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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by femmy2010(m): 8:31am On Feb 25
Jesu, so it is brazil people go to now ?

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:00am On Feb 25
Advertising like these are making it difficult to obtain Brazil Tourist Visa. They will come on this forum here to enquirers Information to their platform. Brazil doesn’t have openly birth Tourism like the USA, Canada. Brazil has a lot of Drugs and other domestic issue. They don’t want people to start flooding their country to give birth. Birthing should be private not public like this Advertisement. My opinion. Good luck to those women who want to give birth and waiting for their visa.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by dehiero: 9:13am On Feb 25
OneNaija:
Advertising like these are making it difficult to obtain Brazil Tourist Visa. They will come on this forum here to enquirers Information to their platform. Brazil doesn’t have openly birth Tourism like the USA, Canada. Brazil has a lot of Drugs and other domestic issue. They don’t want people to start flooding their country to give birth. Birthing should be private not public like this Advertisement. My opinion. Good luck to those women who want to give birth and waiting for their visa.
You still waiting?
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:14am On Feb 25
I am a man and thread observe also I don’t apply
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by dehiero: 9:18am On Feb 25
OneNaija:
I am a man and thread observe also I don’t apply
Do you think it's possible to apply from ghana as the other guy suggested.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:32am On Feb 25
Definitely not, Unless you provide Ghana resident permits. Nigeria doesn’t know how to respect visa policy and that why all these embassies doesn’t respect us. How could your visa application take more than two months. So sad.

dehiero:

Do you think it's possible to apply from ghana as the other guy suggested.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by ojayone(m): 8:23pm On Feb 25
Hell guys. Please do I need invitation letter or hotel bookings is sufficient. If invitation letter is compulsory please how do I get one
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by TechSpot: 8:52pm On Feb 25
ojayone:
Hell guys. Please do I need invitation letter or hotel bookings is sufficient. If invitation letter is compulsory please how do I get one


Invitation letter isn't compulsory. You can simply use hotel booking.

Goto www.booking.com to book a "free cancellation" stay for the period of days you intend to use.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by awash: 11:14am On Feb 28
Hello house,

Am pleased to see the page i opened been active with information on giving birth in Brazil. My special thanks to @Adjo10, @samuelsoma, @ajokeomo and others for the contributions. I hoped i got the information earlier for my baby but unfortunately wasn't able too.

I have been following the thread for a few days back really appreciate the knowledge, though need more information on Documents needed for PR and also if you are to get Police Report from your Country or in Brazil
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 5:22pm On Feb 28
awash:
Hello house,

Am pleased to see the page i opened been active with information on giving birth in Brazil. My special thanks to @Adjo10, @samuelsoma, @ajokeomo and others for the contributions. I hoped i got the information earlier for my baby but unfortunately wasn't able too.

I have been following the thread for a few days back really appreciate the knowledge, though need more information on Documents needed for PR and also if you are to get Police Report from your Country or in Brazil

Hello awash. It is great to hear from you. The threat you created has been a blessing to many. Thank you very much. I think i have already posted the required documents for PR. Please click on the posts or something. Sorry I’m not too good with computers.

For the police report, you have to provide a police report that is not more than 90 days old at the time of submitting your PR application online (provided you are already in Brazil at the time of the online submission). The police report must be from your country of citizenship and any other country you have stayed in for 6 months or more in the last 5 years (not visited but stayed in for 6 months or more).

You don’t have to submit any police clearance for Brazil no matter how long you have been there. This is because your application will be filled at the Policia Federal, which in turn does an automatic police clearance check on you for Brazil as part of the PR approval process.

All police clearances must be legalised or Apostille and translated into Portuguese by a certified translator in Brazil.

Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Lacrimossa2020: 9:46pm On Feb 29
No doubt Brazil has a good economy but my reservation is the excessive crime rate, like WTF!!! I hear say it's even more unsafe than Nigeria. People wey dey there, abeg make una yarn us about the crime situation as per recent and how to avoid those pesky hoodlums

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Gernny: 8:06pm On Mar 03
please how do I start to apply, I’m 2months pregnant,I have a 3year old daughter,we don’t have a travel history,can we all apply as a family.How much do you think we need to apply for bank statement?please I need guidance I will really appreciate.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by awash: 11:06am On Mar 04
Please i would like to know if Brazil embassy do biometrics, and how is the pregnancy test done can it be in any hospital of your choice.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 7:32pm On Mar 04
Lacrimossa2020:
No doubt Brazil has a good economy but my reservation is the excessive crime rate, like WTF!!! I hear say it's even more unsafe than Nigeria. People wey dey there, abeg make una yarn us about the crime situation as per recent and how to avoid those pesky hoodlums

There is crime everywhere in the world, even the safest ranking country still records crime.

You see, the reason why nobody replied your post is because of the way it was ignorantly presented. The place wey you hear say brazil Get high crimes than Nigeria, why didn’t you ask them how to avoid the so called hoodlums? like WTF

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 10:03pm On Mar 04
No, they don't do biometrics and so far in Lagos. also, no one has done a pregnancy test but the interview is certain to see if you are visibly pregnant.
awash:
Please i would like to know if Brazil embassy do biometrics, and how is the pregnancy test done can it be in any hospital of your choice.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Namae: 10:03pm On Mar 05
Hello all.
It has been way past 21 working days since I submitted and I still have not gotten an invitation for interview or any feedback.
The reply to an enquiry mail sent to the embassy asks me to be patient.

Please is there any one who submitted in early January who is yet to be invited for the interview?

It MUST end in praise just for his name sake.

Cc: Dollars123
Inno4u

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by inno4u: 10:25am On Mar 06
Namae:
Hello all.
It has been way past 21 working days since I submitted and I still have not gotten an invitation for interview or any feedback.
The reply to an enquiry mail sent to the embassy asks me to be patient.

Please is there any one who submitted in early January who is yet to be invited for the interview?

It MUST end in praise just for his name sake.

Cc: Dollars123
Inno4u

The delay on the part of the Brazilian Embassy in issuing visa is so annoying, they will just tie down your passport, I have still not heard from them.

please I need the email id you sent ur inquiry through.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by ENGRPETER101: 12:31pm On Mar 06
Please I need good agent that can help me secure Brazil tourist visa write me up thanks.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Yupng: 6:01pm On Mar 06
A drive through modern Sao Paulo City Center.

Brazil is beautiful!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39eKuBwiOv0

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by slimanyd: 7:50pm On Mar 06
Namae:
Hello all.
It has been way past 21 working days since I submitted and I still have not gotten an invitation for interview or any feedback.
The reply to an enquiry mail sent to the embassy asks me to be patient.

Please is there any one who submitted in early January who is yet to be invited for the interview?

It MUST end in praise just for his name sake.

Cc: Dollars123
Inno4u

I hope pregnany would not have shown b4 the interview. Na gbege be that.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by pertruchi: 6:08pm On Mar 07
Have submitted since Jan 7 and nothing yet. My question is,will they still call for interview after the delay of 2 months?

Please is there any one who submitted in early January who is yet to be invited for the interview?

It MUST end in praise just for his name sake.

Cc: Dollars123
Inno4u
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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 7:30am On Mar 09
Good day Fam. If my memory serves me right, i think we have members here who have given birth already and have already applied for PR by now. It will kindly be nice if you could give us the latest info on the process. Thanks in advance. Cheers

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by inno4u: 9:54pm On Mar 13
Hello everyone,

Have any one who applied in December last year and January this year gotten visa, I applied last year December and my application is still showing processing, Anyone with update should notify the house.

Thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 3:36pm On Mar 14
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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by afelouz(m): 4:07pm On Mar 16
Hello everyone,

About three weeks ago, we welcomed our son and I immediately kick start the PR process.

I had to wait and do all this stuff so I can write a comprehensive post and I hope someone will find it helpful..

We had our baby in Sao Paulo, I don’t know if the process is different in another state.

Immediately after the birth of the baby, we were given a document that I took to the Cartorio to register my baby and get the original birth certificate of the new born.

A few days later, I proceeded with the baby’s RG registration at Paupa Tempo, (RG is the citizenship card of the Brazilian child and you need to make an appointment before going to Paupa Tempo), baby’s picture was captured and we were given a date to come and pick up the RG card.

With those two documents, I can now process the PR for my family and also apply for the baby’s International passport.

Below is a list of documents needed to process the PR.

Online application form confirmation page
Photocopy of all passport pages
Child birth certificate
Child RG
Birth cert translation ( embassy)
Police report translation ( embassy)
Original Police report cert in English
applicant CPF
Payment of 168.13 reais, 204.77 reais each or the PR application
A lot of declaracao (declaration) such as:-
Declaraco de endereco electrónico e demais meios de contato
Certidao estadual de criminais
Certidao de distribuição
Declaracao de residencia
Declaracao de manutenção
Prove or address in Brazil ( bill)
2 passport photo

As for the baby’s international passport, documents needed are:-

The Brazilian child birth certificate.
The Brazilian child RG
Parents international passport,
5x7 passport photograph of the Brazilian child
Online application form
Some declaração (declaration)
Payment of 257.25 reais
(Both parents must be present)


After getting all the documents in order, we went to police federal and submitted the PR application. We now have our protocols while waiting for the actual CRNM card...
We applied for the baby’s passport also and still waiting to pick it up.

Now, the process is not so easy as stated here, in fact, I got frustrated and misplaced my phone in the process. Despite reading the requirements here on this thread and having someone who has gone through the PR process here in Sao Paulo who helped me with the list of documents needed, yet, they didn’t collect our application. We went to Policia federal about 4 times before getting the complete documents. If you meet Mr ‘A’ today and he says you only need one documents and everything is good and you go with the requested documents and meet another person, that person will ask for another thing.

The language is a big barrier so Its better to get a sworn translator or anyone who can speak Portuguese to make things easy… they won’t read whatever you translated with your phone at Policia federal and most of all these places

NOTE - The PR application now takes less than two months In Sao Paulo, in fact, my friends who applied around ending of January got the CRMN card first week in March, that’s about a month.

As for the Nigerian visa for the baby, I'm still waiting for the baby’s passport and making enquiries. As soon as I am done with that, I will revert.

We didn’t get to extend our visas as the timing was right and we applied before our 3 months entry stamp expires.

I'm still gathering information on the provisional citizenship. hopefully, I can apply for my daughter before leaving Brazil If I get her CRNM card on time.

Also, If I remember any additional information regarding the PR process, I will come back and share….

Thank you all and good luck to those waiting to get their visas.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by uchman(m): 5:53pm On Mar 16
afelouz:
Hello everyone,

About three weeks ago, we welcomed our son and I immediately kick start the PR process.

I had to wait and do all this stuff so I can write a comprehensive post and I hope someone will find it helpful..

We had our baby in Sao Paulo, I don’t know if the process is different in another state.

Immediately after the birth of the baby, we were given a document that I took to the Cartorio to register my baby and get the original birth certificate of the new born.

A few days later, I proceeded with the baby’s RG registration at Paupa Tempo, (RG is the citizenship card of the Brazilian child and you need to make an appointment before going to Paupa Tempo), baby’s picture was captured and we were given a date to come and pick up the RG card.

With those two documents, I can now process the PR for my family and also apply for the baby’s International passport.

Below is a list of documents needed to process the PR.

Online application form confirmation page
Photocopy of all passport pages
Child birth certificate
Child RG
Birth cert translation ( embassy)
Police report translation ( embassy)
Original Police report cert in English
applicant CPF
Payment of 168.13 reais, 204.77 reais each or the PR application
A lot of declaracao (declaration) such as:-
Declaraco de endereco electrónico e demais meios de contato
Certidao estadual de criminais
Certidao de distribuição
Declaracao de residencia
Declaracao de manutenção
Prove or address in Brazil ( bill)
2 passport photo

As for the baby’s international passport, documents needed are:-

The Brazilian child birth certificate.
The Brazilian child RG
Parents international passport,
5x7 passport photograph of the Brazilian child
Online application form
Some declaração (declaration)
Payment of 257.25 reais
(Both parents must be present)


After getting all the documents in order, we went to police federal and submitted the PR application. We now have our protocols while waiting for the actual CRNM card...
We applied for the baby’s passport also and still waiting to pick it up.

Now, the process is not so easy as stated here, in fact, I got frustrated and misplaced my phone in the process. Despite reading the requirements here on this thread and having someone who has gone through the PR process here in Sao Paulo who helped me with the list of documents needed, yet, they didn’t collect our application. We went to Policia federal about 4 times before getting the complete documents. If you meet Mr ‘A’ today and he says you only need one documents and everything is good and you go with the requested documents and meet another person, that person will ask for another thing.

The language is a big barrier so Its better to get a sworn translator or anyone who can speak Portuguese to make things easy… they won’t read whatever you translated with your phone at Policia federal and most of all these places

NOTE - The PR application now takes less than two months In Sao Paulo, in fact, my friends who applied around ending of January got the CRMN card first week in March, that’s about a month.

As for the Nigerian visa for the baby, I'm still waiting for the baby’s passport and making enquiries. As soon as I am done with that, I will revert.

We didn’t get to extend our visas as the timing was right and we applied before our 3 months entry stamp expires.

I'm still gathering information on the provisional citizenship. hopefully, I can apply for my daughter before leaving Brazil If I get her CRNM card on time.

Also, If I remember any additional information regarding the PR process, I will come back and share….

Thank you all and good luck to those waiting to get their visas.

Nawa oooh!
To be a man is not a day job
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Namae: 7:34pm On Mar 16
Congrats Afelouz. I celebrate with you.

I also have an update.
So a scan today confirmed I had lost my 12 weeks, 3 days old pregnancy.
So, I guess this is where this present birthing journey ends for me for now.
But it isn't over.

I don't know what use my visa will be of if it is eventually approved, its been since January and no invitation for interview yet.

Ideas are welcome.

Thank you all.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Nonkala: 7:55pm On Mar 16
Congrats but how did u get d visa, where u not tested for pregnancy
afelouz:
Hello everyone,

About three weeks ago, we welcomed our son and I immediately kick start the PR process.

I had to wait and do all this stuff so I can write a comprehensive post and I hope someone will find it helpful..

We had our baby in Sao Paulo, I don’t know if the process is different in another state.

Immediately after the birth of the baby, we were given a document that I took to the Cartorio to register my baby and get the original birth certificate of the new born.

A few days later, I proceeded with the baby’s RG registration at Paupa Tempo, (RG is the citizenship card of the Brazilian child and you need to make an appointment before going to Paupa Tempo), baby’s picture was captured and we were given a date to come and pick up the RG card.

With those two documents, I can now process the PR for my family and also apply for the baby’s International passport.

Below is a list of documents needed to process the PR.

Online application form confirmation page
Photocopy of all passport pages
Child birth certificate
Child RG
Birth cert translation ( embassy)
Police report translation ( embassy)
Original Police report cert in English
applicant CPF
Payment of 168.13 reais, 204.77 reais each or the PR application
A lot of declaracao (declaration) such as:-
Declaraco de endereco electrónico e demais meios de contato
Certidao estadual de criminais
Certidao de distribuição
Declaracao de residencia
Declaracao de manutenção
Prove or address in Brazil ( bill)
2 passport photo

As for the baby’s international passport, documents needed are:-

The Brazilian child birth certificate.
The Brazilian child RG
Parents international passport,
5x7 passport photograph of the Brazilian child
Online application form
Some declaração (declaration)
Payment of 257.25 reais
(Both parents must be present)


After getting all the documents in order, we went to police federal and submitted the PR application. We now have our protocols while waiting for the actual CRNM card...
We applied for the baby’s passport also and still waiting to pick it up.

Now, the process is not so easy as stated here, in fact, I got frustrated and misplaced my phone in the process. Despite reading the requirements here on this thread and having someone who has gone through the PR process here in Sao Paulo who helped me with the list of documents needed, yet, they didn’t collect our application. We went to Policia federal about 4 times before getting the complete documents. If you meet Mr ‘A’ today and he says you only need one documents and everything is good and you go with the requested documents and meet another person, that person will ask for another thing.

The language is a big barrier so Its better to get a sworn translator or anyone who can speak Portuguese to make things easy… they won’t read whatever you translated with your phone at Policia federal and most of all these places

NOTE - The PR application now takes less than two months In Sao Paulo, in fact, my friends who applied around ending of January got the CRMN card first week in March, that’s about a month.

As for the Nigerian visa for the baby, I'm still waiting for the baby’s passport and making enquiries. As soon as I am done with that, I will revert.

We didn’t get to extend our visas as the timing was right and we applied before our 3 months entry stamp expires.

I'm still gathering information on the provisional citizenship. hopefully, I can apply for my daughter before leaving Brazil If I get her CRNM card on time.

Also, If I remember any additional information regarding the PR process, I will come back and share….

Thank you all and good luck to those waiting to get their visas.

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Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Nonkala: 7:57pm On Mar 16
Sorry for the loss, get ur visa and get pregnant immediately
U can visit if pregnancy no show before expiration , goodluck
Namae:
Congrats Afelouz. I celebrate with you.

I also have an update.
So a scan today confirmed I had lost my 12 weeks, 3 days old pregnancy.
So, I guess this is where this present birthing journey ends for me for now.
But it isn't over.

I don't know what use my visa will be of if it is eventually approved, its been since January and no invitation for interview yet.

Ideas are welcome.

Thank you all.
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by slimanyd: 9:04pm On Mar 16
Namae:
Congrats Afelouz. I celebrate with you.

I also have an update.
So a scan today confirmed I had lost my 12 weeks, 3 days old pregnancy.
So, I guess this is where this present birthing journey ends for me for now.
But it isn't over.

I don't know what use my visa will be of if it is eventually approved, its been since January and no invitation for interview yet.

Ideas are welcome.

Thank you all.

Be strong madam. Every disappointment is a blessing in disguise . Your visa is coming forth, God will replenish you and inspire you with a new baby destined for a greater height. Who knows ,maybe the incoming baby desires nigeria than brazil and he saw the future b4 you. So, he might have paved way for a brazilian citizen Coming forth Soonest .
Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by Adjo10: 10:59pm On Mar 16
Namae:
Congrats Afelouz. I celebrate with you.

I also have an update.
So a scan today confirmed I had lost my 12 weeks, 3 days old pregnancy.
So, I guess this is where this present birthing journey ends for me for now.
But it isn't over.

I don't know what use my visa will be of if it is eventually approved, its been since January and no invitation for interview yet.

Ideas are welcome.

Thank you all.

I’m very sorry for your lost. God’s time is the best.
I pray for strength as you go through this difficult times. Love from us

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