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Living in Brasilia

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Brasília, the Brazilian capital city, is a real architectural masterpiece. As the country's economic, administrative and higher education hub, it attracts expatriates in large numbers every year. Private companies and financial institutions provide many professional opportunities.

On moving to Brasília, you will also discover an impressive historical wealth, surrounded by a modern urban landscape.

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The Brazil guide

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To work in Brazil, you must first obtain a work visa which can be challenging. However, if you are qualified, you may find a company to sponsor you.

It isn't generally easy to find legal work in Brazil. However, if you have special skills or can secure permanent residency, there are jobs available

Rio de Janeiro is the most-visited city in Brazil – and with good reason. The Marvelous City, as it is known, is culturally rich and beautiful.

Traveling to Brazil with your cat or dog is possible with proper planning. For other types of animals, you'll need to inquire and receive authorisatio

Moving abroad is a big step, and when moving to Brazil, you'll encounter lots of bureaucracy. Familiarise yourself or seek the help of professionals

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April's expat blog: Adventures With Pete

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April's expat blog: Adventures With Pete

We are happy to announce our April’s Blog of The Month, Adventures With Pete by Eve Brickner, a twenty-something American expat in New Zealand. In 2013, Eve met her fiancé, and ever since they have been together on a journey of adventures. However, the biggest of all is living in New Zealand, and Eve blogs about the ups and ...

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