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Portugal Immigration

Portugal has always been popular among visitors, but lately an increasing number of people want to live here permanently

The first time some people see Portugal, they fall in love with the place. Many dream of living in Portugal full- or part-time. Visitors from Brazil, the United States, South Africa, China, the United Kingdom, and many other countries start thinking about relocating, buying a vacation home, or investing in property there. But what they lack are facts.

If you are one of the thousands of people thinking about moving to Portugal, BRINT Portugal has the answers you need to make informed decisions. We can assist with organizing every detail – from advice on immigration requirements to where to look for your new home — so you can experience an efficient and economical move.

Our in-country advisers have first-hand knowledge about how to get started, where to look, and what steps you’ll need to take to make it all happen smoothly and affordably. We offer premium relocation services along with reliable immigration legal support.

Immigration Main Services

The main difference between the D7 Visa and the Portugal Golden Visa is the length of stay.

The D7 Visa requires a minimum annual length of stay in Portugal of six consecutive months or eight months spread out over a whole year.

The Golden Visa only requires an average of seven days per year in Portugal to maintain your residency status.

By birth or after
5 year residence

Schedule an immigration consultation.
Not only will we give you reliable legal advice, but we also pledge our 100% commitment to helping you fulfill your dream of living and/or investing in Portugal, Europe’s West Coast.

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