Portuguese Citizenship Complete Guide to Take in 2022

Portuguese Citizenship Complete Guide to Take in 2022

Portuguese Citizenship Complete Guide to Take in 2022
Portuguese Citizenship Complete Guide to Take in 2022

This complete guide, brings all the information for those who want to take the Portuguese Citizenship.

You will know who is entitled to dual citizenship, the changes to the Nationality Law in 2020 and the step by step of the entire process.

We will also detail how much it costs to acquire Portuguese citizenship, the duration, the advantages and the documents required.

Check until the end of the content to understand about the way to obtain Portuguese citizenship, but if you prefer, we have an index right at the beginning of the text that can facilitate you reading. You can choose the subject of interest you. Hope we can help you. You might be interested in article How do I know if I have Portuguese Descent?

What is Portuguese Citizenship?

Portuguese citizenship is the relationship of rights and duties of the citizen to the Portuguese Government.

In order for a Brazilian to obtain dual nationality, his situation dela must fit within the rules for Portuguese citizenship.

These rules are contained in the Portuguese Nationality Law, Law n.⁰ 37/81, of 3rd October.

In other words, it is in the definitions of the law that the citizens who are entitled to Portuguese citizenship are defined, for example, through attribution or naturalization.

Certainly, thousands of Brazilian have the right to obtain Portuguese citizenship through the attribution of nationality.

Who is Entitled to Portuguese Citizenship in 2022?

For Brazilians, there are several possibilities that indicate who is entitled to Portuguese citizenship:

Son of Portuguese;

Portuguese grandson;

Portuguese great-grandson;

Married to a Portuguese citizen;

In a stable union with a Portuguese citizen;

Wife of a Portuguese citizen, but the marriage must have taken place before October 3, 1981;

Descendant of Portuguese sephardic Jews;

Minor child born before the parents acquired Portuguese citizenship;

Born in a former Portuguese colony, but when it was still under the control of Portugal;

Legal resident in Portuguese territory, however the period of residents must be greater than 5 years;

Foreign child fully adopted by a Portuguese citizen;

Born in Portugal, child of foreigners, of legal age or a emancipated, but who has stayed in the country for 10 years;

Minor child of foreigners, born in Portuguese territory, if the foreigner has been in Portugal regularly or irregularly for at least one year.

Portuguese Citizenship for Children of Portuguese

There is a way to obtain Portuguese citizenship for a child of Portuguese, but for that, the father, mother or both must have been born in Portugal.

In the same way, Portuguese citizenship was acquired by also being the son of a Portuguese citizen.

Portuguese Citizenship for Portuguese Grandson

The grandson of Portuguese has the right to obtain Portuguese citizenship as well. However, each case has a different procedure. In any case, grandchildren already have their original nationality recognised from birth.

Recently, the process has become even simpler for grandchildren, as per the new Portuguese Nationality law.

This is because there is no longer the need to prove the links with Portugal, which until then were required.

Today, it is sufficient to prove knowledge of the Portuguese language, in addition to the fact that they do not have a criminal record for crimes with a penalty equal to or greater than three years.

It is worth remembering that there can also be no connection of the applicant with terrorist activities.

The acquisition of Portuguese citizenship for Brazilians became even easier, especially for Portuguese grandchildren, with the change in the Law.

Portuguese Citizenship Details for Grandson

If the applicant's parents have already died without acquiring Portuguese citizenship and he is a grandson of Portuguese, he has the right to obtain citizenship by attribution.

If the parents are still alive and the applicant is the grandson of a Portuguese citizen, he is entitled to obtain Portuguese citizenship by attribution as well.

But, in the latter case, firstly, the child of the Portuguese must have Portuguese nationality assigned. Afterwards, the interested party can also obtain nationality, through the same procedure of attribution to a child. You may also be interested in article Portugal: Learn all about the Destination Country of Many Brazilians.

Conversion (convolution) of Portuguese Citizenship for naturalized grandchildren

Now, those who are grandchildren of Portuguese when they acquire Portuguese citizenship are considered to be of Portuguese origin. In other words, it is as if they were Portuguese from the date of their birth, being able to tranmit this nationality to their spouses and minor or adult children.

However, this was not always the case; until the legislative changes in 2017, anyone who acquired Portuguese nationality as a grandchild was considered naturalized Portuguese.

Thus, he could not convey that nationality to spouses and children. Only children born later and spouses married after their naturalization could acquire nationality through it.

Another case, those who obtained Portuguese Nationality is grandchildren before this change. However, if they are still considered naturalized Portuguese, they can ask for the conversion (conversion) of that nationality to the original one. Then they will be considered original Portuguese.

In summary, the process is simplified and you just need to present the necessary proof that you already have Portuguese citizenship acquired as a grandson of Portuguese, through the old law. Conversion will be requested in accordance with current law.

Portuguese Citizenship for Portuguese Great-Grandson

One of the doubts that arises is: up to which generation is Portuguese citizenship possible? The Portuguese Nationality law does not establish generational limits, that is, you can be a great-grandson of Portuguese, great-great-grandchild, who will still have the right to dual citizenship. However, in order to obtain Portuguese citizenship with ancesty from your great-grandfather, a condition must be fulfilled.

The hypothesis is also provided for in Decree-Law No. 71/2017. The status of the request will depend on who is alive in the family, as you cannot "skip" two generations.

In other words, it is necessary that the father or mother of grandson (a) of the Portuguese acquire Portuguese citizenship, to then pass it on to the next generation, reaching the great-grandson of the Portuguese.

It is worth remembering that, currently, the process for grandchildren is much easier. Those ties with the Portuguese Community are no longer required. Today, proof of knowledge of the Portuguese language is enough, which for Brazilians is not a problem.

Another possibility, for the great-grandchild to acquire Portuguese citizenship, is if all the ancestors are still alive. That is, performing the assignment of everyone as children, thus, the process is more guaranteed and easier.

Portuguese Citizenship by Marriage or Stable Union (de facto union)

It is important to know that both Portuguese citizenship by marriage, with a Portuguese spouse or through a stable Union (de facto union as they say in Portugal) is possible.

The procedure today may be easier, thanks to the legislative changes that took place in 2020, in the new Portuguese Nationality Law.

To be entitled to Portuguese citizenship without many requirements, you must be married for at least 6 years to a Portuguese citizen.

But, if the marriage or in a stable union has at least one child in common who has already acquired Portuguese citizenship, or there are other ties with Portugal, it does not need to have six years of Union. In that case, just three years would suffice.

The rule is that from the sixth year onwards, ties with the Portuguese Community are no longer required for the acquisition of nationality by the spouse or partner. In reality, these ties are presumed after 6 years.

Important to Know about Portuguese Citizenship by Marriage

From three years onwards, there is already the possibility of acquiring Portuguese citizenship as a spouse or stable union, but then such ties with Portugal are already required. It is only after 6 years that it is no longer required.

And, having Portuguese descent in common is one of the possibilities to fulfill this requirement. Another possibility is to already be residing in Portugal, for example.

In the case of a stable union, the same rules apply. However, it is still necessary to recognize the union by judicial means in Portugal. However, through the amendment of the law, these recognition requirements were also facilitated.

Married to a Portuguese - another acquisition possibility

Woman who married a Portuguese national before October 3, 1981.

According to Law No. 2098, of 29 July 1959, there is a way to obtain Portuguese citizenship.

But the foreign woman must have married a native Portuguese citizen, that is, who is not naturalized. And, the date of union must be before October 3, 1981.

Thus, she has the right to Portuguese nationality, unless, before the marriage, she has declared that she does not want to acquire it.

But the analysis of these processes is simplified, formal and objective. If the requirements are met, the right is acquired.

It is worth remembering that this type of Portuguese citizenship can be requested by female spouses, including widows.

Portuguese Citizenship for Descendants of Portuguese Sephardic Jews

Portuguese citizenship for the descendants of Sephardic Jews can also be acquired by demonstrating the tradition of belonging to a Sephardic community of Portuguese origin. After that it can take place on the basis of proven objective requirements for connection to Portugal.

In other words, surnames, family language, direct or collateral descent, as long as they are of legal age or emancipated under Portuguese law can help.

However, they cannot have been convicted, with a final judgement, for the practice of a crime punishable with a maximum prison sentence equal to or greater than three years, according to Portuguese law.

As in other cases of application for Portuguese citizenship, this also obliges the applicant to prove certain ties with Portugal.

Portuguese Citizenship for Those Born in Portugal to Foreign Parents

There are three possibilities of having Portuguese citizenship if the child was born in Portugal to foreign parents.


  • A minor born in Portugal to foreign parents is entitled to Portuguese citizenship. One of them must live in Portuguese territory for at least 01 years.
  • A minor who was born in Portuguese territory to foreign parents, if one of them has resided in Portugal for at least 5 years. This does not depend on whether the residency situation is legal or not at the time of the child's birth. You have the right to Portuguese nationality by naturalization.

Over Age

Those who have habitually lived in Portugal for at least 10 years at the time of a applying for Portuguese citizenship, having not resided elsewhere and who have foreign parents (with or without legal residence in Portuguese territory), are entitled to apply for Portuguese nationality by naturalization.

This process applies to those who do not have and/or have held a valid Residence Permit, but live in Portugal uninterruptedly for 10 years.

Portuguese Citizenship by Length of Residence

Foreigners who have lived in Portugal legally for at least 5 years are entitled to apply for Portuguese citizenship for a period of legal residence. This time starts counting from the moment the person receives the legal residence permit in the country.

You must have a valid Residence Permit and accumulate legal residence time of at least 5 years at the time of application.

These 5 years of residency can be followed, or else, interspersed.

In the second case, the period of residence of 5 years is only valid if it is included in a maximum period of 15 years. In other words, it is counted from the first valid Residence Permit (does not include Residence Visa), until the day the nationality application is made.

Born in a Former Portuguese Colony

There is a way to obtain Portuguese citizenship for a person who was born in a former Portuguese colony, however, only when it still belonged to Portugal.

First, to apply for it, it is necessary to be the child or grandson of a Portuguese national.

In addition, he/she must have been born on a date prior to the proclamation of independence of that former colony, that is, while that country still belonged to Portugal.

Reacquisition of Portuguese Nationality

This case the occurs, in most cases, when the citizen has lost Portuguese Nationality. That is, for having opted for Brazilian Nationality when the law did not allow having both.

In the same vein, it also applies to those who already have Portuguese Nationality due to the so-called "service error". But after years of being considered a citizen of Portugal, he saw his nationality/citizenship "cancelled" automatically by the Portuguese State.

More specifically, it applies to those who, for any of the following reasons, have lost Portuguese citizenship in intend to reaquire it:
  • Portuguese woman who married a foreigner and who, therefore, lost her nationality;
  • Portuguese who lost their nationality for having voluntarily acquired another nationality;
  • Portuguese citizen who acquired another nationality by direct or indirect imposition of a foreign State on residents in its territory;
  • Person who was born in Portugal after October 3, 1981 and who acquired Portuguese citizenship by "service error". In this case, he had his citizenship canceled after at least 10 years of being considered a Portuguese citizen.

Can a Brazilian Get Portuguese Citizenship by Surname?

Much is said about the possibility or not of how to obtain Portuguese citizenship by surname.

However, it is not possible to acquire only the surname, and it also does not guarantee an effective connection to the Portuguese community.

How to Get Portuguese Citizenship Step-by-Step?

Let's find out how to get Portuguese citizenship step by step: how to start the process, duration and values.

From the moment you already know that you have the right to Portuguese citizenship, it is necessary to start the application process.

The application for Portuguese citizenship can be carried out without the help of legal advice. But, it is worth mentioning that you need to know about all the steps to be followed. Otherwise, the process may take longer than necessary and so you don't spend money out of planning.

However, if you choose the specialized company to carry out the step by step, the journey will certainly be less complex and time-consuming. With the great demand for Portuguese citizenship applications because of the Law change in 2020, knowing the shortest paths can make all the difference.

Following the article you will be able to verify the importance of legal advise at this important stage of your life.

The Stages to obtain Portuguese Citizenship

Many Brazilians have the right to Portuguese citizenship, but we need to understand every step of this process.

There are many variables to determine whether the time is going to be fast or not. For example, type of connection with Portuguese, if he is alive, if there are already request in the family, even the period of marriage with the citizen of Portugal, etc.

But anyway, there is a step by step of Portuguese Citizenship that follows the same pattern.

Main Stages of Portuguese Citizenship

The steps to be followed by all who wish to obtain Portuguese citizenship:

  • Find out if you have Portuguese ancestry (in cases where it is necessary)
  • Identify if you are entitled to Portuguese citizenship
  • Collect all necessary documents
  • Search for a certificate in Portugal
  • Send documents to Portugal
  • Wait for competition bodies
  • Acquisition of full Portuguese citizenship

Step 1 : Find out If you Have Portuguese Ancestry

Many Brazilians are unaware that they have the right to Portuguese citizenship.

The first step of the Portuguese citizenship step by step is to know if you have Portuguese ancestry or it will depend on the connection with a Portuguese citizen. This can occur through marriage or stable union or even through dual citizenship for time of residence in Portugal. And that, you don't necessarily need to be related to a Portuguese to have the right.

But how to Know If There is Portuguese Ancestry?

Step 2 : Find out If You are Entitled to Portuguese Citizenship.

As already mentioned at the beginning of this article, there are several possibilities to obtain Portuguese citizenship.

The Portuguese nationality law establishes who has the right to dual citizenship.

After this identification, the next action within the Portuguese citizenship step by step is that we will send you a proposal with deadlines and values.

In this way, as soon as you approve the proposal, we will make a service provision contract.

With the contract signed, we begin the advisory, request and analysis of all documents necessary for the process.

Step 3 : Pickup and Get the Necessary Documents

The document considered to be the main document in most Portuguese citizenship process is the Portuguese Birth Certificate.

However, this is often an old document and difficult to find. Thus, it is necessary to search for certificates in Portugal.

Looking for certificates in Portugal, in the step-by-step of Portuguese citizenship it is necessary to have:

  • The full name of the citizen seeking the certificate;
  • Affiliation (name of citizen's parents);
  • Place of birth: District (State), Council (City) and Parish (Neighbourhood);
  • Approximate date or year of birth;
  • Among other relevant information that you think will help in the search.

Above all, it is worth noting that our office only starts the search if the client has the basic information to carry out the procedure.

Still, other documents may be needed in this process. Therefore, having specialized advice can make it easier for them to be found more quickly and assertively.

Often, in the search for certificates, it is necessary to find very old parish records, but which have civil recognition, such as baptism, marriage and death certificates.

Subsequently, with the documents requested, analyzed and approved, the process is filed directly with the competent bodies in Portugal.

Step 4 : Monitoring the Progress of the Process

Once the documents are delivered in Portugal, it is necessary that the process is closely monitored.

Monitoring the progress of the process, deadlines and granting guarantees, by a specialized company, certainly guarantees Portuguese citizenship in a faster and more peaceful way.

It is important to note that our office has a team in Brazil and Portugal to monitor the progress of the process.

Above all, that there is transparency in communication regarding the stages of acquiring dual citizenship. That is, you will know exactly at what moment your processes is.

Step 5 : Acquisition or Attribution of Portuguese Citizenship

Att the end of the process, you will be a citizen with dual nationality (Brazilian and Portuguese). In short, you will be a European citizen, with all its advantages and benefits.

In addition, you can also pass it on to your children, grandchildren and spouses. If that's the case.

What are the Documents to Apply for Portuguese Citizenship as a Brazilian?

For the step-by-step process of Portuguese citizenship to take place without problems, it is necessary to understand that the types of documents may vary according to the official body where the request was made.

That's why we reiterate that hiring a specialized consultancy helps to avoid "headaches". Therefore, it guarantees more agility in the progress of the process.

Anyway, we separate the main documents for acquiring Portuguese citizenship below.

Documents for Portuguese Citizenship by Attribution

Documents for Portuguese Citizenship as a Child

  • Portuguese birth certificate with up-to-date marital status
  • Applicants birth certificate

Issued less than one year ago, in full with the signature of the official signing it. In addition, it must be legalized at the Portuguese consulate.

  • Copy of identification document, search as RG or passport of the applicant.

With notary authentication.

  • Form Mod. 1C

With the applicant's signature and double-sided printing.

Documents for Portuguese Citizenship as a Grandson

  • Portuguese birth certificate without up-to-date marital status.
  • Birth certificate of the applicant's father or mother.

The certificate must be in its entirety, in addition, it must be issued for less than one year with the notarized signature of the official signing it.

  • Applicant's birth certificate.

The specifications are the same as the certificate above.

  • Criminal record certificate by the federal police.
  • Copy of diploma or transcript from a Portuguese-speaking institution.

Notarized by a notary.

  • Federal police Criminal Record Certificate.

It is important to verify that the bond has been made with less than 90 days.

  • Copy of the applicant's ID or passport
  • Completed application

With notarized signature.

Documents for Portuguese citizenship by Acquisition

Documents for Marriage Transcription.

  • Birth certificate of the Portuguese citizen.
  • Wedding certificate.

It must have been issued less than 180 days ago with a recognized signature and in full.

  • Spouse's birth certificate.

With the same characteristics as the certificate above.

  • Application made by a civil registry office with a recognized signature.

Important Information About Documents for Portuguese Citizenship

Transcription of Marriage and Death in Portugal

In all cases, if the Portuguese National who will transmit Portuguese Citizenship has married and died outside Portugal, he needs to update the marital status of the Portuguese in Portugal.

That is, to record the marriage and death on the Portuguese birth certificate.

For this, it is necessary to have one hand, the birth, marriage and death certificates of the Portuguese and the spouse.

More importantly, that only after this procedure has been completed will it be possible to start the process of acquiring your Portuguese Nationality.

Birth Certificate of Portuguese Ascendant

The main document in most cases of obtaining Portuguese Citizenship is the Portuguese Birth Certificate.

But not everyone has this certificate, as it is usually very old.

For this reason, many customers ask us to carry out the service of searching for searching for certificates in Portugal.

In this way, it is enough for the customer to fill in the form with the information in Portuguese, in this way he will receive the step by step of Portuguese citizenship and the possibility of success in the process.

How Much Does it Cost to Get Portuguese Citizenship?

The Portuguese citizenship process can take longer than the visa application, as it has more details, in addition to being more bureaucratic and requires a financial investment.

However, once you have obtained dual Portuguese citizenship, your children and grandchildren will no longer have to worry about the entire process.

In addition, your other family members, such as uncles and cousins, will find a half way through your active process.

In short, the value to obtain Portuguese citizenship will be from R$ 4 thousand to 20 thousand reais.

Thus, the cost will basically depend on the amount of documents, in addition to notary expenses and time of fees.

How Long is the Portuguese Citizenship Process?

After starting the step-by-step process of Portuguese citizenship, the duration of the process will depend on the connection you have with Portuguese.

That is, if the documentation is in accordance with the requirements and if it is filed in the correct place.  But, we reiterate the importance of hiring a specialized consultancy, as it will save you time and money.

In another case, children of Portuguese tend to find it easier to find, or already have, their parents' documentation. So the process goes faster.

If you are grandparents of Portuguese people, perhaps the search for documents will take longer because they are no longer alive and you do not have the documents in hand.

In any case, currently the processes of children of legal age, take from 8 to 12 months, and underage children from 3 to 5 months of duration in the process of Portuguese citizenship.

The process time for a grandchild of Portuguese is 25 to 30 months, the same goes for applications for Portuguese citizenship by marriage or stable Union.

In the case of great-grandchildren, it will depend on the type of request, whether it was made as a child or as a grandchild initially, so the same deadlines described above apply respectively.

Important to Know About Deadlines

The duration periods of Portuguese citizenship processes may vary depending on the moment, including because of the pandamic. There are cases, for example, that the completion of all steps happens well before the forecast. There is no way to be sure, but rather an average at this moment of what is about to happen.

Benefits and Advantages for Those Who Have Portuguese Citizenship

Having dual Portuguese citizenship means, among other things, that the person has the same rights as someone born in Portugal.

Here are some Advantages of Obtaining Portuguese Citizenship:

  • Have one of the best passports in the world with the right to travel to at least 155 countries without obtaining a visa;
  • Have the same rights as a citizen born in Europe, in addition, study in public educational institutions, use the health system, reside and run for public office in any region belonging to the Schengen Agreement;
  • Another possibility is to get rid of the long customs lines at airports and ports, on trips to the old continent;
  • Another example is not needing a visa to enter most countries in Europe and the United States;
  • Futhermore, having free movement in the countries of the European Union;
  • Or, shop with fairer prices and less taxes, as Europe has several outlets that do not mask prices.
  • And above all, pass on Portuguese Citizenship to their descendants.

How to Get Portuguese Citizenship with the Purchase of Property in Portugal?

Taking Portuguese citizenship through real estate investment in Portugal follows the same rule as dual citizenship by length of residence.

When investing in the country within the rules of the Golden Visa, for example, the applicant receives the residence permit. In this way, after 5 years, he also has the right to Portuguese citizenship.

Check out the requirements for the Golden Visa, or ARI, investor Residence Permit:

  • Transfer of capital in the minimum amount of 1 million euros;
  • Creation of at least 10 jobs;
  • Acquisition of real estate with the value equal to or greater than 500 thousand euros;
  • Acquisition of real estate to be rehabilitated (over 30 years old or located in urban rehabilitation areas) in the minimum amount of 350 thousand euros;
  • Minimum investment of 350 thousand Euros in scientific research activities;
  • Investment of at least 250 thousand euros in artistic production, recovery or maintenance of cultural heritage;
  • Transfer of at least 350 thousand euros to investment funds or capital funds;
  • Transfer of at least 350 thousand euros to constitute a commercial company, with the creation of five jobs or for investment in an already established company, with the creation of at least five jobs for a minimum period of three years.

Important: from 2022 the rules change. Required values will be added.

Benefits of Having an Advisory Service in Applying for Portuguese Citizenship

We know that having Portuguese Nationality is the dream of many people residing in Brazil.

In addition, the European passport opens many doors for those who intend to live abroad.

We can cite examples of living in Portugal without a Visa, but also travelling to different countries.

Likewise, being able to take public exams and complete for scholarships in your country of descent, among many other advantages.

Portuguese Nationality Advisory

Check below, for example, what are the advantages of hiring an adviser to obtain Portuguese Nationality, in addition to having the long-awaited European passport.

Searching for Certificates in Portugal

The first step for those who want to obtain Portuguese citizenship is to search for certificates, that is, birth, marriage, death, etc. of their ancestors who were born/lived in Portugal.

First, this process can be complicated for some people who don't know where to find the document. Second, in many cases a more in-depth search is necessary.

But know that, with specialized advice provided by lawyers, the search for your family's certificates is much more assertive, with less expenses and also faster.

It is important to say that we at Nacionalidade Portuguese Assessoria, through Martins & Oliveira Advogados, have a team in Portugal to search for certificates, in addition to providing full support in your Portuguese citizenship process.

Determining Factor in the Acquisition of Dual Citizenship

The search for documents in Portugal can be the determining factor for the recognition of your European nationality. But we know it's not easy.

Therefore, it is very important to trust the chosen professional so that this service is done in an agile and committed way. Therefore, know that our office is able to locate your family's documentation.

Portuguese Citizenship: Less Waiting Time

The time to obtain Portuguese citizenship can vary greatly if the application is made in Brazil, or even in Portugal.

Also, merging all the documents can take a lot of time if you decide to do the whole process yourself.

So with expert help that does this every day, it will save you a lot of time.

In other words, many of our processes are resolved in a few months and you can have your dreamed Portuguese passport in hand.

More Success and Less Stress

When a person decides to do the process alone, many mistakes can certainly happen, its normal.

Consequently, if you are not an expert in the area and the number of documents is really large, this can happen in order to obtain Portuguese citizenship.

Therefore, counting on the benefits of having an advisor for your Portuguese Nationality will save you time, you will have more successes and much less stress.

In addition, if more members of your family want to obtain Portuguese Nationality, with the first process completed, the rest of the family will be able to do it faster. Mainly for children of Portuguese parents or grand children whose parents are still alive.

Portugal at the Top of the List of Dual Citizenship Applications

In the ranking of European countries with the highest number of requests from Brazilians to obtain dual citizenship is Portugal.

In other words, with more than 30% of the total cases granted, the numbers are ahead of Italy, Spain and Germany in the last 15 years.

Rights and Duties of Those with Portuguese Citizenship

Anyone with dual citizenship can consider themselves the European citizens.

In addition, you can live in any country of the European Union (if your citizenship comes from a Member State), as long as you meet certain specific conditions.

Another example is that you will have the right to travel through Portugal, which granted you dual citizenship, or to other European Union countries with just an identification document. As long as you have a valid identity card, citizen card or passport.

Furthermore, those who obtain Portuguese citizenship are also entitled to vote in elections.

With this, the citizen will also be able to stand for election to the European parliament of the country of the European Union in which he/she resides. In addition, be entitled to diplomatic and consular protection.

Likewise, in the case of Portugal and Brazil, citizens with Portuguese nationality benefit from an agreement between the two countries that allows Brazilians to have the same rights and duties as Portuguese citizens.

What if I don't get Portuguese Citizenship?

For these cases of not obtaining Portuguese citizenship, if you want to live in Portugal, it will be necessary to acquire a long-term residence visa.

In the different types of visas for Portugal, there are visas for workers, students, entrepreneurs, visas for retirees of holders of income.

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