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Milenkom
10/6/2017 09:53 EST

Hi. I am thinking about moving to Brazil from Aberdeen - UK. The plan is to live in Brazil but work remotely for employer based in UK. Since I will be living there on tourist visa. Will I be subject to double taxation?

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OutOfHereUSA
10/6/2017 10:30 EST

DOUBTFUL
Choose your destination carefully that includes fast internet and is safe. 6 months with maybe an extension, find a girlfriend and you can stay longer.
So many other Countries you can do the same with less risk ; Costa Rica, Panama, Canada, Portugal, etc.

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Marlington
10/6/2017 10:35 EST

Hello!

As a tourist, you are allowed to stay for up to 90 days per visit to Brazil and a total of 180 days per year in the country. But there are a couple of permanent residency visa options that may interest you.

Please get in touch with me and I will explain. There is a lot of info you should get to help you plan.

Bye for now,
Margaret Arlington

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Milenkom
10/6/2017 11:26 EST

Used to be 3 months with extension, This is no longer possible for me since I am not UK national but Slovenian, so I'm only allowed to stay 90 days no extension is possible it sucks.

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Dod37
10/7/2017 04:33 EST

What part of Brazil are you moving to, I am from Edinburgh and travel to Brazil twice a year, its a beautiful country but be careful.

You will need to apply for certain forms and that is not an easy task, its a three month Visa then you have to apply to federal police to extend your Visa to the six month.

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Dod37
10/7/2017 04:33 EST

What part of Brazil are you moving to, I am from Edinburgh and travel to Brazil twice a year, its a beautiful country but be careful.

You will need to apply for certain forms and that is not an easy task, its a three month Visa then you have to apply to federal police to extend your Visa to the six month.

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