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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ajokeomo: 12:00pm On Aug 14
Lol. Thank you, maybe I’ll explore after the baby comes.

MrBrownJay1:


In Brasil, nobody speaks English (just rich people or the younger educated generation).... thats a sad reality that you have to get use to, and therefore you need to start learning some portuguese, it will make things MUCH easier for you (especially if you want to meet the"real" locals.Use apps like Duolingo to start from home and then practice in the streets

As much as crime is high in Río, don't expect anything less in São Paulo, I even felt the crime rate was higher there. Floripa is the only place (out of these 3 cities) that would have less crime.... but then again there is crime everywhere in the world, and what you need to do is be careful... and use common sense, don't bring out your fancy IPhone xs acting like a tourist, don't wear fancy jewellery, etc, and you will be ok.

Go to a favela called ROCINHA or VIDIGAL and do a tour there (I forgot the name of the gringo who actually does a fantastic visit to educate people on favela lifestyle) and you will have a great insight of how the majority of Brazilians live. Vidigal is next to the most expensive neighborhood in all brasil....aka Leblon, and right in the middle of Leblon there is a favela there too (that's brasil for you, you are never too far away from the poorest of the city). Favelas are everywhere in Brasil, because this is just a way of Brazilian life. Anybody on a budget should consider them. To give you an idea....min studio apt in fancy area of Rio will cost you 1.5k reais, in a not so fancy area away from zona sul...1k reais, whie a 1 bedroom apt in a favela in zona sul with amazing views overlooking the sea, 600reais.

Many people would tell you to stay away from the favelas but I would say, discover them, get to understand them, go there and see how amazing some of them can be.. It's way cheaper to live there and, as much as there may be issues (like anywhere in brasil), at least you know you will never get robbed while living in a favela (people don't shiit where they eat)

Also, another great area of Rio is Barra de Tijuca aka the Miami of Rio, with its 11km long amazing beach that easily rival Ipanema and Copacabana (and less crowded too).the area is very nice, you don't feel that you are in Río, as this is the new chic area of the city. Cheaper than Leblon/Ipanema/Copacabana and a choice destination for the nouveau rich..... I also hope you got to venture outside Río and had a quick trip to Ilha Grande and/or Buzios (St tropez of Brasil).....About 3 hrs out the city east or west. Rio is great but there is so many places to see outside the city too. Go discover them if you have time. You won't regret it.

Sorry, I am very biased, and just love Rio like that.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ajokeomo: 12:03pm On Aug 14
peppo4live:
@Ajokeomo
Congratulations to you...
Please does your application processing take up to 21 working days before getting your visa?
Thanks

Yes, approximately 3 weeks but it takes longer for some people.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ajokeomo: 12:05pm On Aug 14
Thank you. I don’t know if it’s okay to do that here so it doesn’t look like an advert. You can send a PM and I’ll respond.


LMay:
Congratulations! Glad you made it there.

Can you kindly share the contact details of the tour company that did your application? And cost implication if you don't mind. I'll like to apply as well.

Anticipating your response.

Thanks in advance.


Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by peppo4live: 1:14pm On Aug 14
Ajokeomo:


Yes, approximately 3 weeks but it takes longer for some people.
Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Shallypop(f): 2:45pm On Aug 14
Adjo10:
Children under the age of 10 of Brazilian Permanent Residents

There was once a post here about your exiting children status once you give birth in Brazil. I challenged the poster but I was completely wrong and would like to apologize.

It is true and the law has not changed. When you give birth in Brazil, all your existing children under the age of 10 get provisional Brazilian citizenship. They have to confirm at the age of 18 that they still want to be Brazilians. They can however have a Brazilian passport and travel just like any Brazilian. They only difference is that they just confirm at the age of 18 if they still want to be Brazilian or not.

I am very sorry for the initial confusion. Please forgive me.

Cheers
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, ifyalways.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by NONNYG: 3:21pm On Aug 14
Ajokeomo:
Thank you. I don’t know if it’s okay to do that here so it doesn’t look like an advert. You can send a PM and I’ll respond.


expect thousands of mailsgrin
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by NONNYG: 3:23pm On Aug 14
Shallypop:
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, Ifyalways.
mention her moniker

I thought DNA test would be conducted or is he's gonna adopt the child?

Nigerians Shaa
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 3:36pm On Aug 14
Shallypop:
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, Ifyalways.

Go ahead and call the individual out
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 3:55pm On Aug 14
Shallypop:
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, Ifyalways.
Chai, this is so wrong and fraudulent by the lady, nawao, mention the person, no need to hide it, this should be condemned by all, very soon, just very soon, Nigerians might not be able to get the Brazilian visa again, the door will be slammed on Nigerians just the way Canada and US has tightened up visa issuance to Nigerians, haba, shocked
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Shallypop(f): 4:09pm On Aug 14
NONNYG:
mention her moniker

I thought DNA test would be conducted or is he's gonna adopt the child?

Nigerians Shaa
They don't conduct DNA. I will mention her name in due course. I know she will probably use another handle to attack me. I'm patiently waiting. Her desperation was obvious on this thread dat someone even noticed it suggesting she should go give birth in Mexico since she's determined not to have a Nigerian baby. Someone also called her out when she was bombarding me with questions in d earlier pages of this thread.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by peppo4live: 4:54pm On Aug 14
Desperation of the highest order... See what a woman is pushing her husband into... Just because of citizenship. Naija, I hail thee
Shallypop:
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, Ifyalways.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 4:59pm On Aug 14
Beautyaddy:


Lol!...I see you're bent on making sure that none of your kids are born on Nigeria soil by all means.

You might also want to try Mexico too if in case Brazil is not forth coming.
Lol, from the response of Beautyaddy to this post, the clue might not be far, fingers crossed wink
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 5:00pm On Aug 14
Shallypop:
They don't conduct DNA. I will mention her name in due course. I know she will probably use another handle to attack me. I'm patiently waiting. Her desperation was obvious on this thread dat someone even noticed it suggesting she should go give birth in Mexico since she's determined not to have a Nigerian baby. Someone also called her out when she was bombarding me with questions in d earlier pages of this thread.
grin
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 5:01pm On Aug 14
Nonkala:
Adjo10,

Thanks for the info so far, USA and Canada just refused after having 2 births in USA..
What are my chances of getting Brazil since my tummy is really shooting out. Am already 32 wks gone.should I stl not make my intentions of birthing known.

Can someone send the Visa application process from Nigeria..and how long does it take to get d visa after submission

Thanks.
wink

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 5:05pm On Aug 14
Shallypop:
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, Ifyalways.

Thanks Shallypop. I really hope we don’t abuse the Brazilian system. Such acts is against the Brazilian law and may lead to imprisonments. Let’s please do what is right. Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 5:12pm On Aug 14
Ok, enough of my FBI / CIA clues, let me allow field Marshall Justwise to bring out all his armory to do justice to the thread, heading back to my hideout on Mount Everest to drink Hennessey and eat goat meat pepper soup on this chilly snowing mountain wink

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by KAYSEE8686: 6:28pm On Aug 14
It was indeed. You are the best ma'am. I will hit you up privately if i need more info. ��

Adjo10:


Hi KAYSEE8686,

It’s good to plan ahead. All the best.

No you do not necessarily need an invitation letter to apply for the visa. In fact i got my visa without an invitation but again, i have a lot of travel history to other countries as a tourist. Depending on your travel history, you may want to apply with an invitation letter to convince the consulate on your purpose of travel. Just note that the history and residency status of the person inviting you is very important in using an invitation letter.

For example, getting an invitation from a friend who got his or her residency through seeking asylum may raise red flags with the visa officer. They may think you are traveling to Brazil to do same. Please note that some asylum seekers have genuine reasons for seeking asylum so I’m not trying to generalize here.

Your main expenses ones in Brazil will be Accomodation and hospital fees. For birthing cost, it varies from absolutely free for public hospitals to between 2,000- 5,000 USD for a private hospital. Please note that public hospitals are financed by taxpayers money. Your choice of hospital is on you. I am just providing the info. I personally will not judge you on your choice of hospital and your baby will be Brazilian wether you gave birth in a public, private hospital or at home in Brazil.

For food, it all depends on you. A budget of 150-300 USD should be fine both 2 people provided you don’t go round looking for expensive Nigerian food lol.

Have about 300-700 USD for total costs of documents for baby passport and permanent residency application for both parents.

Hope this was helpful. Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by LMay(f): 6:33pm On Aug 14
OK, thanks. Sent you a PM.

Please let me know if you received it.

Thanks a lot

Ajokeomo:
Thank you. I don’t know if it’s okay to do that here so it doesn’t look like an advert. You can send a PM and I’ll respond.


Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Fejoks: 3:39pm On Aug 15
justwise:


You are not a christian because if you are you wouldn't have typed this. What sort of christian deliberately lie and deceit without shame?

Why not honestly apply for medical visa follow the normal way to get a visa ?

God did not make a law against lies and deceit? Christian indeed.

Yes its fraudulent to cheat your way to a free medical care

In the bible we had different people who lied and were rewarded by God. Exodus 1: 17-21 the midwives lied to pharaoh protecting the isrealite and they were rewarded for it, josh 2: 1-7 the prostitute hide the isrealite spies and lied to the soldiers and she was rewarded for it let me make this known to you veneza is a good Christian in her speech. In life you have to apply wisdom when dealing with people. If your lie is to justify the will of God it is permissible.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by tunnelvision: 5:04pm On Aug 15
Fejoks:


In the bible we had different people who lied and were rewarded by God. Exodus 1: 17-21 the midwives lied to pharaoh protecting the isrealite and they were rewarded for it, josh 2: 1-7 the prostitute hide the isrealite spies and lied to the soldiers and she was rewarded for it let me make this known to you veneza is a good Christian in her speech. In life you have to apply wisdom when dealing with people. If your lie is to justify the will of God it is permissible.
Nawa oooo.
Which kind wahala be this? wetin person no go read for online...
Na Yahoo pastor Be this Ooo. LOL
On a serious note, did you really mean what you just typed up there.. i give up on this some people. you have got no sense of morality. infact! am just surprised.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Toksvik: 5:34pm On Aug 15
Please who is in brazil here at the moment?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 7:13pm On Aug 15
Fejoks:


In the bible we had different people who lied and were rewarded by God. Exodus 1: 17-21 the midwives lied to pharaoh protecting the isrealite and they were rewarded for it, josh 2: 1-7 the prostitute hide the isrealite spies and lied to the soldiers and she was rewarded for it let me make this known to you veneza is a good Christian in her speech. In life you have to apply wisdom when dealing with people. If your lie is to justify the will of God it is permissible.
Hian, wetin person no go read for Nairaland.com shocked

Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Toksvik: 7:21pm On Aug 15
Toksvik:
Please who is in brazil here at the moment?

Gurus in the house please help.......
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by walejummy: 10:20pm On Aug 15
Toksvik:


Gurus in the house please help.......
neymar will be going next week
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by justwise(m): 10:37pm On Aug 15
Fejoks:


In the bible we had different people who lied and were rewarded by God. Exodus 1: 17-21 the midwives lied to pharaoh protecting the isrealite and they were rewarded for it, josh 2: 1-7 the prostitute hide the isrealite spies and lied to the soldiers and she was rewarded for it let me make this known to you veneza is a good Christian in her speech. In life you have to apply wisdom when dealing with people. If your lie is to justify the will of God it is permissible.


May God have mercy on you shameless christian. No wonder thieving pastors still have followers.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 7:40am On Aug 16
justwise:
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May God have mercy on you shameless christian. No wonder thieving pastors still have followers.
Gbam, Hahaha, your post made me pour hot coffee on my steering wheel after ordering it from Starbucks due to laughter @topic, the guy is missapplying the Scriptures wrongly to juxtapose the scenario been discussed on this thread, God is a Holy God and will never justify unrighteousness in form of lying via visa packaging and embellishing it with quoting verses of the Bible / Koran / voodoo incantations or calling grace / favor / anointing that lots of people do , deceit, fraud, scams, cheating, adultery, fornication, wickedness, robbery, kidnapping, cultism, ritualism, senseless killings name them, that his creation indulge in daily across the globe, however, let me pause here grin
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Beautyaddy: 3:33pm On Aug 16
Shallypop:
You are doing a great job but some Nigerians always look for loopholes and abuse the system. I introduced a woman that supposed to travel to give birth in Brazil to someone who resides in Brazil. Unfortunately, she couldn't get the visa cos she's had her previous children in USA and was really desperate not to have a Nigerian citizen. However, she had her baby in Nigeria. She called d lady I introduced to her upon seeing this post of yours that she wants her hubby to get a tourist visa to Brazil, d lady should help her arrange a baby dat her hubby can claim as d father in order for him to get the PR. This means their last born dat was born in Nigeria can automatically get the Brazilian citizenship. Imagine such corruption from a desperate Nigerian . She has posted on this thread and I'm not scared to mention her here.Cc Justwise, ifyalways.

Okay, this person sounds so much like the moniker Nonkala. undecided
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 6:23pm On Aug 16
Interesting facts

Brazil has the largest African diaspora population in the world with an African population of 55,900,000. Brazil also has more Africans than any African country except Nigeria. And Salvador is considered the largest city with more blacks than any city in the world. Brazil has the second highest number of airports in the world.

Fascinating....

Cheers
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 6:43pm On Aug 16
Alternatively to Giving birth in Brazil

@Justwise. Hope I’m not breaking any rules here. If I’m, kindly let me know so i delete it. Thanks

For those who have visa issues in giving birth in Brazil, US or Canada there is good news for you. St. Kitts and Nevis gives unconditional citizenship by birth and it is visa free for Nigerians. The St. Kitts and Nevis passport takes you to 152 visa free countries around the world including visa free for the European Schengen zone.

You may consider this an alternative if you have visa issues.

Disclaimer: I do not have much information. You have to do all the research yourself.

Cheers
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Beautyaddy: 7:35pm On Aug 16
Adjo10:
Alternatively to Giving birth in Brazil

@Justwise. Hope I’m not breaking any rules here. If I’m, kindly let me know so i delete it. Thanks

For those who have visa issues in giving birth in Brazil, US or Canada there is good news for you. St. Kitts and Nevis gives unconditional citizenship by birth and it is visa free for Nigerians. The St. Kitts and Nevis passport takes you to 152 visa free countries around the world including visa free for the European Schengen zone.

You may consider this an alternative if you have visa issues.

Disclaimer: I do not have much information. You have to do all the research yourself.

Cheers

That's not entirely true.

Nigerians still need visa on arrival to enter that small Island...and believe it getting through is more tough than trying to get their visa from their embassy of which they don't have.

Now also for such a child to claim citizenship by just soil in Saints Kitts and Nevis is just not that straight forward like Canada, US or Brazil.

The Child that is born in Saints Kitts and Nevis will have to prove that the parents of that child are unknown or Stateless before such a child can be granted Saints Kitts and Nevis citizenship by just soil.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Toksvik: 8:10pm On Aug 16
I was at the Brazilian embassy in vi yesterday, and was told I needed to submit the form and other docs online before bringing it to the embassy..... this is after I had paid 36k for visit while medical is 45k at stanbic ibtc..... the visa officer told me that the visa is kind if hard now..... God will help this our green passport o, it's getting more useless by the day..... because I went with my wife for birthing runs he was saying it will not be approved... I told him to leave that to me.... countries are now getting pissed of how Nigerian misuse opportunity on foreign soil. Going back next week to submit anyway and I know God will favour us... just thought I should share my experience.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AngelicBeing: 8:24pm On Aug 16
Beautyaddy:


That's not entirely true.

Nigerians still need visa on arrival to enter that small Island...and believe it getting through is more tough than trying to get their visa from their embassy of which they don't have.

Now also for such a child to claim citizenship by just soil in Saints Kitts and Nevis is just not that straight forward like Canada, US or Brazil.

The Child that is born in Saints Kitts and Nevis will have to prove that the parents of that child are unknown or Stateless before such a child can be granted Saints Kitts and Nevis citizenship by just soil.
Hian, nawao, Nigeria passport don cast, like you highlighted in your post, all those smaller islands that Nigerians are visa free to is not even easy connecting flights from Nigeria to those countries and if you eventually do, been allowed entry by border officials on arrival is like climbing Mountain Everest with bathroom slippers blindfolded tongue

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