Brazil Immigration Guide: Your Gateway to a Vibrant Journey
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The third-largest continent on the globe after Asia and Africa is North America.The name of the Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci is where the word "America" originates. The continent of South America is home to numerous breathtaking natural wonders. The world's tallest waterfall, Angel Falls, is located in Venezuela. In addition, South America is home to the Atacama Desert, the longest mountain range on Earth, the Andes, and the world's largest river, the Amazon. The Amazon Rainforest holds the distinction of being the world's largest rainforest. The ancient Mayans in Central America first came up with the mathematical concept of the “0”.

Officially known as the Federative Republic of Brazil, Brazil is a prominent country in Southern and Latin America with one of the largest economies in the world. While having over 400 airports, it also holds around 60% of the Amazon rainforest.

According to the World Bank, Brazil has the highest percentage of global wealth in South America with an upper-middle-class economy and a newly industrialized country. As an emerging economy and a developing country, Brazil, is a great option for immigration. 

There are immense opportunities for foreign business investors who wish to expand their business, as growing companies in Brazil are always seeking international talent. Brazil can be an ideal business market for companies because of the growing population density in the country.

The Permanent Residence Visa (VIPER) of Brazil permits foreign nationals to stay in Brazil for more than two years.

Permanent residence (VIPER) can be obtained by:

Immigrants, border residents, and visitors, regardless of their migratory status, may apply for a residence permit if the intended modality’s requirements are completed, including those who have a family relationship with a Brazilian national or an immigrant who is already a resident permit holder.

Individuals such as spouses, dependents under the age of 24, and parents, may be included in the application. Although a resident’s permanent visa allows them to live and work in Brazil eternally, it is subject to modification after three years.

Brazil grants this business visa to capitalize on direct foreign investments and offer interactive business gateways to foreign business persons.

Under this visa, the foreign individuals can visit Brazil to conduct:

This visa is granted to individuals who demonstrate their purpose of business visit.

Foreigners having family links in Brazil who wish to settle and live in the nation can apply for a Family Reunion Visa.

Foreigners lawful dependents of Brazilian residents or foreigners who already have a permanent residency visa in Brazil may be temporarily or permanently awarded this visa.

The applicants can sponsor the following individuals:

The Q1 family visa purposes as a family reunification visa. This visa is issued to the family members of Chinese citizens or China permanent residence holders.
The visa-sponsored persons’ primary intent must be to come to China for long-term family reunification.

Direct U.S. Immigration has always assisted communities by providing information about the latest immigration trends. The global mobility department of Direct U.S. Immigration facilitates ambitious foreign nationals to immigrate to Brazil. Whether you want to start your business in Brazil, reunite with your family, or want to immigrate as a skilled worker, we deliver expert supervision and application procedures in all.


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