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We asked expats in Brazil what banks they use and there advice about banking. They advised...

"Before retiring in Brazil, expats should ensure that their pension income will be sufficient to cover the cost of living. Expats should also learn some basic Portuguese to better integrate into the local community. It is best to visit Brazil first before relocating in order to explore the country and to determine if living in Brazil is a good fit for the expat's lifestyle. Obtaining a visa for individuals of foreign nationality is also important; expats should research the different types of visas in order to determine which one will best fit their needs. Lastly, expats should find a reliable real estate agent to help them find a suitable home in Brazil," wrote a member who made the move to Brazil.

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Oliveira Lawyers is the foremost Brazilian law firm dedicated to representing the interests of foreign citizens in Brazil. From immigration to real estate and other life events, our bilingual attorneys got you covered! Main services include immigration, real estate, notary services, tax services, collections, family law, and litigation.
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Oliveira Lawyers is the foremost Brazilian law firm dedicated to representing the interests of foreign citizens in Brazil. From immigration to real estate and other life events, our bilingual attorneys got you covered!
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Oliveira Lawyers is the foremost Brazilian law firm dedicated to representing the interests of foreign citizens in Brazil. From immigration to real estate and other life events, our bilingual attorneys got you covered!
Get Quote

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