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The effects of New Immigration Law on brazilian scenario

The New Immigration Law 13.445/2017 went into effect November 2017 succeeding formally the Statute of Foreigner Statute Law’ (Law 6.815/1980) from 1980, in outline the new legislation has established a new legal system for foreigners in Brazil, created new types and characteristics for allowable visas, extended the coverage stipulations for the temporary visa, introduced a new authorization for residence and equalized in terms of rights the status of a immigrant and national in the country.



What is the event? The 29th National Handicrafts Fair that will take place at Expominas in Belo Horizonte, from 04 to 09 December 2018, is ready to enter the official calendar of major events taking place in Brazil.


Festival JPA

What is the event? Festival do Turismo de João Pessoa, "Tourism Festival of João Pessoa", known as Festival JPA, is an event in which the objective is to gather and promote integration of the travel and tourism sector, besides of offering new products to the market. The event hosts Fair, Forum, Trainings and some events in parallel.



What is the event? The FAM - World Handicraft Fair, travels through different places presenting a sample of the diversity and artisan wealth of our country and other parts of the world.


BNT Mercosul

What is the event? BNT Mercosul is an event for the promotion of destinations, services, tourist attractions and other companies of the sector that brings together operators, travel agents, journalists and tourism professionals.


WTM Latin America

What is the event?WTM Latin America is a showcase for new developments, destinations, offers and technologies which attracts with over 600 exhibiting companies to meet and do business professionals from the travel industry.


Brazil launches privatization plan

Brazil: President Michel Temer's government launched a multibillion-dollar plan to auction off oil, power rights and infrastructure concessions, in an attempt by the new government to bolster private investment in a moribund economy.

The government will sell operating licenses for airports in the cities of Porto Alegre, Salvador, Florianopolis and Fortaleza by the first quarter of 2017. It also plans to sell rights to operate federal roads in the center-west and south regions later next year.