Investor Visas & Residency

For those who may need a second residency in Brazil, for the entrepreneur relocating to Brazil for the purposes of running a business, or for the C-level executive appointed to oversee their company’s Brazilian subsidiary, a Brazilian Investor Visa is required.

Similar to the US Green Card, the Investor Visa brings you many benefits:

  • Endows Permanent Residency status

  • Residency for the entire family, including all your dependent family members.

  • Grants the option to apply for Brazilian Citizenship and a Brazilian Passport within a couple of years.

  • See the Key Facts below:

Investment of US$ 150,000

The Investor Visa requires a minimum level of financial investment of R$ 500k BRL for individual investor Or R$ 600k BRL for legal entity investor, in a Brazilian company. This process is simple and very straightforward.

Investment of US$ 270,000

The Investor Visa through property acquisition requires a minimum level of financial investment of 700k BRL on North & Northeast, or 1,000,000 BRL South, Southeast & Midwest for individual investor Or legal entity investor. This process is simple and very straightforward.

Citizenship & Passport

Access to more than 146 Visa Free Countries (for future dependents).

As a citizen, you can get a Brazilian passport. It’s a really well sought passport, due to the fact that it can get you into many countries and is also relatively low-profile.

Can be Done 100% Remote

You only need to visit once to pick up your residency card!
(Investor visa can be done remotely)


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