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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
Business investment in a Brazilian company (investment plan in a new business or in the expansion of an existing one)
Your Legal Entity & Bank Account
Form filing, Legal Structuring, and opening your bank account
You fill the required forms, we incorporate a legal entity for you and we open you a bank account in Brazil
Transfer of Funds
Sending the investment money to your account in Brazil
We'll open you an exchange account for your legal entity in Brazil, registering you and your investment at Brazil's central bank as foreign direct investment. This will allow you to transfer the investment of R$500 000 BRL which is ~$150 000 USD (or R$ 150 000 BRL if tech investment) into your account in Brazil. You can use this money any way you wish.. (property acquisition, stocks, fixed income.. etc)
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 labour. 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.
Visa requirements for Brazilian citizens are administrative entry restrictions by the authorities of other states placed on citizens of Brazil.
As of 9 October 2018, Brazilian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 171 countries and territories, ranking the Brazilian passport 16th in terms of travel freedom, according to the Henley Passport Index