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.
The Brazilian Economic Citizenship Program
Brazil is the fifth largest country and eighth largest economy in the world! Fifth place in the sustainable growth index, according to the UN It is the world's third largest food exporter. Democratic country with freedom and political stability. Low unemployment registered at 5.3%. International mobility +146 visa-free countries . Peaceful and multi-racial country which respects immigrants and their beliefs. Active encouragement and incentives for foreign investment, you can own 100% of land and property
Similar to the US Green Card, the Investor Visa brings you many benefits:
an Investment of
$ 150,000 USD
Investment can take any form (includes buying a piece of land or property)
No residency requirements (include all your dependents)
Citizenship & Passport
146+ VISA free countries
(for future dependents)
Can be done 100% remotely
You only need to visit once to pick up your residency card!
(Investor visa can be done remotely)
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.
From your end, we will need just a few documents like Passport (valid for +6 months), Certificate of Good Conduct and Curriculum Vitae. Basically, there is 3 main steps:
Form filing, Legal Structuring, and opening your bank account
You fill the required forms, we incorporate a legal entity for you and we open you a bank account in Brazil
Transfer the Investment to your Brazilian Bank Account
Sending the investment money to your account in Brazil
We'll open you an exchange account for your legal entity in Brazil, registering you and your investment at Brazil's central bank as foreign direct investment.
Applying for Investor Visa & Permanent Residency
Obtaining the Investor Visa & Permanent Resident Card
After you transfer the funds, you will then be able to submit your application to Brazil's ministry of labour. Once you get the approval you can obtain your investor visa at any Brazilian Consulate and subsequently get your RNE(Permanent Residency) on your first visit to Brazil.