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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by dreaonit: 8:39pm On Jul 06
Can anyone share the online form link on here
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by peppo4live: 11:33pm On Jul 06
folmus:


Take everything to the embassy for submission after uploading the items mentioned on the website.
Okay.. Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Toksvik: 1:55pm On Jul 11
What happening on this group o, no update on birthing visa to brazil or experience ni?

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by redcurry(f): 11:11am On Jul 12
This thread is too beautiful and detailed to die plssss.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Osumare2013: 11:59pm On Jul 15
Please, for someone heading to Ecuador, and planning to pass through Brazil, is a Brazilian transit visa required?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MrBrownJay1(m): 12:08am On Jul 16
Osumare2013:
Please, for someone heading to Ecuador, and planning to pass through Brazil, is a Brazilian transit visa required?

If airport transit (aka not going through immigration and onward flight is from same apt/international terminal) then you DONT need a transit visa. You therefore only need a flight connection within 24hs of landing at Brazil apt.

If you onward flight is from another apt or from the national side of the apt (aka you need to go through immigration), then you will need a tourist/transit visa.

If you plan to go to Ecuador by road (from Brazil) then you need a tourist visa
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Osumare2013: 12:24am On Jul 16
MrBrownJay1:


If airport transit (aka not going through immigration and onward flight is from same apt/international terminal) then you DONT need a transit visa. You therefore only need a flight connection within 24hs of landing at Brazil apt.

If you onward flight is from another apt or from the national side of the apt (aka you need to go through immigration), then you will need a tourist/transit visa.

If you plan to go to Ecuador by road (from Brazil) then you need a tourist visa
And how can I know if the onward flight is from another apt? By asking the airline, right?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MrBrownJay1(m): 12:55am On Jul 16
Osumare2013:

And how can I know if the onward flight is from another apt? By asking the airline, right?

It should be written on the flight details, tickets ... Apt code should be the same and terminal too... Or ask your travel agent for the travel details.

Rio has 2 apt GIG/SDU, São Paulo has 3 apt GRU/CGH so be careful...
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Osumare2013: 9:48am On Jul 16
MrBrownJay1:


It should be written on the flight details, tickets ... Apt code should be the same and terminal too... Or ask your travel agent for the travel details.

Rio has 2 apt GIG/SDU, São Paulo has 3 apt GRU/CGH so be careful...
Thanks boss. I really appreciate.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 11:36am On Jul 18
Please which airline can carry someone who's pregnancy is close to 9months to Brazil?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 11:41am On Jul 18
Oluwo1:
Please which airline can carry someone who's pregnancy is close to 9months to Brazil?
I checked online it says 36weeks but when I called Ethopia airline they said 28 weeks.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 8:02pm On Jul 19
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 fr

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

Hello, please which hospital did you use IN sao Paulo ? Have been trying to contact alot of them via email but no response and when I call most of the receptionist dont speak English.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 9:01am
Oluwo1:


Hello, please which hospital did you use IN sao Paulo ? Have been trying to contact alot of them via email but no response and when I call most of the receptionist dont speak English.


Hello Oluwo1. São Paulo is soooooooo big and vast that the hospital you want to give birth in will depend on the area in which you find yourself. São Paulo has the longest vehicle traffic in the world and it can take time to get from one place to the other. I personally don’t recommend São Paulo. Please read my previous posts on suggested locations to give birth. If São Paulo is however your vibe then any private hospital will be fine. Prices ranges from high, medium to low. There is something for everyone. On the high side you have hospitals like Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital with Hospital e Maternidade São Luiz being in the medium range and the rest in-between.

You are not going to get much response and help by writing them an email or calling them from Nigeria. In fact, you are exposing yourself before even landing in Brazil. Brazil is different. You need to enter Brazil first and visit the hospital yourself to negotiate things. Most private hospitals if not all have birth packages. They will only discuss with you if you visit them in person.

Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Fallawx(m): 10:44am
@Adjo10 keep up the good work . I am back the banned is over . Let keep the thread rolling .

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 11:00am
Adjo10:


Hello Oluwo1. São Paulo is soooooooo big and vast that the hospital you want to give birth in will depend on the area in which you find yourself. São Paulo has the longest vehicle traffic in the world and it can take time to get from one place to the other. I personally don’t recommend São Paulo. Please read my previous posts on suggested locations to give birth. If São Paulo is however your vibe then any private hospital will be fine. Prices ranges from high, medium to low. There is something for everyone. On the high side you have hospitals like Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital with Hospital e Maternidade São Luiz being in the medium range and the rest in-between.

You are not going to get much response and help by writing them an email or calling them from Nigeria. In fact, you are exposing yourself before even landing in Brazil. Brazil is different. You need to enter Brazil first and visit the hospital yourself to negotiate things. Most private hospitals if not all have birth packages. They will only discuss with you if you visit them in person.

Cheers

Thank you very much for your reply, been refreshing for days. Thank you taking your time to help with this. I'll also like to know how someone can get a nanny to help. I have contacted the Einstein hospital few days ago because they have an international desk but since you think it's better to walk in, I was just trying to book an appointment to prove at the point of entry that we are not coming in for their free health care yet since my woman is heavily pregnant.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 11:21am
Fallawx:
@Adjo10 keep up the good work . I am back the banned is over . Let keep the thread rolling .

Thanks Fallawx
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 11:54am
Why was my reply deleted please?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 11:55am
Justwise?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 11:55am
Adjo10:
Why was my reply deleted please?

I already got the message.. thank you for the information. Was trying to quote it and couldnt find it. Thank you so much for the information, please dont let them frustrate you from helping us.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 12:00pm
There have been many attempts to kill this page but that is a big lie. This page will not die. Don’t try to sit on your brother’s success just because you are not happy lol. Get a life....
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 12:02pm
Adjo10:


Obviously you don’t understand what the word “fraudulent” means and you are fraudulently abusing a word you have no idea about. Educate yourself my fraudulent friend lol grin

Adjo10:


Nice one Oluwo1. The secret is to get an Airbnb host that speaks english. You can easily do this by filtering “English hosts” on the Airbnb website or app. Your host will help answer most of your questions and even help you find a Nany. Brazilians are very nice and helpful in general. Airbnb hosts are even super nice.

Even though there is generally nothing wrong with giving birth in Brazil, i will highly suggest you wear clothing to cover the pregnancy. Brazilian airports have special rolls for pregnant women and old people. Do not join that roll. Join the regular one. Preferably travel with your partner and let him distract immigration by taking care of the immigration procedures at the airport for you. I have never heard of someone being refused entry because of pregnancy but you don’t also want to go around the airport advertising it.

I am sure you will do just fine. Keep the end goal in mind and you will sit down one day with a big smile on your face every time you look at your child.

All the best.

Next time you use this thread to coach people on how to cheat their way into Brazil your ID will be suspended.

Whether you or your supporters like it or not this is fraudulent way of doing things and it has to stop.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 12:04pm
Adjo10:
There have been many attempts to kill this page but that is a big lie. This page will not die. Don’t try to sit on your brother’s success just because you are not happy lol. Get a life....

What will kill this thread is exactly what you are doing but it will not work because i will make sure you don't succeed in doing that
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 12:04pm
justwise:




Next time you use this thread to coach people on how to cheat their way into Brazil your ID will be suspended.

Whether you or your supporters like it or not this is fraudulent way of doing things and it has to stop.


I think you need to take an English class lol. I first of all specified that it is not illegal to give birth in Brazil before proceeding with my suggestion.

There are free online English classes bro lol
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 12:07pm
Oluwo1:


I already got the message.. thank you for the information. Was trying to quote it and couldnt find it. Thank you so much for the information, please dont let them frustrate you from helping us.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you

I feel sorry for people like you, you will face the consequences of these crooked ways of doing things.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 12:09pm
Adjo10:


I think you need to take an English class lol. I first of all specified that it is not illegal to give birth in Brazil before proceeding with my suggestion.

There are free online English classes bro lol

Since you knew that then why are you encouraging him to hide the pregnancy and distract the immigration?

I wouldn't encourage you to take English language class because you wouldn't learn anything.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 12:11pm
Because it is not illegal to give birth in Brazil, deciding to hide the pregnancy or not is a matter of choice and not an illegality in itself. smiley
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 12:11pm
justwise:


I feel sorry for people like you, you will face the consequences of these crooked ways of doing things.

Ok thank you for your advice
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 12:13pm
Adjo10:
Because it is not illegal to give birth in Brazil, deciding to hide the pregnancy or not is a matter of choice and not an illegality in itself. smiley


Honestly you have no conscience, this is exactly why Nigeria is screwed up.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Oluwo1: 12:14pm
Adjo10:
There have been many attempts to kill this page but that is a big lie. This page will not die. Don’t try to sit on your brother’s success just because you are not happy lol. Get a life....

Please I sent a request to be able to private message you on here

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