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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 5:55am On Feb 07
Bodun4seun:
Good morning sirs and mas,
I want to sincerely appreciate the effort of everyone contributing to this thread don't want to start mentioning names but my prayers is that God Almighty will raise helpers for you where you least expected.
I've been a silent follower of this thread for a while now and have read all the pages......My question is My passport bears my husbands name and my Account still bears my father's name and doing a change of name in bank now will of course affect my monthly stipends......dont know if this could be a problem.

I want to start the application next week I'm kind of confused.
Please help my cofusion.

Thanks


I expect you to have some documents which you can submit that still shows your maiden name aside your bank account like your marriage certificate, payslip, letter of employment, business registration, driver's license,etc. Add such document with your application then in your introduction letter you should explain why the name on your bank statement differs from that on your passport.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 6:00am On Feb 07
dollars123:

i sent an email and they replied that its still under review


I know they told you it is still under review.

1st week of December to 1st week of February is 45 working days which is more than 2x the 21days on their site so I think they owe you an explanation now.

What I said is go and ask why is it still under review.

Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by chriscole(f): 7:57am On Feb 07
OneNaija:


Hello chriscole, please I need to know if you got a mail to show ur visa was approved or if u saw it on the tracking site or where u called on phone. And also how long exactly after ur interview did u get ur visa?U r response is very important, God bless You.
1:I got a mail
2:about 2months plus
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by chriscole(f): 8:02am On Feb 07
uchman:


Is there job someone will be doing in Brazil before the child birth?
Can you speak the language? Do you have a work permit? If your answer is yes there are malls and big stores here am sure there'll be available spots..
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by uchman(m): 8:59am On Feb 07
chriscole:

Can you speak the language? Do you have a work permit? If your answer is yes there are malls and big stores here am sure there'll be available spots..

Oh!
I get it now.

Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Cpearl4u: 9:51am On Feb 07
chriscole:
If you're going for birthing no need to panic, it's a blessing in disguise by the time the visa comes you will be half way through already even if you give birth at the airport your child will still be brazillian grin... It will end in praises
#you think you're doing me you're doing yourself gringrin

That made me laugh ��
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Bodun4seun: 2:52pm On Feb 07
[quote author=TechSpot post=86443422]


I expect you to have some documents which you can submit that still shows your maiden name aside your bank account like your marriage certificate, payslip, letter of employment, business registration, driver's license,etc. Add such document with your application then in your introduction letter you should explain why the name on your bank statement differs from that on your passport.

Ok! Thanks for the prompt response..
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 1:14pm On Feb 09
i finally got to the last page of the thread but I don’t know if I missed this part (if it has been responded to before) but I just want to be sure:

Please if applying this February and putting June or July as when I want to visit, will that seem too far or do you advice I put a closer date for visit like April for Easter? And can I choose to travel on a later date if I do.
put April for instance.

2ndly, what’s the maximum number of days advised not to exceed when filling the form as a tourist? Is 6weeks too much? Or we should just stick to 12/15days?

Thank you.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Salvage7(m): 8:36pm On Feb 09
Gracedom:
i finally got to the last page of the thread but I don’t know if I missed this part (if it has been responded to before) but I just want to be sure:

Please if applying this February and putting June or July as when I want to visit, will that seem too far or do you advice I put a closer date for visit like April for Easter? And can I choose to travel on a later date if I do.
put April for instance.

2ndly, what’s the maximum number of days advised not to exceed when filling the form as a tourist? Is 6weeks too much? Or we should just stick to 12/15days?

Thank you.





Gurus please!
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Namae: 11:10pm On Feb 09
Gracedom:
i finally got to the last page of the thread but I don’t know if I missed this part (if it has been responded to before) but I just want to be sure:

Please if applying this February and putting June or July as when I want to visit, will that seem too far or do you advice I put a closer date for visit like April for Easter? And can I choose to travel on a later date if I do.
put April for instance.

2ndly, what’s the maximum number of days advised not to exceed when filling the form as a tourist? Is 6weeks too much? Or we should just stick to 12/15days?

Thank you.
Salvage7:






Gurus please!

My 50kobo thoughts on this.
As a thumb rule based on the USA and UK visitors visa application, I believe it is safest to apply for a visitors visa not more than 3-4months in advance.
Apply in February for a trip in May.

If I am a visa officer, I'd be concerned that you are applying for a visa in February when you intend to travel in November.
It won't look like you being organized to me but rather like there is a hidden intent.

Then for the duration of your holiday.
Even Bank MDs are entitled to only 25 working day leaves.
I guess the President has about the same number of days too.
So why will an employee holiday in another man's country for 6 weeks.
Even an entrepreneur like Dangote won't even.


Time is money
And time in a foreign country is more money to be burnt by you.
The visa officers must not have a reason to disbelieve your motive.

Well unless you are an investor seeking raw materials in the Amazon or you'd be undergoing a medical procedure on your spinal cord.
6 weeks looks overrrrrrlllllly fishy to me.

It is safest to leave it at 10 - 12days.
That was the range I used and the range I have used in my other applications.

(Remember these are all theoretical, once your visa is in your hand, you call your shots)
But like they say, stoop to conquer.

Good luck.
I hope my 50kobo thought on this equals the 2cents of the true gurus.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Nonkala: 11:19pm On Feb 09
OneNaija:
I will advice you and orilua to calm down. Just be patience. Brazil embassy now process visa application for more than three months. I will advice anyone If you plan to give birth in Brazil. Get it back of your mind that your application will stay at the Brazil embassy for more than three months maybe even more. The reason for that is still unknown. Good luck.

They know what they re doing na, as far as u re a woman u re a suspect

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 5:28am On Feb 10
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Namae:


My 50kobo thoughts on this.
As a thumb rule based on the USA and UK visitors visa application, I believe it is safest to apply for a visitors visa not more than 3-4months in advance.
Apply in February for a trip in May.

If I am a visa officer, I'd be concerned that you are applying for a visa in February when you intend to travel in November.
It won't look like you being organized to me but rather like there is a hidden intent.

Then for the duration of your holiday.
Even Bank MDs are entitled to only 25 working day leaves.
I guess the President has about the same number of days too.
So why will an employee holiday in another man's country for 6 weeks.
Even an entrepreneur like Dangote won't even.


Time is money
And time in a foreign country is more money to be burnt by you.
The visa officers must not have a reason to disbelieve your motive.

Well unless you are an investor seeking raw materials in the Amazon or you'd be undergoing a medical procedure on your spinal cord.
6 weeks looks overrrrrrlllllly fishy to me.

It is safest to leave it at 10 - 12days.
That was the range I used and the range I have used in my other applications.

(Remember these are all theoretical, once your visa is in your hand, you call your shots)
But like they say, stoop to conquer.

Good luck.
I hope my 50kobo thought on this equals the 2cents of the true gurus.


Thank you for this detailed response. I appreciate.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 2:53pm On Feb 11
Good Afternoon people. So im filling the form now, please what am i supposed to fill as data of legal representatives? I don't know what they exactly need there.

@TechSpot @Adjo10 @Samuelsoma @Afelouz @ChrisCole plus others, please guide me on this.

Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 10:39pm On Feb 11
Gracedom:
Good Afternoon people. So im filling the form now, please what am i supposed to fill as data of legal representatives? I don't know what they exactly need there.

@TechSpot @Adjo10 @Samuelsoma @Afelouz @ChrisCole plus others, please guide me on this.


I didn't fill that part
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Babateebanana: 10:39pm On Feb 11
Good day everyone, information on this thread are well explanatory and very educative, thumbs up. but I have some few questions to be asked. Pls Adjo10 and other successful mothers in d house, I really needed ur advice. My wife is in her 25th weeks already, and we are proposing she gives birth in Brazil. My question goes thus.
(1)Can we apply for a family tourist visa (we planned going as a family, wife/Husband/daughter, all neccessary documents and Bank statement are available to buttress d visa application).
(2)Or should we just allow only her (wife) to go by business or tourist visa (we have a relation in Brazil who suggest we get a business visa for her and he will send an invitation letter for her to apply)
(3)Is it advisable to process d visa for Her as a pregnant woman giving birth in Brazil by getting all relevant reports from a hospital/doctor in Brazil (what are d chances of issuing her visa by so doing)
(4)Or will u advice we don’t disclose her pregnancy status while filling d form.
Kindly note that we are applying just for birth sake and will return back to Nigeria after her delivery

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 2:00pm On Feb 12
TechSpot:



I didn't fill that part

ok, thank you. i will leave it too.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 3:25pm On Feb 12
Babateebanana:
Good day everyone, information on this thread are well explanatory and very educative, thumbs up. but I have some few questions to be asked. Pls Adjo10 and other successful mothers in d house, I really needed ur advice. My wife is in her 25th weeks already, and we are proposing she gives birth in Brazil. My question goes thus.
(1)Can we apply for a family tourist visa (we planned going as a family, wife/Husband/daughter, all neccessary documents and Bank statement are available to buttress d visa application).
(2)Or should we just allow only her (wife) to go by business or tourist visa (we have a relation in Brazil who suggest we get a business visa for her and he will send an invitation letter for her to apply)
(3)Is it advisable to process d visa for Her as a pregnant woman giving birth in Brazil by getting all relevant reports from a hospital/doctor in Brazil (what are d chances of issuing her visa by so doing)
(4)Or will u advice we don’t disclose her pregnancy status while filling d form.
Kindly note that we are applying just for birth sake and will return back to Nigeria after her delivery


From what i've read so far

1. Yes you can
2. don't know about business but tourist visa has been successful so far, only her can go too.
3. From experience stated here, not needed nor advisable, chances will be very slim or none at all
4. same with answer to No. 3

Please note, if you read the "short thread" most of these has been clearly stated multiple times with reasons given.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 4:00pm On Feb 12
Please for minors, one of the requirement. is

Two Parental Authorization forms duly filled out and notarized.

Now i can't locate where to access this form on the Lagos site because i intend going with my son. Any idea pls?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 7:50pm On Feb 12
Gracedom:
Please for minors, one of the requirement. is

Two Parental Authorization forms duly filled out and notarized.

Now i can't locate where to access this form on the Lagos site because i intend going with my son. Any idea pls?


So I wrote them a mail and they have sent me the forms. Not deleting the chat incase someone else needs this tomorrow, just send them an email. Gracias.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Namae: 7:56pm On Feb 12
Gracedom:



So I wrote them a mail and they have sent me the forms. Not deleting the chat incase someone else needs this tomorrow, just send them an email. Gracias.

Thanks for this, it is stated on their site (but I guess that may be if the minor is not your offspring) or you aren't the one accompanying them...I may be wrong

Well, I applied with my kid who is a minor.
I sent out an email requesting the parental consent form to the embassy but they did not reply.

So I jejely applied with just her birth certificate based on advice from veterans here since I am her parent.
I submitted with the original birth certificate too and the guys there didn't talk about the parental consent form.

But it is good you got the form.
I wonder why they haven't made it readily available on their website.

Anyways, Na God get power.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by V8: 1:00am On Feb 13
Gracedom:
Please for minors, one of the requirement. is

Two Parental Authorization forms duly filled out and notarized.

Now i can't locate where to access this form on the Lagos site because i intend going with my son. Any idea pls?


Pls how were you able to book your flight on hold? All the flights i check does not have book on hold option. Or is there something i am not doing right? Kindly help me out.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by iwanvisityankee: 10:48am On Feb 13
V8:


Pls how were you able to book your flight on hold? All the flights i check does not have book on hold option. Or is there something i am not doing right? Kindly help me out.
Check Ethiopian airline
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by iwanvisityankee: 10:49am On Feb 13
I submitted my visa last week, waiting patiently for the best

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Demicoker: 3:48pm On Feb 13
Is your preg showing yet
iwanvisityankee:
I submitted my visa last week, waiting patiently for the best
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gernny: 6:38pm On Feb 13
How much does,,one need to have in the account before going for interview if one is pregnant.
Ladykak:

hello, yes i am! I am 31 weeks and i just found this thread. is there a way you can help me in anyway please. currently in nigeria


Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ethereum: 6:48pm On Feb 13
Adjo10:


This is going to require a very long explanation but let me try and make is simple for you. In fact there is no more RNE. The 2017 immigration overhaul changed the name and category of many things. Since 2017 RNE as been change to CRNM card. Your CRNM card will have an “RNM” number on it. You will never receive a visa inside Brazil. What you receive is call CRNM card or residency card. Since 2017 there is a new category of naming of residency permits. There are 3 categories: Temporal residents (Students etc etc), Resident (Formally know as Permanent Resident) and a 3rd category i don’t even remember the name.

So in short, your CRNM card will have a classification of “Resident” written at the back. Don’t be sad, that is actually your PR just that the name “Permanent” has been deleted according to the 2017 immigration law. To receive the “Residente” status, you must meet the requirements just like a person applying for PR in the past. There a many category of people who can receive PR (now “Residente”) in Brazil. These people are parents of a Brazilian child, investors, professionals with special skills and the spouse of a Brazilian.

Here is what confuses people and they keep referring to it as a family reunification residency card. Like i said, many categories of people qualify for PR and PR (Residente) leads to citizenship. Even though you will have the same PR as someone else, you are still not equal in terms of the duration of the PR card (CRNM card) itself, and the amount of time you have to wait to apply for citizenship. Your PR card(CRNM card) as a parent is valid for 9 years, that of an investor is valid for 2 years etc etc... Whiles you have to spend only 1 year in Brazil to get citizenship, an investor has to spend 4 years. Remember that you both have the same physical looking PR card in hand which is blue-green in color while temporal residents is another color all together.

Now, to differentiate your PR card with other PR cards, since there is no physical appearance difference, there will be a little writing at the back indicating the section of the immigration law that applies to your PR card. So yours will be that of family reunification. This is to make sure your application for citizenship is after 1 year of residency and not 4 or 15 years like others who have the same PR card.

Voilaaaa... some people call it family reunification permit or whatever. At the end, the name doesn’t matter. It’s the value of it.

Let us know when you get your card so that everyone here will understand if the information I’m providing is correct or not. Cheers

Do you automatically qualify for a Brazilian Passport after 1 UNINTERRUPTED year in Brazil even if you not married or A Nigerian who schools in Brazil and has spent over 1 year in Brazil?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gernny: 6:57pm On Feb 13
pleae can you send me your email.
Ladykak:

hello, yes i am! I am 31 weeks and i just found this thread. is there a way you can help me in anyway please. currently in nigeria


Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by V8: 8:58pm On Feb 13
iwanvisityankee:
Check Ethiopian airline


Thanks alot.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Demicoker: 11:31pm On Feb 13
Pls after filling online and submitting.
What am I taking to the embassy for submission.i need response good people
Thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by iwanvisityankee: 4:35am On Feb 14
Demicoker:
Is your preg showing yet
I'm not a woman
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by iwanvisityankee: 4:35am On Feb 14
V8:


Thanks alot.
You're welcome
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by iwanvisityankee: 4:37am On Feb 14
Demicoker:
Pls after filling online and submitting.
What am I taking to the embassy for submission.i need response good people
Thank you
Required documents is mentioned on the website

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