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Giving Birth In Brazil by awash: 2:07pm On Sep 18, 2015
Good morning all,
Pls I need advice on giving birth in brazil. What is the cost, suggested hospitals, and how long it takes to get the child's birth certificate and passport after delivery.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by menix(m): 2:21pm On Sep 18, 2015
Hmmm.. u want ur kid to b a world class footballer abii..

Good move sha..

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by jammyunn(m): 9:24am On Sep 19, 2015
menix:
Hmmm.. u want ur kid to b a world class footballer abii..

Good move sha..
lol...he may not thinking about that. But I know their law grants permanent residence to a father or mother of any child born in Brazil. And in as little as 2years, citizenship is granted. That could be his aim. Brazil is the only country if I'm not mistaken that does that. They don't care about your status in the country. And brazilian passport enters all western nation visa free except US and Canada

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by tpiander: 2:14am On Sep 20, 2015
awash:
Good morning all,
Pls I need advice on giving birth in brazil. What is the cost, suggested hospitals, and how long it takes to get the child's birth certificate and passport after delivery.

any particular reason why you want to give birth in Brazil?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by tpiander: 2:15am On Sep 20, 2015
jammyunn:
lol...he may not thinking about that. But I know their law grants permanent residence to a father or mother of any child born in Brazil. And in as little as 2years, citizenship is granted. That could be his aim. Brazil is the only country if I'm not mistaken that does that. They don't care about your status in the country. And brazilian passport enters all western nation visa free except US and Canada


Brazilians dont seem to be rushing other countries though.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by awash: 10:46am On Sep 22, 2015
Hello all,
I'll be going for my PHD and have to go with my family and by wife is pregnant. need to know the cost or are there Nigerians in Brazil? Nigerians in the house who live in Brazil please make yourselves known.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 1:11am On Sep 24, 2015
jammyunn:
lol...he may not thinking about that. But I know their law grants permanent residence to a father or mother of any child born in Brazil. And in as little as 2years, citizenship is granted. That could be his aim. Brazil is the only country if I'm not mistaken that does that. They don't care about your status in the country. And brazilian passport enters all western nation visa free except US and Canada

yes you are right, a child born in Brasil get automatic citizenship (and permanent visa for his/her foreigner parents) whether on a tourist visa or illegal in the country. the only real problem would be TIME, because bureaucracy here is very very slow!

awash:
Good morning all,
Pls I need advice on giving birth in brazil. What is the cost, suggested hospitals, and how long it takes to get the child's birth certificate and passport after delivery.

A) you 1st need to decide what city in Brasil you intend to go to

B) birth price will depend on which hospital you choose... the better the hospital/service, the higher the price.... it ranges from €1.5K to €5K. you could even have the baby on a pubic hospital but i certainly wouldnt recommand it as some have been turned down in the past because they were not Brazilian resident

C) for the birth certificate, if you have all the necessary documentation: the birth documentation from the hospital, passport of parents, a CPF, a proof of address in Brasil and 2 witnesses then you just need to head to a "cartorio" and have the birth certificate issued to you. it will take 1 hr at best, so long as it is not busy at the time.

D) for the child's passport, i suggest you expect no less than 2 months as bureaucracy in Brasil is a drag!

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 2:27pm On Sep 25, 2015
@CJPOUNDS

Share info here openly like everyone else
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by CJPOUNDS: 2:47pm On Sep 25, 2015
@ Justwise

Bros, sharing it here in a problem but the problem is how he will succeed.

Portuguese is the spoken language there and if you don't know anyone there you won't not find it easy at all.

I recommend that people look to that destination for child bearing for so many reasons.

Giving birth using the public hospital is the best as you would not spend any kobo.

With the birth certificate, documents likes CPF for the child is instant. And National Id, called RG takes a week as well as the passport but they are obtained in different departments.

The parents Documents takes less than two months but definitely you need a help of a professional to help you out to avoid delays.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 2:54pm On Sep 25, 2015
CJPOUNDS:
@ Justwise

Bros, sharing it here in a problem but the problem is how he will succeed.

Portuguese is the spoken language there and if you don't know anyone there you won't not find it easy at all.

I recommend that people look to that destination for child bearing for so many reasons.

Giving birth using the public hospital is the best as you would not spend any kobo.

With the birth certificate, documents likes CPF for the child is instant. And National Id, called RG takes a week as well as the passport but they are obtained in different departments.

The parents Documents takes less than two months but definitely you need a help of a professional to help you out to avoid delays.


..and your next step now is to recommend that 'professional' who will help right?

Did you see how MRBrownJ answered that question without dropping his contact details for 'professional' help?

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by awash: 12:24pm On Sep 28, 2015
@ MRBrown
I'll be going to PUC-Sao paulo next year but i don't mind taking her to any close city with low cost and good hospital service. Thanks


MRBrownJ:


yes you are right, a child born in Brasil get automatic citizenship (and permanent visa for his/her foreigner parents) whether on a tourist visa or illegal in the country. the only real problem would be TIME, because bureaucracy here is very very slow!



A) you 1st need to decide what city in Brasil you intend to go to

B) birth price will depend on which hospital you choose... the better the hospital/service, the higher the price.... it ranges from €1.5K to €5K. you could even have the baby on a pubic hospital but i certainly wouldnt recommand it as some have been turned down in the past because they were not Brazilian resident

C) for the birth certificate, if you have all the necessary documentation: the birth documentation from the hospital, passport of parents, a CPF, a proof of address in Brasil and 2 witnesses then you just need to head to a "cartorio" and have the birth certificate issued to you. it will take 1 hr at best, so long as it is not busy at the time.

D) for the child's passport, i suggest you expect no less than 2 months as bureaucracy in Brasil is a drag!
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 12:52pm On Sep 28, 2015
awash:
@ MRBrown
I'll be going to PUC-Sao paulo next year but i don't mind taking her to any close city with low cost and good hospital service. Thanks

SP is the biggest city in Brasil so you will have services ranging from all extremes. no worries there!
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Henix(m): 1:10pm On Sep 28, 2015
awash:
@ MRBrown
I'll be going to PUC-Sao paulo next year but i don't mind taking her to any close city with low cost and good hospital service. Thanks


Endeavour to share your experience when the time reaches, so that others who cant make it to US or Canada can equally learn, just like it's been done in US child birth thread. Wishing u and ur wife all the best

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by tpiander: 2:21pm On Sep 28, 2015
Do people really want to go to Brazil just to give birth there?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by xreal: 8:56pm On Sep 28, 2015
jammyunn:
lol...he may not thinking about that. But I know their law grants permanent residence to a father or mother of any child born in Brazil. And in as little as 2years, citizenship is granted. That could be his aim. Brazil is the only country if I'm not mistaken that does that. They don't care about your status in the country. And brazilian passport enters all western nation visa free except US and Canada

I never knew this before now.

May God bless you for this info.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by jammyunn(m): 9:00pm On Sep 28, 2015
xreal:

I never knew this before now.
May God bless you for this info.
welcome
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by futurerex: 9:13pm On Sep 28, 2015
@MRBrownJ, I would love to start a beauty & clothing businesses there in Brazil importing to Nig. & other African countries. How do I go about it? Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 9:52pm On Sep 28, 2015
futurerex:
@MRBrownJ, I would love to start a beauty & clothing businesses there in Brazil importing to Nig. & other African countries. How do I go about it? Thanks

1) get in Brasil
2) decide what type of company you want to open
3) find an accountant that will work with you and your future company (beware many are plain clueless when it comes to international export)
4) have all the right paperwork so that your accountant will set up and open the company
5) wait for the CNPJ so that the company can legally do business in Brasil
6) find the right suppliers
7) find the right exporting route/cargo

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by futurerex: 7:30am On Sep 29, 2015
MRBrownJ:


1) get in Brasil
2) decide what type of company you want to open
3) find an accountant that will work with you and your future company (beware many are plain clueless when it comes to international export)
4) have all the right paperwork so that your accountant will set up and open the company
5) wait for the CNPJ so that the company can legally do business in Brasil
6) find the right suppliers
7) find the right exporting route/cargo

Thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sheguru(f): 8:21am On Dec 03, 2015
So please how can the visa acquisition process be explained in detail @MrBrownJ.

Brazil embassy nigeria doesn't have a website for one to gather proper information and DIY.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 11:38am On Dec 03, 2015
sheguru:
So please how can the visa acquisition process be explained in detail @MrBrownJ.

Brazil embassy nigeria doesn't have a website for one to gather proper information and DIY.

you would have to speak Portuguese and go to the gov sites for that.... but even the information you will find there is not accurate. as much as there is a law about the issue, it will all depend on the immigration officer or attendant at the cartorio, because everyone have their own definition of the law.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sheguru(f): 1:35pm On Dec 03, 2015
MRBrownJ:


you would have to speak Portuguese and go to the gov sites for that.... but even the information you will find there is not accurate. as much as there is a law about the issue, it will all depend on the immigration officer or attendant at the cartorio, because everyone have their own definition of the law.

Wooww, ohhkk so its back to seeking out a reliable cost effective agent then.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 2:32pm On Dec 03, 2015
sheguru:

Wooww, ohhkk so its back to seeking out a reliable cost effective agent then.

nah no need to pay any agent etc, you can/should do all by yourself since you need to physically be there anyway. here is english speaking blog from a lady who explains all the procedure from beginning to finish (part 1 to cool.

http://www.liveinbrazil.org/the-giving-birth-in-brazil-series-a-z-on-having-a-baby-in-brazil/
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sheguru(f): 5:13pm On Dec 03, 2015
MRBrownJ:


nah no need to pay any agent etc, you can/should do all by yourself since you need to physically be there anyway. here is english speaking blog from a lady who explains all the procedure from beginning to finish (part 1 to cool.

http://www.liveinbrazil.org/the-giving-birth-in-brazil-series-a-z-on-having-a-baby-in-brazil/

MrBrownj, thanks soo much for being such a gentleman. Let me thoroughly divulge the info therein.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sheguru(f): 5:20pm On Dec 03, 2015
Am conversant with the site, I had clicked on it before I found out its Kevin Porter's site. He's a man, an american who relocated to Brazil with his whole family and his wife gave birth there. I have lots of email communication with him personally and might use his help but that is when I enter Brazil. What am looking for is a Nigerian who have gotten the Brazil visa from Nigeria and has gone to brazil so the person can give me details on visa application and point of entry stories like they do in the U.S thread.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 6:12pm On Dec 03, 2015
sheguru:
Am conversant with the site, I had clicked on it before I found out its Kevin Porter's site. He's a man, an american who relocated to Brazil with his whole family and his wife gave birth there. I have lots of email communication with him personally and might use his help but that is when I enter Brazil. What am looking for is a Nigerian who have gotten the Brazil visa from Nigeria and has gone to brazil so the person can give me details on visa application and point of entry stories like they do in the U.S thread.

ok i understand now, and unfortunately i cannot help you with that part.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by ugsams(m): 12:15am On Apr 02, 2016
sheguru:
Am conversant with the site, I had clicked on it before I found out its Kevin Porter's site. He's a man, an american who relocated to Brazil with his whole family and his wife gave birth there. I have lots of email communication with him personally and might use his help but that is when I enter Brazil. What am looking for is a Nigerian who have gotten the Brazil visa from Nigeria and has gone to brazil so the person can give me details on visa application and point of entry stories like they do in the U.S thread.

Did you finally made the move?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by ugsams(m): 12:16am On Apr 02, 2016
awash:
@ MRBrown
I'll be going to PUC-Sao paulo next year but i don't mind taking her to any close city with low cost and good hospital service. Thanks



are you in Sao Paulo now?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by tpiah01: 1:38am On Apr 02, 2016
what are the advantages of giving birth in Brazil?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MRBrownJ: 5:43pm On Apr 02, 2016
tpiah01:
what are the advantages of giving birth in Brazil?

a Brazilian passport grants visa free access to most European countries and US , so i would understand why many wish their kids (and subsequently them) to have such passport
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sheguru(f): 6:54am On Apr 03, 2016
ugsams:


Did you finally made the move?




No, Fake Visas are soo rampant and the agents are quoting 450k- 600k per person for the visa. The main thing is how sure are my that it will be the REAL thing!! You will need to go to their embassy personally to make enquiries and then apply, that's when you can be SURE...
For now, am checking out other options.

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