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D7 PASSIVE INCOME PORTUGAL VISA

Official Name: República

Portuguesa

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Capital: Lisbon

Population: 10 million (1 crore)

Residency Program launched in 2012

20,000 Residency Cards issued till now

Temperature: 17 °C Winter to 
27 °C in Summer

5 Billion Euros raised till now under

the Residency Program

Portugal joined as EU member country since 1st 1986

Portugal became Schengen area member since 1995

BENEFITS OF D7 PASSIVE INCOME PORTUGAL VISA

​-NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED

-Fast Application process (within 4 months only)

-Apply on basis of stable recurring income

-Ease of moving to a European country with the family

-Lifestyle Benefits (good weather and safety)

-No language requirement

-Visa-free travel in Europe

​-Option to apply for citizenship after stay of 5 years

-Eligibility to apply for NHR

(Non Habitual Resident - 0% Tax {mostly} on Foreign Income in Portugal)

INTERESTING FACTS: 

​-Portugal is one of the world's top surf spots. It has a coastline that spans 800 kms.

-Portugal is the home to 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites.

-Portugal is the sixth European country to allow same sex marriage.

-Portugal's colonial empire spanned 600 years and stretched which are now 53 countries.

RELOCATE TO PORTUGAL (WITHIN 4 MONTHS) IF YOUR PASSIVE MONTHLY INCOME IS ONLY 760 EUROS 

KEY PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR D7 VISA

-Proof of passive income from rentals, dividends, pensions,etc by submitting contracts,bank statements, tax declarations

-Passive income of 760 Euros per month for the main applicant

-Passive income of 380 euros per month for the spouse

-Passive income of 228 euros per month for each child

D7 MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENTS

-Year 1 & 2: 6 months (consecutive) or 8 months (non-consecutive) each year

-Year 3,4 & 5: 6 months (consecutive) or 8 months (non-consecutive) each year

APPLYING FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCY

-After 5 years of stay

-Renewed every 10 years

APPLYING FOR PORTUGUESE CITIZENSHIP

 

-After 5 years of stay

-After passing basic Portuguese Language Proficiency test (A2 level) 

REQUIREMENTS

-A Valid passport with at least two blank pages and valid for at least six months at the time of application

-The applicant should have personal maintenance funds for the himself/herself and the family in a Portuguese bank account (which can be opened remotely) for at least 1 year. 

-Proof of having regular net passive income

-Comprehensive Health Insurance

-Evidence of accommodation for 1 year

-6 to 12 months of present bank statement

-NIF Number (can be applied remotely)

-Photos of 3.5 x 4.5 cms

-A Police Clearance Certificate for everyone above 16 years of age, where you/they have stayed more than a year. The validity of the Certificate depends on the country of issuance ranging from 1-3 months

-Cover Letter describing the type of income you are receiving and from where and the reasons for choosing Portugal

Q : For how many days can I stay in Schengen?

A : 90 Days out of 180 days every year

Q : Will I need to have a visa to travel to any of the countries in the Schengen?

A : You may travel visa free and no registration is required for crossing borders.

Q : Do you need to reside in the country and know the language?

A : It is required for the applicant to stay a minimum of 180 days a year. Knowledge of language is not required, if staying as a resident

Q : In what cases can my application be rejected?

A : The application can be rejected in the following cases:

-By providing false information.

-Existence of outstanding conviction or criminal proceedings for serious criminal offences in any country of the world.

-If the applicant poses a potential threat to public order, national security or the reputation of Portugal or any other country.

Q : What happens in case of concealment of information or false data has been provided?

A : An applicant shall not pass the due diligence test and the application shall be rejected. An investor can be deprived of the citizenship, if the status was obtained by submitting false information, fraud or concealment of actual information.

F.A.Q.

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