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NikMunro
7/2/2019 12:53 EST

I am from the United States and am still extremely confused about if I can even move to Lisbon. I keep hearing completely contradicting things from just about everyone I’ve talked to.

So my wife and I both would have online remote jobs (Not jobs from Portugal, the jobs are based in the US)

Because we are making income can we move to Lisbon under and Visa longer than 3 months? If anyone has any true insight I would greatly appreciate it.

Every single thing on websites I’ve posted about this ends in half of the people telling me it’s absolutey impossible to move there without any family from Portugal or a Portuguese job and the other half of the people say it’s definitely possible. I just don’t know what to believe.

Thank you everyone for your help

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craigandmicki
7/3/2019 04:16 EST

Your confusion ends when you read the article here"US Citizens Moving ti Portugal" and go to the SEF website to see that your visa type D/ type 1 encourages remote workers.

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