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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by BedLam: 12:03pm On Mar 01
Nonkala:
Tks for ur response and explanation so far.
Pls put us tru d application process, do I ve to go to the embassy to apply or online application , how much is d visa fee.how soon does one get d visa. So did u leave the country in one month and how does one apply for the PR
Hey why do you like stressing innocent people? Google Brazilian embassy in Lagos and all the info you asked are there. She doesn't work with immigration. This is uncalled for please.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Nonkala: 4:47pm On Mar 01
If u cannot be nice wt a question, keep quiet cos I never knew u existed here.. ur type is d selfish one dt wants to move ahead wtout carrying others along..
Did I tell u I don’t know google or I haven’t checked, pls mind urself
BedLam:
Hey why do you like stressing innocent people? Google Brazilian embassy in Lagos and all the info you asked are there. She doesn't work with immigration. This is uncalled for please.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by gees101(m): 5:13pm On Mar 01
BedLam:
Hey why do you like stressing innocent people? Google Brazilian embassy in Lagos and all the info you asked are there. She doesn't work with immigration. This is uncalled for please.
stop causing problems pls
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:09pm On Mar 01
sammyironside:
Information is power and you have giving that freely, I am really grateful, for taking out your time to give me all this information. Thank you again

Thanks Sammy. I was very sad to see that such a beautiful opportunity has not received much attention. I’m glad to share. After all it takes nothing away from me. Bless...

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:42pm On Mar 01
TJMighty:
Good evening house.. I commend everybody that have contributed to this topic on this thread. My own question is: is Brazil a good country to seek greener pasture? I mean is it good for a single guy like me to go, settle, get a good job, start a new life? how easy is it to get job/jobs and will their pay be enough to settle my bills and still save?
Thank you all in anticipation.

Thanks TJ.

I understand your question but it is very subjective. The best paid jobs in Brazil are government jobs and you need to be a Brazilian to work with the government.

If you are a graduate and well qualified and speak Portuguese fluently then you should be able to land yourself a well paid job with an international organization or the private sector.

If you have a good business idea, then you have a market of 240 million people. If your idea succeeds then you could be a rich man.

Just to put things in context, Brazil’s minimum wage is currently around US$ 250.

I hope this was helpful. Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:49pm On Mar 01
Shallypop:
Sorry mamas. Unfollows thread. I don't want to exchange words with anyone or anything. Thanks.

Hey Shallypop. Thanks for your great information and help. I totally understand you. You will be of great help if you stay please. We are all grateful for your contributions. This is information that can only be provided after someone has undertaken this journey. Though there are many of us out there, you have been selfless enough to share yours with us. Hope you come back please. Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Shallypop(f): 11:02pm On Mar 01
Adjo10:


Hey Shallypop. Thanks for your great information and help. I totally understand you. You will be of great help if you stay please. We are all grateful for your contributions. This is information that can only be provided after someone has undertaken this journey. Though there are many of us out there, you have been selfless enough to share yours with us. Hope you come back please. Thanks
ok. Thank u

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TJMighty(m): 11:20am On Mar 02
Adjo10:


Thanks TJ.

I understand your question but it is very subjective. The best paid jobs in Brazil are government jobs and you need to be a Brazilian to work with the government.

If you are a graduate and well qualified and speak Portuguese fluently then you should be able to land yourself a well paid job with an international organization or the private sector.

If you have a good business idea, then you have a market of 240 million people. If your idea succeeds then you could be a rich man.

Just to put things in context, Brazil’s minimum wage is currently around US$ 250.

I hope this was helpful. Thanks
Thank you ma.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by MsJanez01: 7:14pm On Mar 07
Shallypop:
It takes 4 weeks to get d visa. Check their website. You will see d list of documents needed for visa. Pls note, Brazil embassy does verify bank statement. I also had my baby there last year. It was an amazing experience in terms of document. I have my PR and my baby is a citizen. Though, we r back to Nigeria.

Hi. Please is citizenship instant like canada and Us and what is getting an accomodation like? Wouldnt mind taking this route seeing d current situation of renewing US visa

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by PinkDick(m): 11:51pm On Mar 07
Following..... shocked
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Shallypop(f): 8:35am On Mar 08
MsJanez01:


Hi. Please is citizenship instant like canada and Us and what is getting an accomodation like? Wouldnt mind taking this route seeing d current situation of renewing US visa
yea. Instant citizenship

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Joynk: 2:49am On Mar 09
Pls can I get the breakdown of documents needed for a brazilian tourist visa cos is not explicit on their website
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Nonkala: 6:53am On Mar 12
ds are d requirements, submit in dr Lagos office mon to Thur, 10am to 1pm. Average 21 working days dts around 4/5 wks.
Start early to avoid stories

Joynk:
Pls can I get the breakdown of documents needed for a brazilian tourist visa cos is not explicit on their website

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by peppo4live: 11:18am On Mar 12
Help me with work visa requirements and any additional info will be highly appreciated. Thanks
Nonkala:
ds are d requirements, submit in dr Lagos office mon to Thur, 10am to 1pm. Average 21 working days dts around 4/5 wks.
Start early to avoid stories

Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by dreaonit: 8:21pm On Mar 12
I really find this trend helpful. Pls the can hotel reservations be used as invitation letter?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 12:37pm On Mar 13
dreaonit:
I really find this trend helpful. Pls the can hotel reservations be used as invitation letter?

Yes. As a tourist you don’t necessarily need an invite. If you can book your own hotel, then you are good to go. Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by alert20: 3:02pm On Mar 13
Adjo10:


Yes. As a tourist you don’t necessarily need an invite. If you can book your own hotel, then you are good to go. Thanks

God bless you for this response, i called the embassy yesterday just to find out if it's compulsory to have an invitation letter before applying but one stupid and rude guy just keep shouting SEND A MAIL, SEND A MAIL, SEND A MAIL.... I just imagine how Nigerian treat their fellow country man all because they are working at the embassy..... Mtschewwww
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Nonkala: 6:04pm On Mar 13
Ahh d guy is very rude oo, wen u meet him in person u will feel like beating him up.. he gave hubby and I dt attitude and I was like bros we re same Nigeria oo, u shd understand my plight

alert20:


God bless you for this response, i called the embassy yesterday just to find out if it's compulsory to have an invitation letter before applying but one stupid and rude guy just keep shouting SEND A MAIL, SEND A MAIL, SEND A MAIL.... I just imagine how Nigerian treat their fellow country man all because they are working at the embassy..... Mtschewwww
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sammyironside: 6:35am On Mar 14
Can you imagine, but why are some Nigerians like this? [author=Nonkala post=76626681]Ahh d guy is very rude oo, wen u meet him in person u will feel like beating him up.. he gave hubby and I dt attitude and I was like bros we re same Nigeria oo, u shd understand my plight

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sammyironside: 6:41am On Mar 14
Oh really, I don't think 4weeks is a long time though. Since you already know, just be patient you will get the visa by Gods grace. I am looking at December with my family.
Nonkala:
I actually declared I was traveling to get better medical care and birthing, wt d mail my Dr sent to them cos I can’t conceal my pregnancy and intentions..
My greatest problem wt Brazil is ds 4/5weeks seizing of one’s passport

Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sammyironside: 6:49am On Mar 14
Good morning madam, I sent you a pm please I will be glad if you reply. I have made extensive research about Joinville in the state of santa catarina its a quiet and least expensive place in comparison to the cities of florianopolis, Sau Paulo and Rio. Please I need to ask you some personal questions.
Adjo10:


Yes. As a tourist you don’t necessarily need an invite. If you can book your own hotel, then you are good to go. Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 6:58pm On Mar 14
sammyironside:
Good morning madam, I sent you a pm please I will be glad if you reply. I have made extensive research about Joinville in the state of santa catarina its a quiet and least expensive place in comparison to the cities of florianopolis, Sau Paulo and Rio. Please I need to ask you some personal questions.

Hello Sammyironside. Thanks for making contact. I have not received your pm ooo. I received something about connecting with you but I couldn’t figure out how to connect.

Alternatively, you can ask your questions here so it benefits everyone but if it’s really personal then please send me the pm again and will try to connect again. Thanks

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