The same language attracts Brazilians to Portugal | Image: (ESB Professional | Shutterstock)
Many Brazilians have the desire to live in other countries to search for new job opportunities and a better life. According to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, between 2010 and 2020, about 625,000 Brazilians moved abroad, bringing their total to 4.2 million.
However, when choosing a country to live in, it is important to consider the quality of life and whether the place welcomes foreigners. So, below, see five countries that welcome Brazilians!
It is nothing new that Brazil and Portugal maintain close relations. Therefore, the European country is the preferred destination for Brazilians who intend to reside there outside. One positive factor is that we share the same language, which facilitates communication and makes the adjustment smoother. In addition to obtaining a simplified work and study visa, some people have Portuguese relatives and can apply for local citizenship.
For those who want to immigrate to an English-speaking country, but without the bureaucracy of the United States, Ireland is a great option. The charming European country with a prolific nature is full of Brazilians and is always looking for workers, and visas are easy for them students exchange For jobs with a workload of 20 hours per week, for example. Moreover, the country does not require a prior visa to travel, as the traveler can obtain the license in the country itself and then later obtain a work and residence visa.
Canada is always hiring qualified professionals for permanent residency (Photo: V. Ben | Shutterstock)
acceptance, cultural diversity Educational opportunities in Canada attract Brazilians every year. The country has large cities with excellent infrastructure and beautiful forests with a rich fauna. The immigration system is not that complicated, the country always recruits qualified professionals for permanent residency.
Uruguay is considered one of the countries with the best quality of life in Latin America, and is a favorite among Brazilians. With an attractive environment for the Latin fraternity, the country has a small but very busy coastline Attracts tourists from all over the world. It is worth noting that Uruguay offers an easy immigration process for retirees and investors, but also welcomes workers and students.
within Latin America, Chilean It is one of the most visited places by Brazilians who want to settle down for a long time. It is close to Brazil and maintains excellent diplomatic relations with its neighbors. For those looking for work, there is a temporary residence permit for one year, and after the person obtains the job, it is possible to obtain a permit that is valid for two years, but is subject to renewal.
Written by Daniele de Oliveira
gViajaNet Marketing Manager, Brazilian digital travel agency.
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