The Brazilian Economic Citizenship Program
Brazil is the fifth largest country and sixth largest economy in the world!
Fifth place in the sustainable growth index, according to the UN
It is the world's third largest food exporter
Democratic country with freedom and political stability
Low unemployment registered at 5.3%
International mobility +146 visa-free countries
Peaceful and multi-racial country which respects immigrants and their beliefs
Active encouragement and incentives for foreign investment, you can own 100% of land and property
an Investment of
$ 100,000 to $200,000
(R$ 500 000 BRL to R$ 1 000 000\)
Investment can take any form
(includes buying a piece of land or property!)
(include all your dependents)
Flexible. No residency requirements
(you only need to visit once every two years for PR)
Citizenship & Passport
(&citizenship for future dependents)
Can be done
(Investor visa can be done remotely)
You only need to visit once to pick up your residency card!
The Application Process for Investor visa and permanent residency
Select the Investment Options
Investment vehicle or the property of choice!
We obtain your Brazilian social security number.
We register you and the investment in this particular property with the central bank of Brazil as foreign direct investment
Transfer of Funds
On a specific channel with the Central Bank of Brazil
Transfer the fund to the construction company, throughout a specific channel with the central bank of Brazil
We supervise and follow up with Property Acquisition Documents due registration according to local legislation
Investor Visa & Permanent Resident
Obtaining the Investor Visa & Permanent Resident Card
After you transfer the funds, you will then be able to submit your application to Brazil's ministry of labor.
Once you get the ministry's approval you can obtain your investor visa at any Brazilian Consulate and subsequently get your RNE "Yellow Card" (Permanent Residency) on your first visit to Brazil. This will set you on the path to Brazilian Citizenship and a Passport.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a Brazilian Investor visa?
A “permanent visa”, such as the investment visa, allows a foreigner to live and work in Brazil. You will be treated like an ordinary Brazilian except for voting and political rights.
Are the investor visa holder’s family entitled to come to Brazil?
The resident alien is also allowed to bring his or her family and come and go as he or she wishes.
Is there a minimum stay period?
A minimum stay period in Brazil is one entrance to Brazil every other 2 years, in order to maintain his or her residency status before the Brazilian authorities.
Where are the investment monies transferred?
The investment and transferring of funds must be made into the account of your Brazilian Company or another Brazilian company if you wish.
What can be done with these monies once they are in the company’s account?
The company can then invest the monies at its convenience, including real estate, bank investments, stocks, etc. You can choose your own investment, but it must be done in the name of your company. Most foreigners, usually those who are already purchasing real estate, take advantage of it. But you can invest in stocks and even savings accounts, where interest rates and dividends are much higher than those applied and seen in other countries.
How long is the investor visa valid for?
You get permanent residency status.
Who has to file the application?
The person who wants to become a Brazilian citizen must apply themselves. If a person under the age of 18 wants to naturalize then the parents or legal guardians must file the application.
BRAZIL CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAM
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