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PORTUGAL PASSIVE INCOME (D7) VISA

The Portugal Passive Income Visa – also known as a D7 Visa – provides residency status to
non-EU / EEA / Swiss citizens, including retirees, who intend to relocate to Portugal and are in receipt of a reasonable and regular passive income.

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    Benefits

    Health & Education
    You and your family will be able to study in schools or universities across Portugal and enjoy world class healthcare.
    High ranked passport
    The Portuguese passport is ranked in the top 5 passports in the world for ease of travel.
    Ease of travel
    Citizens of Portugal can travel visa free or with visa-on-arrival to over 185 countries and territories including the United States of America, the European Union, Singapore and Hong Kong.
    Pathway to citizenship
    By fulfilling the minimal requirements, you may be eligible for a Portuguese citizenship after 5 years of holding your residency.
    A Minimal residency
    There are minimal physical residency requirements, There is a minimum stay of 183 consecutive days.
    Freedom of movement
    As a permanent resident of Portugal, you are a resident of the European Union, thus you are entitled to freedom of movement in the Schengen area.

    About Portugal

    Portugal is the leading destination for individuals and families seeking residence within the European Union. It offers a stable political and social environment, clear and transparent tax rules, good infrastructure, a favorable investment climate and an excellent quality of life. Most foreigners consider the cost of living to be low.

    Requirements

    • Be a non- EU national.
    • Have sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay in Portugal.
    • Hold a clean criminal record.
    • Be willing to reside 183 consecutive days in Portugal.
    • Be willing to become a fiscal resident in Portugal.

    Services and Timelines

    1.Visa:
    • Migration strategy;
    • List of the necessary documents to instruct the process to obtain the temporary residence permit;
    • Filling all application form needed;
    • Motivation letter;
    • Help with submission at the Portuguese Embassy;

    Time frame after submitting the visa: up to 60 working days.

    2. Acquisition of the Temporary residence permit to work and live in Portugal:

    Migration strategy;

    • List of necessary documents to instruct the process to obtain the temporary residence permit;
    • Preparation of documents such as POA, legal forms and legal petitions to the immigration authority in Portugal (SEF);
    • Legal representation of Client alongside Portuguese public institutions in administrative proceedings;
    • Submission of all the documents to SEF;
    • Scheduling the interview appointment with SEF;
    • Travel with the Client and assistance during the interview at SEF;
      Follow up of the process. 

    Time frame: 30 days to 3 months after arrival

    3. Tax number:
    •  Request a Portuguese Tax Number; 
    • Tax representation in Portugal.

    Time frame: 7 working days.

    4. Company registration:
    • Advising the legal strategy; 
    • Company contract;
    • Company registration.

    Time frame: up to 10 working days.