Success of the Golden Visa Portugal

The Portuguese Golden Visa is one of the most popular and famous programmes to get the residence. According to Serviço de Estrangeiros e Fronteiras (SEF), 107 residence visas were authorized by the Portuguese government on August 2020 and a total of 216 family members (spouse or partner and children under 18 years) also get the residence.

If we take a look at the nationalities, the Chinese (36 residence permit) have been the nationality that invests the most in Portugal, followed by Brazilian (12), Russian (10), African (8), American (7) and citizens from other countries (34). The data also shows, that the Portuguese Golden Visa raised €50 millions in August.

Why should you invest in Portugal?

Investing in Portugal it is always a good idea. Portugal is synonymous with success and good quality life and it has been one of the countries to best manage de coronavirus crisis. Moreover,  and according  to the 2020 Global Peace Index (GPI), Portugal remains as one of the most peaceful countries around the world and it is placed in the third position behind Iceland and New Zealand, which are the first and the second one. Moreover, Portugal is the safest country in the Schengen area, followed by Austria (4th), Denmark (5th) or the Czcech (8th) Republique.

Move around the Schengen Zone

One of the main benefits of the Portuguese Golden Visa it is that you can travel and move around the Schengen area without the need of a visa. That means visa-free access to 26 states.

Quality life for you and your family

Portugal is the ideal place to live with your family for its cheap living costs in comparison with other countries from the European Union. Moreover, it offers a good and balanced job-life. With a good mild Mediterranean climate, delicious food, beautiful landscapes and cities packed with historic interest and cultural experiences like Lisbon or Porto, Portugal brings all you need to start a new life.

Working in Portugal

With the visa permit you can also work in Portugal. So, if you plan to look for a job in the country, we recommend you to research the job market before moving to the country.  Portugal’s most important industries include tourism, automotive, construction, electronics and transportation.

 Excellent educational system

Portugal offers a high educational system with important schools, colleges and universities. The University of Porto is one of the most prestigious in the country followed by the Lisbon University.  So, we can say that the country is undoubtedly one of the most affordable places for higher education in Europe.

Investment options to get the Golden Visa

If you are thinking of investing in Portugal, we have the best option for you. The Golden Visa Portugal programme is one of the most attractive and accessible in Europe. With a minimum investment of €280.000 you can get Portuguese residence for you and your family (spouse and children under 18).

However, there are other options to get de Portuguese residence:

  • €350.000 investment in real estate more than 30 years old or located in urban regeneration areas.
  • €500.000 investment in real estate.
  • Create 10 full-time jobs.
  • Private equity funds.
  • Research: Investment of € 350,000 in research carried out by accredited institutions that are part of the national scientific and technological system.
  • Existing business

Acquisition process

We offer an end-to-end service and help you in all the steps to get the Golden Visa permit. First of all, we show you the different investment routes that we offer, and we help you to decide which one is the most suitable one according to your needs. Once you have decided, it is time to prepare all the documentation. We will inform you about the particularities of each document.

Then you should submit the residence application and complete the real estate acquisition or the way chosen for applying. After that, you will be required to pay the Government application fee and provide a copy of all the required information. You will finally, receive the residence approval.

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Source: Serviço de Estrangeiros e Fronteiras (SEF)