country has several large and developed economic sectors such as agriculture, mining, manufacturing and services, as well as a large labor market.
Brazil is a top exporter of aircraft, electronic equipment, automobiles, alcohol, textiles, footwear, iron, steel, coffee, orange juice, soybeans and corned beef. In addition to being a world power in agriculture and natural resources, it has abundant reserves of oil, coal, gas, timber, gold, diamonds, rubies, emeralds and many others.
Getting a Brazilian investor visa will allow you to live and work permanently in the country.
Minimum investment of R$500.000
Excellent infrastructural and transportation facilities
International Trade and Business Alliances
Real State option of investment is available
Brazilian Investor Visa Money Requirements
To obtain this Visa, you will have to: • Be able to invest at least R$500,000 in an already existing Brazilian business, or a new Company. • Be able to invest R$1 ,000,00 in Real Estate.
The Brazilian Digital Nomad Visa program allows employers working remotely to live and work from Brazil for a minimum of one year at a time, with the visa being renewable after the one year time slot. The applicant needs to be able to show they are working in the country by submitting a declaration to the government reinforcing their work.
Also, you should make sure you can meet the following requirements before applying:
- Able to live in Brazil.
- Proof of income of at least $1,500 per month OR $15,000 in bank account upon applying.
- Proof of employment from company allowing remote work.
- Proof of medical records.
One can apply for the Digital Nomad Visa either in Brazil or through a consular government office. Expect at least a 4-week application process until you hear back from the government.
Digital Nomad Visa
Steps to follow
Step 1 - Preliminary Check:
Our specialized team will review the documentation submitted to verify that the immigration requirements are met. In addition, we will verify the transparency of investment funds. As a result, we will have a background check report and signed contract.
Step 2 - Choose of Investment:
You must select the investment option that most convinces and suits you, so that later we can start the process. If you decide to obtain residency through real estate investment, we will help you choose your property based on your needs and desires.
Step 3 - Preparation of documents and sending to the corresponding agency:
We take care of everything: we obtain the criminal record certificates, we fill out and complete the government forms, we certify the documents before a notary, we do the translation and apostille everything (this service has a separate cost), and then we send it to the residence. We present your documents independently and with strict compliance with the requirements, as well as monitoring the progress of the application. As a result, we will confirm the receipt of the documents by the government.
Step 4 - Due Diligence check:
Once the residency agency receives all the documents, the applicant's background check begins. In the event that additional documents are required during verification, we will handle those requests.
Step 5 - Case Investigation:
We look forward to a positive resolution and receive the new documents together with you. If necessary, we can also help you with other operational, commercial and even domestic matters (including the arrangements of additional documents).
Step 6 - Receiving residency:
When the investment and all fees are paid, you receive the certificate of residence. Then, these documents are sent to you, so that after the wait, you can start enjoying them.
Does this residency allow me to obtain citizenship?
Yes, after four years one can apply for citizenship.
For how long will I have the residence?
The residence permit is for 2 year.
What documents are required?
• A completed application form with a photograph. • A copy of your passport. • Documents that prove your income is legal. For example a employment contract. • Certificates of no criminal records. • Health insurance policy. • Payment documents confirming the payment of state duties and fees. • Documents confirming the fulfillment of the investment conditions stipulated in the application.
Is Brazil Safe?
Yes, the crime rate in Monaco is lower than in most European countries.
Is dual citizenship accepted in Brazil?
Yes, you can access dual citizenship in brazil.
With what currency must the residency programs be paid?
This residency program should be paid in Reales.
How strong is the Brazil visa?
The Brazilian passport currently ranks 20th place according to the Guide Passport Ranking Index. It provides visa-free access to 171 countries.
Can I bring my family in this experience?
Yes, the Family Reunion Visa is the solution to foreigners with family ties in Brazil who wish to settle and live in the country. This visa can be granted temporarily or permanently to foreigners who are considered legal dependents of Brazilian citizens or foreigners who already have a permanent residency visa in Brazil.
Can the residence be purchased with an investment in Real Estate?
Yes, there is a very stable real estate market that offers significant opportunities to investors as well as resident property dealers.
In what cases can my application be rejected?
Most of the applications are authorized, however there are some reasons why you may have difficulty with this residency. Such us: • Having criminal records. • Lack of documentation. • Do not meet the minimum time in the country.
The main applicant must go to Brazil?
The whole process can be arranged without being present in the country.