Portuguese Golden Visa

Launched in October 2012, with the objective of attracting foreign investment to the country, it’s now clear that 2021 will be the year where the Portuguese Golden Visa will go through its second change to date.  According to the statements made at the end of the Council of Ministers on the 22nd of December 2020, the …

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União de Facto

Couples that aren’t officially married but live together, can apply to the GV process if they meet the requirements of “in Portuguese: união de facto”. In this situation, the documents must prove at least 2 years of common living. The couple needs to prove that they are cohabiting and have a common life.To show the union, …

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Nationality Law

Anyone born in Portugal to foreign parents residing in the Portuguese territory for one year are now legally able to be Portuguese citizens. The President of the Republic has approved the new nationality law that allows the children of immigrants who have lived here for at least one year to have Portuguese nationality at birth, …

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2020 Real Estate attempt to reduce speculation and Covid-19 pandemic effects in economy

The Portuguese State budget brought in a law in January 2020 which gave the government the possibility to change the law in order to limit the concentration of main urban hubs – Lisbon and Porto – where it was felt that there were rapid increases of real estate prices due to speculation. However, on various platforms, …

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