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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by veneza(f): 2:37pm On Jun 29
justwise:


You shocked me..well not i'm not surprised. So you don't know that pregnancy falls under medical visa?

You even have the gut to call God's name? True Nigerian you are.

Firstly did Brazil government say giving birth for citizenship must be through medical visa,hell no,all i see and hear is birth tourism, worldwide is using,if Nigeria use it is now a problem.
Secondly why won't I call God,when I see good things I give him the thanks, He supports good. Has far as am not breaking the law of the God, government and am not offending humanity,tell me why I can't call God.
just wise know this today, without a law guilding any issue don't call it fraudulent.NO LAW NO SIN but if a commandment or bill is pass and you do other wise,it has become sin,illegal and fraudulent. Am just saying all this not discourage intending travellers who can afford Brazil trip,to give it a try,stay focus,obey the law and above all fear God.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by veneza(f): 3:01pm On Jun 29
last last na banned just wise go give me but before you do that know this the Brazilian government knows better, immediately a child is born, automatic citizenship,yet you want to determine the place of birth of a propose citizen,how does it sound.thank you for all your reply,even if they are off point but I know you were getting me right but as Nigerian that you are , you find it hard to accept correction. lots of love Mr. just wise,hope you allow sleeping dogs lie.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 3:46pm On Jun 29
veneza:
last last na banned just wise go give me but before you do that know this the Brazilian government knows better, immediately a child is born, automatic citizenship,yet you want to determine the place of birth of a propose citizen,how does it sound.thank you for all your reply,even if they are off point but I know you were getting me right but as Nigerian that you are , you find it hard to accept correction. lots of love Mr. just wise,hope you allow sleeping dogs lie.

Some of you are so desperately trying to convince me with your wacky views. Shout and scream till Jesus come I will make it very uncomfortable for every single one of you trying to use this section to promote all sorts dodgy ideas.

Nothing any of you say that will stop me as long as i have the time.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by veneza(f): 4:00pm On Jun 29
[quote author=justwise post=79782203]

Some of you are so desperately trying to convince me with your wacky views. Shout and scream till Jesus come I will make it very uncomfortable for every single one of you trying to use this section to promote all sorts dodgy ideas.

Nothing any of you say that will stop me as long as i have the time.[/quote

please let's not kill this thread people in Brazil keep updating this thread of latest info of visa,birth citizenship and settlement.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 7:47pm On Jun 29
A big smile on my face every morning as i look at my Brazilian baby and the fact that all my future children will be Brazilian (because I and my spouse have permanent residency). Knowing that in less than a year from now, I’m also going to hold my own Brazilian passport and can travel to every single country in Europe visa free and indeed be able to attend job interviews and work in 171+ ECOWAS countries around the world is indeed a blessing to my family.

It is my hope that many of my Nigerian brothers and sisters will have such smiles on their faces. Please feel free to ask any questions here and we will try and answer them to the best of our knowledge. The door to Brazil is wide open. My good friend is 7 months pregnant and just went for her visa last 2 weeks. She is Nigerian too and she was not asked any pregnancy test or whatsoever. Brazil is an advanced country and will most likely not ask you such test as it can be against your right as a woman.

Let’s keep the thread alive...

Peace

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by veneza(f): 8:08pm On Jun 29
Adjo10:
A big smile on my face every morning as i look at my Brazilian baby and the fact that all my future children will be Brazilian (because I and my spouse have permanent residency). Knowing that in less than a year from now, I’m also going to hold my own Brazilian passport and can travel to every single country in Europe visa free and indeed be able to attend job interviews and work in 171+ ECOWAS countries around the world is indeed a blessing to my family.

It is my hope that many of my Nigerian brothers and sisters will have such smiles on their faces. Please feel free to ask any questions here and we will try and answer them to the best of our knowledge. The door to Brazil is wide open. My good friend is 7 months pregnant and just went for her visa last 2 weeks. She is Nigerian too and she was not asked any pregnancy test or whatsoever. Brazil is an advanced country and will most likely not ask you such test as it can be against your right as a woman.

Let’s keep the thread alive...

Peace
please was it a big challenge communicating when you first arrive,also which medium of communication those their hospital use.
what is cheapest route to take after securing a visa.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 8:19pm On Jun 29
veneza:

please was it a big challenge communicating when you first arrive,also which medium of communication those their hospital use.
what is cheapest route to take after securing a visa.

Communication in English can be a little bit of a challenge but thank God we can help with a little trick from experience. The trick is simple:

Book an Airbnb Accomodation where the host or house owner speaks English. You can filter this option on the Airbnb website. Brazilians are very nice people and Airbnb hosts are even super helpful because they want good reviews. My Airbnb host was my was translator for everything. She even found me an English speaking Doctor.

After securing a visa, please pick a flight that will not pass through Europe. European countries as a transit country can sometimes be hard on Nigerians because some of our people have disappeared into Europe during their transits. Ethiopian Airline or Air Morroco should be fine. It may not be the cheapest but it’s the best to avoid any transit problems.

As I always say... the most important thing is to enter Brazil. They rest will fall in place.

Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by seunny4lif(m): 8:37pm On Jun 29
cool
You will need a working visa to work or study Visa to stay legally in any Europe countries.
Adjo10:
A big smile on my face every morning as i look at my Brazilian baby and the fact that all my future children will be Brazilian (because I and my spouse have permanent residency). Knowing that in less than a year from now, I’m also going to hold my own Brazilian passport and can travel to every single country in Europe visa free and indeed be able to attend job interviews and work in 171+ ECOWAS countries around the world is indeed a blessing to my family.

It is my hope that many of my Nigerian brothers and sisters will have such smiles on their faces. Please feel free to ask any questions here and we will try and answer them to the best of our knowledge. The door to Brazil is wide open. My good friend is 7 months pregnant and just went for her visa last 2 weeks. She is Nigerian too and she was not asked any pregnancy test or whatsoever. Brazil is an advanced country and will most likely not ask you such test as it can be against your right as a woman.

Let’s keep the thread alive...

Peace
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:44pm On Jun 29
seunny4lif:
cool
You will need a working visa to work or study Visa to stay legally in any Europe countries.

Thanks seunny4lif. You are very right. Your Brazilian passport however allows you to enter and stay in Europe and other countries without visa for mostly 6 months in a year (for tourist or business purposes which includes interviews). During this time, you can search for work and then apply for a work permit or visa depending on the country. The point i am making however is the ability to enter without visa first before changing to a work permit. NB: you are not permitted to work during your visa free stay but you are allowed to look for work and then obtain a work permit.

After you find work, some countries will ask you to go back and apply for work visa home. Some like Germany and Portugal etc will allow you to obtain a work permit without you leaving the country.

In Germany for example, Brazilian are allow to enter visa free and create their own business and obtain a self employment permit without leaving the country. In Georgia, Brazilians are allowed visa free stay 360 days in a year. 6 months per year in the UK etc.

Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:58pm On Jun 29
US visas are issued for 10 years to Brazilians and the success rate is 95% for Brazilians. Brazilians with a US visa do not require a visa to enter Canada so far as the US visa is valid. This mean for 10 years. (Of course you can only stay 6 months per year for 10 years).

Brazilians do not require visa to New Zealand, Russia, South Korea , south Africa, Isreal, Turkey and even Ireland etc etc etc. In addition to every single European Country.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by pocohantas(f): 11:09pm On Jun 29
Ugosample...
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by timcols(m): 11:31pm On Jun 29
What is so special about this Brazil passport u are praising like this.


Adjo10:
US visas are issued for 10 years to Brazilians and the success rate is 95% for Brazilians. Brazilians with a US visa do not require a visa to enter Canada so far as the US visa is valid. This mean for 10 years. (Of course you can only stay 6 months per year for 10 years).

Brazilians do not require visa to New Zealand, Russia, South Korea , south Africa, Isreal, Turkey and even Ireland etc etc etc. In addition to every single European Country.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by seunny4lif(m): 11:44pm On Jun 29
cool
I know these because I have a lot of Brazilian friends facing a lot of work permits problem but those with Europeans Parent were lucky.

Hope you know companies in the EU must take any EU citizen over any other nationality.
Even if the EU citizen can barely speak the country language.
There are many Brazilians, even USA citizen in Germany and Ireland that has good qualifications but can't get a job because another EU citizen also applied for the same job.
IT sector is the only sector non-EU has a little upper hand, if EU citizen or EU resident permit person can't fill
Adjo10:


Thanks seunny4lif. You are very right. Your Brazilian passport however allows you to enter and stay in Europe and other countries without visa for mostly 6 months in a year (for tourist or business purposes which includes interviews). During this time, you can search for work and then apply for a work permit or visa depending on the country. The point i am making however is the ability to enter without visa first before changing to a work permit. NB: you are not permitted to work during your visa free stay but you are allowed to look for work and then obtain a work permit.

After you find work, some countries will ask you to go back and apply for work visa home. Some like Germany and Portugal etc will allow you to obtain a work permit without you leaving the country.

In Germany for example, Brazilian are allow to enter visa free and create their own business and obtain a self employment permit without leaving the country. In Georgia, Brazilians are allowed visa free stay 360 days in a year. 6 months per year in the UK etc.

Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by seunny4lif(m): 11:49pm On Jun 29
Most Brazilians are running to Italy or Spain and Portugal to check their family history.
If their Grandmother or grandfather is from any of this countries, so has for them to get EU passport and not required working permit or studying permit.
Brazil passport takes you visa free on holidays, which is really nice and cool.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 12:06am On Jun 30
Thanks seunny4lif. I have learnt new things from you. Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MrBrownJay1(m): 12:24am On Jun 30
seunny4lif:
Most Brazilians are running to Italy or Spain and Portugal to check their family history.
If their Grandmother or grandfather is from any of this countries, so has for them to get EU passport and not required working permit or studying permit.
Brazil passport takes you visa free on holidays, which is really nice and cool.

Brazilians are flocking to Ireland with student visa as it is the only EU country where they can work under a student visa. their community is HUGE there.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by seunny4lif(m): 12:35am On Jun 30
MrBrownJay1:


Brazilians are flocking to Ireland with student visa as it is the only EU country where they can work under a student visa. their community is HUGE there.
Not only did Ireland allow them to work but the prices are really cheap compared to UK and USA or Canada.
The only complaint is the crazy Irish weather
You need to see them today at Pride day.
Those Brazilians will make you think Dublin is Rio or San Paulo
Those Brazilians are crazy.
I saw it in San Paulo when I visited there but those guys are something else.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MrBrownJay1(m): 1:04am On Jun 30
seunny4lif:

Not only did Ireland allow them to work but the price are really cheap compared to UK and USA or Canada.
The only complaint is the crazy Irish weather
You need to see them today at Pride day.
Those Brazilians will make you think Dublin is Rio or San Paulo
Those Brazilians are crazy.
I saw it in San Paulo when I visited there but those guys are something else.

As you said, Irish weather is no joke, but the difference between being able to work or not (as a student) makes a big difference. It also give them the possibility to travel all over Europe (with the extra money).... As for partying, that's tattooed in their DNA, especially come carnaval time. But actually, the saying is that, São Paulo has the biggest parties, Rio has the BEST parties.

You are right, the lucky ones will seek deep into their bloodline to get the needed German/Italian passport in order for them to get a Eu passport.

A few yrs ago, France and brazil signed a deal to have working holidays visas between The 2 countries, but sadly it was signed into a law but never went through. The real lucky ones are argentne who now have working holiday visas in EU and are running away from their disasterous economy to work in Europe for 2 yrs.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ifexontop(m): 1:33am On Jun 30
Adjo10:
A big smile on my face every morning as i look at my Brazilian baby and the fact that all my future children will be Brazilian (because I and my spouse have permanent residency). Knowing that in less than a year from now, I’m also going to hold my own Brazilian passport and can travel to every single country in Europe visa free and indeed be able to attend job interviews and work in 171+ ECOWAS countries around the world is indeed a blessing to my family.

It is my hope that many of my Nigerian brothers and sisters will have such smiles on their faces. Please feel free to ask any questions here and we will try and answer them to the best of our knowledge. The door to Brazil is wide open. My good friend is 7 months pregnant and just went for her visa last 2 weeks. She is Nigerian too and she was not asked any pregnancy test or whatsoever. Brazil is an advanced country and will most likely not ask you such test as it can be against your right as a woman.

Let’s keep the thread alive...

Peace
keep on the good work

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by seunny4lif(m): 1:44am On Jun 30
MrBrownJay1:


As you said, Irish weather is no joke, but the difference between being able to work or not (as a student) makes a big difference. It also give them the possibility to travel all over Europe (with the extra money).... As for partying, that's tattooed in their DNA, especially come carnaval time. But actually, the saying is that, São Paulo has the biggest parties, Rio has the BEST parties.

You are right, the lucky ones will seek deep into their bloodline to get the needed German/Italian passport in order for them to get a Eu passport.

A few yrs ago, France and brazil signed a deal to have working holidays visas between The 2 countries, but sadly it was signed into a law but never went through. The real lucky ones are argentne who now have working holiday visas in EU and are running away from their disasterous economy to work in Europe for 2 yrs.
Those Argentinians are f***k racist.
I don't like them, i will choose a snake ahead of them.
One of the Brazilian in my company just got his Italian passport and I was the one who adviced him to move to Italia when the paper works was really stressful and he wanted to give up.
They spend at least 4000€ for paper works to prove their grandmother or grandfather is Italian.
But those that their parent have the passport get it without stress, just €200.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 6:18am On Jun 30
Ifexontop:
keep on the good work

Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ugosample(m): 12:10pm On Jun 30
pocohantas:
Ugosample...
Poco wassup cheesy
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by pocohantas(f): 12:22pm On Jun 30
Ugosample:


Poco wassup cheesy

I saw you viewing, I gave a shoutout. cheesy

Happy Sunday.

You want to go Brazil too?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ugosample(m): 12:24pm On Jun 30
pocohantas:


I saw you viewing, I gave a shoutout. cheesy

Happy Sunday.

You want to go Brazil too?
no o

I just dey observe ni

I'm happy where I'm based currently; and even tho I Know I will still move elsewhere eventually, CIV has been good to me
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by aakaay: 4:35pm On Jul 02
hi, Hi Adjo

I was looking for a thread on birthing in brazil and i am grateful to you for having started it. I had my first child in the US and i got pregnant early in the year, so i started researching on other countries that i could have as options for childbrith since the US was becoming stricter and i made a brazilian my first alternative choice.

Right now i am ready to begin my application, though i wish i knew better i would have applied a while back when my stomach wasnt showing yet.
Here are my questions:
Please can you elaborate on your 7months pregnant friend's experience, expecially regarding the fact that the pregnancy is already showing, was she called for an interview, is being invited for an interview a standard practive?
I have read you say apply for tourism and stick to the story of going for tourism, just to confirm.
I intend to stay back after the baby and apply for PR and ultimately citizenship, I intended to make the trip with my hubby, do u advise i apply for my son or do i wait and apply for him after i settle in with my new baby?
How long does it take to get the visa after application?
Some websites i have checked keep saying you need an ivitation from someone who resides in brazil, is this necessary?
whats the official website for application?

Looking forward to your response.

Thanks.
Adjo10:
A big smile on my face every morning as i look at my Brazilian baby and the fact that all my future children will be Brazilian (because I and my spouse have permanent residency). Knowing that in less than a year from now, I’m also going to hold my own Brazilian passport and can travel to every single country in Europe visa free and indeed be able to attend job interviews and work in 171+ ECOWAS countries around the world is indeed a blessing to my family.

It is my hope that many of my Nigerian brothers and sisters will have such smiles on their faces. Please feel free to ask any questions here and we will try and answer them to the best of our knowledge. The door to Brazil is wide open. My good friend is 7 months pregnant and just went for her visa last 2 weeks. She is Nigerian too and she was not asked any pregnancy test or whatsoever. Brazil is an advanced country and will most likely not ask you such test as it can be against your right as a woman.

Let’s keep the thread alive...

Peace
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MrBrownJay1(m): 9:35pm On Jul 02
seunny4lif:

Those Argentinians are f***k racist.
I don't like them, i will choose a snake ahead of them.
One of the Brazilian in my company just got his Italian passport and I was the one who adviced him to move to Italia when the paper works was really stressful and he wanted to give up.
They spend at least 4000€ for paper works to prove their grandmother or grandfather is Italian.
But those that their parent have the passport get it without stress, just €200.

Argentines, racists?! Hhmm never had any bad racist experiences while living in Buenos Aires.... None whatsoever in +4yrs (in the contrary, I was seen as something exotic). although they love to insult people as "negros de mierda", such insult is meant for people such as Bolivians/Peruvians and poor Latinos who live in local ghettos.

Btw you do know that many of these Italians/Germans who emigrated to South America after the war, have a link to nazis running away from Europe, right? Anyway, that's another topic on its own.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 9:34am On Jul 03
aakaay:
hi, Hi Adjo

I was looking for a thread on birthing in brazil and i am grateful to you for having started it. I had my first child in the US and i got pregnant early in the year, so i started researching on other countries that i could have as options for childbrith since the US was becoming stricter and i made a brazilian my first alternative choice.

Right now i am ready to begin my application, though i wish i knew better i would have applied a while back when my stomach wasnt showing yet.
Here are my questions:
Please can you elaborate on your 7months pregnant friend's experience, expecially regarding the fact that the pregnancy is already showing, was she called for an interview, is being invited for an interview a standard practive?
I have read you say apply for tourism and stick to the story of going for tourism, just to confirm.
I intend to stay back after the baby and apply for PR and ultimately citizenship, I intended to make the trip with my hubby, do u advise i apply for my son or do i wait and apply for him after i settle in with my new baby?
How long does it take to get the visa after application?
Some websites i have checked keep saying you need an ivitation from someone who resides in brazil, is this necessary?
whats the official website for application?

Looking forward to your response.

Thanks.

Hey aakaay,

Thank you. I did not start the thread but became active after i successfully gave birth and wanted to provide my own first hand knowledge of the process. Congrats on your first child in the US. You already have a good background for your next journey.

When it comes to visa, i prefer to direct everyone to the official embassy website. This is because every visa application is different therefore my situation may be different from yours. I prefer to share experiences related to post-visa processes. Kindly find below the official website of the embassy. All infos are there. I read it myself and think you will get answers to all visa related questions.

http://lagos.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/visitor_(for_tourism,_business_and_other_situations).xml

Just a general view and please remember this was my situation and may differ from yours.

1. I or my friend were never required to submit an invitation letter from someone in Brazil and this is clearly stated on the official website. You are required to submit either an invitation letter or a hotel booking. We both used the hotel booking option. (This does not mean you have to do same). I have a lot of tourist visas in my passport therefore booking a hotel as a tourist is considered normal for me.

2. I and my friend were never asked to show up at the embassy. The embassy has the option of sending in your documents by mail or in person. The embassy's website however states that they reserve the right to ask you to show in person.

3. About applying for a tourist visa to give birth unfortunately i cannot comment on that. Please used your own discretion and judgement.

4. About applying for you son. I don't understand the question? which application? visa, permanent residency or citizenship for your Son? I will assume you mean visa. If your son is American then he does not need a visa to stay in Brazil for 90 days. This visa exemption took effect on June 17 this year.

Please fill free to come back with more questions or clarifications.

Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by aakaay: 2:25pm On Jul 03
Adjo10:


Hey aakaay,

Thank you. I did not start the thread but became active after i successfully gave birth and wanted to provide my own first hand knowledge of the process. Congrats on your first child in the US. You already have a good background for your next journey.

When it comes to visa, i prefer to direct everyone to the official embassy website. This is because every visa application is different therefore my situation may be different from yours. I prefer to share experiences related to post-visa processes. Kindly find below the official website of the embassy. All infos are there. I read it myself and think you will get answers to all visa related questions.

http://lagos.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/visitor_(for_tourism,_business_and_other_situations).xml

Just a general view and please remember this was my situation and may differ from yours.

1. I or my friend were never required to submit an invitation letter from someone in Brazil and this is clearly stated on the official website. You are required to submit either an invitation letter or a hotel booking. We both used the hotel booking option. (This does not mean you have to do same). I have a lot of tourist visas in my passport therefore booking a hotel as a tourist is considered normal for me.

2. I and my friend were never asked to show up at the embassy. The embassy has the option of sending in your documents by mail or in person. The embassy's website however states that they reserve the right to ask you to show in person.

3. About applying for a tourist visa to give birth unfortunately i cannot comment on that. Please used your own discretion and judgement.

4. About applying for you son. I don't understand the question? which application? visa, permanent residency or citizenship for your Son? I will assume you mean visa. If your son is American then he does not need a visa to stay in Brazil for 90 days. This visa exemption took effect on June 17 this year.

Please fill free to come back with more questions or clarifications.

Cheers
Hi, Adjo

Thanks for your response. How long did you and your friend apply to stay? did your friend submit in person or via courier, and if via courier how do you make payment for the visa fees?

Please i sent you an email on a personal question.

Cheers.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 8:12pm On Jul 03
aakaay:
Hi, Adjo

Thanks for your response. How long did you and your friend apply to stay? did your friend submit in person or via courier, and if via courier how do you make payment for the visa fees?

Please i sent you an email on a personal question.

Cheers.

Hello aakaay,

The number of days you apply for depends on the money in your bank account. (I do not know how much they require per day but you can look for the Schengen daily rate as a guideline). The important thing however is that the Visa is usually issued for a 90 day stay no matter the number of days you ask. I will say in extremely rare cases you will be given the exact number of days you ask for.

The answer to the question about payment of visa application fee and the mode of application is clearly stated in the link i sent earlier.

Cheers
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by peppo4live: 6:04pm On Jul 06
After uploading international passport, signature and photograph while filing the online form...
Please, is it a must to upload all the required documents.

Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by folmus: 8:06pm On Jul 06
peppo4live:
After uploading international passport, signature and photograph while filing the online form...
Please, is it a must to upload all the required documents.

Thanks

Take everything to the embassy for submission after uploading the items mentioned on the website.

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