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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Demicoker: 9:30am On Feb 14
If it was explicit enough for me I won’t come here to ask
iwanvisityankee:
Required documents is mentioned on the website
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by V8: 1:42pm On Feb 14
I am not staying in Lagos,can i send the documents via courier? Kindly reply me my people.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 10:09pm On Feb 14
Namae:


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.

Oh imagine, and I stressed notarising form.
Pls how much did you pay for the minor? Is it same 36k cos I know some countries like Italy usually give a reduced cost (Child is below 1year o). Pls respond as I intend paying on Monday.

Surprisingly the Stanbic Bank hubby went to in Apapa don’t know they are the recipient for Brazilian visa fee so I guess, the guy was even requesting to see where their bank was mentioned.

I’ll guess i’ll just go to any VI branch and make my payment
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 10:11pm On Feb 14
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.

I used Ethiopian Arline as someone advised earlier.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Ethereum: 5:26am On Feb 15
Ethereum:


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?
Still awaiting your response...

cc:Adjo10
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 8:15am On Feb 15
Ethereum:

Still awaiting your response...

cc:Adjo10


Read through the thread or read through her posts for your answer.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 8:19am On Feb 15
Gracedom:


Oh imagine, and I stressed notarising form.
Pls how much did you pay for the minor? Is it same 36k cos I know some countries like Italy usually give a reduced cost (Child is below 1year o). Pls respond as I intend paying on Monday.

Surprisingly the Stanbic Bank hubby went to in Apapa don’t know they are the recipient for Brazilian visa fee so I guess, the guy was even requesting to see where their bank was mentioned.

I’ll guess i’ll just go to any VI branch and make my payment


You can pay at any Stanbic branch just copy the Brazilian embassy Stanbic account details on their website then tell the teller to write your name in full on the deposit slip. Attach the slip with the docs you will be submitting at the embassy.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 8:20am On Feb 15
V8:
I am not staying in Lagos,can i send the documents via courier? Kindly reply me my people.

Yes you can use courier. You will add a return waybill with it.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 8:21am On Feb 15
Demicoker:
If it was explicit enough for me I won’t come here to ask


There's a list of documents to submit on this thread. Read through from page 35

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by V8: 12:11pm On Feb 15
TechSpot:


Yes you can use courier. You will add a return waybill with it.

Alright. Thanks very much.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Namae: 1:21pm On Feb 15
Gracedom:


Oh imagine, and I stressed notarising form.
Pls how much did you pay for the minor? Is it same 36k cos I know some countries like Italy usually give a reduced cost (Child is below 1year o). Pls respond as I intend paying on Monday.

Surprisingly the Stanbic Bank hubby went to in Apapa don’t know they are the recipient for Brazilian visa fee so I guess, the guy was even requesting to see where their bank was mentioned.

I’ll guess i’ll just go to any VI branch and make my payment

It is the same amount per applicant irrespective of age.
Yes a knowledge gap does exist with STANBIC IBTC tellers as I encountered same.
What matters is that you pay into the Brazil Consulate's account with the applicant name and get a teller which you will include in your application.

Chikina.

Gods grace
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 5:21pm On Feb 15
TechSpot:



You can pay at any Stanbic branch just copy the Brazilian embassy Stanbic account details on their website then tell the teller to write your name in full on the deposit slip. Attach the slip with the docs you will be submitting at the embassy.

Oh, thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 5:21pm On Feb 15
Namae:


It is the same amount per applicant irrespective of age.
Yes a knowledge gap does exist with STANBIC IBTC tellers as I encountered same.
What matters is that you pay into the Brazil Consulate's account with the applicant name and get a teller which you will include in your application.

Chikina.

Gods grace

Ok, thanks for this
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 11:42am On Feb 20
I'm in Brazil now...

I met with @afelouz... He's been so kind to me ever since I started this process. God bless you and your wife will deliver safely. Amen

Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by globalresource: 5:40pm On Feb 20
TechSpot:
I'm in Brazil now...

I met with @afelouz... He's been so kind to me ever since I started this process. God bless you and your wife will deliver safely. Amen

Thanks

What are the advantages of delivering baby in brazil
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by BedLam: 3:52pm On Feb 21
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.

https://www.bookingforvisa.com/

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Cjleks: 1:49pm On Feb 22
Thank God for a safe trip. I wish you all the best.


TechSpot:
I'm in Brazil now...

I met with @afelouz... He's been so kind to me ever since I started this process. God bless you and your wife will deliver safely. Amen

Thanks

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 6:06am On Feb 23
Cjleks:
Thank God for a safe trip. I wish you all the best.



Thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gracedom: 10:30am On Feb 23
TechSpot:
I'm in Brazil now...

I met with @afelouz... He's been so kind to me ever since I started this process. God bless you and your wife will deliver safely. Amen

Thanks

Thank God for safe trip. Enjoy your stay and please keep us updated.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TreasureTayo(m): 2:47pm On Feb 23
A very lovely thread I must say. I'm also one of the silent readers here. God bless you all

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by V8: 8:53pm On Feb 23
TechSpot:
I'm in Brazil now...

I met with @afelouz... He's been so kind to me ever since I started this process. God bless you and your wife will deliver safely. Amen

Thanks


That's cool!
Enjoy your stay.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 5:07pm On Feb 24
Gracedom:


Thank God for safe trip. Enjoy your stay and please keep us updated.

Thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 5:07pm On Feb 24
V8:



That's cool!
Enjoy your stay.

You're welcome.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TheMan3: 6:30pm On Feb 24
You guys should post pictures na. Haba!!

Let us still see what's like over there.

Congrats bro
TechSpot:


Thank you
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TreasureTayo(m): 6:45pm On Feb 24
Abeg post pictures oo!
TheMan3:
You guys should post pictures na. Haba!!

Let us still see what's like over there.

Congrats bro

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TreasureTayo(m): 6:46pm On Feb 24
Can we see pictures please? just what it looks like over there. Thank you as you oblige!
TechSpot:
I'm in Brazil now...

I met with @afelouz... He's been so kind to me ever since I started this process. God bless you and your wife will deliver safely. Amen

Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 7:18pm On Feb 24
Ok... Take small


I was at Sao Paulo Centro on Saturday to watch d Carnival crowd


Here's some shot from it:

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TreasureTayo(m): 9:41pm On Feb 24
Lovely pictures! Thank you for this! How did the carnival Go? Did you see anything so different at all from the Nigerian Carnivals we have? Have you met any white speak Yoruba? That is if you’re a yoruba woman because there was a time I read it online that brazil made Yoruba an official language. Please ma @adjo10, How true is this? Enjoy your stay in brazil!
TechSpot:
Ok... Take small


I was at Sao Paulo Centro on Saturday to watch d Carnival crowd


Here's some shot from it:
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by inno4u: 9:54pm On Feb 24
i greet every contributors & silent observers,
can one still be hopefull of getting visa after the intended date he/she specified during visa application and it over 2months now when application was submitted.

Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by slimanyd: 11:17pm On Feb 24
inno4u:
i greet every contributors & silent observers,
can one still be hopefull of getting visa after the intended date he/she specified during visa application and it over 2months now when application was submitted.

Thanks

Chai. I think its now best to apply for Brazil visa like 4 months prior to the date of departure o. This one that visa application is taking over 2 months already.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by juliusocean(m): 8:10am On Feb 25
Hello house can i travel to ghana and apply from there? I can't wait anymore am considering all angles now!!!

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