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|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 12:57pm On Jan 13|
Your questions didn't come from a clueless person but still you didn't need to insult him for suggesting you go through the thread. Answer to some of your questions are already on the thread that's why it's necessary to read and reread, you will notice that each time you read the thread you will find something new you previously omitted or something you read and forgot.
Samuelsoma has answered most of your questions so I'll just add small input.
question regarding minors:
Since the minors are your children and they will be accompanied by their parents therefore they won't be need for any consent form, you only need to include their birth certificate with their application.
Question regarding submission of application:
You can waybill your application through any authorized courier coy and it should include a return waybill slip but I will suggest you submit in person if your have the resources to do that because that improves your chances of getting the visa by over 50% as the admins will minute on your application the state of applicant at point of submission.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by chriscole(f): 3:19pm On Jan 13|
TechSpot:It was December. I was thinking of going to retrieve my passport then boom!!
SORRY guys I don't have access to my nairaland email the pm are so many please ask your questions here I and others in the house will assist thank you
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 8:47pm On Jan 13|
Thanks alot. I know how to move forward now. You are in Sao Paulo right?
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 9:09pm On Jan 13|
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 9:10pm On Jan 13|
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by chriscole(f): 9:32pm On Jan 13|
I was checking out the prices for rent in SP I couldn't find any below $400 did you get a better offer?
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sharedalike: 7:48am On Jan 14|
Please house... I will like to know if there is an active page here on Nairaland on how to study and gain admission in one of the Brazilian schools.
If anyone have info or idea on how I can gain admission...
The tuition fee on any cheap school or how much I need to have before proceeding with admission in Brazil...
The school Nigerians apply for...
if they give admission to Nigerians...
If Portuguese language is important before gaining admission...
as I'm planning to go for my masters program.
Please I need your help and advice.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Namae: 8:04am On Jan 14|
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Thank you brother, thank you TechSpot too.
May God give us all great favour.
I took your advice and we are all applying as a family. Sad thing is that our airline reservation expires in a few days but info on this thread says it doesn't matter.
I need to know from you and others are already there as no one has talked about it here.
Do the entry officers have any reservations about coming in with an open flight ticket or one with a longer duration than the number of days stated in your visa application.
Or should we just come in with a return ticket reflecting our supposed days of holiday which is 9 days.
Thank you once again.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Samuelsoma: 6:40am On Jan 15|
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by uchman(m): 8:04am On Jan 15|
What's the survival tip in Brazil for a guy waiting for his wife to give birth?
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Samuelsoma: 8:07am On Jan 15|
I will advice that you should come with a return ticket and shouldn't let your flight ticket be too long, remember you specified that you are going on a tourist visit so they aint expecting you to come spend months there as a tourist. Normally you are expected to return to your country, therefore you should have a return ticket. Dont let them starting suspecting any other motives of yours, so pls just do everything accordingly to be on a safe side, cos you never know the kind of officer you will meet at the point of entry. The way you will be treated at the POE solely depends on the individual officer you meet, so play safe pls. Just do everything and prepare yourself for entry as one would do if you were going to give birth in the US. I remembered when I was coming into brazil then, I even deleted everything that is related to child birthing on my phone cos I had the mind that what if the officer I meet is as crazy as those officers at the point of entry in the US . After you arrive in Brazil you can decide to change your return dates. Goodluck
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 1:26pm On Jan 15|
The surviving tip is to take good care of your wife and to be born child and make sure they are as comfortable as possible. The future of the entire family depends on these 2 people. So come to Brazil with enough money and time and look after your family. Everything else will fall in place when your baby is born. That baby is the key and do not play with that key. My humble view . Cheers
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 3:54pm On Jan 16|
chriscole:It all depends on the area you choose to live. There are high-bred areas and medium range areas too. it also depends on the type of apartment, is it furnished or empty apartment?
The houses you will get Out here will most likely be empty so if you cant go through the stress of searching for apartment, contract palaver. Just use airbnb for your entire stay.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sappy1981: 4:08pm On Jan 16|
Good day my great family. I would like to ask some question. Abeg make nobody yab me oooooo.
1. For people travelling with toddlers. How can one cope with the language barrier and i hope a new language wont confuse the little one.
2. Can one get a nanny there to help with the new baby as i might not have a support system coming with me.
3. @ Auntie Adjo10; is it possible to make payments for Private hospital care whilst in Nigeria.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 4:33pm On Jan 16|
Hello sappy1981. Thanks. I would clarify something general then answer your specific questions.
First and foremost your Brazilian baby passes on PR and or Provisional citizenship to both parents, siblings- (past, present and future) and grandparents irrespective of where the category of people mentioned were at the time of birth. This means, your other children will qualify for PR even if they don’t accompany you to Brazil at the time of birth.
To however apply for PR or Prov Citizenship, they will have to visit Policia Federal in Brazil for application. So in summary, you don’t really have to take them along now if you have the option of leaving them with their Dad in Nigeria. The most important thing is that your baby is born in Brazil. They older children can always obtain a family reunification visa at the embassy later to come to Brazil to apply for their PR or Prov Citizenship. The embassy cannot deny them because it is their constitutional right. This fact i just stated is valid as of today and it will be valid unless anything changes in the mere future.
If you can take them now, them please do but if you can’t please don’t force yourself. The most important thing is that your newborn is born in Brazil, everything else is “easy” after that. Cheers
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 4:42pm On Jan 16|
1. New language confuses everyone lol, even adults. But children can quickly adjust and it makes your children open minded by being outside their comfort zone.
3. Not recommended. Get here first, visit the private hospital yourself and ask for a tour of the facilities and secure a better deal.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by sappy1981: 9:44am On Jan 17|
Good day Adjo10 - você é uma bênção
I want to also know if the validity of the visa is 1 year of more to aid in my preparations.
I hope i am not bothering you.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:13am On Jan 17|
In most cases, the visa is valid for 1 year and you can stay in Brazil for a maximum of 180 days within that one year. There can however be exceptions where it can be issued for a shorter period.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 12:06pm On Jan 17|
Yes, Like mine is 90days validity
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 12:53pm On Jan 17|
Well said. Also note that for Nigerians, you can extend it for another 90 days at the Polícia Federal office in Brazil. Just make sure that when you go for your renewal, you still appear like a tourist if your baby is not yet born. If they suspect that you have other motives than being a tourist, then they will not extend it for you because your original visa itself is a tourist visa.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 1:32pm On Jan 17|
Adjo10, Which cities between Porto Alegre and Curitiba is the best to live, Rent, Standards of living and Education you would prefer?
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 2:38pm On Jan 17|
I will personally choose Curitiba. It is classified as one of the best cities in the world.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by chriscole(f): 2:45pm On Jan 17|
Adjo10:Please am trying to book a flight with royal air maroc they'll be making a stop at casablanca will I need a transit visa?
And the issue of return ticket since am going for the PR I'll be spending nothing less than 6 months to a year maybe so how do I go about it?
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 2:55pm On Jan 17|
Try Cape Verde Airlines, It cheap and you don’t need transit visa. Check them out.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by chriscole(f): 3:15pm On Jan 17|
OneNaija:Just checked they fly to fortaleza and salvador only... am not really feeling the airline sha
SA airlines would have been perfect but the price is off the roof..
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 4:09pm On Jan 17|
Generally, if you are not leaving the international area of the airport and you are only connecting to a flight, then you don’t need a visa. I will however suggest you contact air Morroco to be on the safe side.
You need a return ticket because you are going in as a tourist. You can cancel your ticket once you enter Brazil. The immigration officer at the point of entry can refuse you entry without a valid return ticket. Some officers check, some don’t. I advice is to purchase a return ticket to be on the safer side. We personally lost money because our return ticket was refundable. The officer never checked but that was the price we had to pay to give our child options in life. Don’t risk it. Cheers
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by AyaFany: 4:33pm On Jan 17|
Wow! What an inspiring group!
Hello all, I am very new here and i have silently taken my time to read through all the previous post/messages. And hmmmm, what can I say? I can only wish I got here much earlier cos I look like I am 5 months gone yet I'm just in my first trim.
However, God bless @Adjo10 and all other contributors for their support and encouragement.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 6:20pm On Jan 17|
First trimester is still early
Just go with a positive mind and present valid documents.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 6:25pm On Jan 17|
TAAG is flying to Sao Paulo they leave from Lagos twice a week and they have the fastest travel time.
|Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by juliusocean(m): 7:19pm On Jan 17|
TechSpot:TechSpot you making me look bad here lol
if you both are applying you can attend the interview alone maybe but if she's going alone can she show up with a baby bump for the interview??
That was my point...
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